Newspaper Page Text
teporied haVing come before the Green
wich Police on the 10th:—"Four men ap.
plUd to Mr. Glove for his advice. One
man said that he had applied to the hoard
d. fr work, and they set him I()
• 'l:3f guardians for
:4;.17. -stone bieaking, 'but would not allow him to
`work more than three days a week, as he
'earned too much.
• tlr. Grave.—flow' much do you earn?
-Applicant. 9d. a day, Sir; my hands
wre completely blistered with working so
hatd, but I am obliged to do so to su-•pot t
Nay wife and child. They hail three loaves
itAtveek, but as he could not vet work, the
15.1„ 3d. a week was all they had to live up
on, which, after paying rent, left them only
Cul a day to find food and fuel for three.
He said it was such conduct as this which
drove men to the coin nission of all kinds of
Mr. Grove sa'd it was inpnstrons, but he
could do nothing.. He had no power him
self, but sometimes such cases found their
way into the puhlic prints, and persons
..„:„ were shamed out of such c ruel conduct to
The relieving-officer, who had been sent
for, said that the board considered that ss.
at:_ 3d. a week was sufficient assistance to any
wan like the applicant; indi-ed, they did
not consider they were I.i•und to relieve a
young man like hi 1,.
- Grove.—But why not let him do as
much work as he rani It is no relief, hut
lie must be a very hard• working
mae.io earn so much. I did not think it
;wale. How are they paid?
Officer.—Married men Id. per I undred
weight, and single men a penny, but the
quantity %gas limited to 14 cat.; and if
more wa4 tone it was car:ied away, and
was not reckoned in the next day's work!
Grove said he did not impute any
thing wrong to the officer, but it was strange
those who were willing to work were not
allowed to do so.
The officer said, the man had three days
to look for food. Ile was willing to ad .1 it
that both the applicant and wife were very
i'"''• • , industrious.
1 4 1 t? " • Applicant.—My wife earned seven pence
• last week al needlework, which was the
only work she could get to do. He said
he was likely to be turned out of hs lodg
on Monday, as his only pr ,, perty was
matuass and a rug.
Mt. Grove said it appeared to t.. 1 him that
the applicant was a deserving man, an .t
,pught to he en , !ouragrd; he should therefilre
be assisted out of the poor box; and he
hoped the ()dicer would report the case to
In a similar case, where the ploy was
discharged from work, he gave an order for
admission into the house. In the third case
the applicant had made a file' statement to
the board, and it appeared he did no even
live within the parish. In- the last ease
relief was given; Mr. Grove olierv , ng, th a t
poor persons ought nit to h,..f abauf
from one ofil.!er to the other
longed to th •
ty don't that g vernment help
them to migrate to some o the new coun
tries where land is eheap o'rinty?
the British Novy he ket.;, , r ..inplaved than
in conveyinz her siifTerin,g but imlitstrious
poor to the Let tile plains of 4o,tra i 4 or the
more simile,. yet good, agricultural lade of
The Dangers of a Gaming table.—Perhaps the
most - unhappy even , that can befell a person who
visits a gaming table for the first tima, is, that he
should rct re from it a winner. There seems so
Hate reason why that which has already been
done t•hotild not HILh ulna' facility be repeated,
that it is all but a certainty that the fortunate
player will make the attempt. Two gentlemen
strolled one night into a Paris gaining, house,nei
titer of them b ing players, and intent, therefore,
only on gratifying nn idle curiosity. One of , hem
after looking on for same time, threw out a bait to
Lady Fortune for three nr four Napoleons. She
was kind; and in less than half an hour his pock
ets were crammed with gold, lie wisely resolved
to march elf with the spoil, and with that laudable
intention he curktd the dealer to exchange his
gold for notes. After receiv , ng 4,500 franc,4 in
paper, there still remained three unlucky Napnle...
'Let's see what I can do with these,' cried
the possessor, tle tried, and lost tho That was
'peogroking! Resolved to recover them, he changed
one of his notes—then another; and in less than 10
minutes ho left the room williqut a franc in 11:s
purse. Reflecting* on the difficulty of leaving the
gaming-table a winner, lie never plted again
tOiting a Partner.—An ehh-rly genCeman in Ar•
ken.aa ,infertns the New Orleans I".ciyune, that
SWIM twenty years ago the natives of Mexico were
in the habit of dancing in OR' streets, and that fre
quently in Chase days, he saw lime of people a
mile in length, and all engaged in the dance. On
one occasion, a Frenchman last ms partner in a
contredanee, and never found her until he had
"crossed over," "down the on ant "up en
the outside," for three days and night!.!
