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..,rsigrii rt. Hows (lately married and gone abroad)
" lii been stopped on the borders of Prussia by a s abi
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-ye order. At present he is at Baden-Baden, pn Mr.
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;.. Prerett is engaged in a negotiation, through the Prus• 1
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ter at London, for the revocation of the cab-
-iAilrat order, Ana permission for a simple citirrn of t
States to show h
~ ;;Vaited is bride the Rhine! The oc
t...tlialea of this "stoppage" is attributed to Dr. Howe'i
.':': 'iltirOrtal to asist some distressed poles who' fled into
.--,:'' tYyrgia after the fall of Warsaw, while he was in Eu
.he Akor some rim ago. He was despatched from Par
.sC-.itb fctodijor their relief, but upon his arrival at
:--,:•- 71kerliii, was arrested and kept in prison for several
weeks, after which he was taken out and carried to
iiidetetoo the lxreciers of Prussia, and there liperated,
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:mss, orders never to ` enter again the Prussian Domin,
lens. Mr. Greene, our consul at Rome, who is now
lit Ife4 Yerl:,.states that l)r. Howe is also on the
Si . . 1111iitk list of the King of Nanles--of course as a gen
i. era *champion of iberty.—.Best.on Post.
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SINGULAR ELECTRICAL PHENOMENON.
' AU Engld4h traveller through the Alps of Savoy,
whose Work is recently published, thus describes cer
tain remarkable sounds caused by electricity. The at
mosphere was very turbid, the ground wus covered
with half-melted snow, and some bail begun to fall.—
We were perhaps 1,500 feet below the Col, still about
9,000 above the sea, when I noticed a curious sound,
which see red to proceed from the Alpine pole with
which I was walking. I asked the guide next me
whether bebheard. it, and what he thought it wasi, The
members of that society are flery hard pushed, indeed.
when they have not answer for any emergency. He
therefore replied, with great coolness, that the rustling
1 of the stick no doubt proceeded from a worm eating
'the wood in the interior! This answer did not appear
Ito me to be satisfactory, and I therefore applied the
experiment= crusis, of reversing the stick, so that the
point was uow uppermost. The worm was at the oth
•er end; I next held my bend 4lve w a s
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fingers yielded a fizzing sound't There coal , be but
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ene explanation; we were so near a tbunaercioud esti+
be highly electrified by induction. I soca perceived
that all the angular stones were hissing round us, like
points near a powerful electric machine. I told my
companions of our situation, and begged Mummer to
lower his umbrella, which he had now resumed, and
hoisted against the bail shower, and whose gay brass
point was likely to become the paratonnerre of the par
ty. The words were scarcely out of my mouth when
a clap of thender, a ccompanied by lightning justified
my precaution.
FLEW OFF THE HANDLE,
Anna Handel. and Frederick Handel, haveleen di
vorced in Philadelphia. We suppose Anna wanted
a new blade. Eliza Still and George Still have like
wise been divorced in the same city. They couldn't
be still together, ana so they took the wiser course and
parted. A couple of Richards have done the same
thing, and are now themselves againßeetoa Bee.
FOR PRESIDENT,
AS
BUCHANAN;I
Subject to the decision of
TH2 DiXOCRATLC ICiTIONAL corivENTlox
Zhe Math) Otorning post.
64.141APS B. SMITH, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS
= Sri " Sl'3areid()rmed that
Messrs.W..Rost saes jr. TOMLIN sort, of thiscity,have
got a contract to build another iron steam vessel. It is
intended for the ocean, and is to be considerabi larger
than the ono built by Mr. Tomlinson for LaillPrie. —
*ibis to be sent down to New Orleans and once to
the sea, which is to bathe theatre of her war:aides, and,
wentayprodiet, of her a chieveatientsa L opy.
It is matter for much gratification -aa, our industri
' eus and enterprising mechanics are tv have another op
portunity of showing their skill in the construction of
this great vessel. Without boasting, it may be said
that they are as capable of executing such work as the
mechanics of any city in the United States, and it is but
fair that our section of country should share the advan
tages of the vast expenditures for these vessels for our
navy, whiCh, hitherto, were necessarily confined to the
towns and cities on the sea-board.
