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Annapolis Maryland Gazette And State Register (Newspaper) - July 28, 1825, Annapolis, Maryland 1825. I y a Polf St Hirsi by july 23, log tile a Flat ii it is i a l. Gantt. Esq. Is. Candida unfelt pm Anne Arundel in the violators of a it a but. % amp a erect of Miry land Lohn k b. Emory tree. Appointments j Elf 1823 John k la. A a tourer of the Miv Cerroll Justice of the Grey a it not of county vice John Hen a Tedell. Justice of pm Lew court i Worcester county vice Zydok Purnell it a sri a Clements additions Justice of a pm be for Montgomery county. John ooh Edd Tinnel Justice of the for Ovcen Annex a county Tow Cut of rth clerk of the Council. A a a i a in a a Ltd it ii am Bel Iron l to i Bill lit a Tol vat this in line of j ate a wed it.-1 a �ab1 i an fib a Llyl Ben i ape i ? ail r be Coit i a Filiti Jiu iwo a a w if till iut la a con a cer i but a noted end t Unis jul def cruel a of Ilia Iii the the pc i to a a Nee in Pliz ii a did nut i. Inlet 5 of tip fire at Hudson. I a destructive fire occurred a l York on the a Venin of the 19th Intuit of Crumity thirteen building a Hnein mlle dwelling houses. And one Wool Hanse. A a i Quot 1 weaving factoid end Ham Aud a Tea. Other out House Leif destroyed. The fire originated in a lid to a High it is believed it was do Joti it dlr communicated 5t\on the Sale of sax a Chrep which took place Iii Brighton j on the tub i sunt the sum of 1 dollars a Given Lur a Bam. By judge it Adi Tioy. This was the highest p. Ice Hirn for a ram though Many others brought upward of Joo dollars. The High-,.1 Price Given for a Ewe was 233 dollars. It whole number of sheep disposed of let a a the last Maryland Republican contains la notice lord a Man vote.,�?� Anontine Joseph Howard Esq. A candies in to represent Anne Arundel county in like neat Genet is a re Ubly of this at ate. The Hon. Richan Roan Secretary Kythe Treasury of Hie United states and i v. Arrived in a his City on saturday last. Me editor of the London time con a paragraph noticing a this gentle ii a tip a departure irom England with the lil Owino remark a a or. Kush during Long and important minion to this count a Quot in had the gratification to secure to he unqualified is Leiu of both Mungo Parks journal. Ute foreign paper say that among Oll Ier discoveries recently made in the Interior of Africa by l Cut. Clap Penon after Meea Ifalia exploring the wilds where Mango Park log this life is the journal or of the journal of that celebrated traitor when he last attempted to discover be source of the niger. This will bean incl table pizza. Ogden a found Sun of Lent who had resided for Kume Iii at Riviere de Grace in Canada Jan who a engaged to marry a Young ionian in the neighbourhood a humid a Corpse in his bed on the morning a totalled for his wedding. Key West. An extract of a letter a cd a a ret West june 27, 185,�?� a Aye a a a the sickness is raging Here at present but the complaint is generally. Confined to the labourers employed by the contractors in Clearing the Island of tree Bushes acc. The cause of their being subject to the prevail ipg disease arises simply in my Humble opinion from heir being obliged to drink water Fri a out the various Ponds that Are surround a More or Tass by the Mange Nill a a tree possessing a White Milky substance Aud of a deadly of Tycie Trees extend themselves through Al mild All of these Ponds and As a natural inference the Poison must undoubtedly connect itself with the water. Another proof that tins alone is the sole cause of that disease which has so Long afflicted the Island presents itself from the fact that All those who make use of the pure Cistern water a or water from the neighbouring glands a where the m Tnge Nill tree is not to be found enjoy Good health and Are entirely free from All Tho a sickening feelings which those who me the Spring water Are attended with. I a Contd not. Fear to reside on this key ten years could i always pro cure water from pure Springs. The cause of the key Vve to complaint As it is Here termed has baffled the i Dom of All our physicians who i am surprised have never considered he powerful nature of the Man Genii when these tree Are destroyed and their roots extirpated from the soil then and Only then w w key West he healthy unless its inh jaunts cease from drinking the Spring Wahr. I think the evil might be remedied by Che Pond being filled up or Waler tanks employed for the purpose of bringing water from the neighbouring islands which could be effected at a very trifling Char. Courier. the statements Suhich have been Given of the dreadful state of Spain arg confirmed by recent accounts irom Madrid in Andalusia in particular the crops had completely faded and the in hat Tanto were dying of hunger. Ferdinand had received a memorial from the Cinci pal officers of several Reg Meutz of the Lino in which hey declared that they could not he responsible Tor the Fidelity of the troops unless Means were found to pay them the tracer which were due. It Cern that in Many of the Ca. A y regiments the Deser lion aka hinted to 30 or 40 per Day and that the Banditt had Bern much increased by