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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 27, 1820, London, Middlesex                                ICM��R 5(535. THSAtRBROYAL, nRl/tir^LANK: THIS EVENING. WEDNESDAY; Dec. 37. liis Majeaijr's Serv�nl� will perform ilieTr�gltPI�j of Spanhirds-Jtlnnzn,'lmwv>p<'i'; Pizarro. Mr. Tlioinp-ton i Valverdr� Mf^fia^llffrtl Casai, Mr. Pupe. EWira, IVIts. EgerloD. )         � Peruvi^Ufi-/tUKbk, Mr.lPowell; RoV.% Mr. WAllack; Ofozeaibo,Mr..Boolli.  CorrfjsMri. W. VVeat. After which, Scnime, a new GranJ Comic Pantomiine, :   called THE NORTHWEST PA-SSAGE; Or, HAkCEQ^M ESQUIMAUX. Captain c.f the llertai Mi". Whfoei MiilsMpm^n, �Tr. Raymond; Boauwainj Mr. Willmbll; Yoons; Esquimaux (afler-warils Hari^quiD), Mr. BoloisAa; ClowUi Mr. Soutbtiy.  Es-  be f%ken of Mr. Rf dwell, in (lie Rotunda of the Salmon of the Theatre! Private Boxes Can ohiy be^obtaioed for the Ereaitag- of Mr. fioeulleiqpD may dye their Hair with easeandsecresy.-Price .    -48.-7s.6d^and lOs.Od. > ,    ,,        .      Sold wholesale, rtlail, and for exportation, by'lhesple Pco-iirielore,' AV Rowlaiitl'and S'oii, coriieVof Kirby.sirect,' the � ' first turbiiig ou llie'rigbt ioJIatlon.gardcn, Holboria, Lom-..i.Nhiii; and,'by appointment/b 1 all PcrfumerB �'and >M�iiiciue ,   Vendi'rs.ihrojlgboul Eurorteii - A�.H for EowlaMd'siB'fl, orRowlandi'slPye.-Parlica-laily Dolicc the anJ, as many Impostors sign " Ruwlaudscj)^' THE �10ST CO.MPKBHENSIVE INTEREST TABtfe ; .   .m.THERTO PUBLI.4HB&.     ( This day-is. Kublished,   , .    . A DECfiVI^L INtERE.SI' ,TABLE. con- sirncted on a new principle; exhibiting, on the face of n single sheet, Ihe inlerest of any siiiti fnim It. 10 9,000,00*/. for nay number of days from 1 to SBty, at the rate of 5 per Cent accompanied liy a Pamphlet, conlalaing Explanatory Observations, with Rules fur convirliiig Ihe Decjmals iaiu Money Sterling by inspectinn, iiid shewing the a|ipliraliun of the Tabl� to,any uihrrrale |ierCeol. . By EBENEZER MILLER, Accountant. ** This Table is framed on a principle thai h{la never, before bejBiinllPinptmi. ' lis conciseness, it is lielieveil, will' hardly l>e>qnallr(l by any other Inlerest Tables; while it presents, at one view, the whole substance of what is con-lained iamust of the Tables in common use ; ajnd ils 8�:u'-racy may at once be ascerlained, by inspeclioii. accnrdiog-lu the directions poinu-d out in the Explanatory Observa. lions.   If lins.already been submitted lo |ierson� of the fi�t respertabilily nnd.eminence in those professioos in which a kootyledge of .figures is required, tjnil has received their on. q>l.�lifi,e.l. apflwteijqH, T� Bankera, Accrtiinlaitta, and rneo .Ofeifaafiielw itigetf^rol, it will be fiwnil to �e of much Primed for Oliver and Bnyd. and Manners and Miller, EdioborgJi; aoilG. and W. B. Whiltaker, London. BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY, By OLIVER and BOYD, Edinburgh; and G. and W. B. WHITTAKER, London. MATHEMATICAL E.SSAYS. By thp late WILLIAM SPENCE, Esq. Edited by JOHN F. W. HERSCHEL, Esq. With a brief Memoir of lUc Author, 4to. 11 16s. boards.    ' A SERIES of ENGRAVINGS, representing the Bones of Ihe Human Skeleton, with the Skeletons ofsomeuf the I-ower Animals; by Edward Mitchell, Engraver, Edinburgh. The Explauatory References by John Barclay, M.D. Lecturer on Anatomy, Fellow of. the Royal College of Physicians, and of.the Royal Society of Edinburgh, &c. &c. In 2 vols, iiiiperial 4lo. Two Guineas, or royal 4lo. 3-2s. boards. This Work, the cheapest as well the most complete of Ibe kind ever published in Britain, contains not only accurate copies.of all the elegant Engravings of Sne, illustrative of the Human Skeleton, but also a selection of Figures on the same subject from Albinua, and several Plates from Original Drawings, some of which represent Skeletons of the Lower Animals. , The First Five Books of LIVY'S HISTORY of the SECOND PUNIC WAR, Edited and Illustrated by John Hunter, LL.D. Professor of Humanity in the University of St. Andrew's, with Notes Critical and Explanatory; printed at the St. Andrew's University Press; IZnio. 4s. 6d. bound. A CATECHISM of CHEMISTRY; adapted to those commencing tde study of that Science, ISmu. 23. 6d. boards. This Galechism will be fuund to contain, in a clear and-concentraled.fiirro, the Elementary Principles and PrS^ico of Chemistry, illunlraled by facts ^and experimpnls at oiire,, striking and apposite, many of which are of recent iiitrodut-" lion into \hc science. Whether the Reader wishes lu acquire a general view of the principles of Chero.istry; or to have the means of recalling readily what he may have already studied, Ihe Publishers trnst that he will find this Catechism pecq. liarly useful. Being closely printed with a small and diatiiict tfP^. U Cfliilains a great deal of matter in. Utile cnmpass. "fbeap-paratn%ai)il;exjei;iments described are. Ul.ustraled. l^j-^VoWlr eil'l8,-ifrsig)ee3.alii3'eWcuted'r^^^     work. The LESSONS o|f SADEK, LEOLINE, and P^PfAUR.4, and oiber Poems. By James Crawford Whitehfcfd, 12mo, 6s. boards. "Tlie'Poetry contained in this liltlevolume is. of ^very respectable order. The Author seems to have studied, the works of Lord Byron with an enthusiasm which oalarally led to iniitalion, and, in some instances, he will be found to have made very Aear approaches to his great model. It was nol indeed to be expecleil I hat he should equal the Noble Bard in hold conception and nervous diction; but his verse Is iiiellifluons-^bis expression rich and elegant-and his general style, with the exception of a few instances of quaiotness, extremely pleasing." In Ibe Press,and speedily �ill be published. The MOUNTAIN BARD, consisting of Ballads and Le. gcndary Talcs; by James Hogg, the Ellrick Shephe/d. Third Ediiiou, W4lh corrections and additions{"Niad^axLife of the Anllior, written by himself; foolscap 8va. The .SCRAP BOOK ; containing a Colleclion of amusing and striking Pieces in Prose and Verse, chirfly selected from the Standtril and Floating Literature of the last Tweivs or Fifleeo Years; titgetber with an Introduction, and occasional Remarks and Conlribuliona.   By John M'Diarmid, Author of the Life of William Cowper, Esq. 12mo. ST. AUBIN; or. The Infidel.  