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Cincinnati Emporium (Newspaper) - August 10, 1826, Cincinnati, Ohio fwi anii    «curitf    in roch mn» con- iMfiíivü for rat fiutbrul (ÉicUif)$e of the dutiei th« city couhoil iBtf front tfoH to tiw (lilpeot; and in all caaes áot herein befare pruTÍiloá tin: they tfaall re«(Hictivcly be el lowed and raceive wch fee* and compensatioa fof their service!, and be liable to sach fines, Mtoalties and fi>rféitures for negligeooe, care-k’-nett, misconduct in oAcd, and violation of 4Íttty, as the said city conncil shall by ordinance determine: /Voeided, That the said Mayor, wbdt perforating such liutjes and exercising •mmh powers, as coose witbio’the jurisdiction of justice* of the peace for tfa# township of Cin ciunuti shall be entitled to the same fe^ and -no more, ai are allowed bf' |av-to juitioes of the peace. Sec. f I. That whdliem the ofiSce of mayor, aldernan, trustee, OMirsbai, t.nasarer, or other elective r^cer, in and by this act specified or provtdMi for, sbull become vacant by death, rt « ii^iition, removal, or otherurise, it shall be the odtity of.the city cowncil, as soon as may be, to appeiut tome suitable person liávtug the reqni-fute qualificatioiM to fiUsueb vaeaney; and the iwrson so appointed shall contiDQein offioe until the first Monday of A.prU fbHowiog, and fintil hit suocatsor shall be cm littd in case of sickness or temporary a ttKall mnv lolen andaualified'; abseneeof w%m «SB    V»    ~    j    ^ « May or, the city conncil shall appoint on*‘ <»f the aldermen to perform the duties of that <lCo« daring such sickn’est or temporaiy ab-ifoace, who ^all be obeyed and respected ac cordiogly: But ik> appointoMnt shall be made Ihy the cttycouoctl under this act ofaay offcer ®r agent of said city, or to fill any vacancy thereof, withont the ooncurrence of a majority all the mefflbert: and the names of all the , aikintHMrf prevent, together with the ii^we of ’ the person voted for on *ncb appamtment,sbaM 1)8 entered on the journal of the bouncil, against etch other respeetively ‘ Ser. tiTTlmt in all electfona for city offcers ;,shaU bethe dutyof the Mayor.to i«»uo a probation to thequaiified voters of said citv, §ie of the respective wards, os the case ire, srtUng fortfa the time of sucbeiec-ulaes or places where the same shall be ofiicer or officers to be chosen, im<t cause such proclamation to he published in two of the nevspapers printed io said citv, at least ten days previous to such electiou; andeyprjr SMcb eivctiun shall be opened between the hoars of nine and ten o’clock in the forenoon, and oontinite opeo until foar o’clock in the after-he ot*nd«cted agrei . ra>oh,&Bdtfigllinaufnitia*«. ably to the laws regulating toaíüdiípeiecin».., for the time being: and it shall be the fluty of the Judges of such electiou, in the different 'W>ds, within two days thereafter, to make and flirect the returns thePFHjf to the Mayor of 9.ii-! city, at bis office, in the same manner (hat dec tioo returns are reqnired to be made to the clerk *    ----K» tKo »niitÍMl cil übhU bnve snfe and nidutuW pfté-cr of determintng the nu(nl>ei of juatictHi of the peace, fence viewetn to be dected Hi éáidclt). Sec. 24, That each find every white male inbabitant above the a^e of twenty-lone yean, having the qualihcatjon of an ¡elector for members of the General As-seinUy state of Ohi^aod having residí iatbe city one vttfr^cedii^ the eleoljoiK^mU be entiM to vote in the wafd1oVhfeh1ie155y-i^^ Mayor, AfdenHaa, Trustees, Marsbal, Treasurer, and sdeb other officer or office(s as in and by this act are directed to chosen by the qualified voters of said cffy, or of the respective wards therein; and all others, ,which by public ordinance