. anil static, trsoWcl»« the
Arf-SUSEngland, admitted even
court, actually rolun
« Sawurn attestation o» lh.afa.se
* eer f? h Twe nty yeara have rolled over
5°° d -nr7and vet the same foul charge
adultery, sustained not aj before by the
i‘J b le fabrication, of Englishmen, but
fttercd by the tobitod invention «f It*
a i, u ;jht to be affixed is the even
]'*TJher life, in the face of a generous
ne'onle 1 A kind of eacnmental
i/wiS packed and assorted cargo ot
ill affidavits has been conoected.it
1 " from Italy to Westminister; that
“ pound, of .he people’s
money paid the pedlar who selected the
*2^ ‘Hd with this infected freight,
, JhS Should have performed quarantine
T it vomited its moral pestilence a
6ffoi u.. the Queen of England is
to be Attainted? It cannot be.
* - we have given much, very much
indeed, to foreigners, but we will not con-
ZZe to them the bard earned pnnc.ples
•British justice. If i« not to be endur
*• "hat two acquittals should be followed
hv a third experiment ; that when the
•no-lish testament has failed, an Italian*
ESS *» fl! b ' pe r"il *° 5 ,. 11 “ t
•hen people of character here have been
Tisrredited, others should be rcctuited
who have no character any where - ; but a
love all it is intolerable, that a defence
Ws woman should pass her life in endless
•erudition, with one trial in swift succcs-
Jon following another, in the hye per
la-is, that her noble heart which has defi
proof should perish in the torture
of eternal accusation. Send back, then,
to i ta iv, those alien adventurer.: the
t n d of their birth, .nd the habit, oftheir
Kves, alike unfit them for an >■ nglish court
of justice ” There is no spark of free-
x 1(l1 __no grace of religion—no sense of
morils in their degenerate soil. Rlfemin
ate in manners; sensual from their cra
dles; crafty, venal, and officious; natural
ized to crime; outcasts of credulity ; they
have seen from their infancy their court y
bagnio; their very churches scenes of dai
a, assassination!; their faith it form; their
marriage ceremony a mere mask for the
most incestuous intercourse ; gold is the
God before which they prpstrate every
impulse of their nature. “ A auri sacra
tames! quid non mortajla pectora cogis!”
the one.- indignant exclamation of their
antiquity, has become the, maxim oftheir
No nice extreme a true Itnlton knows;
But, bid him go to Hell—to hell he
Away with them *ny where from us;
they cannot live in England, they will
die in the purity of it. moral hemisphere.
Mean while, during this accursed scru
tiny, even while the legal blood-hounds
were on the scent, the last dear stay which
bound her to the world parted, the Pnn
qisi Charlotte died! I will not h.rrow up a
father's feelings, by dwelling on this
dreadful recollection. The poet says,
fist even grief finds comfort in society,
and England wept with you. But, oh,
find! what must have been that, hapless
mother’s misery, when first the dismal
tidings came upon her!—The darling
•hild over whose cradle she had shed so
many tears; whose lightest look was trea
sured in her memory; who mid the
world’s frown, still smiled upon her; the
fy\r and lovely lower, which when her orb
was quenched in tears, lost not its filial, its
divine fidelity! It was blighted in its
JWossom; its verdant stem was withered!
and in a foreign land she heard it, and
alone —no, no, not quite alone. The Mv!
midons ofßritish hate were rsund her.
when her heart’s salt ter. were blind
fay her, a German Nobleman was plunder
tng her letters. Bethink you, Sire, if that
fair paragon of daughters lived, would
England’s heart be wrung with this en
quiry ? Oh ? she would have torn the dia
•mods from her brow, and dashed caHi
toyal mockery to the earth, and rushed
Adore the people not in a Monarch’s but
in nature’* majesty —a child appealing for
her persecuted mother! and God, would
bless the and man would hallow’ it
and every little infant in the land whoa
mother's warm tear upon her check,
Would turn by instinct to that sacred sum
mons Your daughter, in hep shroud, is
set alive , Sire—her spirit is amongst us—
it rose iintcmbed when her poor mother
landed—it walks amid the people—it has
left the angels, to protect a parent.