It was thought an encouraging circumstance for our
city when the first contract for building a steam-ship
was obtained here. But the fact that, after having an
opportunity to see and pass upon the workmanship of
the vessels already built in this city, till government
has deemed it advisable to make further contract; hero
is mach more important. It proves that the business
of building iron vessels in Pittsburgh is not an exper
imental one. If we could not build them as well and
as cheap as they could be built in the country, of course,
no second contract would have been given. We hope
Messrs. R. &T. have profited by the experience they
havehad, and makethe new vessel a better job, if pos
sible, than any done heretofore.
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nrLIBEL SUITS are as numerous as rows and d
etain Philadelphia. The publishers of the Chronicle
have been prosecuted for an "atrocious calumny" on
Luau H. lic.rcninsos, the democratic candidate
for Sherif, and J. M. SANTIEssoN, of the Frank
lin Hotel, has been held to bail for publishing a libel on
a Mr. A. C. m..K.,..N, who alleges to have been robbed
at the house of Mr. S. In the case of Mr. Hutchinson
the offence appears to have been of the most gross na
ture, and his friends have offered a reward of one hur,
deed dollars forth() discovery of the writer of the anti
ELECTIOS RITURI4S.—As the returns from the neigh
boring counties are very i-nperfect, we do not think it
worth while to fill our columns with detailed reports.
We will briefly recapitulate such as we think may be
relied upon:
It is probable that LEET is elected in Beaver and
Washington.
CLav error n's majority of 1100 in Greene, will, we
think, be sufficient to ensure his election in that district.
In the Erie district, it is supposed that the vote will
be a close one between ilt% t and R ZED. but no doubt
is entertained of the election of the former, who is the
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demociatic candidate.
In the Crawford District, Gen. HATS walked over
the course, having no c ompetitor.
In the Indiana dicrict, we h ivo no doubt of th?. e .
lection of BeFFINoroN; he has about on nth
rasand-rna
jority in Indiana county; a small majority in Butler, and
there is no hope that Dr. Loaat:v will tot a sufficient
majority in the democratic portions of the district to
overcome these.
In the Cumberland district, we wo ild not be surpri- !
red if Judy BLACK, the democratic candidate, should
be run very close. Black was ahead in Cumberland,
bat in Franklin, Gen. 'MILLER, who is supported by
the repudiatlra and anti-tax-payers, received a much
larger rote than was expected.
In Lancaster county, the Whig ticket is elected by \
WO or 1000 majority. There, as in Allegheny, Anti
'Masonry is demolished. The blue noses, or "red I
mouths," as they are called in the east, are complete
ly prostrated—their forces are routed, theirbanners are
furled, and scarcely a sympathizing follower remains
to we art a plaintive ditty on the fall of tbe "blessed
u=3
COL. JORNSCOI'S VISIT TO NEW HAVICI.--At the
r 'cutest of the Dinnocraric General Committee of New
Haven, this gentleman visited that city on Thursday
evening, and r emained until ri daynoo n .
13lues, and
He was I
escorted from Hart by at
was received nt the Depot. by the Committee, and the
Greys. Fr.sm thence, the lite proceeded to the Ex.-
change Saloon, amid the ch'ccrs of thousands who were
anxious to extend a %v am b )ipitality to the old veter
an, where the meeting wts org tnited by the appoint
reenter Levoreu Gei.swJld, Esq., chairman, and J.
Stoddard and A. L. Kidston, Emis., Secretaries. Hen
IL I. Ingersoll, chairman of the Committee, introdu
ced the Colonel to the audience,in an appropriate pat
riotic, address, and the old hero responded to his cordial
welcome, in a warm and cordial manner, which drew
down thunders of applause. About 11 o'clock he was
escorusdto his lodzings at the Tontine, whore ho spent
the night. Col. Johnson spoke in the highest terms
of the manner in which be had been received in Con
Deaticut.—ron the fine appearance of the troops—and
the pleasure his visit afforded hint. Ho gave a short
and pertinent history ()Nis life-wits interesting military
a n politicd events—illustrated with many amusing
anecdotes, which were received with ariblunded ap
plause. After he closed, Gov. Cleavland was called,
and responded in a few appropriate remarks, which
avers enthusiastically received by the meeting.
