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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - July 11, 1824, London, Middlesex                                No. 31. SUNDAY, JULY 11. 1824, Price 7	581,262	67,890	i 161 570	149,990	...	ll,jf,0, 473,217	5.)5,I50	8I,9S3	 975,203	m7l8		732,485^, I,06Ji,405l	1,098,488	30,0S3	 M01,^H>5i	2,590^1		610,378 1 2,3I8,27�	2,150,874	138,595	 72,429	61,5.1$	...	10,876. 2,719	3,136	417	! 7,773,	12,071'	4,2'..>8	 ;S,373,9I8	3,42-2,618	48,700	 2,588,968	2,52S,1U2	...	t>j,776 47,997,	44,400	...	3,.VJ7, 902,397.	1,066,948	104.551	1 7,770	7,887,	117i	1 24,897,113 24,040,953		795,852	1,651,992 Qrs." ended'StffJulv,; �r'-k>- 1823. Increaj^, se. 55,^ 817 ,i " 10,937 1109,332 104,575 7,S89| 119,911 63,835 19,4(ia 89,085. 4^2,083! 1I8,0I5| 2.5,�>0I( 120,691,' '81,422; 26;,679 423,59H 10,303 .'�74j 1,912 8-52, >88. 17-4,215' lt,&16 215,.852 1,9j3, 72,980 806,806 12,599 110,235 �. 101,739 9,257 129,815 86,943 32,96! 60,201 5KJ,139 142/.iy 27,036 '22l,705i  65,375 259,366 BTI,203 003,14i 13,VJ4 5*8 2,.->2l! 8.iS,189, 631,579; 9,85;i 258,860: 2,044i 5.618,938   5,903,338; ^17,148	 	l,"l40 -ii,;i62	i .'^},	 	3,8i> I 9,9W	4 23,108	 13,41,2	   	22,8^ ri49,456	 �4,(i04	 1,135	 101,011	 ...	26.047 ...	b,3U 	 ; 179,517	 	2,7Ub 201	 6J9	 2r),3Jl	 ...	92,63.1 	1,789 13,998	 141	 .'>.-. 7,941	213,VII Deduct Increase........................ Decrease on the Year................ 795.832 Deducl Dwrease........     2-3,.'>4l 856,UW Increa-se on the Quarter 344.40-^ No.  III. Income and Charge on the Consolidate I Fund, in the Quarters ended ^>th July IH23 and 1H24. ,'.)iiHiis. cni'ed J-.iIn 5, ( HAIU.K. ^ !'.)iiarts.ende.l .)uiy 5, INCOMi;. Customs............... 1823. 1824. (Japtains-Peake, R.N. to Gosport; Boxer, to Weymouth; I'iikinjjhorue, to I'owey ; Wilson, to Griui.Hby ; S. Sp�ri>hoU, to Varmoiith ; Head, to Padstow ; Bringslocke, to (J�lbourne, , Islo of Wight; Pengelly, to Plymonih ; lldlyar, to Marazin ; ; Gi'eville, to Hnrnliiim ; Dii ('ane to Harwich ; Bangh, to Barn- , fclaple ; and Baiihington, between Yarniontli ami Cnrhani. Devonpoit -Vice-Admiral Lord Anielins Beauclerk w.U sail on a change of wind for Lisbon, iu t.ie blauche.   His Lordslii|> wUl hoist Ins flag ,� tl>e W'ivulsor Castle.   The presence uf un < XScer of his Lordship's rank will ob� iale any teeliiig of delicacy | the king of Portugal may entertain, should his iMaje.'^ty again , fiud it necessary to take refuge on board a s'hip of war oi either \ trie;id)y nation. The Blanche goes on for South .A.iierict. S.tiled , (Calliope, for Spilhead. ; Post Office............................. Taxes................................. Miscellaneous.......................... � � 1,228,070 1,026.931 5,018,938 j 6,9()3,3SW 1,620,012 1 1,691,588 330,000 I 347,01K) 2,030,424 i 1 916,816 90,777 j 71,812 Surplus &d Class Civil List............ Tontine Annuities ....................... E\pired and Cnclaimed Annuities........ To Cash brought to this .A.ccoum, bei.Ti.