The theme is sacred, and I will not sully
»t; 1 will not recapitulate the griefs, and,
Worse than grid*, the little, pitiful delibe
late insults which are burning on every
tongue in England. Every hop l - blighted
r—every friend discountenanced—her kind
ted in their grave; her declared innocence
made but the herald to a more cruel accu
'‘cr two trials followed b; a third,
. third on the same charge—her Royal
Caracter insinuated away by German pick.
and Italian conspirators—herdivorce
ught by an extraordinary procedur
ipon grounds untenable before anv usual
«ay or ecclesiastical tribunal—her name
“!* X ® r ased fyom the Liturgy—her na
a rights as a mother disregarded, and
vr evil rights as a Queen sought to he
exterminated! and all this-all. because
She dared to touch the sacred soil of liber
imni- j°*V , atle not bani.li herself, an
h.‘Jjrlj ad: dterejs! because she would not
ami lU,<> Rn aD andonment of herself l
she lu f enf ‘ I ' o,ls country over which
E re 'S n t .nd to which
and the m! k° u nd by the most tender ties,
, • indelible obligations Yes
le s! r.hl. C ra^ n ‘ ficcncei which hound
her hv yc °’', d p " ,cure for her . offered
so i ho u affeCt Buch t'b’erness
chltract «r,snd such devo
Kiev tho.Krh.T >Ur of .. y °' ,r Uo - val bcd ’ If
—treason T r a ‘‘ ouMe treason
kouor tIL yo " r W o9 *’ t( > whose
tZI C(Mn P rom iaed— treason to th-
h 1 But ,1?* m °* ey U,ey t’" l9 prostrat-
Uiinrg If! , P llp,,ed the infamous tern
to' Atl 6 - Wa * "»'«• S'"-* was right
V.T n „ 'L e ;,r ,aliuble ftcc,l *crs! even
wit.!, srhmm y ’ ne y.- r WM victim
to be not nl?t c ° nsc * unce I believe her
gent o,j her b* j* , e * evil ' cs coin‘B
c '* * n,i Which BhaJl "«*
crifTie ’ b "‘
• third tim, ! ,p i « f adultery, now for
was right herlf U,C c d ap ' ainat her. She
V «ber Lnr.? 1 " f . ,he c "‘'t, which
4nf with : n resider.ee, and all-buoy
fling bp aveiv o
wav ""' i»-
»"’• trot. i.\' l>"—Bril-
i Dirit ? ? her flu JT. «nd Mr-,ns
? m 18 hcr Flot-May the Al-
tfeni the Boyd! Teasel triumphant
Sire, I am almost done; I have touched
hut slightly on your Queen*, misfortunes
—I have contracted the volume of her
miseries to a page, and if upon that page
one word offend yon, impute it to my
zeal nut my intention. Accustomed all
my lile to speak the simple truth, 1 offer
t‘ with feurlesis hopcsty to my Sovereign.
You are in a difficult—it may be in a
most perilous emergency. Banish from
your court the sycophants who abuse
you; surround your palace with approv.
ing multitudes, not with armed tnercena
narics. Other crowns may be bestowed
by despot, and entrenched by cannon,
Tire throne we honor i. the people’s
Its bulwark is the popul.r heart, and
its brightest ornament domestic virtue. —
Forget not also, there is a throne which
is above even the throne of England—
where flatterers cannot oome-where kings
are scepterless. The vows you made are
written in language brighter than,, the
sun, and in the course of nature, you
must soon confront them; prepare the
way by effacing now, each seeming
slight, and fancied injury; and when you
answer the last awful trumpet, be your
answer this:—“ GOD, I FORGIVE,—I
HOPE TO BE FORGIVEN.”