these desertion the Diligence from ,1/adiid to b ton Chad been twice pills ged within the kit month. Receiving no pay from the National Treasury the Garri sons in the different great owns had begun to intercept its mip plier and to kelp them a elves in the first instance before they Al Lowed any Money to be transmitted to Madrid. Toe troops at Seville began this practice and their example had been followed at b i gov Santander Salamanca and other places. Vet in the midst of this Blate of disorder and anarchy the minis ters of Ferdinand still dreamed of sending out expeditions from c Sti and Corunna for the re Conquest of the mis Erable King had issued decree which outdoes even All his outgoings. The innkeepers were to allow of no political conversation Iii their houses nor the circulation of report of any kind and All pamphlets whatever were to be Given to the authorities. The journal do Commerce in it Cadiz correspondence repeats in rather a positive manner the Rumour of a declaration of Independence in the philippine islands. To. Y. Evening Post. Of i extract Ota letter to the editors of a Lions intelligencer dated fort Erie upper Canada june 27. It stems but a few Days since i wrote to you Horn the Chesapeake Bay and i am Bow in upper Canada sealed All alone on ruins of furl Erie the Irene of Many i Gallant exploit during the late War and by deep Heartfelt emotions Are ind Escrib a wbk. Tie fort looks quite deserted and it Hilly is us. One family and one family it a in Are the tenants it this memorable the Green grass Waves Over the of the departed Brave and Here and nettle sweetest Sweet Briars i Ever saw a a get a ii up to beautify and adorn the fit o be Rose hush u it solitary ruse nit grows near the right has Tiou where f1 i Lent William. My Donough and a Waugh behaved so nobly and where Freres my intrepid Drummond net i me a of Many a Thistle r i is in remain a pics. A it were. Of the Brave caledonian Aho fell in the siege Aud at the Storr Quot s of foil Erie. A Effort to regain Possession of furl which had surrendered to Gen. 1,19 a in july 1814, Sud was then com Sun red by the Brave Gaines was made by e British forces under Lien Drummond a a a a to 15th a ii gun inflowing but the As Mautz were repulsed great laugh hair it a lost nearly 1,000 men in Kil get i wounded and i Lone. S. At onetime a got Possession of the right bastion t a bloody conflict Iii which Many Ais spirit winged its flight to Oiler a this lost bastion was regained by Amtman the commanding officers 4tao of the parties which made the As �?�1, col. Drummond Aud col Scott a been killed and Cut. Fisher having a to Defeated at a very Point the British of a a a to their Camp. M is Harbour at port Erie is said to be a a Good Une bul the Village consists of a p a Millered houses Sud. Like the fort la r a her h00, and desalted appear Quot a be the View. However of Lake Erie j a Len Quot no a Black Rock a tie Ritu nah a Pic a Shore Rem j re Hie Prospect very Beautiful. Remarkable shot. Iii a cd Dent happened one Day a to cow new York in the Leat win ru2 a a a a pfc min shot a l omm to if rth of , after i Hatcat ? y pc of a a min a its purpose upon Lianes re m 4 in Cut Al oms i Quot no a chop Fly changed its direction 4 or Simmon who join shh brok�zr�,.,,-0, Fields the i Toff ,. Three or by fore Teeth i Quot in or. No it a in a a a i la a it re Public a. Pat amp cold water. Boston july 18. On wednesday Forenoon an honest irishman applied at one of our stage offices Lor a birth in the Providence stage. The morn ing stage having departed be requested that a private conveyance might be immediately prepared As he was anxious to leave the City. The bar keeper observing his anxiety and suspecting that he could not meet the expense of a private conveyance a ked him what his hurry a hurry do you mean replied the hibernian is it not a bid Cay you live in Are Yon outgoing to kill the whole race of a in my country one can drink a quart of water and grow fat upon it hut Here a single Glass trips up his heels for naval court martial. Thursday july i. The judge advocate produced the Ort Ginal letter from com. Porter to the pre aident of the United states dated april 17th, 1825, of Whiteh certified copy was presented to the court yesterday and decided to be inadmissible As evidence. On comparing the original with the copy the Only variation appeared to he in the abbreviation of the word a president in the one and its being written at Filiti length in the other in the spelling Ltd the the word a Randall with two Llu in the one and with one it in the other and in the word a april being before 17th in the one and after it in the other. The judge advocate then plated that he had left the certified copies it the other letters at the Navy department for the purple of being com pared with the originate and that he expected the chief clerk with the Originale presently. Com. Porter then Laid before the court a paper id which he stated that the judge advocate having that Day put. Into his hands the originals of his letter to or. Monroe and a rough draft of or. Monroe reply he had no hesitation in admitting their authenticity. Friday july 22 