^ the Amount issued in Irei nil, for Public Services, pursuant to Act 5c J 11,459 F.xchcfjner Annuities..................... South Sea Corapan)..................... Bank on their i upiial.................... Dividends............................... National Debt.......................... Trustees for the {laxnieiii of Na\a! and Military Pensicms........................ Civil List............................... Pensions................................ Other Charges........................ Surplus IH-iS. 1821. 364,663 ;    458,265 'ill,!)55,I33 'll.4S7,209 �	� 4,191	3.322 5/7,0-il	97,707 80,123	89,125 8,5l.->,72j	8,.V2l,875 1,210,000	l,-2i0,00.j 212 500	212,500 96 323	92,813 lo^soor	132 658 10,32  �L'Cted an honorary Fellow of the Horticultural Society of London, by his own express soUcilalion. The Grand Duke of Saic Wiemar has livng; been a Fellow, and a very useful corresponding Member iik.ewi.se. iMGEiNioL's Orthooravht.-.\ geollcmnn of the Tetnple ' lece.Yjd his laiiudre.ss"s weekly account the other day, nade oul iy the st^le of .spelling and hand-writing peculiar to (be sislers of the suds ; but there was one charge of 1-i. 6!. for "skewering the stars," wh ch defijd even his practised coicprehension. After wondering for .some time how such a work could ever have been performed, and still ruore, why it should have been executed particularly at his exj.e.ise, the deblorsent .or .Mrs. Pearlash, when the raMiing turned out to be, '* for scouring the stairs." IfKpaovoBtED OiTTRAGE.-On Tuesdsy, between three and four o'clock in the afternoon, while a geiitlen\an's , ctt, containing valuable properly, was standing al the co;ich-yard gales of Mr. W. of Ciapham, some ladies were coiiij^elled to walk into the high road in order to avoid ihe lior.>e and cart which stood acrtiss the footpath.  Ths mo-meulary inconvenience gave so much ottence'loa stranger >�bo was Ihen passing by on horseback, thai he imuicdi-tvle'y struck the carl-horse over the head; the gentleiuau to whom the goods belonged, and who was superintending ^ their removal, inquired for what reason he had struck the horse ?   To this question no other reply was given than a smart application of his hor,e-whip to  Ihe face and rfjouHcrs of the geatl^nian, who.sc remonstrances only provoked continued violence, and the demand " whether he wished to fight?"   The gentleman, who is about to t^jce orders, had suflicieut command of his temper not to i resent the insult, but insisted upon having the assailants addiess, when he said, his name was Montague � he then threw his card on the ground, bearing only the inscription, Mr. R. C. Montagu," and rode away. Several respectable p.irsoni witnessed this brutal attack, and have pledged themselves to come forward when required j legal proceedings have been determined on. St. Johks AsnocA, Aprh, 30.-On] Saturday last a ; fire accidentally took place, at Vernoirs'estate, amongst j liie negro houses, hj which 35 of them were in a short I ttoie consumed. We are sorry to add, tliat a neg�o boy ' fell a victim to, the fiame.s. The wind being very high, rendered the efforts to arreit the progress of the fire unavailing, till the number of buildings above-menlioQed were Fichi'iiuer liills L-sued to meet llieCLnrpe dt 5tii-Vpr.l.j IWil, and paid o'.f out of the Growing Produce o' the Consolidated Fund for the Quarter ending 5il> Julv, 1824 ......................................