Lorain Gazette in Elyria, Ohio
24 Jul 1829

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24 Jul 1829

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Lorain Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1829, Elyria, OhioS sit Ictor general buit de to be appointed the Rolls to which he irk lie has a fair claim on the first a i i Viguen is to be made k we hav Mouth p s ing Londo by the a Paris Papen received in la Jassy May 8, that the theatre of confirm he state ments that sanguine actions had taken place at and in the environs of where the Anjou the of Jagello Henry Iii. Brt Fitner Charles in. His majesty the Ernp Eror of will not place on his head once worn by the of celebrated people of about to be proclaimed i turks have displayed unparalleled valor with a desperation bordering on frenzy. Letters from the frontiers of m61 confirm the taking of Baldrick a fortress Between Varna find rav Arnavay the turks do not contradict thie capture of size Boli by the troops of Hussein Pacha. The european discipline adds much o their Force Derises appear at 4he head of the troops arid recite prayers and which the turkish Wenle they animate each and when their fanaticism is thus excited they Rush to the combat like Iii Meir uttering dreadful cries. The number of tur Kish troops increase daily and is at East equal to that of the russians 5 on the 5th" of april the russian Squadron was at Porosa to the number of 4 ships of the line a Corvette and 2 brigs. The courier of Smyrna of april 12th, says that Admiral Heyden having consulted with the president what place of Refuge the Squadron should choose in Case of a War with England the port of Napoli had been chosen and in consequence 30 heavy Cannon had been placed at the ent Rance of it. It is added that the Admiral having since become sensible that it was impossible to escape in that port from the English Fleet had Resol cd to join his Squadron to that which was blockading the Dardanelles and in Case of a declaration of War immediately to Force the passage and proceed into the Black sea it was affirmed at Poros that this Junction would be very soon effected. Letters from constantinople May 2d, say it is the firm belief that the russians project a Landing on the Asi Atic coast of the Black sea and that the attack on size Bola was merely contrived As a mask to this vast enter Prate for which immense prepare Pons were making at Odessa in con sequence the ottoman Fleet Hud been sent to the stack sea to prevent this for the divan dreads Noth much As the Yearance of appearance o a considerable hostile Force in the i Side not but Finity of the forts on the Asiatic of the bosporus which would Only spread alarm in the capital would greatly impede the arrival of supplies for the european provinces. Advices from leghorn state that great mischief has been done in that port by a violent tempest. Opposing winds seemed to struggle together the Compass veried every instant and at intervals traces of fire was seen in the horizon. The vessels at Anchor were exposed to great danger. Several of them had their Chain cables broken and were driven ashore. The Admiral Benbow an outward bound indiaman was attacked by pirates on the 14th of april. She had fifty men on Board hoisted French colours. They plundered the India Man of considerable property and killed and wounded of the Crew. A London paper of the evening of the 30th of May announces that Des patches had been received dated Cor fun 16th. Pro visa had not surren dered to the greek. Miss Longhi was still in Possession of the turks but expected to fail soon a pause had taken place by Mutual consent in All Active operations of the War on the whole of that line extending to the neighbourhood of Arta. The times of the 30th of May in alluding to the Extension of the rus Sian blockade says we must repeat what we said yesterday that it cannot be tolerated. A blockade of the Dardanelles it is called it is a blockade of the. Whole Ocean that was known to the ancients to the greeks romans egyptians and assyrians. It is impossible that such a blockade can be suffered it must not As englishmen we assert it shall not be letters from Madras state that or. L Wahington the governor of Madras had been shot by one of his body guards he was still living at the last accounts. Sir James Scarlett has been appointed his majesty s attorney Gen eral. Expected that parliament be prorogued on the 16th of it is state i that the Pope has Deci ded up Ogran Ting permission to the roman Catholic clergy to marry the reigning Duke of Oldenburgh died suddenly on. The 20th the wife of a member of the corps has eloped with a for eign Prince and fled to the continent. Test it does not appear her husband Sault on had committed an As n consequence of her havin Riden out with her Paramour. May Greks have recovered the greater part of the new territory intended for the towns of a Onitza Liva Dia passage of the and of Lepanto Are in then7 Possession and about the whole coun try Between Arta and is occupied by them. The troops have con ducted themselves with order and discipline and no act of cruelty has Beer committed on the turkish prisoners. The capitulation have been faithfully kept and the wounded turks have been attended by greek surgeons. From the now York american. Our Paris files of papers to the 20th May inclusive Are received. On a Hasty examination we find nothing of and therefore Bor Row merely the translations of the Jour Nal of Commerce. Momick 9th in to be Able to continue the War with Turkey seeks to preserve its present relations with other Powers and the Tatu quo being a Favourite idea with do Metternich the