In two volumes, 12ino. " Ah me ! the lanrel'd wreath Ih-at murder rears, Blood niirs'd, and water'd by the widow's tears, Seems not an foul, so tainted, and so dread, As waves the uighl-lbade round the sceptic head !" CaMPBGLL. ANSTER FAIR : A Poem, in Six Cantos, with other Poems. By William Tennant. Fourth Edition, foolscap 8vo,\ . \ A NEW TRAVELLING MAP OF ENgIlAND AND WALES; exhibiting the diffcrenl Couiities'j, Towns, Vil-lages, and Stages; Principal and Cross Roads; Hills, Rivers, Canals, &c. conslrncled and drawn with the greatest care.   By John Bell, Land Surveyor. in.suuer royalfulio,,Part4 LandiL micb coolai.imisTwmlyr >JPHE ARCHfTEU'lMlVl'LANTIQUITIES . I of NX)K.>XANOyy iOfi�J�r/i^"^rtn Etchings, r�-presfnling exlerior and iiiterior Vi^ilis, B'evaiions, and De-lull*, of the irbst i:elebr�tetiiiiii n4 tNst'rijiliVeTrotices. ,   This W'orjt will be completfilin Poor Parts, at a:..�'s each; or, Proiif Impressions on IaiIU Paper, Imperial Ifolio, at 5f.5s. each Part. s ..i  . l-ondon: Prinied for .Ji^hii .:�.q. per Secretary A. Mr. Josepli Hai-i'ison......................A. B. P. Glyn, E�q.........................A. John Mangles, Esq. ,............,'.,4.'�.,,,A. James .Mangles, Esq...............A. The Rev. Duke Yonge, per .Messrs. Haares....A. Honourable A. V.Vernon, perdilio   ........A.   C. ft. per (jillu ,.,.......................        1 11. per Durrieii and Co. ,...............-      1 1'. J. per 'I'reasurer......................        5 21 5 2 a 2 1 1 2 i 11 1 1 Mi LmRjfKJMd SpTib Commitslons signid by tite Lord Ctenlenfrnt of the Countg q/.MoiiuioulB. Charles Harrison Powell, Esq. lb be Deputy Lieutenant- dated September 29, 1820. John Partridge, Esq..lu be.dilto-dated as above. Royal Moumoulh Militia. Thomas Walbeoff, Gent, lobe Ensign-dated Seplember 8, 1820. 0 0 o 0 0' 0 0 0 I) 0 0 '6 0 �75 14   0 Disehargcd and [tiiilieved from.varions Prisons. � - 441) Debtors tor tbe sum of....... .......^288   4 II Considered Ihe Cases of........R2 Petitiuoers, Approved..................    ^4 Referrfd for Characters ......   13 Pelitiono, K.jeclcd ..................     i jAmt considerrd 10 Inadmissible, B^uefaclions are recieived by J. Cntnden Neild, E^.. the '-Veasttrer, ,Cheync-wuHf,. Chflsea; also, hj Messrs. Merries, I'.irqaliaf, arid Co. Si. Jfinifs's-streel; '.Irlessrs. tloarcs, FJieet-ureeV; MCTsrs. WhitmOre'ai^d' Cq. Lombard-^lreei ,' Me'ssra." Cui;kB'�; RidgeifanditCb.'ChSfing.dros'siy Me^srisVD'&rrien'avd C^o. Finch-laii!p,Coriihili:;^Mi^�iflaron�er*l6j^!^^ .Meiwif y.efec.niid Ci>' 77. LiimliatdiSlreel j apd liy,5irv.Gifa�ii-:) w>-M, theSrcrclarj;, No. 7, Cfayeii.streelj't^ti^ud, wheri;. iha. Books may be seeu by ihosc who are incliucd lu ApuyrI this' �Charily,'' -i    '      ' "'"'        ' i ." BANKRUPTS. Henry Fell, of Walhrook, London, merchant, lo sue. render.,^ January2, 6, and February 6, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Altorneys, Meisi^. Clarke, Clarke, and Cullington, Little Saint Tbumas Apostle, London. Wade Henry Harrisua, late of Liverpool, spirit.dealer, and now of Farnsfield^ Nottingham, viclui^ller, lo sur. render, January 4,5, and February 6, at ehiven, at the Ram lun, Noltingliarti.