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Bangor Daily Whig and Courier from Bangor, Maine • 2

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DAILY WHIG AND COURIER. JOHN 8. SAYWARD, Editor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1843; NOTICE, Members of the Martha are informed that their astit Washingtonian Hall at iwn be of WEDNESDAY the 'tevery embers, rectify DIED, city, this morning at half oast 7 i wife of John Vllkins Ib- aged 80 for President; HENRY CLAY, OF KF.NTIICKY 1 Mr. Evans moved a suspension of the joint I rule tq allow the bill for the payment of the for the extension of the 'thelDisUict Banks, and two private bills, itqbe sdnttrt the House; carried, after MH marks sent tc to by Locos-v-Messrs- Weller.

Atherton and oth-eis, and consequently laid over.) The House 'bill- to carry into execution Ihe -Treaty of-Washington-usaaopposed- ttUaoina length by Messrs. Allen and Benton, and briefly advofcated by Messrs. Archer, Calboon, Evans and Rives. An amendment of Mr. Allerf to liiftirtW appropriation for the African squadrpn to $241,000 was rejected, and the bill The Senate, after a recess; resumed and continued its session to a very, late hour.

Reports of committees were received in great umbel some of which follow: By Mr. Winthrop, from the Committee on Commerce, a motion to take up for a vote, the on shore. THE Socjktt bsld at the afternoon is Mr, 'Allen Yeas 22, Nays 15-(and CrTe theHV: jt.Wun?.a!!: In this Mrs. Nancy, years. Ar ftt Eastpsirt; Frankfort At at J3th ult.

Pettingall, on shore. PEOPLES NOMINATION. FOR MAYOR, 2 ft FORD I11RLOW. From Buenos Ayres Three Thousand 8Iftin Dktef'tir December, 24th bricj the official count th victory of Oribe over the troops cT the Oriental Republic, ih which the latter, 8,000 strong, utfder that perverse anarchist and ruthless incendiary, the musatto Fructuoao Rivera, Botha- official despatch style him, suffered an oveiwhelming defeat. The dispatch stale that 2,400 of the enemy were left dead on the field of battle nnrongthem are the self-styled General A bales, Colonels BaezrInestrosa, and Mendoza, (the Riveraa nephew,) the secretary of Mascarijla, (Morillo,) and more than 60 officers without ft bunting those who have iallen in the jnslnnt pursuit made after them fbr more than four teen leaghfs.

Riverafound himselfsomuch put' to it tjtat be threw away his embroidered jacket, hat, wpiptooat, and sword leaving also in our possession all the material of the army, his artillery, and 1,500 Our loss is not more than three hundred Colonel Flores and some other officers have been wounded, but not seriously. e. nr-; A Blockade. A short time since a French man-of-war blockaded one of- the ports cf Central America, on the Pacific side, brought the authorities to terms, caused them to fire a salute and hoist the French flag for insulting the French cdnsul. themselves Were not so objectionable as the time andtho wanner of their introduction.

Whereas, Uiis meeting pufportis to have been called, tq take into consideration and disouva any and all subjects pertaining to the prosperity of the city and the comfort of its inhabitants, 'and whereas the city is now in debt about $150, -000, and the annual interest due on said debt is about $9000, and the subject of the city expensea is already under discussion in this therefore Resolved, That, in the opinion of this meeting the sale spirituous liquors in this city, as a drink, in an eminent degree retards the prosperity of this city, and diminishes the comfort of its inhabitants. Resolved, That by far the greater portion of the sum of about $5000 which is annually expended in this city for the support of paupers, is by the sale and use of spirituous liquors a drink. That a large proportion of the sum $4500, which is this citys proportion of Tax, is to defray the expenses of the of civil and criminal justice; and three fourth of all crime in this County produced directly or indirectly by intoxicating and a large proportion of our litigation the same origin. That if the sole of intoxicating drinks city should be suppressed or materially the heavy expenses now incurred for of the city might be greatly lessened', the perfection of the police and the security persons and property would be greatly in- MARINE INTELLlftPiu Boston 4tli, schs Frances fnfpA-rf Jane Staples. Belfast; Old Girls Mayo, East port Eer Holmess Hole 1st, brip Enrnr e.