may l*e requir-ied to be so chosen or elected ; and no |ier jsoit shall be capabté of boldiog any office dnder the governffient of said city who has not resided therein and been an mha bitant thereof at least one year next preceding his election or appointmem; And DO person shall be eligible to the officé Of Mayor, Alderman, Marsha),, Trea-drOr or Trustee, who shall not have resided in said city and been an inhabitant there of three years next preceding his eiectioa |ov appointment. Sec, 25, That the Mayor, Aldermen, ^nd Mttrshal now in office io said city, shall remain and confinue io their respee live office*, and }>erform the duties iht-re-of, until the first Monday in April, in the year eighteen hundred anti iwenty seven, and until their voccessors shall be duly elected and qualified; and all laws and or ¡dinances now in force in said city shall (continue in lorcc until altered or repealet’ by the city council established by this act Prerided, That nothing in this act f hall be so construed as to restrain or prevent the General Assemtdy from amending or alter ing the same whoever they shall deem it expedient, by expiess enactment referring to this act. j Sec 26. Thar this act shall be taken and received m all courts and by all judg es, magistrates; and other puhiic ómCCí?; as a public act. and all printed copies of 'the same whicu ^^ebrinied by qp under the authority of the General Assem biy, shall be admitted as good evidence thereof, without auy other proof wbalso ever. WmC’ófiy. Smitbi Ciuiam Orry CoukwrkhC Benjamin Cná»-^ Daniel Cpwril IV» ^CiSbeg John^Cuu^r Robert Cowley Alexander Glafit jMoses Qoffin SaJjy^ongiM» (Jesse LDupny I'rederick Dei^ Sumnel Devoir* Krcflerick, Dror dimeon Dolpb Mr Drydeu H Deuves Esq Win DoutbwaÜe g Wm Deaver llairey Driver Aitgustinn Efowdwtr Elizabeth Dixon Wm Dennison Mr Danglade “ Rev Jtihii F Ourbiai Richard Dunout Wm B Dodson Jaeub Dowle Sencoa S Dwineli Hannah B Dare Eliza Dille^ot )' George Downer Abraham Dwter Mary Darse j MiiB BnnnahUCnglisii (James Edgar p Mr Eversuil ' Abraham Eversole Robert Edgwoftb Wm Edwards f est lire 2-les PrBttr ' foKft ICiUf? L C Lehman , Thomas Loftg ’ Wm Long Gedlge Eloyd Patrick Lann Elizabeth Tiudlum Joza^-d Lodge C Iimurent2 Henry Lewis John Latta Henry Laiiihart Isaac Lincoln Miss ElcBor ^nw Samuel Lowoy Re^n B l^ghtfoot E I^wDson Josiah LewiaS Littleberry Leftrili» M Archibald Mngill Wm Mullen George C Miller 2 Hezckiah Matson George Mathews 2 Wm Moor Wm Medford . Isaac Morgan Samuel Misron Arthur Martin M Miles Wm P Monfort Charles Munday Adam Musclmau Jqbn Mills John Morris John Mihlam James Marshal 2 Francis Murdock To the care of P Miin»-dy for John Ljnchf James Marshall Thomas Mitchell Robert Moms ^ Wm Murry 2 Charles T Meynck Elizabeth Myers George Monll Alford L Moore Cí/WL\7íAfí,JlüGUST 1C, im. AVe are authorised to amttmne* Moj. WIL LI AM OLI VER as a candidate ftir the office of SlfUltFF at the October e|ectKin. We arc also authorised to state he has forwarded his resignation of the appointment of Receiver of! Public Mouics at Piqua, to the Secretary of Ticasury. f Mm Bnowwt—Oblige your friends by publishing the name of JOHN C. AVERY, as » suitable IFFAL »ioa reiuras ar»; r«^uii,ru ,v.  _______ in all electioas of Mayor, the returns thereof ‘«corporate the town of Cincinoati,” shall be made and directed to the president ot jPf^^sed the leiilb ot January, in the year lomhippn hundred an'r tifteen; the Act en •M«1S« s#v uoaawav* *«•••»       ^ the city council: And the said Mayor, or th president of the city council, as the case may be, shall, witbin five days after any such election, in the presence of one or more of the Al-dermen of said city, open the returns which have been so made to him as aforesaid, and ahull make an abstractor all the votes, and filr the same with the city clerk, who shall inHke a !