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•THE FERMENT OF A FREE, IS PREFERABLE TO THE TORPOR OF A DESPOTIC, OOVERNjHENT. n VOL. I ATHENS, (GEORGIA,) TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1832. No. U. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY By Albon Chase. Thus-—Three dollar, per year, payable in advance, »r Four dollart if delayed to the end of the year. The latter amount will be rigidly exacted of all who fail to meet their payment* in advance. No subscription received for leas than one year, un less the money is paid in advance; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the publisher. A failure on the part of subscribers to notify us of their intention of relinquish ment, accompanied with the amount due, will be con sidered as equivalent to a new engagement, and pa pers sent accordingly. AnvaaTtscHKSTS will be inserted at the usual rates. ;3*\\ll Letters to the Editor on matters connected with the establishment, must bejwrl paid in order to- secure attention. rC7* Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes by Ad- ministrators, Executors, or Guardians, must be publish ed stily days previous to the day of sale. The sale of Personal Property, in like manner, must be published forty days previous to the day of sale. Notice to debtors and creditors of an estate must be published/orty days. Notice that Application will be made to the Court of Ordinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes, must be published/air months. Noiioothat Application will be made for Letters of Administration, must bo published thirty days, and for Letlere of Dismission, six months. SHERIFFS’ SALES. C LARK SHERIFF’S SALE.—On the first Tuesday in JULY next, will be sold, at the Court-house in the town of Watkinsville. Clark county, within the usual hours of sale, the following pro perty, to wit: One Road Wnggnn, and 4 Horses and Har ness. levied on as as the property of William Yar brough to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of John Neshit, vs. William Yarbrough, Ansalum L. Harper, John W Harper and Abraham Doolittle, securities on stay. One Road Waggon and 4 Pair Harness, two bay horses, one aorret horse, and one sorrel roao horse: levied oo ss the property of Henry Glasson, to satisfy two fi. fas. one in favor of John Neabit, the othe in favor of George Dent, ve. Henry Glssson, Jona. than Lea and Marcus A. Sears, securities on star. May 39. ISAAC S. VINCENT, Sh’ff. C LARK Postponed Sheriff's Sale.—On ‘he firit Tuesday in AUGUST next, will be sold at the Court house in atkinsville, Clark counly, within tho usual hours ofsale, the following property to wil: Six Negroes, to wit: Amy a woman about twenty-five years of age; l.izv a girl, about four years old ; George a bov, about two years old, Joe a boy, about six years old ; Lindy agirl, about four years old ; and Nelson a boy, about fivo years old: levied on as the property of Gabriel A - Molfett, to satisfy a fi. fa is sued on the foreclosure of a mortgage in favor or Ste vens Thomas, vs. said Moffett. _ JAMES HENDON, D. Sh’ff. May 29. J ACKSON Sheriffs Sale—On the first Tuesday in JULY next, will be sold at the Court-house in the town of Jefferson, Isckson county, within theusual hours of sale, the following property, to wit: One Negro Girl named Betly, about Twelve veers old : levied on as the property of Joseph lam- arum, Executor of Obadish Watson, ilccoosod. to satis fy sundry fi. las. is'urd from a Justices court. Proper ty pointed out by Joseph Landrum. Levy made and returned to mo by a constable. Ono Trncl of Land, containing 220 Acres, more or less, adjoining McNecs and thers: levied on is i ho property »f John Oiler,-to satisfy two (i. fas. is sued from a Justice* court, in favor of Wood & Hob son, vs. said Oiler. Levy made and returned to me by a constable. _ G. F. ADAM3, D. Sh’ff. May 29. ADISON Sheriff’s Sale.—On the first LTJL Tuesday in JULY next, will be sold at the lourt House in the town of Danielsvillr, Madison ■maty, within the usual hours of sale, the following rjperty, to wit: N One Tract of Land, containing 114 Acres, lore or less, adjoining A. G. Bullock and others : lr. ied on as the properly of John W. Cosset, to satisfy rnr fi. (as- issued Irom a Justices court in favor ol Jehu Vilhito, vs. said Gossnt. Property pointed nut by the elendant. Levy made and returned to mo by a con- table. JOHN BONE. D. Sli’ff. May 90. # ALL Sheriffs Sale.