a. Sid in co with brig cfarion of Fl! for Apalachicola, to repair, uViHg Cld from New Orleans 20th, sch Euarke ding, Belize, Honduras, and a market. SpaJ. B3P We publish to-day at the request of several of the signers a call for a public meeting to nominate a candidate for Mayor. This call, if we understand it, insists that the subject of temperance, of granting licenses and enforcing the law shall be made a political question.

We deem it a duty toremark in reference to this call for the information of people abroad-, that Bradford Harlow Esq. is one of our most estimable citizens, a temperate and a temperance man, a citizen of pure life, and a Christian without reproach. Whatever course it may be thought necessary by different men for them to pursue in- the elec- creased, tion of city officers or in conducting the admin-is ration of the affiui of the city, in reference to temperance or any. oilier matter it is to be hoped that the charities of social life will not be violated, and that personal reputation and individual rights will not be disregarded. If men differ as to means let truth and honest efforts work out their results by the healthful test of occasioned as Resolved, of about the County administration more than is drinks; has Resolved, in this diminished, the police while ot Resolved, in worth is place, amount drinking that of, resolutions heretofore reported by him from that Committee relative to the impressment offcolor-ed seamen.

Laid upon the table. By Wm. C. Johnson, from the Select Com-1 mi tee on the subject, a report in furor of the issue and distribution among the States of $200-000, 000 Government stock. By Mr.

Adams, trom the same Committee, of substitute resolutions declaring repudiation a violation of that provision of the Constitution prevent ing the States from passing any laws impairing the obligations of tffat in case any State by repudiation should involve herself in war with a foreign power, she woqld cease to be a State of the Union and have noclaim on the U. States, or any portion of them, for aid in her defence, Aflei a long series of joints of order, Mr Johnsons Report was ordered printed; and the printing ot Mr. Adamss and subsequently the whole subject laid upon the table. The Senate bill for the reduction of postage coming up, Mr. Btiigcs moved a substitute for it, fixing two rates of postage only, viz: 5 cents, 50 miles and under; 10 cents, over 50 miles the unit being oz.

weight; abolishing entirely the franking pnvilege, excepting for the business of the General Post-Office and the Treasury Department, ptoviding for the pay of the postage of members of Congress, when in session, outof the contingent funds of the respective Houses. The first division of the amendment, relating to Postage, was adopted: The second division, to abolish the Franking Privilege, was rejected: The bill as amended was then passed. STJGA1H IRON WOReT franklin muzzy CO IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS Opposite City Hull, Bangor XiONTlNUE to manufacture at their Eablki, meet every vanety of Machinery and cS used in this sac lion of the Coaatry: 1 unS MACHINERY. Steam Engines, Turning Screws, Shingle, Clapboard, Lath, Box S.pJT and Threshing Machines. Wb MILL CASTINGS.

Cast Iron Reaction Water Wheels- R.i Wheels for Saw Mills Mill Cranks Gudm Grist Mill Spindles; and an extensive Bevel and spur Gearing, for Mill, and STOVE CASTINGS A large assortment of Fire Trames, from new and beautiful patterns Cook Stoves, several kinZ Parlor Franklin Stoves, of different sizes; on assort, ment ol Box Stoves and a great variety of Air. I ight Stove Castings. 1 PLOUGHS. An assortment of Ploughs from patterns greatly approved, and of the best of timber; Plough Point, for a great variety of Ploughs. Also, Cart and Wagon Hubs cast whole POTASH KETTLES Cauldrons, Fire Dogs, Pipe Boxes, 1 Bar Iron and Steel; Circular Saws; Blacksmith-ing and Composition Castings; Machine Cards from one of the oldest and most celebrated manufactoriei in Massachusetts.