^cord thereof in a book to be kept by him for that purpose, and tbe oeraon or persons having the hiehest number of votes, «hall be declare) duly elected: But if from any cause thequali * fie*l voters of said city, or of th*- respective Wards, as the case roar be, shouM fail to effect any election, at the time and m the mar.uer a* herein provided, tihe Mayor shah forthwith iVoe his proclamation for a second or other electi» , which ir all things shall be notified conducted, and reg tinted, and the returns thereof mat.t r.i in and by this act is orescribvd; and the person or persons who shall be cbo-'en at any such se cond or other election, ffiatt hold his or thor office until tbe next stated r«riod for the ch-ire ft successor or soccessors,^ ^nd it shall be the doty of said Mayor, or tbe President of the citv ^unctl, as the case may be^ immet^iately to •Motiff such person or person* as may be *i, -clectéd at aforMgiShpf bis or the*r election, by «aukiiig a wrú^h notice thereof to he served upon him or mem^y the city Mftrsfaal nr his deputy; andevery person soch<sen or elected as aforesaid, shall, within ten •Iv.ys after his election, cause himself to be qnaf^d to entor upon the dutiesof his office, and in dr foult there 01 tbe office to w^ich he shall have been so elect ed shall be deemed and considered in the law to ^be vacant: And it shall be tbe duty of the city pouDcil to prescribe tbe time and manuor, and provide the place of bolding all elections io «aid * city for city officers, and of making (be return» thereof not herein otherwise directed and pre scribed. Sec. 23. That all the (ownship.offices in tbe township of Citi^innati, exce^ing jjftly the ffffltsfis of justicVof the peac^ fence viewersHwd constable, shall be and the same are hewy abolished; and d) rights, claims, ar^ demands of the T< astees of said township, and all the real an > petsoQul estate held by them, shad He and the ^amp are hereb» tiansti rred to a»ul veste i in the -City uf Cinrmnati,” ajtd shall henceforth be held by said citv, subject »o the provisions df the * A< ’ es tabli«hiog a Cotimjcrcial Hospital and Lun.itV Asylum fur the 4ate of Ohio,*’ and all other laws ot he state; and ;*ll the powers vested in and duties impused up on said Trustees, in end by said act, and same are hereby repealed ail other laws of 'he state, shall be and hereby are transferred to, vested in, and imposed upon the suid city council, andj shall hereafter l>e exercised and dtschar ged under the direction of the said city council in all respects, as in and by the provisions of said acts and laws the said Trustees for the time being are authorized and directed to exercise and discharge the same: And all the money arising under the provisions of “ An Act levying a Tax upon Saks at Auction,and appropriated to tbe use of the said Commercial Hospital and Lunatic Asylum, shall here atWr be paid into the hands of the trea iurer of said city, and shall be kept as a separate fund, and be applied to the ii*e of the Ho*pital and Aiyluro, according to the provisionsnt the said Act ritabli«niiig the same; gnd aH tbe money and funds unde I the control of the said Trustees, and money, funds, bcoki, and papers in llic hands of the township treasurer shall ibrthwitfi be drliverfid to the trewSafer of said city; and all the books and paper* in the hands of the township clerk mNmII forthwith berfetivereil In the clerk of the city; and all Hctmns. suits, and controversies now de(>ending for or aguinst the -aid trusters mayHe prosecuted qr defended lb (be name of the said (rustiws is final judgment