austrian minis Ter who influences the Duke of Wellington the russian Cabinet Hope to escape by due circumspection All in crease of political embarrassment. As to France the composition of its present ministry and the Little Harmony which prevails Between them arid the forbid us to expect a very decided influence from that Quarter in the affairs of foreign politics. Hence there is reason to believe that the general peace of Europe will nor poles ought to be alarmed at the Dew order of things which these events seem to announce. They ought to prefer any thing to the condition of uncertainty in which they have so Long lived under the precarious and severe authority of the grand Duke Constan Tino. France has 205 vessels of War in she is adroitly bringing Forward her Marine at a time when no jealousies exist from Truxillo. I by the arrival at this port of the Sehr. James capt cruise 24 from we learn that to the St. Sal i m of april which Pap. Of Guatemala Surron f. _ f dered to tie St Salvadore army the 12th of april. Art. 1. From this hour there shall be a suspension of arms and As Well g Eri Jeral morazan1s army As the of Guatemala shall Call in their Par ties Evovn the Points they now occupy avoiding All acts of hostility. Art i to Morrow at 10 a. M. The besieging army will enter the principal place of this City. Art. 3 the besieging army shall enter into the garrisons alluded to them and the arms and ammunition of this be deposited in the general Art general Moraz Aii May if he pleases incorporate into his army any of the individuals of the army whether it be of the of of the standing army who May be Wil Ling to serve Art 5. To Morrow at 8 a m. Four commissioners of the besieging army shall enter this City to Occure a compliance of article 3d, and after they have received in Dud form All the arms to give notice to Genera Morazan that he May occupy the place. Art. 6. Gen. Morazan guarantees the lives property of every individual in this City. Art. 7. Gen. Morazan will give Pas Ufi Chofnas 1, crowned King of Poland. It is seventy years since the people of Poland have witnessed a Coronation. The last solemnity of this sort took plaice at Varsovia in 1746, after the election of the last King stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski. And now after so Long an interval filled by Soma by revolutions and calamities the autocrat of Russia announces for the 24th Coronation As King of Poland. On the Day the poles expect their for the second time to swear to a charter which individual Liberty of the press. A new Crown which is to Cost three millions of florins has been ordered to be made. This expense was necessary for the Crown which once adorned the Heads of the Kings of the Republic of Poland can no where be found. They exist it is said but Are must up and hid where they must remain during the present Ages unless some new event should remove the secret who cab covers them. This is the Story of these precious relies of the ancient throne of Poland. At the epoch of the last partition two monks accompanied by 6 Smiths who after having confessed swore on the Bible o never to reveal the secret of or abroad if no particular cause to the contrary be found. Art. 8. General Prazan and the commissioners in the name of the whom they represent offer upon Ioir word and honour to comply with this capitulation. Francisco Moranza. Dated Guatemala april 12, 1820. Of s. The general opinion of those who have surrendered to the arms of general Moran a is that he genuine Patriot and an enemy to disorder that his sole ambition is to put the re Public in order and in All parts where his authority is acknowledged Good order prevails they cull him a second Washington and were it not for the under their influence he would meet with no resistance any More it is supposed from hav Anna extract of a Lect dated a Avaidna Juste 18, 1829. Of views we have none to give Toiv a. Liners move on Here just As they did. Great preparation for mex ican Conquest is the Only topic in Terest the spaniards it Avill certain Lek o Forward vessels Are act _ j o i i u a of from the South Carolina state Gazette. Messes. Was at Winsborough on the 19tli instant t and wit the of Shadrick Jacobs for the murder of a Rife w Lea Ster which took place., More than lock the Man was taken from his prison and conducted by the sheriff accompanied by at Dop Cavelry and Rifle men to the place where his life was to be offered up As an atonement for the violated Laws of his country the number of persons present to. Witness this distressing scene were perhaps More than was Ever collected together on any former occasion in the District of Fairfield. 1 understand that this is the first instance since the revolution of a White Man being executed in this District every thing was calculated to make a deep and bating impression upon All the prisoner himself seemed co Sci 1 am unwilling to detain diem. The sheriff then proceeded to tie by ids behind him he remark to lat it was unnecessary. The Slier that if they were not tied 1 catch at the Rop told then to tie 4idwol that Suci would be the Case w he came to with Christian fortitude and not t struggle with death. T then shake no hands with some who were near Hii he submitted to his Fate and in a moments was launched into to Terni from the new York daily prospects who a hire years May contemplate to greeks ils a resuscitated Ell look Back with feelings few instruments so to which they had session on their deliverance turks. In of edition we letters from Ous. Of his situation and appeared per coutry Iiene Cecily prepared in it Levi relation much through time written messes for f Grniet death