� Issued in part of IA^,0(X)1. granted o-.U ot the Sur-; plus of the ConsoluLited Fund for the year lis�4, pen Acts Geo. IV. cap. 42...........................' .Actual Surplus Uu irter to 5th Jiil\, 1.M24. as aho%e, stateil ..................................... 109,979 :i,6;W,�4 2,770,213 1,127.20?) AiiMtnnt of F5;chec(uer Bills to be issued to meet the; Charge a'di Julv, 1824, pavable out of tlie Gro-.vinRJ Produce of the Coosolidiited Fund for the Quarterj endins lOth October 1821........................> l,Ga,004 .VEn DiscokEin uKnytiEX port j.tcKi:u,\' JXD TO fill es SfRA/TS. (Extract of a Letter from Capt. Sumner, of the Avon.) *' The Avon, in her passage frnni Port Jackson lowaids Torres' Straits, discovered two islands and a chain of reefs, which appear not to be laid down in Flinder's chart, or any chart of the South Pacific in uiy posses.iion, and probably of recent formation 1 enclo.se the following extract from our log of the 17th, with such remarks as the subject seemed to suggest. " Sept. 17.-At 5 half p. in. saw a range of breakers and coral reefs from the mast head, exIenJing from S. W. by S. to \. W. as far a.s(he eye could discern, with a g breeze, to run between them before noon, as the coral bottom may be dist.nctly seen in 8 fathoms. The weather was clear and fine during the whole of the afternoon, daring which time we we�e standing oft" and on ; kad there been any broken water between uione islands and the reefs, seen to southward of them within the distance of 10 mile.*, it must have been seen, as a ilrict look out na* kept by myself acd a man at Uie mast bead." ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. It is with ft deirree of sntisfHrti.)n which we canaot adequately describe, thnt we heir the attention of the reader to a Uw retort in H snbspquent cohitna.   The piblic will remember the ntfray at Inniihmore, iind the c.)tninitt.Hii muds hv the Mayi�trat�s o( persons charfted to he i'npliratel in tiie disHirhaace.  They will recollect that we Ididlv c'rirsfed on certrtin M.-uristrates a irro8'� m.ilver^ntion of office, nn.\ conpUiied, in short, thar impartial justice       not Hdmiiiistcrc I us !>"iireen Ciihidic and Protestant by certnin local finction.iri.-s.   The  .\ftorney General is of this opinion, .ind li.is ronit- into the Kinii'^ Bench to prav the Couri to cnnse n criminal inf irjiAtion to     file.l ajaioMt Mr. G.thbett, theProeostof Knniskillen.   The oinumstaices are detailed in the Riirht Honorable Gi-.'ifli-.niti's stntement.   Thnt they are quite suffii-ient to WHrr:vnt the apji'lcitiim, there can lie no question.   All that we nee.l s iv nt prL>;.vit U, ih.it this measure of thi Atlorncv-General will do mire to tninqnillize Ireland than thr Insurrection Act; and to Ihtuc t'n- spirit of (^raau:eism in tin North, th.in the partial pMrjinir which the  Majisfrary has re ceiee-l. Ko people, li use the oftoa o'li'ed words of Kinp: Jitne the First's Attiirney-Generid of IrcLsnd, " .