Hnd execution In the same man-nei as if ths sikI offioe of Itustec had not eighteen hundred ao i fifteen; the Act en titleil “ An Act to amend the Act entitled An A t to Mcurporate the town of Cinciu-nati,’’’ paáeed the fifth cay of February, in the year eighte n hundred and nine, teen; 'he Act e titled “An Act further to amend the Act entitled ‘An Act lo incor-pi rate the town of Ciucion'jti,’ ” passed the twcnty-nmih day of January, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty-one; [and all iaw»> and )a^t^ of laws inconsistent with tbeprcvisicns oi this act, be,and the same are hereby repealed. iñasj'^ A    O JP    LSTTBBS Remaining in Vtx i'uil ijfice at CíMcinnati^ an the Lri i,/ ^tugHtt. OCr    ftailiB¿    I )r. the» letten irere- qutfsted to Hit} they aiv advertisetL Ja»fct Gatbrec Orr^ Green ^ (»ri*jith Goodwin J^uius Gunsaius Josi.p/j Ji Gates J- >■ G on Jon baiUj Garnson h Graham Daviy Gnard Hrary Gregory Jose,)h GouJeu V iíh.iígton Gilbert M)k‘i Greenwood ^ trlotte Garrison ' J <rvis Gafford H lit <iry E Hopkins t ai ilartsboriie J fon tJayus Sauiuel Hill i étouiHS Hamptoo 'hctiud i'eylaiid Lucy llili or Wilber Earl 2 yj lioroer t. iii/icbkiss Anii.ouy Harkness ^auiuei .vl Hughey Li O il»j (laufifoil G HaiuJio Keu^.jit Jiawkios Wmm r i latch lU uu.yoke A.iCii lumdtoa Kuü< It Hutolikou Aju.,r.ao ilulderimm Ltiu» Huiiu ■Lloiifi Iternn :)iuiuet lie:>tand till ,1 A Hopk US ituihilton './•■aial llhys Eluahiih 1' Hamilton I' iti liyz.r ‘■ii'r.ihl li.iusty Í lli-iigi-s A W C Anderson 3 Enoch Aiidcr.^on Jouii Alk'u 1’ M Allyii Eaij. 4 Isaac A AoaiOj Mr- Adam* Gcotge allor J aoub Amhroze btfphen *usiiu Thoiu^ Adiiiiis FuUy A.A^i^o Colvin A»bi7ñT2 Gabriel .Cbimm 1 uomap Í' dfjttou Darius iriisley iViictiahl 11 Wm tif) ;e Wm dU'hr Lewis IkW' i Dav. ' I' j : .1 Emr. C aarúi: » rh<...ja» >r EvU.l iieiiry iliu Marina Cor'. Charles i'**! J' Lev. k Or«‘. 'on ; Enocii Bull* -Peter Bi taer Jacob Brow-Jobn Biis* W III BriiiwiioU Cleiiunt W burt Alexii.uler or Mar;.'-! J>rjwa Jo>iUuk btidwell iiari.i't Uei'diii; John I. van Wo-xiroili B'?u iy Mi»s Eliza Braütor'l John butcher .hark* W I Philip Cuk( ^incs M C Vlr Cuchra Wm Carioi '^muuel b«*Its Cu ban lie burn* Mrs Mow. r* Ezra Bisiiup George W bull C Alexander Crawioni Mi*« Nancy I ro*%oa Caroiiue Cooper Cyru» Cortin EtiZiilielh (.dement -Tuciuu Calvil o -hark* W Ckiui-'Dl Cuke orlisle Cochran   »n I'hoiNas Colvin Jo^iii Carr George P Covert Joshua Critchlkld • Hr (^«Tric Drniii* Clark Rotx-rt Colman Jniiie* Clark David B Ch»*i; si lloraej* Cook Capt » D Conner .'^amurl W fdarksoti Guilford Colrniaii Kiehuril Corbin Dnvid Cary (i It ( kswKlino J (Jouvcft J Win Celf Crotffiffd . JoliU 1 , I tugtliioll aiiir- H)iidmanJr I Iioover Mr M.irMiu.*-Jotiii il- 11 ,011 111 Auo Cap Job; Itinter Jiiini. if Kbeii' /i-r A :*’ii Akxii idei|irwiii tieorge VV licP.ud ¿ J Ingram iiuiiton nitoii Ixah Join Aon hiolun 2 ihllHMI boi.es dun Jolinnm Esq. •lll>K>U Fairis* (hMpRa^Lonisa Mongromary fJarklonN Fuiy 3 David MoW Jane Morris Elisha Mills 2 Daniel Mulfond Calvin Marble Thomas MjtcheU Vincent Marsball Catharine Moore Letitia Merit Mck’s JimC* McCume Lavinai-.'lcGaw Squire W McC»^fe Charles B McKoiT Adam McCormick Robert McCuliuck 2 Wm McConnell Aléxander McGrew Mary McKnigbt Jnmes McGuire Francis McGrakin McGaw James McClean Wm McGill Thomas McSbane Minaret McLeo»' John McGary Thomas McCormick Wm McCammon J McGouin l(obert 'McEvers James Senipie Daniel Smith Benjamin Sayre Henry Starr 2 Barbara O SnUivan Samuel S Smith Alexander Stewart Wm W Southgate Jacob Strader Joseph Shipley Arnold Smith Sarah Ann Stibbs Henry Sealy Joseph T Sparks Henry cuIUvan CbarferSecley Wm Saunders T Elias T Fisher John jPolger Wm F inn John Forulef Marsh Fenton Johtirfo»lil»n [John Foste»*.