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NlAlertamm,—The coons have great rejoicing over
the result of the late election in Maryland, bet on cast
ing up the popular vote it appears that the democrats
haves large majority. So it appears that all the boast
ing of the whip, is for atemporary triumph gained by a
a 'minority vote, and that the aggregate vote shows
democratic majority. There is no stability in such a
sietory, as in another year the democrats will again be
in the ascendancy, and whiggery be killed as dead as
the coons of 1840.
The democrats of Baltimore are making pm. I
Parations for the city election. They feel that the re
sult of!the late election has left a stigma on their dem
ocratic character and they are determined to wipe it
off by the election of a democratic Mayor. We have
confidence in the belief that the democratic strength in
Baltimore is undiminished, and that they will fully sus
tain their republican character at the city election,
A Mite AND W•TES STORY,—The London Lan.
clu says that a Russian chemist has found out a meth.
od of ensnring a supply of milk extemporaneously.
Heevaporates newly drawn milk, at a gentle heat, un
til it is converted into a fine powder, wbich is kept
in
closelystopPed bottles, and affurds good milk on being
mixed with water, even after after considerable lapse
of time.
1 PattasztrazA CITY Ainl COCSITY.. 4I dOrt en
McMichael, orb* is elected Sheriff 15Qt1. !Ake
the whole whig county ticket.
Mows' and Jos. /11GBILSOLL. whipl elected
to Congress is the Ist and ea districts, and C. J. Is-
GERSOLL, and S. T. 5M1713, democrats in the 3d and
4th discts
LATEST FROM F.LTITTS. CO.—CleaVerger has about
25 majorby. Dem. members of Assembly elected by
about 600 votes. Cleavenvr is probably eketed.
OEllO.—We learn from the CM. Enquirer, that Dr.
Dc tics ty the iAdomitable--the defrauded of 1840—
j the proudly %indicated or '4l is triureSstintly elected,
I and with him the entire democratic ticket!
G3TERIOR INDLOTLD: —The Indiana Statesman I
of the 23,1 ult., published at New Harmony, 31y3 that
at the recent sitting of the grand jury in that county, a
billof indictmont W. 1.3 found against G.V. Bigger, for
pardoning (on the solicitation of the people of Clay
county) an individual named Reed, before ever he was
tried, for crimes committed in Pusey county.
StTICIDE.-WM. WUliatni. a native of Connecti
cut, aged 37, committed suicide on Monday, at the
Knickerbocker Hotel, N Y., by cutting his throat with
a j a ckknife. Intemperance was the cause. He had
sugared under delirium tremens for several days.
070 aring F•Ttlit.ft NIATTIIEW'S late visit to
gland be airninistereathe temperance pledp to three
hundred thousand persons.
Cot. JouN3o:4.—•'N. meetirir, of the friondi of Col.
R. M. Johnson WaS h.3ld at Wa3hington Hall, Bo3ton,
on Friday evening last, to make proper arrangements
or his reception in that city
12rIn a conflict between Edward Bostwick, Rot
ert Broad and their wives, at the to ro or Marshall,
Michigan, on the 30th ult., the latter was killed by the
former.
'The postagu from England to India, by the
overland route. is only one shilling for a letter of half
art ounce. In England the post came conveys a letter
from one end of the kingdom to the other For a penny.
!Tr'. 44000 di.maTes were given to Rosahella Fear
ing, by a jury in Indiana, because Frederick Bishop
refused to marry her, according to promise. Freder
ick has to pay the shot.
ttj'The Columbia, Pa. Spy ays 'bat ha centsare
in circulation in that place, which have been silvered
over so as to resemble quarter dollars
ON A STK!xe..—The Ciacinnati Daily Conynereial
informs us th tt the Sourneyinea Tailora, to the number
of two or three huadr3d, with a fine balid,)fmuiF, par
aded through the strecti of that city ott the Trir;• on a
turn out for higher wages. The Shoemakers ara db:.; u
to follow•
NIASSIOSAEIIS RsseeE:v.—Fire Fr.•t:eh Cam,
Missionaries at Cochin China, were rescued from a
horrid death mutilation ordered by the Government,
by the timely and vigorous interference of the Ameri•
clan Consul at Singapore. They went in a body to the
Consul after their release, to tender him their. thanks•
Such offices of humanity, do honor to the American
wherever known
irrThe Specie imported into Boston from January I
Ist to Oct. Ist, was as follows:
Gold. Silver. Total.