with a Fibre apparent Ness and fortitude. After the or. Bell had offered up a prayer in which the prison most devoutly engaged he got scaffold and looking around upon the in multitude with As much composure As i Ever witnessed in substance said you have assembled to behold the execution of an unfortunate old Man who has come Here in obedience to the Laws of his country to suffer death. It is vary probable that Many who Are Nosy present will be shortly called to this final account perhaps the Sama notice to prepare for the awful and the time is not far Dis Tant when you All will have to bit an everlasting Adieu to thing connected with life allow me then on this Casio to say a word in relation to the dread realities of and to conjure you while the Day is your own to make your calling and elec Tion sure. I am net preacher and situated As 1 am of the confines of eternity some May suppose that it is not Iii prov Ince to r Mccomm end a course of con duct Tor other when Iii past life reproaches me for having so Multi neglected it but it is a Melan Choly better the sins of my youth and those of i per years that now Force me to de Elare to you the importance of Reli no if a and to assure that with fore fellow travellers to eternity to embrace it to adhere to its precepts and suffer not the vain notions of life himself is Pintil Metic a is rather and the print is very but these i Are the beginning better things in and every step towards improve Mej ajl gives me pleasure. The Type informed me that types sufficient print a Small Book would Cost one Hundred piastres Between 6 7 dollars a and that a press and together would Cost 13 or 14 j red piastres nearly one Hundred t the following is a list of Ali the press is Iii Greece. 1. The greek press at Egina was Given to the Gree government by or. Didot of Paris in 1823 or 4. 2. The greek press that now prints the French called Meille Aud which was formerly at Hydra was into in or 4.1 he greek press at Egi suppressed by the president for Vine printed an article that displeased him was at Hydra in 1 322, and was a nov which they were become depositories went to the Treasury and took away All the insignia of authority of the chiefs of the Republic without to Kening the other precious things which were form sometime ago in Possession of the Queen of Prussia. The Rich insignia were conveyed by the two monks into Ludhiana and confided to the Faith of a gentleman brother to one of them who was sworn never to reproduce them until Poland should have regained its ancient splendour. The depos it is composed of five diadem four sceptre two chains of Gold a Sabre of the great Boleslas which for seven centuries was suspended from the polish King during the ceremony of their consecration. Among the crowns that of the Fleurs de Lye was distinguished above the rest and called the Crown of France because three of the Royal family wore it in ancient times. These were Louis King of Hungary son Charles Robert and Nephew to Louis his virtuous son hedged wide eds Fly chartered for transports so that the Thini Siwill not be Given up the destination is now said to thousand men Wili go these Ryiz t a arc All said that Feriland Bretly assisting in what will the United troops taken from Here ced by fresh regiments the result of such an r you can judge of without certain it is that Strong energetic monarchical ism May be Well tend people to the polls. Is this the Case in Mexico ? Are they not people subject to influx arising from their Peculiar gha in other to bewilder read you is merciful and kind and Ever ready and willing to forgive the sincere pen he will not be mocked. He knows my knows my sorrow for knows the Earnest of my feelings and the truth of my repentance. To him have i prayed and through the Merit of our Saviour Christ Jesus i Hope to be saved. He died for us Judieth not As is can Pardon and forgive. I shall therefore meet my Fate without fear and in full Confidence of a Biassed immortality i shall die in peace with All Mankind and freely forgive All who have injured me As i expect our father in heaven to for give me. Thanks be to the lord i feel Strong on this trying May it be so with you All when you come to die. Fear not Man but fear god. Man can the body but the soul is immortal. Where we meet a it will be under different Circum arid upon a More important tribunal i now that the there preside seeth l he cannot err i mercy not 4. The Greet press Wlinich j s at halve before mention that the press and types were at Napoli. 5. A press h As just a arrived at from Paris for the purpose of printing a French newspaper. It belongs As f am told to an English gentleman and a Frenchman of from this it Only three presses in Greece for Ingo reek and one of these is very one is is Leif ced. What Light can any one expect to find among a people almost destitute of books and who until within a years were destitute of a press that Jame american will show the Simeur Didot of Paris and Send press to Greece which shall be Athol in devoted to the printing of the Clas sics and it is very desirable that there should be another devoted to the printing of theological a third i should wish to see and should be glad to have it thanked him Ler for their be during his or Tomother my direction devoted to the printing of extracts from the fathers of Ecclesias Ticle history and action with regard clo the present of religion in different partly i world. So Call ele who As in Tri in a us he said to a Kim Weltshe should teach her y Madam to read to write v writing and arithmetic which if not taught Inye year a cites of learning

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