~ Attorneys, Mr. W. Ford Slevensun, Lincoln's Inn, Loudon; and Mr. Rigley, Noltingham. Robei^ Offer, of Bathwick, Somerse), plasterer and tiler, to surrender, January 9, 10, -andFebru ary 6, at twelve, at the Greyhound Inn, Bath. Atlumcys, Messrs. Nelhersole and Barron, Essex-slrcel, Strand, Loudon; and Messrs. Evill and Else, Wdod.slreet, Balh. Thomas Edwards, lale of.Alton, Soulhampton, ironmonger, In surrender, January 16, at two, 17, at ten, and February 6, u1 two, at the Swau Inn, Allon. Alloraeya, Mr. Dyne, Lincoln's Ino-fields, London j and Mr. Trimmer, Allon. WilKam Kidd, of Newcastle upon-Tyne, linen-draper, to surrender, January ID, 16, and February 6, at eleven, at the George Inn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne' Attorney^, Messrs. Bell and Brodrick, Bow Church-yard, Cheapside, London; and Mr. Seymour, Newcastle>upoii-Tyne. Thomas Courtney, of ihe Oxford Coffee-house. Strand, Middlesex, coffee-house-keeper, lo surrender, December 30, January 16, at twelve, and Fi-bruary 6, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Alloriicys, Messrs. Dennett, Graves, Baxru-dale, aodTalbam, King's Ar'ms-ynrd, Culcman-street, Lon-dou. ,  Matthew Holl, of Sloke, Co�).enlry,.walch-maker,4p sur-render, January 10, 11, and February ^ at eleven, at the Castle Inn, Coventry.   Al.toineys, Mr. Geui-ge Eldintiods, Exchequer Office of Pleas,,J.incol^'a::lDO, Loodoii j aptl.. Mr. John Carter, Coventry. 'fi-'. . '.  .'oM February 13..   /, Peacock, of B'ilil-allry, JLombard-street, London, merchant, at ten, at iuiuildhall.'' January 16. , T. Clark and C. Gjay/iof Keswick, Cumberland, nurserymen, at twelve, at^iiildhell, London. January 16.   E. Cane, of Battle^Sussex, saddler, at ten, at Guildhall, London, January ]6.  J. Silver and J. Silver, of Siie-lane, London, merchants, at leo, at Goildhall. January 18.  W. Blackburn, late of Blackburn, Lancaster, shopkeeper, at eleven, at the New Inn, Bladcfaurn. February 3. W. Johnson, of Birmingham, tarpauliog.maker, at ooe, at the Royal Hotel, Binhlngha^i. January 27. W. LoughursI, of.Toa.brldge,'-Kent, ironmohgcr; at eleven, at Guildhall, London. January 23. J. Collyer, of Gusport, Southampton, painter and glazier, at twelve, at Mr, VVeddetPs office. Cold Harbour, Gosporl. -      �     J     "February 1. T. Clarke, of West Pennardj^Somerset, cheese^ dealer, at eleven, at the Soioeriet Hot^ Wells, Somerset. January.ie. C. Baltye and T.\f^rUnV of Lawi'ence-Ponnt- ney.hill, London, brokers, at i|Sn{ai Guildhall. February 8. J. J. Watt, late of Ralcliffe-highway, Middlesex, surgeon, at eleven, at Guildlial), London. January 30. S. Amhnrst^le of Market-street, Westminster,' , Middlesex, aad of Weal Farleigb, Kent, brewer, and also ,lale of Uxbridge, Riapl^ejt'^TO       and iron-manufac-�.   turer, Bllen, at.!^rll|lfelf� Lbii'don. January 20..rJc.HitfiSSKgj!ijf Mill-alreet, and of Narrow-wall, Siiri^Jy^giDiKir'iind-iron-founder, at  twelve, at Guildhall, L^bn. January 6. C.A. Ansell,of Carshallon, Surrey, paper-maker, at twelve, at Gnildliajl, London. January 16. W. Affleck, of Berwick-upob.Twced, grocer, at one, at Guildhall, Loudon. '   , January 13. R. Collcns, of Maidstone, Kent, dealer in hop^. at ten, at Guildhall, London. . ' January 13. L. Williami,, late^f: Nicholas-lane, London, merchant, al eleven, at Gu^ldKalU' FebruaryB. C. Hunt, of Mark-ltitiei London, merchant, at eleven, at Guildhall. � February 6. B. Cohen, of Riahopsgate-street, London, merchant, at eleven, al Gnildhall. January 20. W. Hancock, of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, cabinet-maker, at eleven, at;GuilUhall, kondon. January 17. C. Reynolds, of Nb'rKtch, woollen-draper, at four, at the Maid's Head'Inn,>Norwich. January 87. W. Davies, of Birmingbam, brass.founder, at eleven, at the Royal Hotel, Birlningbam. January 27. T. VVaiWick, of Hitcbin, Herts, draper, �i ele-veil, al Gnildhall, London. CERTIFICATES.