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   Atlas (Newspaper) - December 15, 1838, London, Middlesex                                0 etntvKl ^t^i^^ptt ana 3^0urnal of %ittvKtuxt. TRAiNSMISSION  OF �THE ' AT,LAS^�-BY POST TO  FOREIGN  COUNTRIES. fFe are induced, hy-numtrous appUcationt on thU lulgect^ tottate, for the informatim cf our SubsoHbett, that "TheAtlai?' may be tranmiited free of poftage, through the Oeneral Post Officei, J.,-.,.'                         .. . � to the ftlloiping ptacei:     ...              , �� ,    . AttTiovA        Bbbsioi      B0BNOS AxABS     CBFaA.i,OMiA.     Dbmbbaba ' OiBBAiTAK    ^    Haubcbob     V Jauaioa         Nbvis                Qubbeo St. LuqiA         Tbinidas Bbbuuda     Canada             Colombia       Denmark Gben&da (Nbit)    HBUOOuifD   ^JLaooiba         Newfoundland     Spain (via Codii) St. Vincent's    Zantb brazils       Cakaooas           Cokpd            Dominica Gbeeob Bbbmbn      Oabtbaqbna       Cuxhatbk-      Fbanob Halifax Bagota Bahamas       Brazils       OAKAOOAa    " Cokpu Dominica       Gbeeob .    Honddbaw       Malta New Brunswick   St. Douinqo        TobacIo Babbadoes     Bbbmbn,     O^bthaqbna       Cuxhaven-      Fbanob Halifax loNiANftsLBfl'    Montsbebat    Nova Scotia        St. Kitt's Tobtola !th� Afkul^ean also be transmitted', upon payment of one penny,' to India-Capb op Gooi Hopb-NawSouiH Wales.   To.all other places it may be forwarded upon thepayment of two pence. No. 657. YoL XIII.] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1838. ' r  BAKLY EDITION I IN TIME FOH POST. 'i'Ttifi A*tAS OF THIS The^olltldaa .v.,....;.,..... 785 Eaatlndiui and Colonial Atlu.. 786 Foreign New�; i............... 786 British N�w�________........... 787 lratodVtl;..,i.i........^r."� 787 AcddOTttmaCHfences^ 789 Omntuni. .......... 790. TtieitHiJid-lepaU^c?:.... 7W flatUtasS'k ^IpWBi i i   ........ ,-.7�0 W^yBetroipert of  99, Bso&y^tttids;;:.^. .:;;i;v.    i^V tto LITB^tn'flB. .winter. Studies and  Sununcr   ^ ' Rambles in Canada.   Bjr Mrs. Jameson, Author of " Characteristics of Women," &c.......793 Bv^EQn^ibam; t>i'Qo4]�> BS'ID. � e resources of the two atifit^$, ^d with;^elc(3!)c(shivei!iD-' ationiind disturbance, of this indusMousvand;;e8sen1iaB^ pacific empire. England-slow, languid, andlo!lg*su{feringv -after-an' eicercise of patience which, by surroundiiigl stated, and by her own subjects,'was deemed pusillanl'-. -mous and ignoble, has at length apparently* sbsJifen off) her deat^-like sleep. ^ $he detected, seasonably,'tlie' t^af-cherous conspiracyiframedand encottrag^^^ agents of iRussid,- ilong th^e wfeole' fi^rtherjS frontie^^^ pjf; British India, embraeing Burinah on one extremity, on thei other Caubul. The Russian court w;asnrdmptly hiad'e acquainted with this di?coyery.' The '3chah of Persia,^ m his camp' before Herat, was^ threatened with the speedy vengeance of Great ;iBritain, and, the' immediate passage, of;;the cindus ! by i a; .^owerful�t^Bntish army was announce)^ to  him almost' simultaneously With'these vigqwus demonstrations of* English spiiit'and activily--eflEfective, though latej from,beyond the Caspian -came the intelligence that treatieshad been signed by'" England with Austria j' England and France with Turkey; also; and the latter;, thotigh relnctantly, acceded to by Mehemet Ali, wl^os'e system of moiiopoly it must, if fairly enforced, extidguish; each of these ih^ti'uments bearing, indeed, the'inoffensive tifte of a "commercial" treaty, but involving political consequences of the most unmeasured Paris, one and all of thehostite delig�| imputed to Jier^y-the press and: government' of; thil ^o^n^v ** Nicholas* ithe soldier mitlimnaire- 0 * Like'dome (io^'d hvXly', dtobjis his hs^, vul'sighs.   - ;   THE AMERICAN BKEAlgHE.OF^^ .MoRNiNo -CHiu>mGMB.