$6:767,298 $172.658 $6,939,946.
6,698 97,573 104.276
Specie oxported from-Boston from Jan. 1 to Sept.
30, 1843:
Gold. Silver. Tota
l
551,793
$173,173 $378,177 $
Co rros.—The New Orleans Bulletin says that the
amount of cotton shipped to that city, out of the Red
River and its tributaric., last season, could nut have
been less than2o,o l 3 bales, which, valued at the low
pric:s for which the last amp was sold, would amount
I to about $5,000,000.
MAN WITH SCVESI WIYES.-A man named Geo.
Stanly WAS committed on Monday, by Recorder Vaux,
for a furthei hearing,, on the charge of bigamy. He
has, it is said, seven wives; lour of whom appeared
againsthirn. These four he married under the names
of Stradly, Montgomery, Stun and Stanly; thc other
~
three have not appeared ag ti i.i.n. He exhi'.its re
markableenolness, not speaking to any one, and pre
tends to be insane.
A Nonts i n c-rivoni?nce and im
opsition surered daily be emizrants and strangers ar
riving. in N.•w York, have inanced the shin nvvners and
leading . merchants to attempt the establishment of a
lnrze Temperance Hotel. - under such rezulations
as
will effectually remedy the evils complained of. Cor
rect information will also be furnished as to lands and
rates of transportation. Such an establishment is much
wanted here.
rie Robert Wickliffe, jr. of Kentucky, is said to be
appointed by the President Cha.rge d'Affairs to Sardi
nia.
CRIME IN ENGLAND A.ND FRA.NCE.
The folio sing paragraph from one of Mr. Walstes
Letters, is pertinent enough.
"In reading . the acc.unts of the riots and devastations
still prevalent in Wales, it often occurs to me what a
deluge of reproach and lament about Democracy would
come from the London journals if such excesses hap
pened at all, or were left unrepressed for monthsin
"lawless America!"
As somewhat of an illustration of the progress of
crime in the old world, Paris as well as London, we
give the following, from the same letter.
ten days past there have been as many pub
lic assassinations from personal enmity, and in three ,
instances mistakes of persons were committed. Absent
10 o'clock, the evening before the lust. the porter of the -
h ,use in which my family reside, was brought home ser
ve.ely wounded in the temple, by a poignard orknife.
He was on art errand in the Rue des St. Peres, in Fau
bourg S•. Germair, a narrow, et ooked street, with dark
recesses; bloW from an unknown hand felled hint; hitt
groans b, ought the police officers: the surgeon. Who ar
rive I im nediately, found that the stroke must have‘
proved at once mortal if the aim had Lotbeen partially
defeated by the obscitrity of the bend in the street.--
Our poor fellow—the consequences of whose woun d.
remain doubtful—is not aware that he has an enemy;
POOR OLD JEMMY THORI'VE. supposes that the fate he has so narrowly escaped was
meant for another. The Lord Mayor of T.ondon lately
It is with sincere pain that we record the death of
Jemmy Thorne. Mr. Thorne left this city for Liver- oh:erred on the bench, that the use of murderous Weep
pool last August, on the Susan E. Howell, 'ant, Bai- ens had become morn common and frequent in the
ley, with the intention of visitinrz the land of his birth feuds and scuffles of the people of that metropolis." •
and bidding an eternal farewell to hi: sole remaining Crime, we admit , is frightfd enough in this.countrr,
relative, a sister to whom he was stroaelv attached.-a, and every means snould be mode to check its. dark ea
did not live to tench the shores of England. A few d •so'ating progress. Still, it is too much the case, as
days out from New Orlean. he was prostrated by an 4.L.- Mr. says, with the advocates of monarchy in
tark of the biious fever, died on the 9th of -August, the 6'.d world, to attribute crime in the new. and espe
and his body was "In
the,
deep bosom of the ocean
but
\ daily in the United States, to our Republican system
ied." of Governmeet, overlooking the glaring fact, that their
Mr. Thorne was an actor of fine powers, although infinitely more evil. . Our laws
assts i s fraught with
are quite adequate, but the difficulty is in their adroit,-
illness and reverses of iltrume during the last few years I
had somewhat impaired his faculties. A!i a man and a I
istration. Let them only be carried into full and elms
friend he will long be remembered and lamented.— plete effect, and we should soon hear but little of crime
His great fault was his freedom from selfishness, a trait in Am erica '
of character to which most of the petty evils that beset
him may be traced. His honest simplicity of heart,
unvarying generositF of temper, united to his uniforM!
