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Indianapolis Indiana State Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1829, Indianapolis, Indiana Self for tie successful administration of the department and i doing so has paid a Gigli compliment to or. Barry who so far from admitting that they Verc be Cia siry to the department will improve its condition without tic raid. The journal says the publication of or. Mclean s Letier will Call Down non him attacks from the administration presses. We this not Why Sli Ould it ? it was prompted by a kindly feeling As a Man and should be considered As no Roro Tolian the manifestation of his desire to sen of gentlemen with whom he Hud for some years been associated in official duties. As such it was considered by his distinguished successor to whom it was addressed and Only ship erased thy higher considerations of Public duty. Three Days later news. By the of St sailing slip Tal Tjho capt. Lil is Iii a lived in Hampton Jio ads on thursday night in 32 Days from Liverpool Trio Norfolk Herald and Beacon live Recei source of perpetual Charity. About and Liverpool to Umaki tie half of the cargo committed to my charge Fonner Lothe Lului and Tho latter to the 12lh us. Inclusive Ihre Days Laler Fiora Large Lio Spital read to and imported by the agricultural revenues arising from the application of those Means who Cli Otlie Reise i should have simply give Iway to the people who would simply Hiie Ealen Vliem up in a Mont i and been As hungry again As before at present i Hope the thing is in a Fiir Wity to become foreign. I shall pro baby dispose of Ali Othef half will be expended a dual a objects of Charity without attempt in any of those general Distri lotions which Are necessarily attended by the evil of including Many unworthy objects. I shall remain Here Somo three four or London and two from Liverpool than previous advices. It will be seen by the following Cut Nils that Adrianople surrender cd to Ike and of the russians and was occupied by the , a authentic from Greece. The source of the following letter entitles it to More respect thai info nation from Greece such As is usually received upon unknown authority which i is Loo often apocryphal Rama the x. V. Come Vencial and Stoeh. From Well interest Liat you feel in tie political a fluids of Greece i should have written you often or nere in not that i consider her so entirely dependant on the will of die european cabinets for the form of her government for the course of Lier policy nay for her very political existence. Fortis reason any operations of her own arc of Little importance each Power wishes to make Greece dance to ils own particular tune since each pays part oath Piper and As they sometimes do Call together most curious figures Are Cut. Yogi May think it strange that no notice has been taken in Greece of die late protocol in which a european Prince is proposed but this is not because it is not Felt and deeply Fel Liere is but one sentiment among tie common people that of regret and disappointment yet Thoy cannot murmur aloud they Feci that they owe their a present Amelio led condition to european interference Uliey Are sensible Loo of their do Penzance at present and Uliey would not try to oppose any Leader that might be sent by tie Powers a Nevert lifeless Uliey love Capo d Istria they think he has conferred inestimable benefits on the country they to link him the Only Man capable of continuing Iceni in their present Security and Uliey esteem him accordingly. There is no denying this fact a let the agents of England and France let the diff Erent foreigners Here while As they May Uliey Are very much deceived and they deceive Allieta if they suppose tiie common people do not love Capo d Istria. Uliey have perfect reason however when Uliey assert that the Heller informed amongst the greeks doubt the Purily of his motives and dislike Many of his measures nay they May go farther and Assort Liat Capo d Istria has often violated the Constitution and trifled with what a Republican considers the sacred rights of die people. Leverdic Lesa we Liall Sec in a few Days on the Moeling of the National Assembly what is the opinion of the better part of the nation. Duoi Ibon of the deputies will say let the president continue to administer our rights As he has done Lei him continue at least anole or year with tie same prerogatives he 1ms hitherto enjoyed. The Assembly is looked Forward to by All with much interest since it is supposed Liat in proceedings May have some effect upon die Powers As far As it will furnish tangible proofs of the real Public opinion it will be opened at Argos in a few Days and i will Ihen inform you More at Lengli of the internal politics and parties