mrs. Lucy Lincoln, 47. At Stockbridge, mr. Died.] At Providence, mr. Isaac Eveleth, Wm. Root, 51. At Saco, major gen. Cyrus 77. miss Mary Keene Whitney, 16, Sethi King, 54, late member of congress. At Sa. Amiel Wheaton, of Pro. at Gibralter, midlem, mrs. Susan Beckett 94. mr. Jobn Nor- shipman, 19. mr. Stephen W. Eddy, 28. folk, 75. mrs. Mary Toppin Pickman, 73. mr. Stephen Thornton, 51. mr. Wm. Wirmrs. Eliza Sprague. mr. John Devereux, man, 20. mrs. Amy Brown. Capt. W E. 63. miss Elsy Devereux, 18. Widow Lus. Fillinghart, 40. Al Bristol, mr. Lemuel comb, 30. At Pittsfield, mr. Daniel Parsons, Clark, 80. mrs. Abby Davis, 19. At Ports44. At Worcester, Captain Joseph Holbrook, moutb. mr. Edward Hale, 89. At Com68. mr. Robert B. Brigham, 41. Newbury, berland, Doct. Abel Mason. At Southiars. Martha Morse, 38. mrs. Sarah Adams, Kingston, Gideon Clarke, Esq. 78. At New28. mr. Joseph Jaques, 90. At Newbury- port, mr. Jonathan Walke, 90. At Little port, Charles Enoch Pike, 17. mr. Jona- Compton, mrs. Deborah Manchester, wife ihan Call, 68. At Milford, mr. Thomas of mr. Daniel M. aged 33; her infant child; Bowker, 27. At Phillipston, Captain Thacher her mother, mrs. Hannah Brownell, aged Rich, 77. At Mendon, mrs. Chloe South- 59; and her grandmother, mrs. Mary Browwick. 71. At Sutfield, Captain Oliver Par- nell, aged 98.-Thus, in the course of 13 sons, 48. At Nantucket, mr. Jethro Mitch- days, did death make a conquest over four ell, 78. At Westport, mr. Benjamin Gifford, generations, all from one house, and all in 59. At Alfred, mi. Jonah Ponah, jr. 23. At lineal descent, from the eldest down to the Fryburg, mr. Asa Buck. Samuel Buck. infant. At Phillipsburg, mrs. Mary Hill, 40. At Ken

CONNECTICUT. uebunk, mr. Joseph Hobbs, 74. At Vienna, James Cockran, 50. At Bowdoinham. Da. Connecticut Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. vid Plumer, 23. At Medford, mrs. Ruth

A course of instruction has commenced, at Harvington, 40. At Tewksbury. Deac. Ezra this institution, under the superintendence of Kendall. 97. At Deerfield. Doctor Elihu the Rev. T. H. Gallaudet and Mr. Laurent Ashly. 68. At Howe, Horace Burr, 17. of Clerc. The domestic concerns of the ese hydrophobia. occasioned by skinning a fox tablishment are managed by the Rev. A. O. which had died of that disease many weeks Stansbury and lady. before. At New Bedford, mrs. Catherine

TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Howland. Mr. Joseph Olds, 85. At Mil. 1. The Asylum will provide for each pupil ton, mrs. Penelope Rowe, 81. At Rochester, board, lodging, washing; the continual sumrs. (Samuel] Savery, 65. At Warehain, perintendence of health, conduct, manners. Doctor Alex. Mackie, 75. At Westford, and morals ; fuel, candles, stationary, and Jeremiah Hildreth, Esq. 46. At Wiscasset, other incidental expenses of the school room: miss Harriot Shepberd, 26. At Lunenberg, for which, including tuition, there will be an Nancy F. Putinan. At Royalston, mr. David annual charge of two hundred dollars. Mead, 98. miss Susan Goddard, 38. At 2. In case of sickness the necessary extra Sterling. mr. Peter Kendall 2d, 30. At charges will be made. Shettield, Doctor Sylvester Barnard, 59. 3. No pupil will be received for a less term At Waterville, Captain E. Moore, 65. At than one year, and no deduction from the Ipswich, mr. Daniel Thurston, 70. At South above charge will be made on account of Berwick, Timothy Cutler, Esq. 82. At vacations or absence, except in case of sick. Sudbury, mrs. Dolly Wheeler. At Marble- ness. head, Captain Joseph Barker. At Orange, 4. Payments are always to be made one Rurs. Rest Lord, 53. At Woolwich, Hon. quarter in advance, for such pupils as reside Nathaniel Thwing, 86. At Portland, mrs. within the State, and six months in advance Eunice Starbnrd, 33. mrs. Mehitabel John- for such as reside without it, for the punctual son, 23. Captain Amos Webber, 34. At fulfilment of which satisfactory security will Weymouth, mrs. Lydia Reed. At Oxford, be required. mrs. Dolly Harris. mr. Josiah Gleason. 5. Each pupil applying for admission, mrs. Rebecca Kingsbury. Al Natick, mr. must not be under nine years of age, of good Jonathan Dunn, of Boston, 37.

natural intellect, free from any immoralities RHODE ISLAND.

of conduct, and from any contagious or inNathaniel Knight. Rep. is elected Gov. fectious disease. A certificate of such quaernor of Rhode Island. His opponent was litications will be required, signed by the Governor Jones.

clergyman of the place in which the pupil Col. Wm. Gibbs is chosen Major. Gen. of resides, or by two other respectable inhabiRhode Island.

tants. Marriel) At Newport, Rev. Calvin Hitchcock to miss Eliza Stevens. Mr, Allen

By order of the Directors, Crocker Curtis, Merchant, of Weedham, to

MASON F. COGSWELL, uniss Lucy Brown, of Boston. At Little

DANIEL WADSWORTH, 3 Campton, mr. Richard Davenport to miss Hartford, 21st March, 1817. Rhoda Coe.

Jeremiah 1- Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. of Yale College, has been elected President Appointments by the Council of Appointment. of that Institution, vice Timothy Dwight, S. Queens. Effingham Lawrence and Jacob T. P. deceased.


· Townsend, Judges : Thomas Powell and Supreme Court of Fairfield County, Connecti. Cadwallader Roe, Coroners.

cut, John Whitney vs. Lovejoy, Dec. term, Sixty five thousand dollars were distribu1816.

ted from the school fund of this State, during This was a special action on the case, in- the last year. The returns of the militia, stituted by Mr. Whitney, a merchant of give an aggregate of 106,000 men, includBoston, vs. Lovejoy, as owner of the stage, ing 97,639 infantry, 6,434 artillery, and in which Whitney was a passenger, which 2,808 cavalry. There are 96 news-papers was turned over by the carelessness of the printed in this. State-8 daily, 8 semi-week. driver, and Mr. W. much injured-Ver- ly, the rest weekly, dict for the plaintiff, 250 dollars damage, and Married.] At New-York, Wm. Glover, costs of suit. At the same term, was tried a Esq. of the Island of Tortola, to miss Carocause, vs. same defendant, in favour of a line Matilda Gerard. mr. Joseph Semister, lady that was run over by the defendant's of Manchester, Eng. to miss Truelove Smith, stage, driven by another of his heedless of Dudley. mr. Lancaster S. Burling to drivers-Verdict, 500 dollars and costs— miss Cornelia Ann Coventry. mr. Alex. The damages and costs in both, amounted Ogelvie to miss Jane A. Gibson. mr. Ralph to about 1000 dollars.