-,rc irieait-r lovers o eq'tal and inditferentttistire than       trWi."   The Attorney Ge neral of George IV., after the l�.pse of more" than two hundre years, being of the saine ofnnion. is resoh-pd ti> jjnt in practic* the maxim (J. Sir John Dalies.   Cet the jirinci))!*!'* riiroronal.v followe'1, and we ahaU n<�t (tc.wfwT, rvrn in fHir on-n time, o %8�injr the.hlessinifs of pea e �t:'U'o ui)/in Etening Pojt. COUIIT OF KING'S    CNCH.-iU in.i\, Fkhmy, Jli.y 5 THE LATE l-KR.MAN.\GH KiOTS. Tlip A!tornev-Gener>ii rHPic i:;i'i (' >� rt, and sildre-^sinf: t': -iry 'or lii>ii lo cli-.im thei inTcrnosition airiiinst a Mn-is'.;\i!e,'M r. fin'�! c 11, rrovo.st of K:< :i!.Hk'illi-n, nn'l one .-if tin- ^^ iirWt'-.i'r-: ..)' t'l:' ci-ritv Fe^m'^�1 tv'h fie fthe .\'lori;ev (ti'iut.-iI ' wn* '.n f' f lii'^ iHj.'i''i-riMl dutv Tlu' Court nitrhl rn'i-.ii;ler liiis .-ci u larrcss irv ii;>;ili.'rttion, tlie .\tr rnev-Genfriil li.ivln^ tin- poui-i- ve�'i'.! i'l lii n  iit. in tlic j r^'sj^ t'irir Lordship.s \voiil.l .see timf n'.jo"tioti i':d not > rcrsori �irni:is' ivhooi he v-jf a']ili.-l, i s I'r.n o t } "ml held !".no11i'-e iiadtT t'le ciri't 'r o! tlit" C'orpoF-i! si(U r ilile doo'it'; inii lu'cn crirc.-r'ii'icd of the .Atr^wne naht, in the i'\ rcis-of h'.s ;i'iniriril\-, 'o di- T\M>ri\frfin9\.'\ I reoiore thee dminl.s, i^n A( t �'1..s [in eti,-tliC chiip 11, direclirnf fti-it H rdiii?t a ("Irirured'' forniHtion shon)^ he tiled i'l '^e Oouft of }\ soiO'.' i'.iHiiferent CoirUv sImviM h^aiyjoin'.ed for I'le ti c.H^'v, ;tnd in fhe event of %rpn\rMTon, if'tf^J^nJl';.'-e pre^tfflti^^ at the trial shouUl ccrt^iV thyJrtfie vv'Hict is iip^ovcd l.y liiig, the M.nuistrntc so convicted h^de.-!jfflp>!,,K\>tiie*'Art-^ he i^jsqiiAli-S.-^ftVoin everserv np a^iiin fls a M.i!^sy-,-\fl'.'i Non* if he were to ptiwced ns inordin;vry ch'W-s o'" iuf >rinHlioii, the first ihiiiu- he .should do, according to thejir/iitlcc. woulrl.ln.' to lay the venue iu l^ie rountv of Ferniiui;ii;li, nml, io such ,ca^e�  tnhi- tiie cise o it of his h.iijds, in order that their Lordshijis-^niglit name an inditferent County for tci:.l. . . The Chief s{.iistice.-Mr. .\tt.Trney-Gi'iieral, yoo have satisfied the Conrt of .the necessity for the application. The only reason the Court of Kinat's Bench refuses to gr:\nt t!ie .M'.oiney-General an information is, herausc he has the power of lilinj^ it himself ; hut, in the present case, we see there .'ire difficulties in the wiiv of his doioe so. The   .\ttorney-General  resnnied.     His   application   w.ix irronnded on cirruinstanccs that involved nialeriully the admi-nisfration of pnhlic justice, which, in order to g]vti aatistnctlon, and to proihiee niihuiisaioa to tlie laws, should he (iiapeocsd with ioipHrliaTTTv, lemeerance, and firmness.   The person a;;aingt whom he .�'Oiiirlit the information f iMr. G> hlictt) had acted for tnanv years as a Majfistrate under ihe Ch.irU'r of the CorporirtJon of Knniskilh'u.   