or. Boyle a clerk from the Navy department a was examined by the judge advocate to authenticate a considerable mass of he correspondence a it was understood Between com. Porter and the Navy department the letters were shown to or. Boyle who authenticated the whole As examined copies amp a. The counsel of com. Porter requested to have a a of the papers to proved Bot was answered there was no list made out he then requested to have the letters called Over so that it might be known to the accused what were the identical papers which or Doyle had authenticated and what were to be offered in evidence. This was objected to by the judge advocate Olio remarked that it would be time enough fat the accused to know what the 4etters were when they came to be successively offered in evidence a they became applicable to the various Point of the charge in the a tap of the trial the counsel a pealed to be on the Point of insisting with a Ine earnestness upon the propriety and Neres Siy of knowing instantly what were toe identical papers which id been authenticated by the wit new when at com. Porters particular request the Point was waived. Cum. Porter having Bren called upon by the judge advocate for his questions f called Cross interrogatories to Var Mon Roe. In order that the commission for hit examination might be despatched proceed the same a requested with a pro est annexed to the same reserving All just exceptions to the commission of the authority for the issuing of which or for dispensing with the personal attendance of Lite witness he had no knowledge that having so repeatedly insisted on the necessity of More precise specifications of the circumstances wherein his supposed offence consists and of the Points to which the correspondence of or. Monroe was thought to be material pc. He must be Content with the mysterious and studied silence of the prosecuted in these Points Ste. And under this protest he gave in the required Inu a Satorie to Complete the examination o. Or. Munroe. It was objected by the judge advocate that this protest ought not to be suffered to accompany the interrogatories to or. Monroe but should be separated from them an j attache to the record upon this objection the court was cleared and upon being opened it was found that the protest was to be disposed of As the judge advocate had suggested. It a understood the commission Aud interrogatories were despatched by a special messenger from the Navy department to or Monroe the judge advocate then read the several letters charged As a it insubordinate and disrespectful a and then read com. Forte a printed pamphlet under the charge for publishing the proceedings of the late court of inquiry before the executive had decided what course to pursue on the report of that . Intelligencer. Lawyers argument. In acute lately tried in England where he proper management of hit cause by a lawyer came incidentally into diff no the it no a the lord Chancellor said that our Learned countryman and great moralist or. Johnson speaking of the duties Coon be had to perform had expressed his pm Ion that it was their Doty to argue the cases of their respective client in the Bot manner they were Able for the purpose of forwarding their interest. Iii lordship a Aid he had heard the same great moralist for he Wai Well acquainted with him say that 4-Bun Sal in pleading were bound to state every fact accurately in every cause and to quote every decision they knew of that had any application to it. Ruch was the doctrine Eft or. Johnson and his lordship said he a apprehensive that it had done harm proceeding from to eminent a character but if it had ii was in Conte Tience of his meaning not being perfectly Well understood. Hit opinion was that counsel having stated every Cate and every fact fairly it was to be take ajar of anted that the judge knew better than either of the counsel How to apply the facts and the decision referring to Ihnn and that the judge being in Possession of every thing that was necessary to inform i mind the counsel bad then nothing to do but to argue Al Well and a Strong a they could in favour of the parties they represented . Sugdan observed thai it was cer Taii ily the duty of a counsel to state to the court every Case which he conceived had a bearing upon the matter of the Argil the my but he thought it would be going a great Deal too far to admit that a counsel a hound to state a Case who qua he was con scions made against him a a the lord Chancellor appeared to assent to that proposition fib said he would not enter into the question further but it reminded him of an anecdote on the wet Tern circuit which he would relate when the late or Justice Buller used to quote a Case from hit Book which he thought made for the Side of the question he happened to be supporting sergeant Davy med to say now brother Buller let me look at the other end of your Book to see the Case you have got there Why his excellency 0<wm<c a ump Gove a Ino a of Maryland a Frodl Abi ratios i. Whereat a hts been received by the Edt cub a of said state that a mod crud Ana unprovoked murder w ii committed on the 4th in a ant at Bladensburg a Iii Prince George county on