—On the first Tues day in JULY next, wHI be sold, at the Court »u-o in the town ofUainesville, Hall counly, within s usual hour* ofsale, the following property, to wit : One Sorrell Horse, 4 nr 5 Years old, Saddle d blanket: levied on aa the property of Aion B. irden, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Hall Superior urt, in favor James '- v . Jones, &Co. vs. said Harden. One Lot of Land, No. 88. in the 12th Dis ci of Hall county, and 90 Acres mors or less, being rtufLot,No. 62, in thelSih district of said counly: ried on as the property of Aron B. Harden, to aatfsfy ndry fi. fas. issued fruin Hall Superior couit, in favor Oliver P. Shaw, and others, vs. said Harden. Pro. rty pointed out by PlaintitPs Attorney One Half of Forty Acres of Land, ndjoin- gthe Town of Gainesville, in Hall county- levied on the property of Thomas Haines, lo satisfy a fi. fa. lued from Walton Superior Court, in favur of Joseph inks, ee*. and others, vs. said Haines. One Negro Man named David, about 35 srs old: Levied ou as the properly of James C. ite, to satisfy a fi. fa. isened from Franklin Superior urt, in favor of Bonn tt Baird, for the use of John inks, vs. Jamas Edmondson and Janies C. Tats. Ono Lot of Land, containing 200 Acre*, jra or less, being part of lot, No. 70 ia the 10th die. ct of Hall: levied on as the property of shad rack sen, to satisfy a fi. ft. in favor of Solomon Hunt- rics and the officers of Hall Superior court,vs. James Ban’and Sbsdtsck Dean, and other fi- las. against ltd rack Dean. All the Interest that George H. Owen* has a Homo and Lot, not* Gaineofill**, in Hall county: ried on as the property of Hoof*® H. Owgo^io ft ify sundry fi. fas. in fetor of Stephen Reed, aaid lay fit* IIJ U* IU. Id IlfUl «*1 •^as paauis Levy mads and ((turned o « by * const*- A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff. R ABUN Sheriffs Sale.—On tho first Tuesday in. JULY next, will be sold at the Court-house in the town of Clayton, Rabun county, within the usual hours of s*le, the following property, to wit: 1 Two Hundred Acres of Land, more or less, being part of lot, No. 58, in the 5th district of Rabun county: levied on os the property of Zebidee Slaton, to satisfy a 6. fa. in favor of Jacob Caphart, issued from a Justices court. Property pointed out by the defen dant, Levy made and returned lo me by a constable. One Lot of Land, No. 76, containing 250 Acres, more or less, in the 2d district of Rabun county: levied on us the property of Wiley Ballard, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from a Justices court, in favor of Josiah H. Carter. Property pointed out by the plaintiff. Levy made and returned to me by a constable. T. M. HENSON, D. Sh’ff. May 29. IiESAIi NOTICES. GEORGIA. GWINNETT COUNTY. To William Gilbert and Mitchell .Pool. T AKE notice that I shall apply to the Superior Court, lo be held in and for said county, on the second Monday in September next, to appoint fit and proper persons, in conformity to the statute in such cases made and provided, to lay ofi and assign to me, my dower in the Real Estate of William Gilbert, lato of said county, deceased. TAMER GILBERT. June 12—13—m3m. Georgia, jackson county. In the Superior Court, Feb. Term, 1832. Bill for Discovery, Distribution of Estate. Jeremiah Spice, vs. Rachel Wallace, William Wallace, Nicholas Wallace.. _ I T appearing to the court from the return of the Sheriff, in the above eaae, that two of the defen dants, William Wallace and Nicholas Wallace, reside out of the county; it ia therefore ordered, that servico of said bill, be perfected on the said William and Nich olas Wallace, by publishing this Rule once a month for three mouths, in one ofthe public Gixettes of this Stste. A true copy from the minutes, March 30th, 1832. SYLVANUS RIPLEY, Clerk. May 15—9—m3m. GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY. Inferior Court, sitting for Ordinary Purposes, May Tsrm, 1832. Present