It iiafortiinafely happened, that on May 17, one of thone oulraifes, which must e^er he de|i!ored,  hut wlii"o tlii' v two persons of ojiposite reli-pions, a Protestant and .i I'.itholic, collected a niiuihor of persons u( liolh reliitions, and in n riolwliii li eii.�ued ujion that occa-sion, a Protestant, n.iinrd \l't'leiuy, was killed, mid two Catho-l.rx were ino^t se^erelv w.i'iniled.   A nutnluT ot persons were arrested on n charge oflinvin;./luken part in this oiitrrtj.'c.   Thev Hero iipjirchcuded Nv the MH^i.iir.iicj, ivithont distinction or re-ifi.rd t.i uhtif [larfy tliev helone.-d, and co'uuiit ed to theifaol of K;itiiskil!en C.ir i^xamination.    A inonL'SI tliern, t�o men, named i;.irllo.i Mil.)  .M m-kiloi'irr.iv, were i., >mi mi lied 'ly  \tr. Gabhelt. under ;i comiiiitlal, directid to llie kceiuT of E^;li^killen Gaol, ivli.ii .stilted, ' that lie�as|o keep tiieni iu safe custody, for Ml'tiici e\:onom'.ion, ujiou -u-pi'ionof lieiiiit concerned in the murder ol Mi. .\1'('rt.ti v, nod f.ir which tliitt \>.is (l private cli.ir�ct.T (Mr. Hliicklmrne) to proceed forlhv\.Lh ."iiid in (iiire into liie riicu.ustani e� of the case. On .\lr. HU-klnirne's Mrriv.il a; Ijiniskil'en o.i tlie oili of Jm e he  r ot ihe peisoiis in t'ao, under clnirL'e I f llic riot ; mid h ivi.,:; Iieen (nrn-.sl-ed'rith it, he loir.id til It Ine iiionrs of Culcion and NlMcki'nm|yy were i omitted ; upon rthich lie lhou);hl it necessiiry lo i/iNlittiTe an in-()u,ry, iiu.i haviaij sent for ihe gai'lhed a new  e Court.-NVho furnished the calendar. Tile .Attorocy-tieaeral.- i'he Frovoxt. The two men have made affidavit that they were o.',t at .nil concerncu iu the riot File only ex|.Un:iiKm they could suu'gof.t of Mr. Gai/lic.l's injustice to tiieiii, WHS tlieir hav ini; c'.mr)i.-*d lii:)i williiot conducting tlieiiupiiry respvctinff tiie alfr.iv wiui impiu-tiality, and also their being Catiiulics. Tney had app.i.'d several tiiiit. to Mr. Gabnett to be disvharjred upon hail, wl.ich applidtion he refused. 'J'heix I^r(!iihips (the Attorney-General ronliiKied) would see, that here was u .Vla^i;.ir�te indyiKinir, in his olfici.d capacity, the feelings of a partixau, which impel him to tiie roinmission of tviro' other illegal offences-namely, fabricaiinif a comioittal, iu order tud.-taiu two men in custody, and aiUedalins^ it. Tlic  rcsid�Dl of the Republic gave a splendid entertain.uent, coniistinf? of 40 covers, to Messrs. Ham.Iton, Campheli, and Henderson, Coinmissiooerj of his Britannic Majestv in Colombia, at which were present [lei-sons of the Kreate*l consequence, some Members of both Legis-latire Chamhers, the Secretaries of Slate, various Members of Ihe Trihnnal, Military Cominanders and private citiiens. It is iinpossiide to describe the satisfaction ami decorum which prevailed in this assembly, or to repeat all the sentiments of patriotism and friendship towards Great Britain, which were delivered by Ihe company. We, however, publish, with much plei.sure the following. Mr  Campbell, Member of llie British Commission:-Cen-lenen, in ns.njr to propose a toast, 1 avail myself of the; occasion of showiu;^ tliat there c.in be n.