Raweages. —A Large dog attacked t'.c , Taz m or
a market mar) in Albany, a re.% days ago, aad
seising upon a coil of sausagis, which were lying
temptingly in one corn r, began tearing them lb
pieces, apparently in great fury. • Why, neigh
bor," said a friend standm7, by, "what on earth's
the matter with that critter, that lie tackles them
issacngers with t lab wrath?" “Wcll, I'm sure I
dois't know," replied the astonished pedlar,"uniess
it is Ixcatise they are made of a dog that, he had
fight with yesterday."
British Nary —The British navy, at the ;.resent
moment,consists of 234 vessels of all s.)rts, mount•
lug in the whole 3,980 guns, which is nbe it 670
gaits less than last new year's day, arid cone.
queistly we have about 7,000 seamen fewer in em
ploy. It appears v.e hare 18 sea-going lii.e-of
batths Nhips, being seven less than last year, 32
frigates, five less than last year; 30 sloops, one
36 smaller vessels, nineteen less than last
year; 64 steamers, four additional; 21 surveying,
10 tro , p ships, and 10 rceti ;rig ships. Our force
.a.t home corr prisLs 604 gun : packets 46; Mediter
mean 2,035: Br..zils 400: East Indies t-6; Nirth
Aaterica and ‘Ve , t Indies 476; Cape and coast of
Afilea 309; surve::;.nl . 03; trop sh . ps
A woman named Eve Rhinelee, has
beettarresfed near Yolk, Pa., charged
with murdering her infant child.
Always select a noisy, frothy, political
hark, if you went to find a seounarel. 'l'he
world einnot furnish a greater. •
Wit . "-V,F; 4 5"-7
gnfijpciu,inr.decfean of a National Convention
DAILY MORNING POST.
T 6. PHILLIPS WM. li. SMITH, DITOR3 A.P.I) PROPRIICTORS
The Bill mentioned in the letter of out
liarrisburgh cot respondent, published on
Saturday, did not reach us in time for pub•
lication in our paper of that day. The
following is a spiopsis of the Bill as it pas
sed the Uou3e.
1. The city of Philadelphia shall
c , itnposo one district and elect two [petit
2. The county of Philadelphia shall
compose a district and elect three mem
3. The county of Montgomery shall
a district and elect one member.
4. The counties of Chester and Dela
ware shall compose a district and elect
Et; The county of Betks shall compose
a district and t lect oro. member.
6. The cottotr of 13:1,:ks shall compoAe
a district and elect on , member.
7. The conoties of Lancaster anti Lel)
anon shal compose a district and elect
S. Th' counties of Schuylkill am? Le
high'shall comp Ise a distt let and elect one
9. The counties .of Northampton,
Carl•on and Monroe shall compose a dis
trict and elect one member.
10. The counties of Pike, Wayne,
Susguthanna and Wyoming, shall com
pose a district and elect one member.
11. The counties of firidf rd and Ti •
oga shall compose a district and elect one
12. The counties of Lycominr, Clin
ton and Union shall compose a district and
elect one member. •
13 The counties of Northumberland
and Dauphin shall compose a district and
elect one member.
14. The counties of Luz'rne and Col..
umbia shall compose a district and elect
15. The county et York shall compose
a district and elet t one member.
16. The counties of Juniata. Pen y a..tl
Comlierktid shall cqmpuse a district um!
elect one member.
17. The counties of Franklin and
Adams shall compose a district and elect
IS. The counties of Bedford and
Cambria shall compose a district and ele
19. The counties of Mifflin, Hunt
don anti Centre shall corn►
and elect on
21. The counties of Westmoreland
aad Somerset shall compose a district and
elect one member.
22. The counties of Fayette and
Greene shall compoe a district and elect
23. The county of Washington Shall
cntnoose a district and elect ono member..
24. The counties of All?gheny and
Beaver sh3l4compostr a district An . d elect
25. The counties of Butler and Mer
cer shaA compose a district and elect one
26. The counties of Venango and
Crawford shall compose a district and e
lect one member.
27. The counties of Etie, Warren.
M'Kean, Potter, Jefrnson and Clarion
shall compose a district and elect two
The county of Adams shall be entitled
to one representative.
The county of Allegheny shall be enti
tled to four representatives.
The county of Armstrong shall be anti.
tied to one representative.