But, if against al) policy, and all im
munity, and all religion, you should
hearken to the counsels which further
countenance this unmanly persecution,
then must I appeal not to you,' but to
your parliament. I appeal to the sacred
prelacy of England, whether the holy
vows which their high church adminis
tered# have been* kept towards this illus
trious lady—whether the hand of man
should have erased her from that page, with
which it is worse than blasphemy in man
to interfere—whether, as heaven’s vice
gerent., they will not abjure the sordid
passions of the earth, imitate the inspired
humanity of their Saviour, and. Tike Him,
protect a persecuted creature from the
insatiate fangs of ruthless, bloody, & untir
ing accusation !
I appeal t* the hereditary peerage of the
realm whether they will aid this levelling
denunciation of their Queen—whether
they will exhibit the unseem'- spectacle
of illustrious rank and royal lineage de
graded for the crime of Claiming its inhe
ritance ; whether they will hold a sort of
civil crimination, where the accused is en
titled to the mercy of an impeachment, or
whether they will say with their immor
tal ancestors; « We will not tamper with
the laws of England ?”
I appeal t* the ermined, independent j'udg
ei, whether lifeto be ihade a perpetual
indictment—whether two acquittals should
not discountenance a third experiment
whether, if any subject suitor came to
their tribunal thus circumstanced, clai.iiing
eith * divorce or compensation, they
would grant bis suit, and I invoke from
them, by the eternal maje.tj of British
justice the same measure for the peasant
and the prince ?
I appeal to the Common* in parliament
assembled representing the fathers and the
husbands of the nation—l beseech them
by the outraged morals of the land!—by
the overshadowed dignity of the throne
by the holiest and tenderest forms of re
ligion !—by the honour of the army, the
sanctity of the church, the safety of the
state, & the character*f the country! you
by the solemn virtues which consecrated
their hearths! by those fond endearments
of nature and of habits which attach them
to their cherished wives and fmi lies, I
implore their tears, their protection, knd
heir pity upon the married widow and
he childless mother!
To those high powers and authorities!
appeal with the firmest confidence in their
•*onor, their integrity, and their wisdom,
vlay their conduct justify my faith, and
raise no blush on the cheek of our posteri
1 have the honor to subscribe myself
Your Majesty's most faithful subject
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
CCr“RicaMO*D" will he attended to in
our next. Circumstances, over which
we had no controul, hare delayed the ap
pearance of his communication.
Since the publication of the Governor's
Massage, we have received no further in
telligence from Milledgeville. It is said
that considerable discontent prevails to
wards the Penitentiary system under its
present organization: and that it is ptob
able, material changes will be made in its
code of penal laws. For our own part, we
have long entertained an opinion that tire
penal code of Georgia could be consider
ably improved, without receiving any es
The Editor of the Chronicle with whom
the Editor of the Savannah Republican had
a “convemii .n” onthe subject of the Vin
' dietitian of Secretary Crawford, is at pre
sent absent. On hi. return wc feel pretty
well assured that he will satisfactorily ex
plain the nature of that conversation, how
ever amalgamated it may have been.
The Editor of the Republican admits
diat a vindication of, the kind is on hand ;
but says, he “understands that Mr. Craw
-1 ford has expressed a wish, that no answer
should be made to any part of the book”
(i e. Governor Clark’s charges) “ which
relate to him.” And thereby concludes,
that it is “quite problematical if the de
fence is ever laid before the public.” Are
we to understand from this expression,
tha' the Republican means, no vindication
is necessary f„. If so, “’fore God” we can
only say, that Queen Caroline, alack ? has
more substantial ground for complaint than
1 has been generally conceded to her.
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r cottox 12}n13}
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i Yuatcuo , <tn42
st'ttin 11 a 13
0 .ALT 85
• none 500
co«* ,37} a 50
MEAt .50 a 61 3
!• corriTS ‘ 4(J a32
Edttd. J. Burdin & Co.