That estimating the number of places this city where ruin is sold by retail at seventy-five, and supposing that two dollars sold each day, on an average, at each (which is supposed to be much too low) the of sales yearly is $57,750, and the pecuniary value of the tune lost in purchasing and it, must amount to a much greater sum; therefore, while the traffic in, and the use intoxicating drinks vastly increases the expenses of our city, it also vastly diminishes the ability of our citizens to defray those expenses. Resolved, That in view of these facts, it is the opinion of this meeting, that no licenses should be granted for the sale of spirituous liquors as a drink in this city the ensuing year that the sanction of law should not be given to a traffic so pernicious and demoralizing, but that those who will engage in it should be left to do so under a consciousness that they are acting in deji mce of law, and under a liability to the penalties of the law. Resolved, That in the opinion of this meeting, it is the duty ot the Mayor and Aldermen by a prudent and judicious but firm and strong couise of proceeding, to endeavor to diminish and if possible, wholly break up the retail tiaffic in spirituous liquors as a drink in this city. Maine Legislature. tCTAtl the above will be found equal in quality, to any in the market, and for sale on as reasonable terms- mar8tf Lyceum Lecture.

The Lecture before the Lyceum last evening was delivered by Prof. Shepherd upon Demos-thenian Eloquence and was a highly interesting performance and elicited -the warm commendation of a large and highly intellectual audience. The Professor is a great favorite among our people and his subject brought out his strong and striking points. Fire and Loss of Life. A correspondent of the New York Tribune gives an account of a great file in Cincinnati, on the 25th lilt.

It took in a smoke-house, containing 200,000 lbs of Bacon. The gas and smoke Aorn thisimilding foroed into an adjoining pork-house and' exploded, throwing down the walls and forcing off the roof. Nine men were killed, fourteen seriously wounded, and several others slightly wounded. The properly insured. Home Manufactures.

It is one of the encouraging indications of the prosperity of our city that domestic manufactures are on the increase. We were particularly-impressed with the fact of the increase of home manufactures a few days since on a visit to the Steam Iron-Works of Franklin Muzzy Co. on Franklin Street-. While we were present we witnessed the operation of casting a Potash kettle weighing between five and six hundred pounds. This is- probably the first kettle of so large a size that was ever before cast east of the Kennebec These manufacturers have fitted up a foundry and machine shop on Franklin Street, the whole power to drive the engines, lathes, forge blast is furnished by a small neat Steam Engine constructed by them.

This engine is one of beautiful finish, compact form, accurate movement and great power. It was driving, during our visit, the forge blast, three engine lathes, and a circular saw which-it drove handsomely through a three inch ash plank. It is unnecessary for us to name the various articles manufactured at this establishment as their advertisements in onr oolumns clearly point them out. It is worthy of tcmaik that by sinking a reser-voi on or near Franklin Street with a leading pipe irom the same and a force pump connected with the steam engine it might be" efficiently used in extinguishing fires in the neighborhood, ay within about six hundred feet which would embrace a large portion of West Market place. This stream of water could be set in motion at any hour duriug the day in from two to five minutes notice, and at any hour in the night in from ten to fifteen minutes, The expense of fitting up the force pump and connections, would probably cost about two hundred dollars, and the expense of keeping it in readiness for use would be trifling.