The county of Bradford shall be entitled
to two representatioied.
The county of Beaver shall be entitled
to tw 2.representatives.
Crawford, • 2
Centre, Cleat field and Clinton, 2
Cambria and Indiana, 2
Juiliala.N. , r•itu , lo,erland and Uniun,3
Lehigh and Cal bon,
r‘i e r r,
Jefferson, Warren, M'Kean and
Susquehanna and Wyoming,
Clarion and Venango,
Monroe, Wayne and Pike,
MONDAY, MARCH 27 1843
see First Page.
compose a -iietrict
4 - ' 1" 11118 0* . 1111111till"5111412111._ _ -
' l ` .. - LF - t" ...
(`strut co:lmi+ ss i aitel s. '7 ,.-- ' 1 ''''::. ;t r. ,' - 411110 - 4'e dirtertiotf. J EFFERSON'S BIRTH DAY.
The folloWing lithe manner of ilectie g! ; ittiitt : P aper a Saturday we noticed as At a mee;itig of the Coinmittee held on
C inalwas adopted.
eotrimissicmers for the 'Present year, l a "singular c o incidence," that Mr. Cr aig Saturday evening!, the followi :,g nsoltition
provided by the bill that was recently adopt- ' itheuld he "confined to his room by India'
Resolvel, Tridr. the i-itiz ns i.;l Al eiehea
ell by the Legislature. We have no doubt, position" at the very time that his col• ny county friendly to the political princis
but the bill *ill be vetoed by the Governor, 1 leagues and a large portion of his party, pies of Thomas J fferson, be requested to
but it will become a law by a vote of two' were doi n g a l t h ey cou ld to pass the Con- partake of a supp' r'o
be given at the U,
idled Siates Hotel in commemeiation of
thirds, if the vue on the amendments of the 1 gressienal Apportionment Bill. This in'
the centenial anniversary Birth day of that
Senate, is any indication of its strength in 1 noeent notice of a "coincidence," the Ga-
illutrious Patriot and Statesman.
the house. !zette has, in that style of blackguardism so The following committees were then ap
SeertnN 2. That within ten days after! peculiar to itself, perverted into an attack pointed:
thepassage of this act, the members of the lon Mr. Craig, and in attempting to destroy Committeeof Arrangement:
Senate and House of. Representatives shall the John Birmiegham, D Wearts, R. H.
'coincidence' so clearly made out by us,
assemble in convention, as provided in the,Hartley, S H Woodward,Rody Patterson,
belabors the Post in a manner that wool 1
one hundred and Elfiyninth section of the!Chas Barnett, C 'McKibben, James Callan,
wound our feelings amaztng lyA Burke, \V M Edgar,.las D Thornburgh,
act of essembly, passed July second, o reef did it come
other quarter. .1! D W White, Jas A Gibson, 3 K Meer -
thousand eight hundred and thirty nine, I from any
entitled "An act relating to the elections of We will giant the Derwin Rome immu- head, Jacob Hunker, Wilson M'Candless,
,Commonwealtli,". for the purpose' of uity for his ribaldry this time, as we know Jas Findley, John Rea, David Lynch, Trio
electing one Canal Co ninissioner, Murray, R A Bailsman, John, A nderegg,
as /111.. 1he must feel particularly mean *lief) he re- c e
lows, to wi!: when the convention shall be ten Gunnell, D Fickisop, John Sarher, A
pro _ , fleets on what a Judy Fitzmuggins he has
organized, the members present shall S Fowler, Alex Brackenridge', Jacob To
ceed to elect one person to be Canal Com• I made of himself by denouncing a bill that mer, John Aiken, M Kane, jt., R Porter,
missioner, who shall have a majority of all ! was passed by the vt-tes of a great number Thos O'Neil, M Patrick, John Smith, Ths
AlcKown, Barnes Ford; Chas Paulson,
the votes of the members present at said i o f i •
s own party. He decnouncee the bill
eleetion,who shall he President of the board G W Bradley, M Beltzhc over, Robt Hare,
that was supported by Messrs. Hultz and
of Canal Co
and serve in that i E Trovillo, John Bellzhoover, E Fender
rapacity until his place shall have been sup. i Sheridan, and would, perhaps, have been ick, J E McCabe, Dr J Pollock, M'C A
plied under the proviainns of the first sec- !voted fur by Mr. Craig if it had not been Armor, Dr J Powers, Jas Scott, A M'-
lion of this act. After the president shan't for the "singular coincidence" iif that gen_ Kinly, J El Watson, Robt Donaldson, B
have been chosen and elected as aforesaid, McKenna, Win G Hawkins, David Beeler,
tleman getting sick at the time the bill was
James Crawford, Win Hamilton. H S Ma
the members of the Senate shall proceed to!