-Janvary !�. R. Lincoln, of St. Jamea-sireel, Westminster, hatler,-T. Bndileu, of Rochester, Kent, grower,-J. Butters, of Southampton, grocer.-J. Bird, jun.of Kingston-upon-Hull, corn-factor., PARTNERSHIPS PIRSOLVED. E. Dbnald and E. Stenson, of Oxford-street, London, dress makers;" December 23, 1820.-C. Cheade and P. Hashes, of New Kenl.road; gla'ziers; December 21, 1820.- E. Sijiare and., J, Cherry,,of.Cuveolry, painters ; August 4, 1817.-R. V.'Swaine.pf Leeds, Ynik, and J. C. Swaloe, of. Weimar, ia Sakoiiy, woolslaplers-; N.uvember 20, 1820.-;- W. Howard; iiid G. Stevens, of Jumes-iiteeet, Manchester-square, Mi)ild|es�^f bricklayersDecember 18, 1820.i-J. Lawts and TrLawea, of Braxelles, in Holland ; September 10,1620__J. H. Beunet and T. Tims, of \^'9uburn,,Bedfurd, wiitci-inakers; December 20,1820.        ' ' ., 1' .---    Petitions of Insolyent Dgbtous, to be heard ' at ihe Guildhall, Cartnartlieir, in iKeCblintf of CariiiHtihi?!!, on the 2&ih'Uu'y of January, 1831,j m leii o'clocij ill Unsi'uretiooii. Juhri Jamel, late of' Aberystwilb, tjardigansbire, but since nf Llaoachaiarn, in the said jCoiioty, sbopKeepcr. '   Fraotisi Davies, l-itfi! of the 'pai-isb ujf- StPeter, in the countjiof the bojpuph of-Carinarlben,-^ppeiojakpr.       �  - Charles^^urnet^ lale of.the;parish, of Si, Peter, Carqiar-lbeni'hair- |#l. at'ten o'clock iii'this forenoon. Edward Slliot^ lateof Worl(inror(h, I>e^byahi�e, ralocr. . Jmat*\(PtikHant- late at West Tairn,,io Ibe pariab of Siaveley, ^rbyabire, ca�(,m|iier.    . ^     ,   - , "� John Ogle, (be yodoger, late of Bulwell, Nottiogham-shire, btilrher. ' �  -   i';"'    � Richard CniliHg, late of ;Basfard^ Nottinghamtbire,-botcber.       �'' John Dodd, lale of Soatllwetl, Noltlngbamshire, painter. At'Brecon, in tbeCaanly of Bre.con, on tb�'19tii dajof January, 1821, at ten o'�;lock io the forenoon. , , Thoivaa WilfcJnsWapieaff, hkle of Ibe town of Hafk in the County of Brecon, geuliemali. i At the Shire Hiill, Ipswich, in the ?oanty of Suiiblk, dn t�^;S7th dty of Janiipry^ 1881, ai Iwelireso^.iDClc tit noon. ,      , John Garottnii,. isle of'Nocton, in tbe County ot Sulfolk, IWmer,      > . .       , .   ^j.^. , , AMERiCA. ireii lo'diiiie Af the liiat the lime NEW YORK, NOVRMBBB 10. CATTLE S�EW AND FAIR-(SecowD Pa-r.) Owing tO'tbe Wetness of the oaoruing, the visitors were'not so nuinerbns ajsoaths iBrst day of the exhibition. It w�s computed, however, - ihat there might be about 5,000 perfiona on the ground. At pne o'clock, the Address, by Dr. Miichill, was delivered in the large hall to a outDeroag and respectable aiiriience. We have been politely favoured by the Vice-Presideiit with a copy, part of which we subjoin.   