of Greece for she is far from being free of party. At present even should i go a length into tie subject i could not Well d so not being entirely a fori have been quite rusticated within the three last Mont i. You will see in my letter to the committees a account of the Colony of poor which i have undertaken to establish Here for die purpose of supporting them selves by agriculture and you May Well imagine that ils management requires All any time and attention and that the task though do cult is most interesting. To tie committee i did not go fully Inorg i perhaps into an explanation of the motives which led me to adopt this Mixie of disc rioting to Weir charities not could i Well explain them to any one who does not know the country. The principal motive for the change from the method formerly followed is Thech Ahlein the situation. And Circum Stoces and wants of the poor Williia the Laal iwo years formerly the Only consideration wis to save the crowd from starving though cd for a few Days without endeavouring to economise the Means then putting the poor to work would a have been much More from the insecure state of the country. The to Flient of agony is gone by extreme want and wretchedness does not now present itself in considerable mass it is Only m individuals and tiie question with mics hot can i apply the Nina is entrusted to me in such a Way As to produce the greatest and most listing Good to thu greatest num. Her of poor during the Winter i thought Only of the pressing wants athenians at Egina. I an Sii ported them and resulted Invar important Public i Nofil. As soon As to Spring Zamft arid they could get a Litfen Hood by song out into the Pelop Onessus to Wii Lih ought of Oiler Means and it the Jupin that of col a using upon tie Aatif Nal land8,a number of Deal Pluto families from Whoso parts in dnli6 Turka a Neh As Sci a. Ltd tip it in a Itelo amp a. I am supporting i i Zamilus their labor in a allow Quot a e own support others avidin msijmlie8, a i Iblis time necessary for Tho com 8lh 20th August an event indican cd by plete organization of the Colony and at Ile by the j which period i shall have probably have a a Cople was abandoned to 8,000 brigands gotten tie opinion of the if deserters and Janis Saries who Sivey approve my of feedings and give me Power to proceed in my own Way i shall take such Meas Urbsas i think proper for die future Prosperity of the Colony and appoint Pereona already acquainted Wilh it to manage it for some time till it Liall have strength logo on alone supporting itself and giving a helping hand to others then i shall proceed with my plan of vis Linn Europe and pursuing my medical research if however the Omillee should Iliin fit to Send out any other agent i Only request it May be most cautious in its Selec lion let him be a Plain acl ivc Quick sighted Man of die Woride lot him if possible be one acquainted Wilh uie East Wilh tic greeks and their language let him be enthusiastic yet patient mild yet courageous and Hardy of body. I say nothing about morals and religion these Are understood but let him not be a bigot or zealot. I fear the Latler would fail from the Best of motives. I have known Many foreign missionaries Here yet i know but one to whom 1 would Trust tie establishment with any satisfaction nay must 1 say it i have never known but one or two whom i think have done or will do any Good to Greece or to the advancement of religion they will not or cannot open their eyes wide enough they Rush with mad Zeal to attack the Strong holds of sin and dash out their few brains against Walls hich they might have easily undermine ded. The greek priests who have still an thing influence Over tie lower class of the people Are q Jill astonished at the Imber of missionaries they see hate and i fear if More cautious measures ate not Fol of the cause of religion will be retarded rather Tolian font added. Liberty has sounded the signal and Greece has taken up her March toward civilization at a rapid Pace to attack prematurely and openly inc religious 1 belief of her children May be to steel Vliem to it. Strangers Are too it to suppose they have Lite veneration for their religion because they have Lille for to Weir priests but this is not the cases they despise Mieir priests for Diey Are a vile set of men Buttlieri reverence for their Reed and its vain ceremonies is i would our people As a body had As Nuch reverence for our Pun fied religion. Bui As information is diffused and Civilin advances Mieir present belief must give Way to a purer Creed and the w Tylo accelerate to the Latler is to hasten the Fonner if it is assailed it must be As mail a Widi caution if rash devotees urge hat it is Mieir duly to attack and that god vill ensure