Olmstead to miss Mary Jackson. Joshua Married.] At New-Haven, mr. Charles L. L. Pell, Esq. to miss Mary A. Ball. mr. Strong to miss Joannette A. Bradlee. At Alex. D. Berry to miss Sarah A. Lent. mr. Litchfield, Charles Perkins, Esq. of Norwich, James Murray to miss Margaret Riley. mr. to miss Clarissa Deming. At Waterford, mr. James De Peyster Stagg lo miss Ann ZaDaniel Ames, of Monteville, to miss Asenath briskie De Peyster. mr. Michael Lambert Powers. Mr. Winthrop Hurlbut, of Lyme, to miss Eliza Missing. mr. Hector Kennedy to miss Patty Smith. At New London, mr. to mrs. Henrietta Troup Clark. mr. Wm. Samuel Cooley to miss Mary C. Penniman. Courey to miss H. Stakes. mr. Wm. Macrea At Stonington, mr. Rowland Stanton to to miss Margaret Robertson. mr. James miss Maria Palmer. mr. Gurdon Trumbull Jarvis to mrs. Anna Cook. mr. David Matto miss Sarah A. Swan. At Torrington, mr. thewson to miss Sarah Carson. Doct. Wm. Whiting, jr. to miss Almeda Beach. Saml. Floyd to miss Augusta Van Horne. mr. Norman Wilson to miss Laura Kimberly. Capt. James N. Brown to mrs. Maria BowMr. Elizur Wolcott to Miss Esther Lewis. ering. mr. John A. Clark to miss Catharine mr. Prescot Pond to miss Eliza Palmer. Ann Gale. Lt. Col. Croghan to miss Sere

Died.) At Hartford, mrs. Lucy Steel, aged na Livingston. mr. Nich. Delaplaine to 55. Eliakim Hitchcock, 74. mr. John Ing. miss Lydia A. Andress. mr. Abraham Van ham, 52. At Middleton, mr. Phineas Spel- Buskirk to miss Ninette Driskell. mr. Ezeman. At Norwalk, mr. Samuel Keeler, 73. kiel G. Smith to miss Mary L. Mott. mr. At Farrington, Capt. Luke Wadsworth, 58. John Penn to miss Elizabeth Welch. mr. mr. Asahel Wadsworth, 74. At East Had- Moses Spears to miss Jane Radcliff. mr. dam, capt. Jonathan Ormstead, 90. At Tor- Jacob S. Platt to miss Catharine E. Walringford, mrs. Esther Gaylor, 63. miss Nancy dron. mr. Geo. L. Bruce to miss Prowitt. Gaylord, 27. At New-Hlaven, Widow Mary Wm. Silliman, Esq. lo miss Abigail Delia Sloan, 69. At Bridgeport, mr. Lewis Mor St. John. mr. Morehouse Gray to mrs. gan, 19. At Wethersfield, mr. Stephen Wil- Clarisa Hoyt. mr. Joseph Hoxie to miss lard, 76. At Boston, mrs. Chloe Howard, Eliza Blossom. At Newtown L. I. mr. Da74. mrs. Martha Colton, relict of the late vid Van Vickle, jr. to miss Dorian F. Mc Rev. George Colton. At Chatham, mr. Ran. Donough. At Hempstead, L. l. mr. Henry som, 100 years and 7 months. At Winches. Marvin to miss Sarah Bedell. At Cowter, Nelson Bull, 31.

Neck, L. I. mr. Dow. Ditmiss, of Jamaica, VERMONT.

to miss Catharine Onderdonk. At GreensMarried.] At Burlington, David Stone, burgh, mr. Ezra C. Woodbull to miss Mary Esq. to miss Sarah T. Eaton, of Northamp. Ann Howland. At Auburn, mr. Willings ton, Mass.

Lothrop to miss Zillah S. Whedin. At WaDied.] At Windsor, William Leverett, Esq. tertown, mr. Alsworth Baker to miss Aris 57. At Orwell, Col. Joseph Mayo, 68; miss Coffen. At Waterford, mr. Jacob S. Platt Lucy Mayo, 65. At Westminster, Dr. Jona- to miss Catherine E. Waldron. At Ononthan Rogers.

daga, mr. Wm. Jones to miss Rebecca HarThe Comptroller has reported to the Se- ris. At Geneva, mr. James Whaley to mrs. nate, that the sum of 538,000 dollars remains Eleanor Wood. mr. Asa Smith to miss Es. to be raised by lotteries, by provisions enact- ther Throop. At Charleston, mr. Matthias ed anterior to the late session, and that J. Bovee to miss Betsey bovee. At Greenmore than six years will be required to com- bush, mr. Gibly Wood to miss Rachel plete the drawings.