It is as follows THE ADDRESS, Delivered at the Exhibition held by the New York County Society for promoting Agriculture and Internal Improvement, on the 8th of November, 1820, at the request of the Managers, by Dr. Samuel L. Mitcbillj' first Vice-President of the Society. " Delightful is the task of addressing you, fellow-citizen!', on lhi� occasion.   The light, heat, and tain, of the seasoTi, have shed their benign iniTu-ence upon our land, crowDini; it with verdure, and loading it wiih produce. The toiob haj receivt-d no more than its ordinary number of tenants, iik consequence of which health and vigour hdve held 'a superiority. Upon.these topics 1 olfer you niy coogratuialions, with the seiiiiments of a mind according with every person present, in offering thanks to God for having permitted us to act a part in this excellent and admirable SPnse, and giseii as ilie will to make known our sensibility and ihankfulnrss fur the blessin|;. " This is no ordinary meeting. I wish, llierefore, ii had been possible for the dintinguished and gallant Gentleman from whom yoU'expected this day's discourse, to have been able^^ dehver it. His pa. rainount-duties, in cundncting the business of his pr6fession,''and adding thereby' force and character .to the nliv^, ^ilKC'piead his e^use. .JVheu the in-tpUigW^ trtrbf otfght tfiat ihfsMvti^i'^tttf dl^vol vp^ upon the persont;;|itiw before'you. It was lo unexi pected, and the tiiiie for priepaialion so?short, that he at 6r3t frit a motive for un apology ;' ipr his prorrssioiml functions reqnit.ed that on this very,: day he should deliver the pitblic lecture iniroduc-lury to his course of Botany and iVJaieria iMedica in oar great and growing schtiool of physic ; but lo decline an invitation to such a repaMl, such an ex-bibition as this 5wa� tepugoanti to his feeling". He could not recoitcile it to himself, connected as he is with this soraety, to be absent, nor called upon as he is to speak, to remain silient. We have ouse to tejoice that so goodly a portion of the habitable i;lobe has iallen lo our lot.' To this nation belongs the vast territory reaching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific; from New York to Astoria, llie whole breadth of the Continefht brtween the countries claimed by Spain ou the one side, and by Great BritaiB, and perhaps Russia, ou the other. Its position is on the DOrthern or favoured henti*-sphere. Astronomy has shown ihat the sun iir~bis annual journey along the road of the ecliptic, dwells longer in the northern than the soHtheni igns of the Zodiac. His s|ay with us is gredter by almost se^en days and ii half than with the people beyond the Equator. This preponderance of smn-hine in thfr course of many ages makes an important.difference in our favour.- / "It is.also a part of our good fwtnne to be phiccd in the middle latitudes, as theyiite termed, that is, betwixt the extrem ^sof tern perat u re. The space b^i^een the parallels of 31 and 48 degrees, compreheqi^ vhe best position-that can be marked out. There the soil ^ears the v^egetables most udapled to wariii, ih cover, 'to nourisli, to recreate, and to improve the human ' race, "^here animal nature apjieai's, with few exceptions, to the greatest advantage, and. above all, iVlan, the lord and sovereign of this sablunary world, in these tracts seemed^o hui'e ailained the higheiit elevation of mental and corporeal