The improvements made in the means of manufacturing in the way above specified and in various others may be made of great public and private advantage. All persons interested in the growth and prosperity of our city should understand the advantages of giving suitable encouragement to our Home manufactures. Whereas the City of Bangor in legal town meeting bn the 18th day of February last past, voted 47y to 28 to instruct the Mayor, Aldermen, Qity Cleik and Treasurer To grant no licenses far tie sale of Spirituous Liquors as a A rid whereas it was announced on that day by persons opposed to that that a board of officers should be elected at the ensuing annual election who would so license in opposition to said vote ot the citizens; And whereas an Organization as it is believed has been formed for the purpose of elect-ng a Mayor, and a Majority of Aldermen and Cuunciliuen, who are in favor of licensing all engaged in the traffic of Spirituous Liquors, or of allowing the indiscriminate sale of the same as has been permuted to be done the past year, by the present Mayor and Aldermen, of which organization Bradford Harlow Esq. is the nominee; And whereas the indiscriminate sale of Spirituous Liquors in the combined numbers of Taverns, Stores, Confectionary Establishments, Shops, Saloons, Cellars andShantees, numbering in all probably seventy-five places in the city, produces a great amount of Pauperism to be supported by the Inhabitants of the city in Hie form of taxes, promotes crime and vice to an alarming extent, and thereby creates the principal' expensea-in the, criminal depaitmentof our District and Police Courts, to be borne also by all of winch expenses combined and caused principally by the sale of Spirituous Liquors in this city, increases the annual taxes, as is believed, in this city, between $5000 and $10-000; And wheress the city debt is now about $150-000, and our annual taxes amount to between $30,000 and $40, 000, and it is therefore the duty of the Mayor and other officers to reduce the expenses and taxes as much as is practicable, and for that purpose among others it is made the duty by law of the Mayor and Aldermen, and City Clerk, and Treasurer, to take the necessary measures to suppress tire unlawful sale of Ardent Spirits; And whereas Bradford Harlow Esq. said nominee and the mayor of the last year, is not k-nown to have taken tiny step to suppress said evil, and refuses to any assurance or intention' that hi wjinend lay aid.

in the same the ensuing year, aiiftlvlYW believed he'will n6t db so, 4fld that he" Tor hiselection upon the votes of thoSe who are interested in the use and traffic of Spirituous Liquors, or in the renting of stores, taverns, houses, shops, saloons, cellars and 8hanlees therefor, all or nearly all of whom are believed to be his supporters; Therefore the undersigned citizens of Bangor, invite a public meeting of all the citizens of Bangor, at the City Hall on Thursday evening, at seven o'clock, Jho are in favor of selecting some other man for the office of Mayor, and such City Qfficera as will act in conformity to the expr Bsed wishes of the people upon this subject', and wllo will use all laudable, piudent and discreet means to lessen the expenses and taxes of tins city resulting from any cause, and especially from the unlimited and unrestrained sale of Spirituohs Liquors, and from the crime and pauperism growing out of the same, and who will also (take the necessary measures for the support of city schools. N. O. Pillsburv, Wm. H.

Dow, Benj. Bourne, Rufus Prince, Win. Woodman, iiiiam Jones, John Tricksy, Albert Aimball, Charles H. Hammond, Josiali Deane, Thos. A.

White, B. Drink-water, Charles. Godfrey, A. H. Roberts, Wm.

W. Hall, Isaac R. Clark, Winslow Chase, W. Preston, R. W.

Yallalee, J. R. Pollard, Michael Sargent, Henry Little, John P. Greeley, J. F.

Lancey, Robert Boyd, Michael Boyce, J. S. Kimball, Wm. Gorden, Alden Parker, N. D.

Newmareh.i Elbridge G. Lord, J. O. Sullivan, Albert Noyes, Sam'l Severance Jr, Hiram Severance, David McRoy, Moses B. Herring, John II.

Ryan, James Littlefield, Stanford T. Chase, Stillman H. Sawyer, Wm. Bryant, Ed. Smith, Harvey Reed, Hebron Luce, T.

H. Bhaw, J. C. Stevens, T. A Hill, 1.

Dennison, Stephen Gid-dings, A. M. Higgins, Rodney Smyth, Francis Temple Wheeler, David E. Costelow, M. Gilli- Sm, W.

Francis, Joseph Jenkins, J. P. Fowls, ivid Potler. ASSIGNEES SALE. In Bankruptcy BY' virtue of two several Decrees of the District Court of the United States for the District ot Maine, I shall sell at Public Auction on the 224 day of March instant, at 10 oclock A.