their Success though a Host human probability Souiers May reply that if god vouchsafed any special interference Liere would be no need of their feeble if we Are to work by human Means let due human caution be used. am i for tie introduction of True and purified religion among this interesting people and i labor not a Little for it you May smile but i assure you i am a missionary though in an Odd Way. I Caimol preach and would hot if i could. I do not lengthen out my countenance Jouie myself in Sable garments a nor do i open my Mouth to proclaim myself a regularly enlisted Soldier of the toss but i go about among the people lodged As they Are Clad a peaking As they speak Liv Gas they live and on every occasion by argument by example Aye More by cautious ridicule Endeavor i How the Puoplo that they Are deceived and priest Ridden and challenging them to prove to me from any passage in the scrip lures the necessity of any of their Idle ceremonies the most difficult thing a missionary will have to do among the Wieas Antry is to convince them that he is a Christian. Samiuel . Rosli Irlonia is Tomii j of Corinis july 10,1829. J. Golem . Soulard t Wagon and amid Cam returned a for Days inc from Chicago near the Bend of Michigan to which place it had been taken across tie country with a Load of Lead. This is the St Wygod that has Ever passed from the Mississippi River to Chicago. The route taken from the mines was to ogee s ferry on a oct River 80 Miles thence an cast course 601 the missionary establish men on the for Toto Illinois j and thence a North to Raj Courtice 60 Miles to Chicago j making the distance from this place to Chicago As travel led Soo Miles the Wagon was loaded with Oao ton and a half Lead. The trip out Wai performed in Elev my and Tho return trip it eight Days. The Lead was taken by water from Chicago to Detroit. Shr fold a Road be ill kinds Treb Isolid also had opened ils gales to the invaders and according to lire Gazette do frail cd to a turks were suing for peace the successful result of the liar it and ils abundance Willi Llie Pressie Ehi cd Pio diced thereby on bread Stults is by Chisar Rivici and the prices will be of sen de by our commercial i d to decline. In Paris there Conli lies to Boa vigorous opposition to Llie new French a tintary which is accused of being secretly in the interest of England and Austria and Iii Eili Tating coalition with these ii Owers in a War again Elressia should theh Tler Power i Fuai to abandon the War against Turkev on ii a submission of the Forte to the Teri is of Ibe treaty of London. Llvekroot., sept. Lii. Turkey and Russia. Letters have been received hum constantinople of the 10th, and from Smyrna 0flhe4tb,ult. Uliey confirm the import land fact that the sultanas at icing la yielded to die pressing remonstrances of be English and Frencis amass Dors regarding Udo affairs of Greece and has formally inti mated his r�dines3 to negotiate on the h,-i-.flhetrcaly of the Bali of july Isi a it does not seem however that the event was looked upon at Coslan sinople As Likely to fact Lille or Haslen a pacification will Russia nothing having yet Laktic place indicative of an equal disposition loan Mil ionic terms required by that was generally Undi blood that Russia Pei listed in her pretensions of an indic Init in Money to the extent of �0,000,000 of roubles or in lieu dict of Cessions of Ler Tilory on the Asiatic Side alone including some fortresses at the Cal Aiice of inc bos Horas As a Security fur tic Fec navigation Between tie Black sea t the maj Iloria an. In regard to the pecuniary i Denini to compliance on the Pari of the Turki Sli announces this event the firm i of which cannot be doubled. On the kith of August Gen. Diebol Schiad declared his readiness to listen to the proposals of the result shows that he did not us amp a his March to be suspended on this account. It does not appear that general Diebol Scheas any instructions How to act in Case the English should declare against the Furt Lier Advance of tie russian army. Such a Case could not be foreseen at St. Petersburg i and March in 10 constantinople will not be Able i linage his operations without orders fro ii is Sovereign on a Mere declaration of i Robert before any in Sec in Rivas from St. Petersburgh the russians in constantinople. It hardly possible to be further deceived by vain Hopes re spelling tie catastrophe in the question no longer is to treat ill the vanquished turks but with i Clorious russians on the the terms of Pracca. Tiie cab incl must be agreed Nitlich of her the fit lure Organiza in Ouie East. From inc cons Iliond. A courier which arrived last night at pa-1 brought the news of the ii try of la it russian army into Adrianople. Thew Holt i