Breed. At Canandaigua, mr. David Benham to miss Sally Moore ; mr. Ezra Darling Cornelius Van Schenk, Esq. Capt. Abrato miss Lois Moore. At Buffalo, James L. bam Van Beuren, 80. Athens, mrs. EleaBarton, Esq. to miss Sally M. Horner. Hen- nor Wells, 52. Orville, mrs. Mercy Ketchry Coulson, Esq. late of the Royal Navy, to am, 41. Painted Post, mrs. Honor Rowmiss Mary Hait, of Ancaster, U. C. At ley. Buffalo, mr. William Wilus. Batavia, Leicester, mr. Alva Risdon to miss Polly mrs. Hannah Steves, 75. Phelps, mr. Babcock, mr. Samuel Crossman to miss Elijah Herrick. Auburn, mr. Jeremiah VanHarriet Roberts. At Caledonia, mr. Na- derheyden, 19. Thomas, mr. Henry Goodthan Rue to miss Abigail Holloway. Doct. ell, 40. mr. Richard Ogden, 69. mrs. Elizur John M. Herrington to miss Holloway. At Kenney. mr. Samuel Peck, 40. mrs. NaCato, mr. John Cooper to miss Amanda than Salisbury, 73. Manlius, mr. Salathiel Cougharine. At Bath, mr. Anthony Pal- Hammond, 57. Canandaigua, mr. John mouteer to miss Diana Potter. At Painted Cooley, junr. 47. Brutus, mrs. Abigail Hall, Post, Capt. John E. Mulholland to miss 81. At Greenbush, Magdalene Van Beuren, Olive Millard. At Lowville, mr. William 81. At Romulus, mrs. Jane Henion. At Frazier, lately of British Navy, to miss Mary Utica, miss Dolly Stafford, 17. mr. G. Chris. M. Donald. At Pompey, mr. John Gott to topher Meunhoeffer. At Watertown, Cyre. miss Malinda Carr. At Scipio, Don Pedro nus Woodworth, 52. At Broadalbin, MontD. Silva, late from Portugal, to miss Esther gomery county, on the 27th April last, DanCromwell. At Cayuga, mr. Allurard C. iel M'Intyre, Esq. aged nearly 84. He Chamberlain, of Union Springs, to miss was a native of Scotland, and emigrated to Eliza Rathbun. At Newtown, mr. Asa Hib- this country with his family and a few bard to miss Clara Fry, both of Ovid. At friends in 1775. In 1776 they commenced New Hartford, mr. Horace Butter to miss the settlement of the town, then a wilderHannah Wilbor. At Bridgehampton, mr. uess, wbere he died. Jesse Topping to miss Mehitable Talmadge.

NEW-JERSEY. At Southold, mr. Rufus White, of Franklin,

Trenton, May 26. to miss Hannah Fanning. At East Hamp- The Cut Worms and Hessian Fly have ton, mr. Peleg Rodgers to miss Ruth Mul- appeared in this part of the country, and the ford. At Sharon, mr. Ellis Johnson to miss corn and wheat have suffered considerably. Hannah Estey. mr. Lewis Billings to miss Married.] At Newark, mr. Nicholas DelaPatty Willis. At Thomas, Doct. Saul C. plaine, to miss Lydia A. Andruss. At BelUpson, of Fabius, to miss Julia Ann Jones. ville, mr. William Rolston to miss Dow. At At Kingsborough, mr. Phillip Mills to miss Rahway, Anthony Woodward, Esq. to miss Susanna Steel." At Woodstock, mr. George Elizabeth Mott. Freeman to miss Eliza Conner.