M. at the office of John Bennoch in Orono, one Shoemakers Shop and Lot on which said Shop stands on Bridge street in Orono. One half of Pew No. 36 in the Methodist Meeting House in Orono. Also, 1 Clock, together with sundry demands belonging to the Estate of John Crowell, of Orono.

Also, Pew, No. 69 in the Methodist Meeting House, one clock, a note vs Asa Prouty for 8,61, and one note vs Benjamin Ham for 25.00, belonging to the Estate of Elijah Marsh, ol Orono. The terms of sale wilt be cash on delivery, and will be sold subject to all liens and liabilities, and the interest only of the said Assignee in his capacity will be. transferred. JOHN S.

AtEH. Assignee. March 8, 1843. 2d lyr CONSTABLES SALE. Penobscot is.

riA.VKEN in Execution, and will be sold at public auction. at Washburns tavern in Corinth lately kept by Samuel Kobey, on SATURDAY the fifteenth day of April next, at eleven oclock in the forenoon, all the right, title and interest which Robert Campbell Jr. has, or on the second day of December last, (the day of the attachment on the o-riginal writ) to a parcel of land in Corinth, being a part of lot No. 1 in the 5th range of lots in said Corinth, and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning on the North line of said lot, ten rods and nine links West of the North East corner of-eaid lot, thence rnnning Southerly on a line parallel to the West line of said lot 10b rods and fifteen links to a cedar stake marked; thence Westerly, parallel to the North line of said lot, 40 rods to the centre line of said lot; thence Northerly on said centre line 84 rods and fifteen links; thence Easterly at a right angle twenty rods; thence Northerly at a right angle twenty-two rods to the North line of aaidlotj thence Easterly on the North line of said lot twenty-eight rods to a cedar stake the place of beginning, containing twenty -fivo acres, and is the land whore the said Campbell now lives, with the buildings thereon standing. SAMUEL ROBEY, Constable of Corinth.

Corinth, March 1st, 1343. mar 8 Id 2w SENATE. Saturday, March 4. Mr Stetson from Select Committee reported that the Legislature may have a recess from and after the 21st inst accepted. Passed to he engrossed Resolve in favor of Pillsbmy and Webster resolve authorizing the Land Agent to compound debts due to the State resolve in favor of Abner B.

Thompson and others Adjourned. Monday, March 6. Mr. Cary called up the Bill authorizing the State Treasurer to receive the Noitbeastern Boundary and other claims and the question was on the amendment of Mr C. forbidding the reception of the shaie of this State under the Distribution Act.

The amendment was adopted yeas 22, nays 5. The bill passed to be engrossed. Passed to be engrossed Act to incorporate the ThmnastoR Mecnanjc Associajicgi AftlTpJjfi-. corporate the Eevant Mecfiamc Association Resolve in favor of James Robinson. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Saturday, March 4. Mr Little, by leave, laid on the table, a Bill respecting agencies ol Foreign Insurance Companies in this State. Mr Otis called up the art in relation to Common Schools, (providing for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect statistics, relative to schools) and the question was on its passage to be engiossed. Mr. Thurston of Charleston, addressed the House at length, in suppoit of the bill, and in explanation and defence of its provisions.

Mr. Paine of Bangor, was obliged to the gentleman from Charleston for his interesting and able disquisition on this subject. Mr P. commented on the importance of a general and thorough system of education, and particularly in a government like ours, resting for its support on the virtue and intelligence of the people which would only be kept alive by the universal dissemination of instruction among the people, through the medium of our common Schools. He supported the bill but said he would say no more, as the gentleman from Charleston had exhausted the subject.

The bill then passed to be engrossed. Adjourned. Monday, March 6. Read and to-morrow assigned Resolve providing for the purchase and distribution of the Maine Register resolve in favor of Messrs. Pillsbury and Webster resolve authorizing the Land Agent, to compromise debts due the State.