power. * These are matters of felicitalionj derived from our geiigraphical situaiioii. Tliere'are ot'tiers of ii moral kind, quite as interesting, and as worthy of -consideration. The free and happy conalitaiiou of the United Stales contains clauses favourable H> agriculture. Congress is thiipeby atitborised to establish an uiiiforoi rule of iiatnralizatioo. The Statutea enacted upon that subject are remarkably hberal. An alien afler a modern lenu of probation,'passes immediately into full ci^snship. The intermediate condition of denizen ia unknown lo our law. ' The advantages resulting to ^migrants l^om s'uch>generooaregulation�, have brought hither great numbers of men practioally acqnaVnted with 'agriQultural arts. Many of these are distinguished fof,Iheir leiirning, virtue, industry, and talents. They have ussigt.ed npt on!y~~to^eople tl�e ecu but to improve ii. For they bVing wvih them nm merely their moiiey io\purchase lands, bnl tlifir libraries, tcientitic apparatus, farming slock, manu-facturinf^ ul�>">U,..inn'd, more than ail, their living skill anil example, > beyond the reach of buo.ks. " The^deter.ininati^uto favour the interests of agVi-foitu're, is sliroiigly expressed in the section wtncli prohibits thi^ inipositidii of tax or^duiy on articles' ekporttd froiii'any State. I uhdersiand therehy a Itrong'regolatinii iii favour of productive indubuy, ,at home. , The Nuiional Legis'aiuie is foibii^ilen , ^o pass a law ttr raising revenue upon esporis, even .for the public treasury, 'iftapj reiueaentotivM frodl UiM city-in . . had arrived Tor fep6�|i|ig,io favour *f�iirdo*e>Hc mAnufactaresv lhi� f(>i^iction. He btrooeW ffttid 8 liiotioiir^o t1i of manurlMcr. The sulphate of lime, known by the famihur names of gypsnm and plaster of Paris, had been n>.ed since the early publicalion of Mr. Wynkoop, ioru fertilizer, iu various places. Though the decuinposthif quality 'of the atmosphere, weakens or sijoils ii� activity in maritime i>itu-alio�s, and a dmnestic vup-..i.,____ k.. _u...!---1 �  --- - �    � �      . .- ply can he obtairy|d iu certain iuiernal distncs,'it is nevertheless declared by;^ the suinse, 'hat ihi-* material which often, at an incons'ilecuble  t, and Jov^lenieuls w-re br.uv^  forwaril, inleUige�ce seteived and diM-eitiii.-vii � , and tli'e various^ piodociioaa, iii.t'jral unu aniriii i of llie fiitid, subjecied to examiimiion. " For proinoti'ig Ibe great objects of internal i" -proveinent inu loore exi�Msive.and particular i^i;-::. lenls. I iier, l,he act nas passed unidcr which we Bi.e.n9-f"-ntry, {bled. It pcduci-s notable effects, fpr il mnvL-CoQ>ideTed us i\iil>e'.bt>g, directing, aiid.greasing; whole niachiuervol'Socieiy, A, nafi ern appi-jTa j h'Avie coiuin^uceo, " The culijvatinn of the soil, at this time s died with aa atitu'iiuii ue�e.r befote-bestowed oh :. The pmprielaTv iVid an �^xcitemeiit not knnwii oniii now. To labo.a^is added calculation ; and lo rj\. culation, skill ; and to skill, economy ; and lo tv.j-iioniy, >)-�tein, 'I'he consequence of suchmetrum -cal ludtfi^fy, i� abuiidanci. Produce is iociea'piJ in quannt^qmuly, und variety. The proMri^in' B'.uveys wiUi. �ii imolion of joy and  pndsj di-   

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