their Honors, James Long. James Anderson, No ah tV. Pittman, John Merony, and Robert Grotee, Justices. RULE NISI’S. W HEREAS Henry Hartsficld, Guardian of the person and Eslnts of Thomas House. And Rebecca York, Guardian of the person and Es tate of Lucy York, insane, have applied to the Court aforesaid, for letters of diamiesion. Ordered, that altar forty days publication of these Rules, in one of the public Gazette of this sltto.the said Guardians will be dismissed, unless cause bo shewn to tho contrary, of which all concerned is here by notified, A true extract from tho minutes of said court, this 8th day of May, 1832. WILLIAM SANDERS, c. c. o. May IS*—9—40d. GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY. Inferior Court, Sitting for Ordinary Purpo ses, May Term, 1832. Present their Hancre, James Long, James Anderson, Noah W. Pittman, John Meroney, and Ro bert Groves, Justices. RULE NISI. W HEREAS Henry Harlsfield, administrator do bonis non of Brinkly House, deceased, have petitioned ibo court, for letters of dismission. Where upon it is ordered,that a copy of this Rule be published once a month, for aix months in one of the public Ga zette of this Slate, that all parties concerned may have due notice, and file their exceptions (if any they have) lo the issuing of said letters dismissory. A true extract from the minutes of said court, this 8th day of May 1832. WILLIAM SANDERS, o. c. o. May 15—9—m6m. here shewn to the Court; and your petitioner further ahewelh, that there is now due on aaid note, the whole of the principal and interest, and therefore prays that unless the said Elijah H. Ried, James P. Heath and Michael Brown, do pay into the Clerks Officn of this Court, the amount of the principal end interest now due, or which may become due on said note and mort gage, together with all cost which hath or may accrue icrein, within six months from the date hereof, that the equity of redemption in and to the said mortgaged pre mises be henceforth and forever barred and foreclosed. Whereupon, on motion of Samuel A. Woles, attorney for petitioners, it ia ordered by the Court, that unless the amount of principal, interest and cost, now due or to become due an said note and mortgage, be paid into Ihe Clerks Offipeofthis Court within the time afore, said, that the equity of redemption in, and to,said mortgaged premises, be thenceforth and forever bar red and foreclosed. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this rule be published once a month for six months in some one of the public Gazelles of this Slate, or be personally served on the said Elijah H. Ried, James P. Heath, and Michael Brown, three months be fore the expiration of this rule. A true extract from thominu’.es this 18th April,1832. J. T. CARTER, Clk. April 24.—6—m6m. GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY. To the Inferior Court of said county, when silling for ordinary purposes. I T appearing to said Court from the petition of An derson Watson, that John Black in his life lime executed with one Thomas Turner, a bond to the said Anderson Watson, for titles to Lot No. 938, in the 4th District of Muscogee county, nowMarion, and it fur ther appearing, that the said Anderson Watson ho* paid up for said land, and that the said John Black de parted this life without making titles to the same: It is ordered, that the administrators of said deceased, do execute titles to said land, unto the said Anderson Watson, unless good causo be shewn to the contrary within the time prescribed by law, and that this rule be published accordingly. Given under my hand this third day of March, 1832. JOHN H. JONES, d. c. c. o. March 20.—12—mSm. GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY. In the Superior Court, March Term, 1832. James W. Jones, & Cn. ) vs. S Bill for Discovery, Relief George W. Wscasor, > and and ) Injunction. Aldridge Kean. ) I T appearing to the Court, that the defendants re* side without tho County of Hall, so that service cannot be perfected ill the usual way: It is ordered by the Court, that the said George W. Wscasor, and At* dridgo Kean, plead answer or demur to said bill on or before the first day of next Term, or tho same will be taken pro ennfewo. A true copy from the minutes. JAMES LAW, Cleik. March 27—2—ni3m. EXECUTOR’S SALE. W ILL be sold on tho first Tuesday in August, at the Court house in Jefferson, Jackson county, by older of the Honorable tho Inferior court nf said county, when silting for ordinary purposes, two Negro boys, by the name of Wiley and Tom, belonging to the Estate of Obadiuh Watson, deceased. Sold for the benefit of the creditors of said deceased. Terms essh. JOSEPH LANDRUM. Executor. Mny 29—11—tds. ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE. A GREEABLY to an order Afthe Honorable the In ferior court of the county of Clark, when sitting for ordinary purposes, will be sold on the first Tuesday in Angus* next, before the court houso door in the town of Watkinsville, all tho Real Estate (except the' widow’s dower) in said county, belonging to the Estate of Allen Bonner, lata of said county, deceased, there being between Eleven and Twelve Hundred Acres of Land, in three several Tracts, llimigh all joining, well improved, on the waters of tho Appalacnee river and Barber’s creek, joining Boling,,Stewart, Greer, Arthur and olliers,which will be sold in parcels lo suit purcha sers, and n credit of one and two years. Sold for the benefit of the heirs of snid deceased. Those wishing a handsome) situation in this county, will do well toeaii and examine the premises previous to that day. ISAAC S. VINCENT, Attorney in fact for the Administrator. May 29—11—tds. ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE. A GREEABLY to an order of the Honorable tho In ferior court of Oglethorpe county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, (and by the consent of the parties in interest) will he sold in Lnxington, on the first Tuesday in August next, Lol No. 186, in tho Sim district, origi nally I.en county, also. Lot No. 79, in the 12th district originally Early county. Sold as the properly of Jane Bradshaw, deceased, for tho benefit nf the heirs ami creditors of the deceased. Terms made known on the day ofsale. JOHN LANDRUM. Adm’r. May 29—11—tds. GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY. W HEREAS William Knox, administrator ofSam- Usl Y. Patton, deceased, applies to me lor letters of Dismission from the further administration of cold Estate: These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin 1 gular the kindred and creditors of aaid deceased, lo be end appear at my office within the time prescribed bj law, to shew cause if any they have, why said letters should not begranted. Given under my hand this 9th May, 1832. WILLIAM COWAN, c.c. o. May 22—10—in6m. GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY. W HEREAS Thomas Moore and James Hampton, Executors of William Malone, sen. deceased, applies to me for letters nf Dismission from the further administration on said Estate: These are therefore tn cite and admonish all and sin gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law lo shew cause if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 21st May, 1832. JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o. M*y22—10—m6m. Oglethorpe Inferior Court, Feb. adjourned Term, 1832. I T appearing to the Court upon the affidavit of Wil lis A. Jordan, that the following note is either lost ,11 mislaid; vix: One note on Robert Maxwell, due January 1*1,1631, for the sum of fourteen Dollars,wilh a credit on the same, id January, 1831, fur one duller Alt.-six and a quarter ceots,and one othei credit on the 6th May, 1831, tor 50 cents. , , Ordered, th-il all persons interested shew cause on or before the first day of the next term of thia Court, why a copy of said note should not be established in lieu of said original so lost or mislaid, that said copy be filed with the Clerk, and thia rule published monthly in one of the public Gazettes of thiaStale. A truo extract from the minutes 12th March, 1832. JOHN LANDRUM, Clk. March 20.—19.