Commissioners, who shall be elected by a ever passed in this or any (Abet country. " discussienas"the n.ost iniquitous bill
elect one metnter of the board of Canalgntw. John Anderson, G W Jackson, Thos
Scott, Jas Gray (4th st.) Wm E Austin,
majority of the votes of the Senators press i And because we notice the fortunate deliv- John Irwin, Gen Alexander, G It Riddle,
rot at said election, and the members of! erance of Mr. Craig from the necessity of R A Campbell, D R Miller, Ja4 Dickey,
the House of Representatives shall proceed ; takinn„ Robt Galway, S McKelvy. N Nlcllwaine,
part in the '•iniquitous" conduct of -
to elect one member of the board of Canal ; - 'J It Hendei son. Wm B Threripsnn; Jelin
a , his colleogues, we are abused in a style of
Comm!iseioners, who shall be elected by Hoffer, II itch Toner, A. Morris, Thos Fars
majority of the votes of the members or, billingsgate only known to the editor of ley, Wrr_ Celeman, Rote Gass, Robt Dui
the House of Representatives present at the Gazette, and his fishy exem alare.— ' fey, Edw Duff, tl Cas-iday, G \V Barney,
said election, And the Canal Co.nmission• !The Deacon has acted with great folly in ; Jas Barr, Jas McGarigal, Thus Donnelly,
era thus elected by the Senate and Reuse
this J C McCully, John Brown, (W Deer,) Jos
matter, and we are certain that Mr.
of Representatives, shall continue in offieelCupples, Marten Lytle, M Titt:V, Hugh
until their places shall have been supplied Craig will be better pleased with the k led , Sweeny.
u icier the provisions of the first section of maneer in which we accounted for his ab- Committee en Toasts.
this act. i Bence from the House , than the Gazette's nos Hamilton, It II Kerr, J B Guth
tie. B nog", A Brackenridge.
[No mee.ber 6! the present 1,, gtslature blundot ins denunciatien of those who vu.
! Committee of Invitation.
can be elected a Commissioner this year.] ' red for the bill, including,
of course, Mess. J B Guthrie, .J K. Moorhead, Itody Pat.
Hultz and Sheridan. ! ierson,Jai Findlay, It H Hartley, Thomas
Phillips, 1) Werts, Jas G ay, (411;st ) Jas
Callan, 'II is O'Neil, R H Kerr, David
!,yncli, Jas I) Thomburah, ./
Committee on Printing. ,„
11, 11 Kerr, R H HArtley, It MorroA
['arrest is preparing a new piree for Ili,: In Wiston, Mass., a person purchased
s t a ge, tr a q s l:oo.l from the Frenrh. the I.ind upon which two distilleries -t. , )
Dan Marble, Mons. G t ,illot, and Mrs. has torn doss n the buildings arid bull'
Richards , n are in Mol. t h e eoa a block of 'arty Another
Neafie, J. M. Field, an d M r s. Stuart, are large distillery, in the same ritv, has been
at the St. Charles Theatre, N. 0. turned into an exes-Ilent livery stable.—
Connor, Logan, Mrs. Sefton and Miss; These are the light sort of changes
['yule. are at the Noierican Theatre N. O.
John Rice, forairrly of the Pittsburgh
Theatr.! and his wife (late Miss Wairrn,)
are at Albany. Mrs. Rico is said to be one
of the 6.'st actresses in the country
ported to have sta..
ming a recent iec urc in Boston. that
111 rourse or a few yearo it would be ay
common a thine to see persons (me hundred
years of aze, a.= it is now to see tito 0 of
seventy fivo ye Ir-; al.! this rob-dole rosult ,
in Ivor of lout; hfo, he attributed f.. 1 the i i n.
p' ranee moverne , os of the present day.
.1 Curious Fraud. —The Vickalaucgli
Sentinel says that Mr. F. IL Pods of 130
Nassau F treet, New York. when in j lit in
Washington a faw years ago, threatened to
commit suicide, and sold his -body to Dr.
Causin for 10 dollars, and the Doctor paid
the money i.t advance, but Pettis forgot to
perform Id,. part of the contract!!