> E:ia;lis!rn in, no man of liberal i leis, who is not .i;ii;n re 1 with sentiments of th.: luoot dnci^re frien l.ihip for t'li Rejiu'dic of Colom'ii.i, ot adiiinUou r'or the noble eJforts which the Colo uliians havi! nitde to �liale itf an oppressive yoke, n.�d of the fjrealesl joy lo see cousuui-niie.ltiie liberty an I the iii(le;)enJe,ice which they have so gloriously achieve 1, bv iiij.ins of the sacr'.fi-es thev have made n defence of the holy c.iise of ia;iiiii.U ktwrtt-UWi.iSawswt ut every freem.tn.        tL^^'-rrr '-�^^"'^ "^'7" TMvW.jh?Wbv.v. at the 8*�'- valour of the amy. .md the w:.sdom of the iccutive poiv.;r, till 1 his Ktc-llc iry tu:- Vice Pr.-s'dent h.istakea ^reat part, as well m �.\ soLlier ti-� in lii3 everu'we capicity . 1 therefore have the honour of projio'in-,' to drrilt " the Menllh of a'li Exc^Ueic.- G.-nenl S.inMo f-r, V-:.- I'les,d,-:i>. .>i' (Jo'omliia." .Mr. . (lea le-so'i, Mu.nl'or of I'u' ;5ii:isli Co n nj i.->inn '-lu eisini? to nr.ip i'c a se.iii lu'iit, fcr nit mio to nii'.e a fc.v pri-vious ob-'.-'V.'1"; 'O-. I sll il' coosnler tli ^ ri.i ,� ii'ii.ui,' tlie luuit important or mv life, io ivliich I li r.e �i;ness._'d, in t.'.e ndJsl of HI asseoi dV.of tlie 111 i.-il dis'i.itr'i.s'K-1 p.'r.*oiis of Coiomiiia, the *arue-.t an.I in ni a.ii u itcl co-itr.s.; beUvcen t!ie fatal uc. putisui 4:ld I'll' li!)'rt\- viu'.c'.i li.i^ tiiiinily rt-;dace 1 it. Man V yen a have ? ot elaiisc.l si i' e ilinl e|.').-li ii; barre. :lie w m-lJ^n:id ive iire .illcd vvito a.J nir.iliju on rellecli'i~ ili rountrv s"lcli. Iilltil, .111 from :i'-cess lo !lin cirv ; sPl wlii.li cscry free  in.iii  was de-s niimi- was h;ir.lly kuo-,vi; m lira I Cid'ul.ite.l to excit'j the ti icsl xu.l �.liost pa'.rifitiv -cut o. nil oi m.ri, -.'mi'Ll Unvc Ijee'j ^o loo.* iiMcd expression of noblj n.iJij..--, n.id  llii.' record of the ^ or.uu-ice pioiidly  m>cri'u\l o;i '. ic lib 1 i! .ntiy  |..r in.i; d-rk e.".   '1'.;- seuLi.ce.it \.i(.ii 111--;:iii 1 l'.ilern;ty o! :;,e lo u;is a 111 V ^'.iiiii'd tiic p ' j"i' IU , w i.cu I >. :ilLi..:i l.rst, St..) ocovAr Ma\ : .B}f,^hal a i(cne ^ils, reveries, a or.i,' .vui. Icir- n.-rai. 'Fhe-Mtorney-Generai then ma.ie a similar appliciition agntnsl ihe same Magistrate, for naving detained llry.m Roonev iu cos-lodv t'lom the 2jth of May till the 2d of June, upou the same charge, allhoogli no perton appe.treri aijaiust him, aud he had sin> e made an ntfidavit, denying bavins been in any in.irincr concerned in, or conne'-ted wit'j, tne O'ltraKe i.i qje.siion.-.\ Coa-d.tioiKiI Rule was l.kewisc g.-aiileJ in tins c.ise. Yesterday morning, (rh'.irsdiy 1st insf.) on the arrival of Ihe London Telegraph n gbt coach to tins cily, at the Unicorn inn, Broad-street, one of the female piissengers nartred Jones, who was on her way ii.lo Wales, was four.d to be a corpse. The deceased had entered ihe coach in town an in>alid, bnl the fatal issue was unknown to the other inside passengers unlil the door was o, ened at their journey'* end ; the last liuie li�ey recollected her speaking was at Pershore. .An inquest has been held upon the body fcefore .Mr. N. Mcnce, Coioier. A nied;enl iiCi)llcman who �3|un.'ned it, slated >i ashis up nion that the- deceased canae >|^�er44>srh from the molum �ftite i-oach, aud fatigue oi trai^iog wbeo^T sti'engtb wa.s reduced to the lost dc-be^ltb.