gentlemanly deportment and fine social qualities, en.
dered hint to a large circle of fiends in t he South and ,
West, Poor old.remmv! We were his d +tor for the 't
happiness of many an hour. redeemed by his wit. sen
timent and gaiety, and promised ourselves an opportu
nity in his old age to wipe out the score. Bel he hat ;
traveled that road that we most all travel, sooner orla ,
ter and is at last at rest. God bless his boost soul !
N. 0 Tropic.
IsPYoung, Saunde ra has been arraigned on 10 in
dictments for forgery in Ne% York. He plead not
guilty. Ragee and his wife have . been arraigned on
only on s. Others aro being framed.
Geottots. ELEcr tot.t.—The Baltimore Republican
of the 10th say 4, Returns from thirty-five counties, be
ing the whig part of the state, give Crawford, the whig
candidate for Governor 3,891 majority. There are
ninety.thtee counties in the State. The fifty-eight
counties remaining to he heard from, gave the Demo
cratic candidate fur Govern ir about 6.000 majority
two years ago. Cs aw ford, the Whig candidate for Gov
ernor, runs ahead of the Whig ticket. Cooper, the
Democratic candidate for Governor, gets about the
same vote as the Democratic ticket. Crawford re
sides in the eastern part of the State, from whence
most of these return come; and Cooper resides in the
western part of the State.
RAI-LRCM
We are indebted to a friend Ur tits baljalses trio.
cririt
of a document received by the Atedit thewieg
one week's receipts of a member of' tbe ixtost important
railroads in Great Britain, and on the contioetit. U
presents an array of very curious and valuable statiseisei
upon a subject of great interest:
LIT enroot., July 21tis, 1843.
RAILWAY RECEIPTS.
Railway, For week ending Receipts-
Birmingham and Derby, July 22 £1,215 11 04
Birmingham. and Gloucester, 21 2. 401 0 1 0 1
Cheater and Birkenhead, 21 31/ "
Eastern Counties.' 2 &NV Of
Edinburg and Glasgow, 22 2,405.01 ,1,
Gre at
We 22 0;340 10 et
Great Western, 23 17,30 it
Glasgow, Paisley Eihattrlbekl 22 1,448 00 06
and Ayr,
Glasgow, Paisley and Greenock, 22 1,26 0
Great 0 6 11
Gat North of England , 22 1,487 14 01
Hull and 22 1,189 11 011
Liverpool and Manchester, 21 5,237 13 11
London and Birmingham, 22 18:114 416 a
London and Southwestern, 23 8,424 acnoi
London and Brighton, 23 4,395 06 I/
s ncbester and Leeds, 22 5.003 06 11
MAnchester and Birmingham, 22 3.287 19 OS
Midland Counties, 22 2.7114 05 02
Manchester, Bolton and Bury,
New Castle and Carlisle,
North Midland,
North Union,
Preston and Wyre,
Paris and R >uen,
Paris and Orleans,
South-Eastern,
Ulster,
York and North Midland,
Northern and Eastern,
Exchange street east,
From Thos. Coglan and Son,
Share Brokers.
EXCERPTS FROM LATE ENGLISH - - JOUR
N AIS.
[Pan. GRCAT I,Vestana.)
The Syrian prize money, L 60,000, vnted two years
ago, is not yet paid to the captors.
During the last 4.-ssioa of Parliament, deputations
from the Anti-Cora-Law -League, visited eighOon
counties, in which twenty-two county meetings When
held.
There are 2 ,441 uninhabited houses in Sheffield, and
619 mills and warehouses to let, the amount of motif
on which the rate is made being £17,922 Bs. 6d.
The Anti-Bread Tax Circular, hitherto pnblialled
nt Manchester, will, on and after the 30th inst., be
removed to London, under the title of the League.