—m3m. GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY. Superior Court, April Term, 1832. Thompson Collins, "1 vs. For Foreclosure. Elijah H. Reid, j James P. Heath, Michael Brown. , J RULE NISI. fffiYHE petition of Thompson Collins sbeweth, that JL Elijah 11. Reid, James P. Heath, and Michael Brown, heretofore, lo Wit: on the 9th of February eigh teen hundred and thirty-one, made, executed, and de livered to your petitioner their entire deed ofmort|tge, conveying thereby to your petitioner, all thoae two tract* of fond, mutate, lying and being in Ibo fourth District of aaid county, and known and distinguished in the plan of theaame, aa Lots No, 27, and 28, in the fourth District, containing lour hundred, eighty-seven and one half Acres, more or lew, which Lola of Land were mortgaged to your petitioner for the better secur ing the payment of« certain promissory note, made by the said Elijah H. Ried lo your petitioner for the sum of two thousand dollars, payable on the first of July, eighteen hundred aod thirty one, and dated the niath of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, and now GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY. W HEREAS Etheldred Sorrel, administrator nn the estate of Lewie Barnett, deceased, applies lo mo for letters of dismission from the further admin istration of said estate: These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin gular tha kindred and creditors ofsaid deceased,to bo and appear at my office within tho time prescribed by law, to shew’imse, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 21it day of Jan. 1832. JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o. Ian. 24.-4—m6m. GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY. W HEREAS Charles Strong, senior, executor on the estate of William Strong, senior, late of Clark county,deccaaed, opplieo to incfor letters nfdis. mission from the lurther administration of Mid estate : These are therefore to cito and admonish all and sin gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, to shew causo, if any they have, why said let ters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 5th of Mareh, 1832. JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o. March 13.—11—m6m. GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY. W HEREAS William Knox, administrator de bonis non of William Patton, deceased, applies to me for letters of dismission from the farther administration on said estate: Theseare therefore Indie and admonish, all and sin- gular the kindred and creditor* of said deceased, to be and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law, tn shew cause, if any they have^wliy said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 5th dsy of March, 1832. WILLIAM COWAN, c. c.o. March IS.—11.—m6ro. - EXECUTOR’S SALE. W ILL be sold on Saturday, theSOth June next, in the lowri of Athens, a part of the Personal property of George W. Lumpkin, deceased, consisting of Horeet, Cattle, Barouche, Ox cart, lie. Ac. Sold for the benefit of the heir* and creditor* of said deceased. Term*—Crodit until 25tb December next. WM. LUMPKIN, Ex’r. May 15—9—tds. ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE. W ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in July next, at the court house inthetnwnofClaylon, Ra bun county, agreeable to an order of tho honorable tho Inferior court of aaid county, when sitting for ordi nary purports, tho following property,to wit. consis ting of thiee parcels of Land, lying on tho waters nf Chattooga River; one piece nr part of Lot, No. II, in the 3d district Rabun cuunty, containing 59 Acres more or Icsr.; also Lot, No. 10, adjoining the same, containing Two Hundred and fifty Acres more or less: Lot No. 7, adjoining tha same, containing 50 Acres. On the same day, at the Court house in Heard cannly, will be offered for sale, a Lot of Land, No. 242, in the 3d district, originally Coweta, now Heard county. Also, on the same day. at the Court houac in Marion county, will be offered for sale one Lot of Land, Nn. 36, in the'lnt district, originally Muscogee now Mari on county. All sold aa tho Real Estate 'nf James Strother, late of said county, deceased. Sold for the- benefit of the Heirs and Creditors of said deceased.