Died.] At Princeton, mrs. Ann Smith, Died.] In New-York, mr. Francis Winton, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Witherspoon. aged 57. mrs. Elizabeth Coles, 43. miss

PENNSYLVANIA. Ardred Adain, 21. Capt. Jereme C. Dick

Philadelphia, April 21. erson, 32, mr. Silvian Bnotat, miss Ann On Friday afternoon last, in the district Barbara Shrady, 23. mr. John S. Henry, court of thc United States, Judge Washing74. mrs. Eleanor Mc Dowell. James N. ton presiding, came on the trial of John Brown, 65. Richard Colles, 52. mr. John Hart, one of the high constables of PhilaC. Webber, 44. mr. James A. Dunlap, 27. delphia, for having twice stopped the United mrs. Sarah Potts, of Birmingbam. mrs. Ma- States' mail stage. for not conforming to the ria Ross. mr. Joseph Ogden, 44. John J. municipal regulations of said city.- 1st the Hicks, native of Newport, R. I. 32. mrs. western mail stage, for driving at a speed Margaret Wortman. mr. Thomas Jones. exceeding 6 miles an hour and 2dly, the 22. mr. Jacob Walstead, 26. mr. Joseph eastern mail stage, for not having bells atLawrence, 34. mrs. Ann Read. mrs. Mary tached to the horses, when carried upon Daly, 60, of Cork (Ireland) mrs. Catharine runners. The charge of the Judge, we unWilliams. mr. Samuel Hook, 29. mr. derstand, was in favour of the defendant, William Webb, 28. mrs. Lavina Wardell, who was consequently acquitted by the jury, 42. Capt. James Sanford. mrs. Susan Og- on Saturday afternoon. This decision may den, 27. mrs. Rachel Holley, 90. mr. Ja- be viewed as settling a very important quescob Busze. mrs. Elizabeth Skiff, mr. Na- tion in relation to the right of local authorithaniel Roe, 34. mr. James Johnson, 40. ties to enforce obedience to their wholesome mrs. Sarah Rykemen, 60. Richard W. Moo- regulations, which have been hitherto in ney, 27. Col. Benj. North, 68. mrs. Marga- some degree slighted, by those who conret Gorden. Jotham Post, Esq. 46. mrs. sidered they were acting under paramount Margaret Lewelling. mr. Francis Bayard authority. Winthrop, 64. mrs. Hester Marsh. At Ho. An eastern paper mentions, thatEthirty mer, mr. Joseph Watkins, 59. Flatbush, million feet of boards, besides other lumber William Livingston, Esq. 64 Kingston. mr. passed that borough, on the Susquehannah, Thomas Houghtaling, 65. Kinderhook, during one week in April. These, boards

were estimated to be worth 600,000 dollars. Hanson. In Frederick County, mrs. ElizaThe quantity of wheat that has been carried beth Howard. down that river is said to be greater this,

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. than during any former year. A great por- Married.] At Washington-Samuel Antion of the productions which are floated to derson, esq. of Hanover county, Va. to miss. market upon the Susquehanna is from this Susan Daylon Wheaton. mr. Joseph Alex. State..

ander Burch, to miss Elizabeth Bell. The legislature of this State, during the last Died.] At Georgetown, Arthur Shaaf, esq. session, made an appropriation of $521,000 of Frederick county, Md. in the 49th year of for the benefit of public works and internal his age. He had served with reputation in improvements.

the Legislature and Executive Council of his Philadelphia, May 17. native State, and bad attained a distinguished On Thursday, before the Court of Oyer rank at the bar for his learning and his talents. and Terminer, in this city, Judge Rush pre

VIRGINIA. siding, caine on the trial of Lieutenant Uriah The Hessian Fly has done great damage P. Levy, for having sent a challenge to the to the wheat in this State and in Maryland. late Peter M. Potter. After an investigation There is a kind of wheat, however, called, of about two hours, the jury very promptly in this State, the Lawler wheat, and in Pennbrought in a verdict of not guilty.