Mr. Little from the Judiciary Committee, re-orted Resolves in favor of free citizens of this itate, which were once read and tomorrow assigned. Presented Remonstrance of Thomas Drew et al, of Bangor, against the interest on taxes due. Resolves relative to the taxatioa of certain lands (to wit lands granted iy Massachusetts before the separation, to certain Literary, Religious and Eelymosinary Corporations, and ex empting therp in th grant from taxation.) resolves ask the concurrence of Massachusetts, in permitting them to be taxed by this State. The resolves were then passed by yeas and nays.

Adjourned. Street Fight. The Boston Mail speaks of a street fight in Washington street, Boston, between Prof. Lovering, of Harvard University and Dr. William Hawes.

Neither party was much damaged except in their reputation and influence, nor are the causes of the quarrel publicly known. Fire at Worcester- We learn from the Boston Times, that on Monday last the Post office was, with its contents, consumed. The York House, (a house of entertainment) and the Worcester Bank, shared the same fate. No particulars are given. The Globe at 10 oclock P.

M. March 3d states that the nomination of Wm. A. Wise as minister to France had been rejected by a vote of two to one. The correspondent of the New York Heiald says that the nomination of Mr.

Wise and of Mr. Cushing were confirmed. OThe complete avalanche ot news brought by the double mail last evening, has tasked our powers of condensation, and given a great vari ety to our columns. Mr Averill, formerly of Maine, has open ed, it is said, a ship-yard at Chicago, and is building a steamer to be moved by Ericson's Earthquake in The West Indies Ten Thousand Lives Lost. A late arrival at Baltimore brings the awful intelligence that on the Sth of February a shock of an earthquake was generally felt in the West India Islands.

Point Petre, in G-uadaloupe, is totally destroyed, and ten thousand persons are supposed to have been killed. At Antigua, also, there has been a great loss of property, but five lives lost. All the mills and sugar woiks are more or less injured, and the greater part of the crop will be lost. At Antigua all the bouses were thrown down and tire windmills wiere either down or so much injured that they cannot be In Navis, also, every thing (except the Bath IfouBe is dowq, and the steamer' pass- SHERIFFS SALE. Penobscot, ss: VI1AKEN on Execution and will he sold at public auction, at the store of Winslow Rollins Dixmout, on MONDAY the seventeenth day oj April A.

D. 1813, at ten oclock in the forenoon, an the right in equity of redemption that Johrt Hutchins has, or had on Nov. 14th, 1842, being the time of attachment on the original writ, to the far lot of land on which be now lives, with the but ings thereon standing, situate in Plymouth County, being a lot that said Hutchins has mo gaged to secure the payment of certain promissory notes. Particulars made known at the time place of sale. IRA GARDINER, Deputy Shcntt Dixmont, March 6, 1843.

CONGRESS. The President has nominated to the Senate Caleb Cushing of Mass, to be Secretary of the Inf Martinique, Guedateupe and Monteenitsixvprellst'7j aqd )Vm. Jfyjnof Penn, to he GEORGETTE! Notarys NovsW Kock, received this mornnlm 44rjpIIE mar UK De Charge dAffairs.io FOREIGN LEECHES. JUST received, per Richardson Epi' large lot of German Leeches, which o. w.u POTASH, CONSTANTLY for sale by W.

LADR G. mar 7 FRESH FIGS. VE mlr7 Fie fr by o. W. LADD- ftj The SepatA ol Kentucky, by a vote or 21 to 14, base decided that tlie law of flat State, prohibiting the importation of slaves, shall not be JCr The New York Tribute ha published if extra containing Millers thsoyy jUoairaled1 by qire looking bestt; refutation of he i Several hundred dead podies have been picked op of persons wh pettehed in the giiati flood in the Red River Mr.