pulsation surrendered and nobody knew in Here tie Sultan was. Cons Antinoph Nas abandoned to 8,000 brigands compos old of de Selcis and the refuse of the Jan Nis Zarics who gave them selves up to every i i use. Try Bison in Spile of what is said the draft Antof has opened ils Gates to the russians who found great riches and imn of Adasia pillage the in says thai if inc Lulb upon a a Cable i Houglin unable to fur Ili Ecie Iii Legard t Asia and the the bosporus Llin Litsas Lille Likely Lobo Ovea Oliie men of Coslan sinople Lilure gained no expectation of Ponec City should Piave been Enle Icib 1 Sog Roal err Lorial a offer med to surveyed and marked on the Best ground the shortest distance a trip could Tio Perl de ices time. And if Salt could be of Iai cd at Chicago from the now York Salt work it would be a proc Abl and advantageous . Government to coi Marybe i Sura in session in tresses on Bedi Licul reflecting fore enter Itil that the russians and a Oneal lid or run the greater part of Asia minor. A Hope however was in some quarters dial die mediation of England and other Powers Friendly to Turkey in Igil Iota info her terms of a less Humania Linig kind than those which a e been demanded by tie emperor still it was evident Lewt Turkey could nol come out of tie Susian Conlest without us flaring severely. The Sultan was still in like capital and general Call to arms had been commercial business was at a Complete land Bolli Diere and at Smyrna. A fire had lately occurred in that part of the capital where die european merchants have their country houses and warehouses. About 1000 buildings were consumed and we regret to find that an English House is included among the losses to the extent of about j>4000. The Exchange had fallen to 07 Al constantinople and 63 1-4 at Smyrna. From the Mes Sogor pcs Chambers so cond Edison Paris sept. 8, noon. Extract from the Augsburg Gaz. Supla we have just received by express the following news a Munich sept. 2,8 p. M. Quot the russian legation in this City has just received from the russian head Quarter under the Date of August 8, 20, j the news of Tjio Entrance of Gen. I Ebitsch in Adrianople. The mahome Tants popu lation has placed itself if the russian army and not left the City. Quot this important news is co finned by the following letter from general count Diebitsch to m. Dota Tischoff Kus Siim ambassador at Vienna a Liili was received at the office of Llie a Lemma cd Luigi almost at the same moment a Quot in the Eski Sarai at Adri Anoise aug. 8 20. Pm. I amb Assadur Quot i have the pleasure to announce to you that die victorious troops of his majesty tie emperor entered Adrianople ibis mom ing at nine o clock without the Ains entirely under our , amp a. Signed Quot Vienna aug. 31.�?a French courier who left constantinople on the 17th, brings word Siatuu Sultan had transmitted of Cra to the grand vizier to Send commissioners to the russian head quarters to treat of peace. The Porte has officially __il.____i.4 __t., �1.� a provisions Tlierc-, a Pula lion Riano plead a few of 111 lie hands who cily. This news has a kirov English ministry into cons tie catello of ibis Evcic Sellers from Constanli Noplis announce that turkish i. Have been sen to Ibe Rui Ceneria to solicit peace and thai Adi inno Pio had just been Laken. The Gaz Cuc lie Wilf idly for on Llie 17th like capture of was not known at Coslan sinople the of the apprehensions Wii Icli were entertained on the subject of tic Hackst have been removed wheal fell on saturday eight shillings r barrel Al Borg Quad a decline nearly e quiz Alanl to sixteen shillings a Quarter. I Ibe South and Liliu Home counties Ilie Ilar Vest has been nearly saved. In the Ulysle they ate busily in piled in gathering ii in of the ground but As Ali son is hic there Are still Hie result. From every vie a enabled Lola , and Freni a comparison of or of letters Lii he have reached Tov i fit Rani parts of the country As Well or of the provincial papers frankly Lold the messenger of Llie divan they should not and dare not ants the de Rance of the russians. A Bucharest Dale of the 26lh of August announced Thaxton the Isle there had been 1 brisk conflict under tie Walls of Shumla Ivsich terminated in the outer works of tie place being carried by Gen. the Hitler would have pushed his advantages Furdich i the grand vizier had nol announced to him that he bad received orders to treat and had written of Gen. Die Bilsich to know at what place die Plen pc Lelia pics should meet. The Rumour was that do commissioners to treat Wilh a coils cd left constantinople die loth August one account stated that the Reis Ellen i was going in person but no mention was made of ibis in advices received in England from or. Gordon of