the body of a certain James bridewell by a Man named James Boteler Aud that Hie said Bottier has led from Justice and whereas it is of the first irn por Tance to society that perpetrators of such offence should lie brought consign punishment i have thought mover to Issue this my proclamation and do by and with the r ivies and consent of the Council offer a Reward of going to the mountains for Cool Alit. Extract of a letter Dued Franklin new York july a a i am now at this plat 80 Miles West of Catskill. Yesterday sunday our horses gave out and we were compelled to walk Over the Mountain May 5 Miles and never d d i experience such a Day the thermometer being at Viz on the Summit of the Montain. The oldest inhabitant nay that a Uch excessive heat was never before known. The higher we ascended the hot ter it grew until we became almost an located i shall return shortly to the Mozilla it House for Cool air and it not successful shall hasten Back to new York Lur a Cool Breeze. Natural life of tree. There Are various opinions respecting the full age or natural life of tree. The Lew allowing instances will Abow the length of Lime which tree have been known to exist or. Gralyne and others in glue that Froin 300 to 400 year Turin the natural file of the Oak tree an Oak a felled in april 1791, in the Park of sir John Rush out bait at North Wick near blackly in voice term hire England judged to be about 3j0 years old it was to tautly sound a contained 631 cubical eel of Limber in the trunk Aid the Arnix were raid lated at zoo fret More. In or Gilpin work on Tai est scenery there is an account of Oak tree in the new tut est which had Malk of existence Belove the time of the Conquest. The tree in the Saginc Forest against which the an of of sir William in Nel glanced and killed King William Rulus remain still a tree though much mutilated Llu or. Robert lows a View of the agriculture of noting Hamshire several tree Are a Aid to have been lately felled in Sherwood Forest which were found to have Cut in them i it or in it Rex and some had a Crown Over the letter or. Me Villiam in his a essay on dry rot a one till farther he say that Many Trees might be mentioned in thie and Oiler countries which Bear Rufli Mienl testimony of their being far above i0�o0 years old and he gives reasons for believing that several Trees now a Xii to above a Bree thousand year old the Duke of York. W in the course of a debate Iii the British House of commons on the a Titi May or. Brougham speaking of the finance of the Royal family said a a a there was the Duke of York whose income was so far below his expenditure whose circumstances were so incompetent to support the dignity of his High station who was so much overwhelmed by debt fit embarrassment that his property a every Day subject to execution who could not go even to a common horse race course without seeing his coach and horses taken from him for debt and who was so often thrown into difficulties which any private gentleman would chink degrading and Dis Graceful. The weather according to the observations made in new York the hottest Day of the a react season was thursday last the 21st. A thermometer in Wall Street in a Cool situation it is pre sliced Rose to 92, and so remained for several hours six persons died in that City on thursday by drinking cold water. In Philadelphia on thursday two men fell dead in the Street ova come with the heat. 230 dollars to any Parson or Parsons who shall apprehend the said Jitney Boteler Ami Lodge him in any a sol so that he May be brought to Justice. Given under my hand and the great a a it Seal of the state of Mary land this Twenty third Day a of july in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and Twenty live. Samuel Stevens. By Ilia Excelle icy a command twos. Culb re the. Clerk of the Council. % description of the murderer a he is an irishman by birth six feet High a full red face somewhat freckled Short red hair stammers a i tile in his speech limps a Little and has rather a had countenance. Ordered that the foregoing be published once a week for six weeks Iii the Marland Republican and Mary land Gazette Annapolis the Patriot and Falera Gazette Baltimore and National intelligencer Washington. A by Law respecting debt due the corp Erotido a to it established and ordained by the mayor recorder aldermen arid common Council of the City of Annapolis that the treasurer shall not be authorised to pay any officer or other person being a debtor of the corporation any salary or other claim against the corporation till he shall first have deducted the amount duo by such officer or other persons to the corporation Richard Harwood of Tho. V mayor. Valuable land Poh Sak by virtue of a decree of the court of chancery will be disposed of at Public Sale on thursday the 8th Day of september if fair of not on the next fair Day thereafter the farm of the late Jolt Gibson Esquire called a the seven mountains�99 this property is situate in Anne Arundel county on the North Side of Marothy River and immediately on the Shore of the Chesapeake Bay a bout seventeen Miles from Baltimore and eight from Annapolis the soil is Fertile and abundantly