At the Stirling Assizes last week, Allan Mair, up•
wards of eighty years of age. was convicted o f . the
murder of his wife, Mary ',thins, aged seventy, anti
sentenced to be executed on th 4th of October.
Dr. M'Hale, in his address to the Lnughrea
ing, coupled Espartero and the King of Hanover, to-
gether, as "the ruling despot of one country, and do
fallen tyrant of another "
The Hafod estate, cnnsde:ing of 19.890 acres, situa
ted in Cardi :an-hire and findoorshive , with its Mice",
a lvmvsour , . &c., belonging to the Duke of Nriveas•
te, was so' '' d at the London auction mart. on To:4day
last, for 109.000'. Two other estates of his Grace.
Cw and Dolycloter, wern withdrawn.
A Carmelite nun died on !h.: , 27th nit. at Placenehd,
Spain, aged 103. She is toe reign= of Phiiplf.,
Ferdioand VI., Charles 111., Charles Itl., and Fee. -
dinand VII, She ul-o witnesgrd the reigns of nine
popes, Cleirt4i - t XII., Benedict XIV.. Clement
Clement XIV., Pills VII., L'o XII., Pius VIII,
and Gregory XVI. Sae was 79 years in the cloister.
In the list of subscribers to "Keith's History of the
Church and State in Scotland," published in Etlitr
burgh in 1793, there occurs, amongst the names of a
considerable portion of the nobility and gentry of the
kingdom, that of "Robert 'Macgregor," alias Rob Roy.
It would thus apprar that this well known freebooter
had, at one period of his life, a strong inclination for
literature.
A Copenhagen paper states that the home consomp. ,
tion of spirits in Denmark amounts to twenty million
quarts, (or about four million gallons,) which with
population of 350.000 adult males, as according to the
last c ensus, would give an average of fifty-seven quarts
per head, or about four times as mach as the average
consumpilon in Great 13ritai n and Ireland. Truly, tette
perauce is not 'abroad there.
The number of Baptist ch,peland Ire.
inn England
land is 1677; of members 131,272 --an increase since
last year of 9639.
Catholic
tiRAND ENTERTAINME NT TO TIDE AMER',
CAN MINISTER.
Mr. Everett has been spendia! , a little time in Heree.
ford, Itt the residence of a Mr. Clive, M. I", where At
attended the great musical festivitie3 of the 3PISSOIL The
mayor and corporation of the city, it rtppearti. thought
it a favorable opportunity to present biro with a eine
plimer.tary address, ivelcoming his arrival in the coun
ty, and "espr •ssive of their admiration of that country
widch he represented at the come of St. James." The
address was read by the town c'.erlt, Mr. Johnson, at
and Mr. Everett replied to it in warm and.
elegant terms. After the ceremony was over a pro
cession was formed, with the mayor and aldermen in
foil costume at the head, and m Imbed to the City Arms
hotel, when' a magni:ir..mt luncheon was prepared.--
It was iacideatally remarked by Sir fte‘iert Pt ice, in
n1,)0;1.1: 3 t last cenn:).i , n ',-nt ry to toe President of the
eaibid States, that it , thowzht the ream,-im o f t he
two countries might with mutual advantage be inerene•
ed to what it bed never yet been; and this sentiment WWI
readily seized by Mr. Everett, while acknowledging
the toast, who said that he tally agreed in the opinion
of the ho n. baronet, and 111,1 he himself woeld do all
in his power to extend aid promote so eacellent and
advantagious a propositiou.'
COURTS OF HONOR.
The King nf Prossil dirnted c ,urts of" brolly to
be emahlished in ail the prri.ion3. which Allan have jo.
ri =diction over offences and disputes coming within the
rules of honor and nail-Illy i•euleti by duels. These
courts are authorized to inflict Nniqbments artorditg
to the tore of MT Ere. In else the parties stril ei4
submit tq the decision ofthe emirs of _honer they ars
sittharizal to fight in presence of the coon; end les
' subjeetto punishment is proportion to tha joins, Was
eel upon each other.
22 1,498 02 03
22 4,654 11 et
21 1,037 06 I
378 09
24 3,4 02 027
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3.329 041011ir
449 14 01
2,170 04 gl
1,817 08 SI
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