he 20di nor do we find in our Paris files six Days later iban Ibe Dale of Iii Rumour any confirmation fit. Commercial letters received Fror sop iia on the 30�o1 August on the frontiers of Sonia announce of that after leaving a Tian Opie a Strong column of the main army moved Union Fery towards the Gulph of Linos Llie main body marching towards Coslan sinople l was supposed that Llie division which had taken the route of Fery was to effect a Junction with die Squadron stationed before Tho Dardanelles which excited alarm among Llie inhabitants of Sophia. Constantinople would be menaced i on iwo Points. Tiie Samo accounts stated j that Baron muffling w 3 about quilling that capital and that the ambassadors of Iho Netherlands had gone already France and eng build appear to us de Lemi ined to look on merely. With regard to other political Ali Iris we see not Liing of consequence. The London Star of 2lh ult. Stales dial the Cabinet had determined on Declar a War against Russia and was Only Lilin Glo sound the inc Lions of Austria id be assured of the Succour from France. The Duke of Wellington it was said had Field Wilh the principal Capi lists for the purpose of engaging die Nel Esary . Ria pm Orne fear o however of la Niom a film justified it i duh 1 coming to the co Ivein ii land Afulei Lari so. Had the there would be a e. As it is die in third Beyo Bas been of be coi already Slan sinople e Admiral ten Dos operations Trade 0/ . Thousand three Hundred Ana 6fty- to Bartete of flour and 2,-134 barrel of Hickoy were inspected in Cincinnati Dimiti Tow month of september last. Its a a Nilia Captain in Node Island was rec try in seated and lined $200, with costs for treating hit company with Rynn Ata tavern. To about 100 mule driven from Kentucky were lately fold in Baltimore the logo it Anco at$75.a Lomm unscaled Liis Resolution to Tho am bad flavors of England and Munich sett. news of Llie ctr Anceo Tho russian amid into. Adrian Pleat 9 o Dockin the Domingo the 20th was made Imori Here through an official Lotter of Colini Diebitsch the russian ambassador Ai Vienna who sent it by express to tic re Ian legation in this City. Several Privato letters which have Como amp of Vienna by the Simo Opportunity likewise Brablc in someplace that Ibey a Loii Ghitl Tho ground in die Expectatci that they will have a full crop next be from die mar. Id. of War. Nie advices from the scat of War Are tiie 2d of Amiga so by Way of Odessa. Lime die commander in chief i in arching Low arils Araba Bergas on Bis Wilo Coslan sinople and Kepi up a Regul Wilh die army under be role. The Fleet was daily obtaining a is and Admiral Greig had in Iii de Indiana situated on die Black so i Ericc they could reach c of cry easily. It was said that v Licord who was stationed bad received orders 10 assist in of he army and As soon Asho of the arrival of general Rolli at Roloso be was to attempt die passage of the Dardanelles. In was supposed thai this would be very Cash Ashe turkish Fleck was shul in in the port of Btij Udero. The russian army entered Adrianople on the 20th of August the commander in chief at die Bead. The Force which took Possession of Ibe place amounted men of whom Only 500 were kept in Ili to the rest were disposed of in several directions and a corps assent ten leagues Advance on the t9ad to constantinople according to an of Essa Dale of August 271i1, general Paski Wilsch commenced the siege of Tokat in the beginning of that month. Sellers received from tie for Servio dated sept. 5lh, announced that Rodosto was captured by the army under Gen. Roth on the Rad August. A Greal qua Lily of provisions and munitions of were found in that place. It is the Central Point of he Commerce of he sea of Marmora not far Distant from the old forts of die Dardanelles in Europe to which Diere is a Good Road along the coast. The same advices mention a deputation sent by die divan to Gen. Diebitsch to Pray him Wilile die negotiations for place were open not to attack the capital As the Mere approach of the russian troops might exile a popular insure action which i would pose constantinople to the greatest Dis tresses. It is affirmed that Gen. D. Plied to die envoys that it depended the Porte to save the capital and prevent declaration f tie emperor at the commencement of die War was distinct and in oven by All Tho world and that even should Tho turkish commissioners come to his head quarters treat for peace military operations would follow their course until the end and that he would not return the sword to the scabbard until the russian nation bad received Sali fiction for All the Grevan Les Thad Sufler. Ingon Between Tho of Russia and to Alipy but As Gen. Dick tech very from the National Gazelle. Bell s London