'rite trial of young rsdereer hue been pat-
The King of France can't keep the Loa
' don Despatch out of his dol inions. When
!a fly dies ten thousand attend its funeral.
The circulation of that ppm has increased
'The stories about the Mllleri.es' ''ascen•
sion robes" turns out to be a hoax,
The great Tyler meeting in N. Y. has
been called a demon-stratio3 in favor of
cane person, but whom it would be difficult
The Committee on Banks and Banking,
in the Senate of ?Jusiachusetts, hav re
ported reso'utions concurring with those
adopted by the Legislature of New
Hampshire, in favor of abolising the cir—
culation of all bills under five dollars.
A' Spiritual Illission.—A ship sailed
from Boston, Mass., a few days since, ft o.
a heathen land, vi ith twelve Missionariei
of the Cioss on board, and five thousand
gallons of rum.
Eighty three Ftodents graduated at the
University Medical School, in New York,
Eleven persons were taken to the In•
sane Hospital at Worcester, Mass., last
week, their derangement having been
caused by the Miller doctrine.
Dotrog a good Business.—The new
Criminal Co.irt of Philadelphia, in ten
days, disposed of 76 eases.
Ba-rings have sent a letter to the Wes
tern Rai i road folks, requesting them to pay
up—they hope the little balance will be
promptly remi.ted —this balance in only
-Fast Day in Massachusetts.--The. 6th
k.. .r ~~C n~y,Thyr
Prof. Man, ia lecturing in Philadel-
'774 7 7 ,11;:
In Nlarkham, [lime District, (U. C.) a
Dutchman lost eight children by scarlet
fever, within ten weeks, and he is hims.ll
now iles9aired of. The neighbors wi , re
arsarrrlt-rt - men 'MtITTII Dot go near tne
The prospect* of the shipping tr ad in
N e w lork is very eirronraging.
Tylei's table ii loaiie 1 with
apptieito , ins fir I , ffl .c. What a happy
man he must be.
The 14 c nwad-Itlpt lAtur.—Thtt titte.tnn ha`.
be , a. stArt‘tl , eat ri:d tlic act :0 rt peal the 11,nN
rtriat L-iw rake tr.et. It ir agre, d hat .l.e IPPre•
yal ~r Presldesit. g V.'ll a.l the 31 eh,
3 ter 11 o'e:ncit, M. A GCCi.$lO,l I , : the Si.•
rrerne. Cmirt, carne y , ars s'ar:n, .e:tl s tit. mat
ter, and that settlement ii, that u 1411, of Cmgress
•:191 rtlt nple , elv tint!! it has received the
Prerident's siznltitre I t is ivinece,sary ttc ,
the derision gnilie:ent to ttn ..tv that tt is so•
Aro our Vohutt•er comp iniri preparing pr
kff crsga 's Birth 1),11/7—We that or a't
envious, the s.tbn iII Birth Day of this groat
pitri worthy of a demonstration of respect
from the Military of the country, Let them get
ready fur 'he 11th of April.
[Fromm in France.—The enlightend
Paris correspondent of the National Intel
ligencer, in speaking of a work which has
recently appeared in Europe, and which
treats of the condition and employments of
women and children in vari )us countries,
In Fiance the employment of women
in mines is forbidden by law, and children
under ten years of age cannot be listed for
them legally; but this interdict is common•
ly infringed or evaded. I have seen wo
men toiling in slate quarries, and they are
everywhere engaged in tillage and the
wort of drudgery of the fields and farm •
yards, her mil the severest and grossest
fatigues of the femate negro slaves in our
Union. It is enough to witcess the cleans•
ing any morning of the streets of this cap
ital to know the vast extremity of degrade.-
tion and hide° isn , as to which the sex can
"Die, Prophet, in thy Speech."—the U
lowing very pertinent letter was addressed
to the Hon. John M. Botts through a Port
land paper. Butts should consider tl e
To the Hon. Mr. Botts, .31. C.:
Silt—Will you permit. a stranger to address
you on n point or great moment to your reputa
tion? You will remember that, some months
s ince, you solelmoly pledged your s elf to "head
Capt. Tyler or die." NOW, air, you must ac.
knowledge thnt you have not succeeded in head
ing the afOosaid Captain: yet, despite your prom
ise, you still live! The word of a member of
Congress sh,:old he sacred. Why then don't you
Die you pront'Sei to (Ft, if the other slim
natty° fdded? We paos•:• to reply.
With: due rvspert.