— Terms made known on the day ofsale. JAMES B. HENSON, » ... A. MILLER, JAdmrs. May 15—9—tds. EXECUTOR’S SALE. . A GREEABLY to an order of Hie Honorable the In ferior court of Jackson county, when sitting fur ordinary purposos, will be sold on the first Tuesday in August next, at the court house in the county of Do- Kalb, Lot pf Land, No. 50, in tho 17th district of (for merly Henryjnow DsKalb county,contalningTwo Hun dred two and u half acres, it being part of tlio Real Eslato of Joseph Harrison, deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs of said deceased. Terms cash. TILMAN HARRISON, Executor. May 15—9—tds. F OUR months after date application will be made to ihe Honorable the Interior court of Franklin county, when silling for ordinary purposea, for leave to sell all the Real Estate belonging to the Estate of John Clarkson,deceased. JAMES HARGROVE, Executor. Juno 5—12—w 4m. F OUR months after date applii to the Honorable the Inferior court of Clark icalion will be made to the Honorable the county, when lilting for ordinary purposes, for leavn to sell a Traci of Land, lying in formerly Troup now Me. riwether county, belonging io the Estate of Richard Meriwether, late of Dallas county, Alabama, decea sed. Hold for tho benefit ofthe creditors nf said drcea- sed. JOSEPH MOON, Adm’r. May 22—10—w4m. F OUR months after dale, application will lie made tn the Hnnorabls the Inferior court of Madison county, whon silting for ordinary purposes, for leave lo sell a part of the Real Estate; also a part of the Slaves belonging to the Estate of Allen Daniel,Lunitie, Lol of Lnnd, No. 199> in the 22d district, formerly Muscogee; and Lot of Land, No. 203, in tho 30th dis trict formerly Lee. JAMES DANIEL, Guard. Mny 15—9—w4m. F OUR months after date application will bo made tn the Honorable Ihe Inferior court of Jackson county, for leave lo sell a Tract of Land, Nn. 294 first distiict of Cowota county, belonging to Robert Wil liams, insane. ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, Guardian. April 24—C—w4m. NOTICE. F OUR month* after date application will he made to tho honorable the Inferior Court of Oglethorpe county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to tell ihe Negrons belonging to the estate of Cynthia Ann Kagan, dec’d..(br the purpose of a division. ABRAHAM B. RAGAN, Adm’r. Mays*—8—w4m. F OUR months after date application will be made to tha honorable the Inferior court nfClark coun ty, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell a Lot of Land, No. 64, in the 13th District of Monroe county, containing Two Hundred two and a half scree, belonging to the Orphans of Henry Durham, deceased, for the ‘ *' ” ’" ~ ‘ The New Line of Stages FROM MACON TO SAVANNAH, BY MARION AND DUBLIN, W ILL run THREE TIMES a week-leaving Mseon and Savannah on Mondays, Wednes days and Friday*, st three o’clock in the morning and arriving at Macon and Savannah on Tuesday*, Thurs day* and Saturdays, at eight o’clock in Ihe evening.— Rates as usual. Q. LONGSTREET. ICFTersone Wishing seat* will apply at the Wash ington Hall, Macon. Fch. 21.—8—m4m. FOR SALE. B O NE House and Lot in the town of Athens, where. on the (iib.-criber now lives; together with a small tract of land adjacent, containing 130 acres, 6b of which is woodland. ALSO, a Plantation nn the Ocone* river, in Jackson countv, sixteen miles from Athens, with good improve- monte, and valuable Grist Mills on the river. Tho trac t contains about 700 Acres of Lind, with 950 in cultivation. Terms mty be known by application to the subscriber. STEPHEN BORDERS. Ms.v 15-9-tf. CARRIAGE MAKING. T HE subscriber thankful for past favours, takes this method to inform his customers sod the pub* lie in general, that he has enlarged his establishment, where ho intends carrying on tho above named buai. MOSS on a more extensive scele than formerly; having pruvidod himself with good materials and experienced Northern workmen, ha flatten himself that he will be able to have mado to general eatiifaetion, all kinds of riding nod pleasure carriages, also jersey and dearbon wagons; repairing done at the shortest notice. liar, ness made and repaired. Sign painting t* usual. All orders from a distance attended to with punctuality and deipatch. JOHN REYNOLDS. Two or three apprentices between Ihe ages of' fourteen and aixteen, would be taken at the above es