weekly Messenic of he 6lh us. Draws a frightful an very exaggerated picture of he stat of Ireland. The editor of hint papa ascribes the Olic emand pation and declares that revolution must either Lake place Ibe measure of Enron citation be Grealy qualified or re coiled. According to the same journal the protestant Hie Virchy is More than Ever assailed Ai menaced and the hatred of tic Low class is of the Irish is directed also Nga Init the Catholic nobility and Aris Loracy who arc calling upon Llie Bril ibo government for Protection. Affix Iris arc not pc dec need under this Asnef in the Irish correspondence of the London times. On the subject of Mexico the liberality. Ii says Quot it car Tain never can become the duty of ens Lanil to oppose this expedition of old Spain inn Mexico. Spanti anic Rica he Loans Liberty and ill Pendt acc have been the id fraudulent Bubble which a up Chi i cd it re Stock Exchange trick from the be ind the English patriots who a scour re mostly Stock brokers spare hold ers and the traffickers in the Alley. From the first proclamation of Spanish Independence England has lost i various Loans from 15 Titio millions besides com Mercial frauds. Our conium Eric wit i these colonies for the last three years has bet a a men Cli Andler s shop account. We proved it fron inferior in and Imperi i the which we now carry on with the Barbary states whilst these colonics belonged to old Spain they were abundantly supplied though the markets of that country with All the Staples of British Industry manufactures and Art since their emancipation As it has been called All this Trade to the extent at least i which it has been earned on has been diverted int another current amp absorbed by North Amei Quot we Are satisfied that neither the moral nor religious feelings nor the commercial interests of great Britain can be opposed to Thi Success of the Spanish expedition to Mexico no London to min of i in 3d us. Obien est Quot our Commerce was on so immense a Seal As to embrace the consumption of the whole world but then it required a world s consumption forts aliment. T fatwas a yer condition a an unnatural condition. In place Otic countries Felt the desire and saw the possibility of ministering to their own wants an Tricy have been much enabled to Supply them Selv Csiby the Transfer of lir Ilish capital to the Doro Ilioiu. England therefore must Soor to i her neighbors share Lafo / in that foreign Commerce which Lars was exclusively her own. Tract her manufacturing theatre and pc Ono less absolutely an instrument Iba Nical production Tho transition for Vine Buti must Anil will take place. The a Rover Musland will Force diem selves i it Ruil Cly upon the minds of statesmen England now Munkins allowance for the Oller currency raises More Money by ladies than Tho highest period of the War. Of Chi cd a far larger proportion ii Quot of interest on the Public. Far larger Poi Quot parities ii a than when the Loans were heaviest and expense most enormous. Of Tho Revenue so raised and the Burdeos w endured a much More formidable portion Falls non Tho middling and lower Clas sos now than when Tho War was raging. Quot a Chili the taxes have not in fact diminished the Price of labor and the profit of capital have a Jond reduced and the Genera ability has been Retro grading a compared with the general pressure a esl act of a letter to Tho new York commercial dated Richmond october 0. Yoa participate i am sure not Wilstan ing Northern feelings in the general interest excited by Trio assembling of he convention Here. It met yesler Tay and i will attempt to give Yore a him liar sketch of tie scene. Per Hanii you Havo been in Richmond if not pit hav3 a pleasure i Hope to Como for it till be a pleasure and of no Ordinary zest to wind your Way up the no Bles team Wlinich flows la Tough the heart of Tho ancient Dominion. On die brow of a Hill tie Capitel presents itself Ftera far to the Eye in a most Beautiful and imposing manner its portico overlooks avast landscape to rough which the River meanders in 1 very Picl Tesque manner and the Gigli grounds Aie Cov Rcd with Many stately buildings the residence of private citizens Embo Somerdin tears and surround. De Wilh ornamental shrubbery As in some Pavls of Boston. But this by the the convention met in Tho Hall of die Ilous of burgesses a spacious apartment w Ell calculated for the purposes of a de Lilic alive Assembly. The scats a by the members in a triple Row surround die balls the Centre is free and unoccupied and every speaker has thus an advantageous Opportunity of addressing the chair. Quot the teat of the presiding officer is the same for icily occupied for that purpose under Llie provincial government a acne rank relic of tall