A duel tonk•plkce on the morning of
the 10th inst., at New Orleans between
Judge Waggaman, a member of the Sen.
ate Gf Louisiana, and former of the U. S.
Senate, and Mr. Dennis Prieur,lAtelv May
or of New Orleans—in which the Farmer
was severely- wounded,.the h not deem
ed to be in a dangerous i•itu , tion.. The
cause of qu.irtel has beeu'Of long Stelyl—.
From Mexico.—The Baltimore Pat,jor
has received Wer hV a gentle—
man from Ilavani. On the 48 h Ftbrua
rv, a heavy Nit titer was experienced at
Vela Ctuz, in nil ch four vessels. viz:
the Cayentaen3, the Margaretta, a New Or
leans s.:ll• , oner called Minerva—afterwards
sold (or s4oo—and atiothers
Ingham, repured to have been lost at Cha•
calasca, with the circus rmmpany tin hoard,
arrived cafe(' at TR mptro. The brig of
War, named Liber! v, built by Messrs.
P,r.m n & IZell, and .ifter,vrir!s c ail e d S an ta
Anna. IA as in the bay 01 V e ra Cr il z nn tttr.
1.:!h of Fvbrualv, Or:Iv:611g her sitirlor
g tint the casil, of .S.ut Juan de Ullua. A
h tie hail oeell knocked thr,mgh her snd•.—
S , te vv,s cut rely divnasted and filled with
ern:u v ea-kg. Camrea dtims were
'e.ii oat, nor h rI Nlexi•
eai irain=bd any advdniage, sence th.e.r arri
val i n c 3 : n p eae !n v „ The e.ontaiantliii MeX•
it 7171 t , tTi •or NV ;IA General Morales. M.nion
having rer,sitei. (;, ii . m a " had nrittet:
to Sdnia Anna, deeldring his intention of
givin2 the g iverr.inent to Gun. Valencia, if
he, Santa Anna, did not crime to Nlexi,to to
take the g-.vernind.t, by the first e , f March.
Gen. Boau,oll was shot and killed in the at
tad: on Cainiu.aehy, upon Gen. Morales
taking the command from Gen. Minon.
From Atexico.—On the 15th of Febru
ary a heavy Norther was t xp-rienced at
Vera Cruz, in which four vessels, viz:—
the Cayentaena, the Margaretta, a New
Orleans schr. called Minerva—afterwards
eold fir S4OO, and an another schooner,
were driven ashore. The schooner Sim
nel Ingham, rep ired to hive betrn lost at
Chacadasea, together with the Circus com.
patty on board of her, arrived safely at
Tampico. The brig of war, named Lrber•
ty when she left New York, where she
was built by Messrs. Brown & Bell, and
afterwards called Santa Anna, wott ir, the
bay of Vera Cruz on the 18th Febru
ary dragging her anchors, against the
Castle of San Jo in de Ulloa- A hole h•d
been knot ked through her side. She was
entirely dismasted and filled with ernp'y
casks. The English steamer Teviot ar
rived in the harbor of Vera Crwz, on the
3.1 inst. with $600,000 in specie from
Tampico, $lOO,OOO from Vera Cruz, and
100 screens cochineal. 'l;he Montezu.
mean steamer Guadal , upe left Vera Cruz
on the' 22J February, for Campeachy,with
600 troop. The Campeachians were
confident ut holding ont, nor had the-Mex•
leans gained any advantage since their at ,
rival in Campeuchy. The comm a ndi ng
I Mexican offi c er was General Moral s,
' non having revolved. Gen. Bravo had
written to Santa Anna, declaring his in
Itension of giving the government to Gen.
Valencia, if he, Santa Anna. did not come
to Mexico, to take the govt r..ment, by the
first of March.
Gem Boagon was &hot and killed in
the attack on Campeach3, Upon Gen. Mo
rales taking the command from Gen. Mi
The India•rmit Las arrived in London,
! bringing dates to the 2d of Janruary.
The vietories in Affolianisiaii and Chi- 1
na had prmluceti, the
.effect ofrptieting even
the must distur',led pat to of the Bundle
kund district. It was asserted that sime
documents had been discovered, which
tended to implivate the deposed sover
eign of Elinclostan, i)r, as Le is utl'cd, the
descendant of the Great Mogul, in those
,disturbances. The vi , 4ilance of the Gov
ernor has, however, neatralized all at-
tempts on his : pat t and on that of his nt , et
tors, to create coufii:ion in inaia.