sylvania, Jones' White Wheat, that will effecMarried.] At Philadelphia, John T. Grif. tually resist the fly. It is advised to sow this fith, esq. to miss Harriet Abercrombie. John wheat thicker than usual, and, early in the Bowen, esq. Jam. to miss Martha P. Anthony, spring, to plaster in broad cast. Mr. John M. Taber, of Easton, N.J. to missIn the city of Alexandria there are houses Mary H. Newkirk. mr. Samuel D. Harvey, of all descriptions, 1385, includinga to miss Elizabeth Chapman. mr. Robert Places of Worship, M'Clenachan, to miss Am Maria Cloud. mr. Academy, John Saville, to miss Eliza Baker. mr. Joel Lancastrian Schools, Atkinson, to miss Rebecca Middleton. mr. Banks, Nathaniel Potts, to miss Sophia Stokes. mr. Schools (private) John Rogers, to miss Muhlenburgh. John

Brewery, W. Peters, to miss Sarah Livingston Linn. Sugar-Houses, mr. John E. Keen, to miss Mary Ann Stiles. Potteries, mr. John W. Peters, to miss Sarah L: Linen. Brass Foundry, mr. Archibald Blair, jr. of Va. to miss Harriet Nail Factories, Maria Freeman. At Pennsborough-doctor Morocco Leather Factory, Asher Davidson, of Jersey-Shore, to miss &c. &c. Rachel Woods.

Norfolk, May 12. Died.] At Philadelphia-mr. Frederic An epidemic has prevailed for some time Heiss, 78. mr. Joseph Williamson, 75. mr. past in the town of Manchester, opposite to Edward Shoemaker. mr. Robert Haydock, Richmond, which has carried off, in the space 63. mr. Thomas Richards. mr. Lewis Car- of six weeks, upwards of one hundred and son, 33. mr. Pease Wadman, 78. mr. Reed thirty persons, chiefly negroes-a mortality Williams, 38. mrs. Catharine Rush, 110 heretofore unexampled in that place, the years, 11 months. mr. William Thackard, population of which we believe, does not of Eng. mrs Mary Pitcher. Mrs. Aletta exceed 500. What renders this visitation Warne. At Sunbury, mr. Samuel Bellus. the more painful, is, that among the number At Lancaster-honourable Jasper Yeates. who have fallen victims, are many of the oldAt Nippinrose Bottom, mrs. Hannah M'Mick- est and most respectable inhabitants. en. mrs. Elizabeth Stuart.

The Supreme Court of Virginia have de. DELAWARE.

cided on a case, in which the Judges tacitly Died.] In Delaware, James Raymond, esq. admit, that a man may marry the sister of aged 70.

his deceased wife. MARYLAND.

NORTH CAROLINA. Died.] At Baltimore-William Van Wyck,

Newbern, March 19. esq. aged 69. mrs. H. Barry, wife of the The Superior Court of Law for this CounHev. E. D. Barry. mr. John Stewart. 58. ty, commenced on Monday last, his Honour mr. Anthony Kimmel, sen. 72. miss Eliza Judge Lowrie presiding. On Thursday, senShayman, 16. lieut. Thomas W. Magruder, tence of death was passed upon Benjamin of the United States navy, 27. mrs. Margaret Sparrow and Samuel Sparrow, convicted at Taylor. miss Ann Smith, 17.

the last term on an indictment for stealing, At Waterloo, at the seat of the Hon. Judge and Friday the 16th of May, appointed for Hanson, the Hon. Thomas P. Grosvenor, 38, their execution. a distinguished member of Congress, and an

'SOUTH CAROLINA. eloquent advocate at the bar. Miss Caroline Total value of exports from South Care

VOL. I. -No, t.

lina, for one year, estimated at $14,500,000. house, a market-house, 170 feet long, an exGEORGIA.

tensive woollen factory, a paper-mill, and air Savannah, May 5. foundry, a brewery, flour-mill, cotton factory, Population of the City of Savannah, 1st nail factory, &c. &c. &c. May, 1817, according to the Census taken:

MISSOURI TERRITORY. whole number of inhabitants, 7624. Whites, Extract of a letter from an intelligent officer, 388%; blacks, and persons of colour, 3742; dated Fort Osage, Feb. 28, 1817. and whole number in may 1810, 5215.