stiff antiquated form very Plain and made of Dart Walnut so dark that an inscription Over the front of it expressive of the Dominion of the British King remained undiscovered till Long after the Rev Ohirion and has but lately been removed there was As might to expected a general and punctual attendance if the members Only five or six being absent and Icse clip Fly detained by sick ass. Sometime Befu the noon or. Mad on entered the Hall his appearance and Lanner perfectly simple and his venerable figure erect and for his Ano Dert his countenance is Sallow but has a healthy look his Eye you know i As always rather a cold one a this in retains and his whole face is serious and Falls into a a Edness when Al rest almost resembling a Lalue. His smile though very transient is Sweet the smile of a very grave countenance is Apt to be so. His whole appearance and figure is inscribed Wilh dignity and the refinement of a Genteman. His Bow is Graceful and his address and Demeanour fitted to command an involuntary respect from All Olio approach him. Many even of Tho delo gals saw him now for the first time of Lieis had not seen him since his retire men and uie greetings of his old friends were numerous and cordial. He makes his Home at or. Speaker Stevenson a whose lady is a relative of the family. To took his place on Tho Side of Iho chair on the lowest Tow of seats. On the other Side sat or. Monroe his appearance looks broken by years and cares yet there is a cheerful Benevolence about his face most winning in ils effect upon those whom he addresses. His dress was Plain More so rather Loran that of or. Madison the Latler still wearing powder and having Diamond buckles at Liis i nec3�?after some Lime or. Madison Rose and addressed the is Sembly. His voice betrayed the feebleness of age and like his whole fiame Iii blvd Wilh ii Gillion and apparent pm a raiment. A a Iscys Sdit not wander nor did he use much gesture and it Wassom amp before the mass of the persons present knew that he was speaking. He merely stated that the first step to be taken Iho organization of the convention do be presumed be the appointment of a presiding officer and he took die Liberty of nominating As a suitable person for that office James Monroe of Whoso ser rices and claims it was unnecessary for him to speak. This was Ibe Sib glance of id dress which was delivered apparently by a painful Effort Wilh frequent pauses. The latter part of it perhaps owing Lodia increasing silence of the Assembly was Prelly Well heard. The question being Tacq Pul the nomination was unanimously con cuned in upon which or. Madison Ani chief Justice Marshall conducted or. Monroe to the chair or. Monroe you know is a diffident Man awkward in his attitudes and movements and somewhat ungainly in Figuro. Jim Felt very naturally ills constitutional embarrassment on this occasion and in an unusual degree and it irked an unhappy influence in he manner of his address the substance of what he said i need not slate As it is Given in die Public prints containing die report of the proceedings. Afler it Ivas delivered i had in sure to glance my eyes round Thor Hall a and it was certainly an illustrious assemblage pres Cating a most impressive spectacle. Dignity we Are All willing to acknowledge forms a striking trait in the Virginia character and Vay Ucli fit was to be seen on every Eide. The men Werc generally tall Many of them past tiie Meridian of life and some Gray headed but their eyes were Bright their couple Nancis for tie most part crossed Wilh the lines of though Lemd Somo Roost Noble in their expression. Could a sudden Accident have sunk that floor what a Clias would it have left among inc distinguished men of Amer Ca i have heard several old men Sadr that the scone Rem tided them of the first Fri eral convention and such Lam told was the remark of or. Madison himself. Lite was done during this first sitting but tie organization ii of Tho body by the Etc Tion of subordinate officers. A lie see. Tail or. Munford is the clerk of he Hoise of burgesses anaccompl�8liedofsiier,-Isth a Clearco Norou Voies and a Fine distinct and deliberate Mode of s a Man of Good character and Modt and the appointment Severns Genera j by approved of. Tims Tho convention has hoisted sail and gone to sea Wilh All the i Teresia of Virginia on Board and some of her oldest Pill last the Helm what Stonna it May meet and Aboye a what port it May finally arrive at to Maivis Yot to be known. Many difficult subjects must be discussed Many important and conflicting interest and opinions posterity Wilt feel tto result Long and deeply May. It a a Happy one for this Ereat slain. And Ihrl whole right Public j

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