^*'! Elixa li FuUcrtu? James Farfisworth Orrin Fuller James Farrell Joseph Kurd George Fletcher Lemuel Flowers Wm Flint 1. G Henry Onssaway 3 Rliior Grace Vict«r Gates 2 Perry Gates 2 Parsons Gorhnm George F Green George B Gilil Tvrry Gunn James Gilman Rasselas Gates Jame» Griffin James 11 Gilbert Wm Gniew Richard Gayan Richard Mclnder Peter McNicholl N Morgan Nevil David A Nelson Mary Neff Elijah Northn John D ^ehol* John Nit^n r I Newhoo* O Joet Otney 2 Ebentízér Ob^r George Oats RIcbard £ Putney 2 George Porter Joseph Potter John Porekdt Sally Pierce Mary Potta William Perduo Isaac Paxton John Pute Wm T Phillips . Henry Pearce Ebenezer Pierson Lucy Perrie Thomas Fierce | David Pollock I'SamuerPeai'son James Pat-crsoa J W Place Martanus Phiiop Mr Pigeon Mrs David Prootfou Wm Prcsson Muse* Pi^ef Erastus ífoor JSahcy Q Mrs M A B Quin ' R John Itcigoer ' Wilks Keigan Miss .Serina A Rase Jehu W Richardson Rebecca Rust Samu^k Robinson Neal Howell Danuei Rayiiur 2 U I Reeder i 0 Uaymoud Gutharine llonch Patrick Roark M Kobrer 1 Ruben Read Henry Redz Jucol) Ri aaar fitcfi    And    the    laid    cily    cotin-j    brown    Conm* K'liif rt j.diii or TenaBt|jli*s Eucia.is Uidrr Jolm Kobley Sauioci ii Row rhomas H Row Thoiuiw Ilichardji^o Juiucs Russrl Frederick Ri-w S i'boma* B Smk Joitu Sliiicki'ord I i'amind Hpotts Harvey Hhiirp liMiHc .XrUon I JiiOH*» dhriver 4 John Stone , Isaac -itiimonf I John rhaiv Robert '<oiider hi /M Spinning r rrStreed Ju-i jjh Settle John Stumpli I >tepln n Shuiik*! John C Shwajidifr Mits Mary L bin Wm Bhipinati Dolly Sargent Johu S|iriiifer Henry Slruhman liraif Starlin Lliuiheth Htimpls Patrirk Smiih 2 Gei.fg. W Stcvl iiij»ii!i ‘'tnjrg Joiifillitn Stewai H ilUaiu SUiwkn Folwiird C k J Ji t iBii llin VN m II Joint U Held, r Janir». i Oeoru, .1, Alfred ),u Warrtif Jamo» K BnmurJ Kirkhnm PhilipnirnHdy er Jai Rmg Jamr^ Kennedy John jf Keys John /lie-own L K.f t Win CampbeU Tarr Abraham M Tamer Augustus Terty John I'bompsoi Martha Thompson Gepw Taylor 2 Peter Taylor Morris Townsend Sumuel Timberlake Efcbina 'Frcscott 2 Jane Turner John lliarp John or Susannah Tay lori Wm Tomer " Samuel A Thompson Jphn ruliis2 lieiiry Tompkins 2 Mary Tibbies Wm Templeton Maülda-S Tipton 2 Joseph Taylor Jacob Tice Huniifth Thomas Margaret Turner D H Vail Jeremiah Vinoent Alphard Vandevent Benjamin Vanpdt; M H Vandyke Hasting! Utley W Elsoy Wyatt Asahel Wilson A Whit® Seth WhalcD John Wood SuiuiDvr Whippl® Alexander Walworth Nancy Williams Cblue H'uJtoii Enos W'oodrulT 2* George White James Whitaker Joseph B Wt»o<lw*r4 Kidianl Wilkms Ira White Andrew Waits Andrew Wayt James WTIkiiiaon Samuel WtKxlmanc® Edward F Walpolo Creorge L Whiln Otarufs White John WalU Neheminh WeKOt Auny Waahiagtu* Jacob Waters Bleithen Wheeler David P Williams Baldwin Warner John Walker iMtbiiJoaeph H Wood Itobeit B Woodv'orth J U WiUiatDsoo Folly Water* Aleaander H Wells Nulhaaiel A Ware 2 Cvieb White riiotOP Waum ^ V John Vutiug Fimncis Yoeng % IfM, suitable person to be sapported for the SHEA' TTf at the next election. To T»£ Editor or ths Empobium* Sir.—Circhmstonces, altogether independent of personal consideaaMbhs, make it profer for me to decline being longer regarded as a Ca^diflate fora seat in the Twentieth Congress. The full and deliberate conviction thaHlhe interest* of our common country (whieb^ in ray bumble judgment, are ensbrared, en^haíícmUj, inthe TOi.tct of the present ADniinsTRATioii of the Generad Government,) may be more effectually promoted by the selection of some other individual than myself as a candidate In opposition to the^present ínctimbeirt, for the exalted station referred to, wouW alone be solfi-cient to determine'me in