Th6Te was much talk in Bombay rit4ii..
five to an intrigue gut up by ref lain La
tices fur the purpose of introducing the
Chief of Guzerat, called the G , ricowat, 10 i
advance a hige burn of money, taVlda AO,
the amount of ,-050,000, which, as Abuse
parties pretended, was to he expended a—
mopg certain high, influential peraonsgesi
in order to gain some advantage for that_
Indian Prince. The Bombay. govt.!**
meat, having been apprized of the up!. j
trigue, ordered an examination .of the '
papers of an o'd merchant, named Deck. ,
'I dee Dadajee, and of others. The. old
Imerchant does not appear to be personfd7
ly engaged in the intrigue, but the dupli,,
city of others has been laid bare by the
decided measures adopted. The netts . ..
I sity is evident of being continually no the
I alert to parry those intrigues which are
I I .
i usa y concocted with all the cleverness
lof Eastern cunning, and so as to involsis.
I the unwary, however innocent, in the ~
i most unpleasant const cp22v.c.2
I 4...... ,_-- . .. , :..r -
News from ( - blue.
The news from China comes down to
the 19th of November, from Macao, to the
15th from Hong Kong, and t , the end of ..'
r o,:tolier from Chusan.
The last division of the fleet, having
left, Yang Tze-Kiang river, had ontitei
17th October reached Chusan, where a
portion of the troops were to be stationed
for a time. Other portions were station
ed at Amoy and Hong Kong. This lat.
ter colony is governed by Lord Saltouo.
It was thriving, and a proposal had been
made for erecting a theatre there: Copt.
Balfour, of the Madras Artillery. who bad
g,anied a considerable knowledge of the
Chinese language and character, WAS Int.
rued British Consul General, to reside at
Slranghe. There were various decrees
`published by the Emperor, in which the
national dislike oft e Tartars to all for-
eigners was in some measur vs concealed.
and a wish to maintain the 'everlasting
peace' r xl,ildte I.
English met( harts and • their 'farnilies'
are to tie admitted, , according to th_Qaoi
e r eq. s. to reside at Canton at Fowchow:-
fon, a t Amoy, Niugpoo, and Shanghae,
and their grips are to have places fOr ren
fairs. Hong Kong 'a coded in perpetuity %
as a colony to Great Britain, and the
'Hong.' or monopoly merchants, are to be
ai , oli bed. ..
Sir Henry Porringer was expected 'tii .
arrive ar Hong Kong towards the end Of,
November, or beginning of Decembratin
order to carry on the negotiations respeso
mg the commercial 1401; The Commfyrtz
der in-Chief, Sir Huilh Gcugh, inter - Mit ,
it was gated, to sail f6r , Calcutta in the
begicning of December.
Several of the r! , gicernis appear to hates -„
-sertri , e, a severely from sickness. • .I‘fle . so '
Chinese were repairing all their tortificats ,
Lions. - :
The f,,nt a bird. by agitating. the
nvertoppi , :g ma”. has caused the fis I ~,r
an avalalche, awl a rat., by eating :i hole
through a dyke, once produced an inun- , .
€l-itiun at Doi - thet, in Rolland. arl,icit'de:- .
3: riled ~ne hundred flu:Ilan:1d people:l
Greal reiults way oftt: ue tra;:ed to a
.1E1tI1)IAN 1,1 G I IT.
.I?..VD EVERT 3! 4 HIS 0 11"..V TURRit.'
WALK' EX.'S •Ta e t A,p !rniun for eeneratine'
. 1 .5.1 stud aiiio in.! Ca , equal intlnu ("luny ticanuffet,
toted or used in ties C. U liry, way now e examined*/
Je T,enan Wi;warn corner r.f Pennsy Ivania
and Low, ty whi• h t upi,arnit:, wan erected oriel'
lilt' sup• ril,temlenre of Mr. C. . Kim an alto the fru
:irl- by Mr. liar rinou Taylor. of the sth ward.
Tire :41( 1 a.. 1 oni in Amide nod consequently
attended with little difficulty in the duties of inantiCattar
in a Lig. hi of superior qewlity, and that afrordr4 at, ilk_
very snsial expense In the proprietor.
The .Ipr anaux. and Prtent Aiihrs for using thesurtur r ,
ori I not exeend thirty 41.;11:ir.. and the cost per night stint
nto tt than one ern? for each li.zht.