Freret, (Whig) was elected Mayor of New Orleans on the 20 ih by a majority of 315, A Mr. Evans was shot near New Orleans, on the 20th by a person named Conrad. lUF At a meeting of the Bangor Waahington Total Abstinence Society, March 6, 1843: Resolved, That this Society dnft-el theinielvsj Washington, March 1, 1843. In alfer yaripty ot uniinpor tant business bring' the morning hour, the bill to refund to Massachusetts hor disbursements duiing tha last War was taken up and, alter di-cussion at some length, passed. The Senate aftei being occupied at some length in the Consideralion and passage of numerous private bill lrotn the House, went into executive jsMien, which extended to the ad j.mrnment atgj lale In the a comrqunication was received from the Treosury Department in aniwer to the call for the rrreMbndence of the Representatives ol Foreign Governments relative to the operation of the pMBt Tariff upon thoir Gov ernmentS.L,t-- Several private or local bills were brought up and passed, and various Senate bills were referred.

The Senate amendment to the Fortification anfi ho Indian Appropriation bills were concdfred TSPfd thus they are finally paased. The ainendanU of the Senate to the Navy Appropriation! yere up and aeveral amendment ooncurred in other! rejected. Mr. C. J.

lngers dl made an unsuccessful attempt to attack the treaty by offering a proviso (which wap.i uled out of order) to the Navy Appropriation biH, 'against any part of its amount Ofing ekpvttdnd irtt the Afrioan squadron. adjojuned. i T. Thursday, March .2. Id Senatfc.fo-iay, (he House bill to provide for th bUf aecority of the lives of passengers oq board steamboats, was those Islands covered'f iU) a dense cloipiwhjlust.

Sevrtrai other suffered but 1 6 what extent is nbt know. fT" Resolution ottered-at 'the Peoples Meeting1. I Th following are the resolution offered at the adjournment of the peoples mealing' on Monday evening, antfo vote wb takert upon them as the meeting adjourned while they were under discussion. The general sentiment of these resolutions has beep frequently -defied of laU byoui citizens, and to which tooorly our ay hole community The leal mating ol the inhabitant pfi Iho city on iha Feb- giv tTOngtipjektf tff opinion on matter, tlup could possibl be had by the panage of these resolutions at a- aseeling desir-Msof considering other' measure ilatipg to tb administration pt (be Pa account of th oodvs of remtrkf the mover of tbe wesc-'lotions, Ynd fne previous perkonal debate took jilaoe, which ended in Jn Odjournittisnf. Wdlpuhlisk thW rMlfciidUs'lfthtf 'OiPptders miyjknowtheir from wlifcli thrywill Coudlude, we haye no doubt, that the resolutions The White and the Red' Man.

BY J. PAULDING. The White man toil irom day to And aweata hi weary.life away, To leave his children great eslatea, Or pamper want that wealth creates, Whjch, when pupplied, engender more, Jual as one leach, beget score. The Red man rov the forest wide, Where 11 hi wat are cheap supplied, And in cool ihadtaa, sunshine or breeze, Dozei away a life of ease Unburthened by dull care or sorrow, Reckless of the coming morrow. Which ii the aage the slave that toils Forever amid feuds and broils? Or the free man with want few, They leave-hint.

scarcely aught to do One wears both soul and1 body out For wbat the qtber does without Tell, ye adept in wisdom's school, Which i the sage, and which the fool? FOR BOSTON DISPATCH THE staunch Packet Schr tCUro James P. Rioh, master. SMtLwill sad from Frankfort with dispab freight or passage ppl)' te I Arevs wharf, or to Jm" a SAML a March 6. lw SFXONP AHVENT A SUPPLY of Rev. A.

Cummings )by the Second Advent-pnoe 2d; eN Ponds, Mu i Alw Stiiirt, joilf Du (field, Keith, end Beth on the roHc mer Sr FLOUR. A -a rTlNCKLEY EGERY i here IJt 280 barrels superfine Baltimore Mo FLOUR, which they offer low for cash. under deep Obligation to the Martha Washing ton Society foe untiring exertions In trj U- their late sale; qd that With gratitude the pecuniar exertions In tr ranging; we ackuow i afforded by Ujaa, and bestowtgon ult David Cost rt cow, Seay. 1 MARRIED, In HampdeU, Sth Ibsh Mr. Istao Doane, of to Mrs.

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