the course^iuggested. That poUci/ will, in my^tnion, engage the candid attsntion of every citifoq, who, in his judgment upon its teal merits, is mflaenced more by a regard to the iheatiireo it nioposes, than by a prejudiced ig^reiice to (m men to whom the constítutecPauthorities of the country have entrusted iD administration As a freeman,/lowever htmble^ 1 have a right, and I dare, to say, that those men have my confidence, because their fecasurcs have my approbation; and I should feel that I were ddng injustice to myself and to the friends whose partiality has suggested my name to tbe cpnsider«Uon of the public, were I, voluntarily, to continue in a relation to tbepn». out canvass, which, by ita possible infiuence to distract the public mind, in however small a degree, might occasion a result in (he election hostile to what I conceive to be the true inter ests of the couBtry and tbe district. I am, very respectftilly, Sir, your oboditBt servant,    WILLIAM    GREENE. Cincinnati, Aug. 8,1828.    \ CINOvNDftTT BIBLE SOCIETY. Agreeably (o publidDOtice, the twelffib anniversary m^eiro|g of ffie Cinciuuati, Miami Bible Society, took place on Monday evening last in the Baptist church; which was openetT by the President, Dr. Wilson, 1^ reading the 62d Chap. of Isaiah,    Report    of the managers wax read, after which a very appropriate and impressive Address was delivered by B. Storer, Esq. to a large and attentive auditory. The following persons were ehasenas Managers of the Society for the ensuing year, to wit: Rev. Dr. Wilson^ Rev. Dr. Bithop^ Rev. Pro/eisor Slaekj Rev. Mr. J. JohruUin, Rev. Dr. C* B.JiPKee,Mayor /. G. Rvtr-netijJ, Gestf E. P.Langdon. H. Miikr, Jno. 5itnro»i Jno. Joliy^ Geo. Graham, Ja». M'¡nitre. The exercises were closed by tbe Rev. Mr. Challen From tbe number of persons present, and the colieciions on the occasion, we anticipate morw prosperity and succe* than for some years past. Louietana Election The Baton Rouge Gazette, of (be 8th ult. contains a return from seven parishes of the Baton Rouge congressional district, which gives Mr. (rwr/cy, the present representative, a majority of 140 votes over his opponent. Col. fV. &. Hamilton. As but two parishes remain to be heard from, it is quite probable that Jfr. Gurley is re-elected. Mr. Gurley isa friend of the administration; and Col. Ilamilton a warm supuor Icr of Gen. Jackson, We further learn from tbe New Or leans’ papers that Messrs. Livinoston, Gurley and Brent have been re elected to Congress from the Stale of Louisiana. cuiiiivui Bcrvr-* names teive at hasstieever :! It ni»y he r needee assis I «6 uRen repttlii it «hr they had beedmé at faoDlbi ífiétehcM words ” Their fiiglrpríde of character, their boast ot tbeir Washington, their JeflhrsoQ» Iheir Madtsoo. their Munroe, their Patrick Henry, asd tbtif Wurt^ have all been used to support the chivalrous character of the “old doipi^ ton.”    n    J    . Sound is Of^iking, tuitfakce (pother. The little spot of eaitfi upon jaMch those great men were bom, is included within (he koondaries of Virginia. She háa been benefitted by'their eminent aervt-|cei, paid she clings to tbeir names tig Wor to the state. But what done for eithert Nothing! end that they have never needeti assisl taece. Tree, but, if they had, would Virginia have lent it? The only instance that has offered iMelf for her generosity^ is that of the venerated Jefferson. And what has been the coarse pursued with him. Instead of relievbgbisDecesiiitieB in the most delicate mannér, they published it to the world, that be was *‘poor,’^ incessently dunned by bis creditors, that, bb private mahiion must be seld to satisfy the demands of a few ghousand dollars, unless tbe public would do