-So imoh.fojJj-this invasion-jby' American sympathix^ersi; Prom -'the smallness of'thte.j namber thatnshrr^nde^ed^to Bieutenant-ColonelB their Iqss in tlie actioii^f tlie',13th niusthave-^beeikveiy great.  Sjir JphnColborrib, ioyliis dispatch of,,theJ7tb� accompanying ISilajor Yo|aagfs iepOjct jof, ihe44t^ in v^tti^ he highly etilo^eg';lKefpiff$^ Yourigi remarks,, *f that; ifj-^eie ;.4Mi6#lieM piwSiceedings on the AmBrican'freaiwer.caim�Htthe^gib^ ithe^Ai^ric^liW^I^^ to prevent^ax^o�lHaUBi^'pn the part offhe, population of Upper, Oauada." T^t thc^^nvasion is pn^ly American is proved b�0ejjiMl|#T^ Canadians,' am t�ind of tlie'Dpp^r'tJatfj^ militia^havuig a^sembM.'ajb '^tealfickUb^o^/they surrendered. Shoi�the^"-^-thefie repeated" atte., taliate on the Ameifil more regrefr1kbaIl'^t^t^ r,ded an'iristance of theftailitenuije of; that happiness which is not secured by^knowledge^and,intelligence. In this world ignoraiice aiid;]creduHty-afford:a^ to the evil- nmg4i^4^-ai^dVdesig^^ Such a popula- ^tl6n;^^tW peasaniiy of East']^^ the habii;ans of SiioWer(iSanaSaiwiU'alwayp.^^^^ disposed to Anieiic^Ai*^ aritic^^^i^u�f�^^ we answer tite;�/ >^mp^,i^^tu"' sequence, to' stj^iidard^of the aggf^^ri:^'SfifJohn the 18tn�^ilil*KQvembei^^e' pu5�4^;i^^pifjE, pN5^ n aSC^ath^BOls.In fact, ^^jrct'havinocsdonbt.from w!)atwe:hav^jheardof the enor-nxoiis hills ch^d;on M,JopM|r^^^^^|*^^. tM^^^ ex.' ------------*milnonf pehWofbDtte^^feUidnsWWan'affairoTM^ al^ -is- eettiie^. .;1?he gi*a!t�S fearlF   th^'charged have -been caused'' hf; the  : ^tHe=* Ainericans.  It is^a; heavy cal^ity i^' imW^.    * who ^0, J^st whatevei^^^eeit�i.geO*,in-tiieir own eyes, .....i...,. -----r-.v   ^gj. Canada fple!;^|iS^ v.*uuKiutj^i^fiv*^ 'HIV V ii^i(iv�,iLU|>f�>, \^t, tthe bri-.gan'ds,. enrolled in-the states of. t^ermoft^ and New York ,to,take,advantagerof the,m6yemeijitSL,odr'.the insurg^ts e^'Ij^wer^C^^A Albaiiy,^ .flf^nd m.3de arrangements the 4A;ii4lteirrthe,.Qutbreak to asr sembl? ajprce that would,er^ahlehiiiitfefrectnallytaprotect the .prO^bfc^ from the iiifasjqn "pf the "brigands.� These measures were productive of'tWadvantaj^es on which he caiculdted.'. It appears from'thereport.of Iiieut.rCoIohel^ Cathoa�t\that he derived mdst?efi|Merit'-0li from the Cur? of Glian?3bly,^whohad heenm6|i|.pral8ewprthy in his exertions to restrain hi^;floclj; nfOmr'piasjict^athig in the rebellion, arid in bringing ta ju^tyse^the agitators and those who.ijbeiiced^the peac'eably;di$p)feed.v^EK^ him fhe in-*)rmatibn \?^"derive'd'that,thre6'gtin^l"and'B quantity of arriis and'ratamunitiOn were inthe-mill,'^near the lake in the centre'of "the IBouchmiHe raifemnt^ins,' of which possession'wa^^p^tifirned; by Maj6V Mnston.' Sir James B^acdtirieltt'alludes'tp the burning of ihe houses of rebel lead6fs:&)cW-"pti4ci#.ii�8tigat'ors.'^^^^ which have be^n recelwd froin_trustworthy- gourcfis the biirajngs ale^ make toohi of them.  They who � have only sympathy ,^;ith the^Canadianlleade^^^^ and who are already endea^^ yoarfn^ to screen>them from*8ufiering.th'e' consequences' of their guilt,,fprget that,the poor habitans, who have ' hadtheirTnbuses burned.al>out their ears^ .and are exposed without shelter to'the horrors of a ?anadian winter,- less incendiary couldjiHset-up^^aaMnst the government ijli^derwMcfh he lives with impnnitr^ said indeed would be tteeojidi&on of % in|�^ba^^t^>>b|^^^^ nient' 'No ctiontry can know^ttaniDfl l?est thing fhejrcaa?; Ho fpf/their own re8pectabihty,.aiid.it^'8.,ewn.soin'the bpipfqn.bf Jheit' own'friendit, wfai; employ thenaselYes'eyei^ day^m; the utterwoc'e.offoi'ced sneers against ,Cpnl;g�r^ati^e'T>rin^ if th'e,Whfgs\haye,1t in'tKeirjSprtto>tajCoflK givjng td theii: policy a CoMemtiy^:iijl5t|^.\l|^h^^nQ^ spipt, and enttjusjasni of ^thjB'.
                            

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