tablishment. j, j{, Athens, May 29—11—w3m. NOTICE. A LL Persons indebted to tho Estate of Andrew On. ham, deceased, are requested lo come forward by i hi. first of July next, and make payment, as further indulgence cannot begiven. ' May 29-1 l-4t. FRANCIS IRWIN, 1 ABNER GRAHAM, j Admr’s. ' Sold benefit of said Orphan*. LINDSEY DURHAN, Gusrdiin. April 10—4—w4m. F OUR month* after date application will be mode to the honorable the Inferior Court of Madison county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for lea ve to sell the Real Estate of Seaborn Smith, orphan of Peter Smith, lato ofsaid county, deceased. JAMES B. BOND, Guardian. March 27—9—w4m. Hoot and Job Printing neatly and accurate ly executed at this office. PROSPECTUS ' OF THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES AND LIFE IN NEW YOKK. I N undertaking the publication of a paper, devoted, as this is designed to be, to tbs pleasures, amust - manta, fashions and divertiseinenls of life, the subscri ber* havir been animated by the persuasive encourage- mentsand gratuitous promise*ofiupporl,of many of the most influential, enlightened and respectable mem bers of tho New York community. It is to a certain extent, a field unoccupied by qtliera, and ono'which is deemed important lobe filled. For while the politi cians, the theologians and tire literati of our country have each their separate oracles, which (like that of Delphoa) proclaim aloud and defend (heir several opin ions and interests; the cause of fashion, pleasurable cn* tertainmenfe, of taste and recreation, find but fewpiiii- lication* of a periodical kind, appropriated solely to their .encouragement and support. To paint “ life aa it is,” without the artificial embellishments of romance; to apeak of its propensities for enjoyment, it* appetite for pleasure and indulgence, and its tendency to enter into occasional follies, is to do what many must ap prove, and no onectn condemn. For it ia certainly no more improper to record tho acts of men than to pro. mnlgate them orally to tho World. '* Pleasure,’’ says tho nobla Frenchman, “ ia tho chief business of life,” and however seemingly incorrect Ihe maxim may be in the estimation of opine,yet it is literally tree, for the devotee certainly takes pleasure in tha exercise of bis religion, the merchant and mechanic in their several branches of employment, and tho man of leltera in his books; while the sportsman who cliasea tha bare, and attends tha ring or the race, is only pursuing pleasures in congeniality with hie natural or cultivated Lisle. In preaenting this new candidate for favor and pa tronage to the public, it is ihe intention of ihe publish er* to render ii at interesting es possible, and to please all if they can, without wounding the feelings or dia. turbing the prejudices of any. The language will bo always chaste, so that the rnoat delicate mty approve. The paper will treat of Fashion, Taste and Scenes of Real Life, gathered from the every day exhibitions of the world. Theatres, Museuma, and other fashions- bio places of retort, will receive appropriate notice*, while the Sport* of tho Turfi tbs Ring, the Pit, of the Fisher and the Fowler, will engross no ioconaiderablo portion ufailention. The proceeding* of the Courts, civil and criminal, wills* far as possible be given,when matters of internet occur, and more especially those of tho Police, where life in all it* forms and coloring i* so faithfully portrayed.—ft is also the intention of the edi tors to devote a considerable portion of each paper to the compilation and disteminatioD ofthe news of the • day, in asummaricl form, which will serve t* s brief and faithfnl record of all important and pasaingaventc condensing* large mass into a comparatively small —inpass. With these intentions, fully and fairly ptoclaimtd, and tvith the most perfect good feelings towarde all out co-laborers ip the same vocation, we present owelvet before an enlighted community, aa candidate* fortbeir patronage and smiles. WM. T. PORTER. JAMES HOWE. IC/' Poet-Masters, and other Urntlemen who wiH sets* Agents for our paper, by giving os notice, csiy have forwarded tu > hem subscription paper* ami extra' copies.—.dprif1832. ^