“We have had a pleasant winter, constant. The value of the native products and ma- ly cold and dry for about three months; rain nufactures of Georgia, shipped in one year, in the winter is very rare in this country ending September, 1816, coastwise and to the degrees of cold, vary, from 25 deg. above, foreign ports, amounted to $10,322,880. to 6 deg. below 0, by Fahrenheit's thermo

The Common Council of Savannah have meter. appropriated $70,000 to change the culture .“ The emigration to this country, continues of the lands in the vicinity of the city, there- from unparalleled extent. When larrived here, by to improve its salubrity:

last March, our nearest white neighbours KENTUCKY.

were 120 miles below us on the river: the The cotton and wool factory of James distance now, is not half so great, to the Wier and Dr. Patrick, 13 miles from Lexing- verge of a settlement of whites, and I beton, Ky. was burnt down on the 27th ult. lieve, some families have already advanced Loss $40,000.

within 15 or 20 miles of us. As soon as the The cotton bagging factory of Messrs. Barr spring opens, several families will be as & Warfield suffered the same fate a few days higb, or higher than this post. Neither are previous.

they emigrants of the poorest class, but resIt is estimated that 5000 hogsheads of to- pectable farmers, and strong handed, bringbacco were lost by the freshet in Kentucky. ing with them their stock, teams, money, TENNESSEE.

&c. &c. This is, probably, the easiest unsetSalt.-The Nashville paper states that a tled country in the world, to commence Mr. Jenkins, living about 80 miles above farming.--The emigrant has only to locate Nashville, after boring 60 feet, struck the salt himself on the verge of a pairie, and he has water, which immediately rose within 4 feet one half of his land a heavy forest, and the of the top of the earth-every 10 bushels of other half a fertile plain, or meadow, coverwater make one of fine white salt. Twenty ed with a thick sward of fine grass ; he bas bushels are stated to be made in a day. The then only to fence in his ground, and put in success of Jenkins has prompted several en- his crop. The country abounds with salines, terprising capitalists to purchase adjoining and salt works, sufficient to supply the inland, and begin other diggings. We wish habitants with good salt; a navigation to althem all success, and flatter ourselves that most every man's door, which will give him the day is not distant, when Cumberland a market for all his surplus produce, and · river will furnish salt on better terms, than bring to him all the necessary articles of any other branch of the Ohio river.

merchandize. The soil and climate are faOHIO.

vourable to the growth of Indian corn, Steubenville was laid out in 1798; by the wheat, rye, oats, cotton, tobacco, hemp, flax, census of last February, it contains 2032 in- and almost all kinds of vegetables which. babitants, 453 houses, 3 churches, a court- grow in the United States. L.



DOOKSELLERS, in any part of the Uni- justly and so well as Mrs. Hamilton. Her

D ted States, who wish to have their pub- writings, also, impress on the mind, with pelications noticed in this Catalogue, will culiar force, a conviction of the earnest sin.. please to send copies of them to the Editors, cerity of the author ; that she pursues her inas early as possible.

quiries under the single influence of the love

of truth, and that she writes to do good. A Series of Popular Essays, illustrative Actuated by such motives, and having dia of principles essentially connected with the rected all her study of books and men, to Improvement of the Understanding, the Im- the elucidation of sound principles of eduagination, and the Heart, by ELIZABETH cation, her admirable talents and copious HAMILTON, author of Letters on the Elemen- knowledge, may well be expected to have tary Principles of Education, Cottagers of achieved important results on this most inGlenburnie, &c. Boston. WELLS & Lilly. teresting subject. In the first of the present 2 vols. 12mo. pp. 522.

Essays, she has urged, with much cogency

of argument, the importance of a careful in. Very few have thought and written so vestigation and correct understanding of

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