The nr. , priet,,r feels th fulleA assurance of the seri
cusr of thi4 Oa., sure c ,ling that which is t ow flitnillb=
eA ty an inrorporaled re.
et , T.C.11,3 L'envratty ~:n rn,nt clfully I nv . lnd to t11t541.
ler' )n IlVi...,:rsin) (11r. Hoffer, proprinicn) and wililef' ,
ocular donionstration of the facts, too 1:11111CT01111 to mer
ti , r 1 in Itti= place, when and Ns It-re every fwistlttliott ilk
Light nod reason vt ill he promptly offered. A,
mer 27—if WIGWAM.'
I. S. MAIL.
1.. TF—K O'CLOC'K -if OND.III' PAC Kzt ..„.
ie :1, ~,,,,,
, r 1..9( running and well I ( 7l oWii Ite
SWIFTSURE, Robinson, !Nlast( r, will depart for th,i n .
hove and '10.4.111..11a le runts, on Monday rooplng,. 14,
37th inst. at 10 o'clock. For freir,ld or pa , sl2e apply . ,
in hoard or to I.IIIIMINCLIAII . 4. CO.. ..
51,4rch 27, '43 So. 611, Wafer
IL perttons hide led to ;he crate of Oiiver P. Blair.
late of the city of P it ishorzh, deceased, are hereby
notified to tuakc payment toille utiderAignetl atimlttutra,,
I or, and all liaviwzelaima azainA said eslate are requei••
toil to prcezent their ace coots pronerly authenticated for
settlement. .101 IN W. BLAIR,
mar Za—fit. Atintivikl rattle.
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERsmp.:
? P. pa-inership heretofore es Ist int! between Oliver
AL P. nod John 11'. Blair, has been ilisimlved ti v the
Oath of The senior part rer. The necergliy of elovirl
the laislnesv oft he tale firm, oaken it necesgary to re—
'oral all inrlnlttrd ny I.lllf or hook acrotlnt. to rpt.llo the
F.I Hip as soon na nosstitle. or tile claittntnainst them will"
pl:teed in the hands of propel officer" for rollevtiO#l.
JotIN W. IMAM
Th,`l,ll:ineiS or roe ale firn, will be ennliouvd by IDO
under,-ign, d„ at IL, o'd Wand No. 120 Rood Sirte:L -
Iht Will have consiunily on hand a lanze astioritiretirdt .
of uis own inmto acinre. lo2rtiler with every
variety of Shoe FindingA,Comll 4 ,Varoly Goode, d•c., ;t
of which will Is' sold prier,.
mar !7-31. JOHN W. BLAIR,
PLAN I' ATION MOLASSES. rereryo3
4., per Sic: mere Littic Ten and Fution, and for
J. G. 4- A. GOIIDON.
12 "lair street.
Elocution, Music sind
TIIE OR ETOI7 RAN% FO R.MERLY tAe 7 Eltrkird
Monday. Tuesdar,'llintsday and Friday e4t.nlngs.--,
Proc. Broe , en and T. 11. Na -n. Lave liken t,.c Theatre
and Cut, vi.r!ed ii ii;to on on ATOP. EAN. where they
vc.vular , onr'S • Of clurcr I.DCTrn es on ilhOcli;
u terl-oei , r ,1 n.th rte nr lorr Recitations date
a , many a. , :d - nprane pine s cr var,o,
NTla'r tarn IX' I A'RE , ahd - ; !ni.LN'AVALX.
Ar:iticinl wen. reinn.elicin:; on the o'clocit,P
11 , WWI a 11\ r 7 .(Allt CI-OILY ADM:L:2,i on A hair , L.. 4111. 4 ..
and r e 4 1.1nd to I.e totem I , y the 1 Kristian Churl'
eve: te.l ruloulenlninfit drsirm d for as
ICCilla I z!r• S,as.rpti 'l',cketq ; , ..51; or a Tay
Ind Cent leman $1 O; and fur a ( amity uh 542,1144kat
01 I at the o,rnal waree—rnr partj, Wars seethe".
etretCar-; or.r I.• Ow, (r chi' (I t:ce,
N. thereat sl'. 'AI ~27te it.st.,
:110 NE Y F 0 U.N D.
. ' ;:r. t l .. r •
Istradt,gnatn, a t•inall sell r f ihnr.fy, jh fftate,
Cohruly e rip, Tilt evi.urr eat, olive it !.reatt.rtritt t
91 e and td , 'ntilvtng then tea, and paying expetat%.
mar 37 —3l.