something' for hb relief. A lottery (a species oC imbling) was propused by the noble irginihos fur his relief, and by bfird scrabbling i( was passed through tbe^ legislature. The news spread m the Ea-ropean papers, made .remarks upoor it, societies whs foined in the variont States for his relief Virginia? noble Virginia I hast done Mr part, she had gi;ao* ted him the privilege of a lottery, arid 4hat wasalk Tb« sog^vvdis taken sick, waf approachiBg the end of life, his creditort became clansorods, the Sheriff probably ready to execute their orders, and, Virginia with all her magn^Jmity, with aU her wealthy Slav' holders, stood lookioj qn,'and not one was found, who coal yieU the price of one Slave to save the sage, the boast of the slate, from the dunns of kjg inexorable creditors, who no doubt were some of those high minded, generous, ttiRgnanimous Virgioiane.. but New York heaifog of this, sent a timely relief of ^7,600, which gratified tbe old man’s heqrt, and smoothed hi» pathway to the grave. Such is the boasted pride and magnanimity of Virginia^ Change the scene, and suppose that the venerable John Adams, had been oppressed with debts. Would Massachusetts^ would Boston evef have allowed tfee world to know it? The knowledge would have been confined to a few yWendr,—• Yes, Jriends, for those air friends who aid US in time of nteá The VirgioianU ^‘ytve branded the Yorke/s with parsi-moDjr, With littleness; if it is the parsimony, if it is littleness. It is the paisinumy^ it is tbe littleness,* that does noble deeds, without boasting, and such as we admire^ U may seem that we are severe, but we appeal to the candid, we appeal to Virginians themselves, if all we haveeaid is not deserving. The opportunity is palt, tbe day is gone by. the boasted sun of Viría is dead, that otfered such a clianre, t<r prove to the world, that your huasted, magnanimity was no 6^osi. \n age will ofler no other such opphrtunity. The following, which we copy frem tlie New York Coinmeixial Advertiser, furnishes thi> par-ticular* of the incident therein mcnttoncrl more minutelyAhan that published on Saturday. Vir ginia deserves credit for her magnanmity in this affair. She was the birth*place ff the illiu-trioiis j£rr£R80N—na; of three other Ex-Pres-ident*—and could not find it tn her heart,io become also tbe benefactor of him who was the benefactor of man, but kindly and magnanimously permitted the citiaens of New York to hear tlie sighs of the Patriarch, who was writh-ibg beneath (he importunities of iron-heloieted creditors (;>erf)ftps actually in tbe grasp of some sbcritTs officer,) and to Klicve him of his difltres». 'This we asy was mRgnniiraous, and we hope tbe state of New York will grant a lyOTTcar, and the other state* permit (he sale of the tickets in their several territories, for tbe Surpose of erecting a menwment of Virgina iognaiiiodty, OA evinced in this affair.-«/foJii* more Pat. “A TIMM Y INCIDENT.—Wc are infonned by I he Recorder, that theelause of Mr. Thomas J. Kandolpli’R iettrr, which wc published on Mon-dHj,reterriug to the kindness affunteil fo Mr. Jefferson in fo* last moments, bjf tbe New York Committee^ was «licitad by (be folMwii^ cir-cniiistHnGC. The Arcerder'rsceived infoirmH-tion thiA Mr. Jefferson belitf tbi*n in doclfoing (health, waa |ierplexod and herraiscd by | Rum iN-rftuf inexorable creditors whoso dorosndi, though severally small, Mr. Jeffrnon was Mter )y ynablc to meet. The -«consetoaaites* of this fact, and the incrooied importunities of these creiiitors, visibly wore upon the hcaitl^a«d ppir> iU of the sage. But no sooner did a knowledge of the fill t reach (he enrs of the Kecoyder, than with Ids wonted kindness tad alaofit). he hud an interview with