-Verdict-DLcd by the VisitalioB ot 'irfifr^id^ Sreeby iU bea i ohtiiiuni^ ill jiromole the l.ul." t;.>Cl.l.A Di; COl.OMLil.l.j renivi.iii Rejiubhc is uoir prac'.ija.Il � i.� iMt o;�t.u:ic'', except al the e.T'n.'.i;.c iliCAS.      ().l''ti,i   fltll    IVil.   it   |l,3t   tl.c IWMrrs'. of C.sIIh.. by tlie iii.icliinatioi,:, ,,f tlie ,S;n!nisli ;)!-i�uuer� . whoweiel,e|h in tlie principal c slle. I'bc troo|,s ot ibe t,Mn.-sou were reduced by pretc.\.t.s, -.vliicli I'lroiired their desires oi Soiiig to l!ie Rio de la Flata, lo ivhicb Ibey beloii-cil ; bill wheu the will (,f the troops was gained over,'the .^i.;uii.sii fl..� was. hoi.^ti'd ; forliiniittdy the valour i iltiieiil Coii^ims, .sni romcicd u ill, dan .iTs, ;niiie'ios-inu: conlidcnce i:i lUe LiberUidor I'r.suleia of L.ilombjii, with the Colombi.in ir.iops, is al a du-itmice fium Li:i.-, s.;.: crt the foilinvinif (U'cree : - " I'llC CtJNMdTUENT fi�Nf;!;i:ss Oi" i'CRL, Usinif the ordinarv and e.xti aordm..r)' soi-erciyn pjner witii which it is invested, r.iid considering; - " Isl. That it would be wautiiiij to the cowWuswlc ulncii the nation h.IS repose I in it, if it did not secnie bv iiil the ineaa> in its p |h^ii, tenacious ol).^llnacy of iiie enemies of our i.iue|'eiidi.;;(.-.., til the aident wishes of ilie u.iiio.ial rrpiTschi an.   ; "3d. 'Fliat considering the reasmis uiueli im.c ines, .'.c I themselves, the anthorify conferred un tbe 1-1 111" 1 t.: Jo r, i.'lmo'i Bolivar, by the decree ol the lUlh ol .Seit.,nLier List, auea Uvl S'iffice to tbe end 8ii(ip()sed ; " 4ih. That tl'.e Constitutional Regime wiii weiiken exreed-ingly io the strcii.;tli ol llie iiriidenli.il incisures wiiu:ii the putilic safely demands, and it is necesaury tli:it nil ol tiiem siioold be directed from a centre of uniiy, wlii.ii is inco o^i.ildjle wil.'i the iJAelcise ol ditferent siijneme niitlioritics, notoived.-G.vcn in tbe ll.ill of the CoDg-r*�� al Lima, Idtb Februnry, IdJJ. ' 'Fhe hue of I'erii, notwitu.unding this event, cannot be looked upon as decide.I ajiaiutt tne Inilepe.ideir.n, wbile ihey jjq�^^S lu their territory (iener.il bolivar and a.i anny vt llie nd especially by the prosente of tbe hero of ibe world, and the liberator of the country of heroes and of free men.   UnrCou-gresa is occupied in providing tbe  m�rt w�li lb� �ut�ci�^ means to reinforce tbe army of the liberator, and save Peru.  Ou another occ.ision we shall exhibit the condutl and i rocectl;x:i� oi Ihe execu.ive power with respect lo Peru. PASIX). BocorA, Mav 9.-The evenu of this district cauno: always be known to tbe Government with expedUiou. _ 1 he dirtct communication wilh the Cii.ca being frequ- ntly onstrucieiJ. .�u
                            

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