stocked with Timber and is peculiarly Well adapted to the culture of Indian Corn and tobacco and All the products of a Gar Den it bears every variety of the Best and earliest vegetables and it proximity to Baltimore and the convenient water transportation which its situation affords give it advantages a a Market farm that few place possess it abounds with delicious grapes and the choicest grafted fruit Trees in full bearing. These have been collected with great Cate and Are now in a flourishing condition. The water by which Lite place is almost surrounded and a fishpond that has been made at considerable expense afford Lith and crabs in the utmost abundance and there is always during die Winter a plentiful Supply of waterfowl and the other Ordinary game of the country. There Are also on the farm a few fallow sides the advantages which this estate offers to persons who derive their support from agricultural pursuits the extraordinary Beauty of the situation and the facilities which it furnishes for tile enjoy nent of Rural sports would Randor it a delightful Retreat for a Man of Fortune. The i my will. Tor the accommodation of pure haners be divided into Pyrce a of about two Hundred and fifty acres each every part being bounded on one Side by the water the terms of Sale Are one third Cash and the residue to be paid in three equal Annua instalments Bonds with approved Security will be required for the payment of that portion of the Purchase Money re which credit is a allowed. On the payment of the who a Purchase Money conveyances of the land will be executed. The Sale will take place on the premises. Addison Ridout trustee. To. A High Steeple the highest Steeple in England a that of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury which in a ure from the ground to the vane 135 Yard or 403 feet. It is boasted of this edifice As Many Days As in our year there be so Many windows in our Church we see As Many Marble plur there appear a there Ere hours throughout the fleeting year at Many Gates As Moons one year do View strange tale to Tell yet not More strange than True this Church was 42 year in building and has an Organ 20 tact Broad by 40 tact High with 50 stops which Are 13 More than that of St. Paul a London. Milledgeville july 12. The Georgia commissioners have re turned from the Council held with the in Dian at broken Arrow and we Are inform cd Gen gains had not effected a reconciliation Between the Friendly and hostile parties. Week before last Twell Parsons died in Boston and ibid Bree m new York from drinking cold a it u a Lafayette chirps attention you Are or dec a to Parade on your usual Parade ground to Morrow a evening at five of clock in bul Dietliker order. By order. J. La Bright o s. Thursday july 38. Notice is hereby Given that the subscriber his obtained. From Tho orphan court of Anno Arundel county letters of administration with the Wilt annexed of the personal estate of Ducebella Simpson late of said county deceased a la persons having claims against said estate Are hereby requested to present them legally authenticated and those indebted my mgt be immediate payment. J Edward Dubois adm a. Ju/28, 1825. 3w. Metropolis protectors. You Are hereby ordered to Parade for company exercise in major we a Hall a Field on the Road leading from the free school to Tho governors Bridge on saturday the 6th Day of August at to o clock in Lull uniform with arms and acc outre me a is in Complete older. By order of the Captain Caleb Dorsey orderly sergeant. July 28. J to land for Sale. The subscriber offers for Sale two Hun dred Aud seventy fit a acts of land in an be Arrindel county lying a on the paiute a River one mile us love cite ii Anne. On the above land there Ere three Small Telic Mentz a Good Mill seat and abundance of Wood pc. This lend will he sold on Zacconi modelling term. Persons wishing to Pur chm will Call on the a us scribe living near the premises if this land is not sold at private Sale before the 10th Day of october next it with on that Day be uttered at Public Sale. Anner. Plummer. July 2�. To / state of Maryland so. Aunt Arundel county. Orphans court july 23, 1825. On application by petition of John Osbourn administrator of plan Cir Osbourn late of Anne a Rondel county deceased it is ordered that Hejl Ive the notice required by Law for creditors so exhibit their claims against the said deceased and that the same a published once in each week for the space of is successive weeks in the Maryland Gazette. Thomas la Hall Reg. Of jul a. A. County. Notice is hereby Given that the subscribe of Anne Arundel county hath obtained from the orphans court of Anne Arundel county in my. Letters of administration on the personal estate of Francis Osbourn late of Anne Arundel county deceased. A Pepons having claim against the said ceased Are hereby warned to exp let the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber it or before the 2d Day of february next they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit of the said estate. Given under my Hind thu �23d Day of july 1825. John Osbourn. Adm a. July 28. _. 6w

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