Mr. McloCtTe, one a/thf [«ontractors for the Jetfrraon’lmtto^, stniaoo-•d tha committee toretber, and mtitrbd to Mr. J. the sum of 74(10 denan, 7'hesugstai mediiUelj retie ved him from the phrRsiegexi. geiicies of the moment, satf»fied those p^oto who otiierwiie would Irnve’(iImsi tho pen id or tleili, and smoethctl tbe pR^ot’s petb* ly to the grave! The remitlMot wri ■ pn uoos boon, in a trring moaiRali tal wi n^c that jt went from Raw York:^* VirginÍR,^hofpÍtalily, Virginm ib«^ lUit;, mftfnanipDity, iBd fCBffOtiw bu The Hon. Mr. Lloyd of Massachofletts^ having been invited by a large meeting of tbe citizens of Boston to participate of a public dinner, as an expression of tbe high sense emertain-ed of bis oimneiit and faithful public services, declined the invitation. His suggestions coi}-cerning tbe frequency of public celebrationaare worthy of notice, we therefore insert tb*-m, and hope the example set by one ao worthy, will of-tea be followed; the compUment of being invite^ centers the sam; honor, when declined as when accepted and we think that it pla^ tbe rnvK ted guest in a still more dignified station As the season of the year is tliat ui wbicff retirement is more alluring to those, who have been engaged in the busy sceaesof a city^ tlian niHnerous assemblages us tbe interest of public celebrations, is in some degree dependent on tbeir infrequency, and as tbe National Festivities are very speedily approaching,^ in which aJlfiiearu unite, and which are rendered additionally inteiesting at the present period by tbeir semi-centennial occurrence, allow me, gentlemen with ^ewed and most grateful acknowledgments to decline any fovffier manifestations of tlie good wiU of my friends aifet tcllow citizens, which I shall ever cherisb wiih pride k with pleasure^ than those that you have been leased io so flutteriuc a manner, to makw nowo to me; and io ficu »f »n earlier occasion, to permit meto greet n that never fading end giorioua Aiiniveniuiy, those of titem, whom I may not previously meet, wit li unalloyed feel, ingt of gratitude and friendship toward tltem, and exultation at the blessing, which, os a nation we have the happiness to achieve and individually to enjoy.” One of the giwat obstacles tu (he adrano®:-mcnt of the sciences in the country, is the want of books, cabinets, and scientific appiirutui in general. In a note to Ds Ray’s address, the numlMr of books in tbe principal cities in tho United Btates, is thus slated. ♦‘New York, with a populatfo of I70J100, possesses ten public hbrtrk's, corf intiig44j)00 volumes; Baltimore with a |)0pulati m ot 70,00(), bat four public libraries, conttunmg UO,UU() voL cmes; Philadelphia with a popuiution of IM,-OUO,j)oaat sacs nineteen public librarif*, containing )0,000 volirmei; Boston with a population of 80,00(1, possesses thirteen public Kbrariei, custaining ‘''Aumost*’ MR. JEFFERSON’i MEMOIR. From the last Ricbinond Enquirer we copy the following very interesting isformation refo. (ive to the papers snd writings of Mr. JeffersoOf^ !.«( (hem be publiiiied and while they will bo esteemed as most vahiabte by his eouatryines, they will prove to be really so to those who receive (he revenee that aatisi accrue fmm ffi# sales of the wask.—ffnff. Pat, The Enquirer snY*~**We un«i«*rsttad, Aat Hr. Jellbrson httsldt Iwbintl hiw a M^otr'ol' a part of his own Lw uud Tiamsi he mfii-menced hi|f«Bilibfow in tbe 77tb year of fis Rgr, in 1^0,    it in 1831. ft fffie beck to the tiiBf of Ids gvoadftUffier. traces M nrogrese of hii own EAaoatton, IcNwnfs U|riw t|i IT bae profifMe giv(« a particular neooiiwtrf tha Dm:laniflan causes and >R*    ^    Ameman    RavofutiaL ■    an (An

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