Are low reoly to iqpply thiir Gusto*
ruera with almost any article of
Cutlery, Hardware, and
At Whole Sale or Retail, on accommo
dating Term ».
CASES Fashionable Straw Bonnets,
l j r sale cheap bv the case.
November 13 fit
’JjJvj) BUSHELS CORN, Just Re
ceived, ami for sale by
L. C. Can! clou, Co.
November 13 It
8 10 Reward.
StIUYKO or stolen on Tuesday night
7th Nov from the wharf in Augusta, a
Soritel Horse, of the following description,
blind with tlje left eye, snip ' on the nose,
small star on the forehead, and the right
hind foot white up to the footlock, he is
a short round bodied horse, with a short
swich tail about 10 years old.
Whoever will take up said horse and
send him to his owner, or give) informa
tion so he can He regain’d shall receive
the above reward *nd all reasonable
charges paid. Apply to the subscriber at
the Steam Boat Office.
November IS it*
" “ HERF.AS, James Wadsworth has
applied for letters of administration on
the Estate and Effects of Ruth WilHtm
son, late of this county deceased
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of said Ruth Williamson, dsceus
cd, to be and appear at my office williin
the time allowed by law, to shew cause,
if any they ha e, why said letters of ad
ministration should no,t be granted.
Given under my hand this ninth day of
William Harper, o c o.
HERBAB, John Me Kinney has ap
plied for letters of Administration on tkr
Estate and effects of Zachariah McKinney
late of this county decaaSed
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singnlar the kindred and
creditors of said Zachariah Me Kinney de
ceased, to be and appear at my office
within the time allowed by law, to shew
cause, if any they have, why said letters*
of administration should not be granted
Given under my hand this ninth day of
William Harper, c c o.
, Having disposed of my
interest in the Es'ablishment of ’*e
AUGUSTA CHRONICLE SI (iEOR
OTA GAZETTE, to Mr. J K At
Charlton, the subscriber tenders his best
thanks to the community fcr the patron
age he hat hitherto enjoyed, and ear
nestly recommends his friend to their
»E.YJAAfTN T. DUYCKINCK.
n Tuesday th« 14th inst
At 10 o’clock,
W\\\ be rm\d,
Before the Olohe-Tavern, nilhout reserve.-
& PIPES Holland Gin.
3 do. Northern do
1 Hhd. Jamaica Hum, and
20 Bbis. Mackerel.
20 Pieces fine and super Broadcloths
10 do 3U4 Drab do
30 do coarse and fine Cassimcret
30 do Silk Stripe Toileneltes
10® fine Cassimere Shawls,
30 dozen black worsted Hos©
15 do Lamb’s wool half do
100 lbs Scotch sewing Thread
Leno and Cambric Muslins, Ice.
Together with a number of other arti
cles in the Dry Good and Grocery line.
Terms at the sale.
I sham Thompson,
n Tuesday the iMh inst.
WILL BE SOLD,
C Before the Globe Tavern. J
BB Pieces CO’ITON BAGGING,
Without reserve, Sale to Commence at
12 o’clock. Terms Cash.
(D* Wanted Imracdiatc
y, at this Office, two Journeymen Prin
ters. Vjh° understand their business
November 7-—— *
A. TENEMENT (No. 4) in Bridge Row
for particulars apply to the Subscriber.
James Johnson, sen.
nr McmtAH ware
• Mayor of (he City of Au
». ME signal manifestation of good ies*
and leader mercy, towards life Inhabitant#
of this City and in vicinity, during Jht
past bummer and present Autumn, de
mands public testimonials of gratitude
and obligation to the Great Author©f all
the blessings Unit we enjoy.—Wnen w.
look around us and surrey the nudanclio
’>' mortality which disease of the most irm
ligy.ant type lias visited upon our fellow
, citizens, and especially on the inhabitants
of die city of Savanna!,, (fur whose afflic
tions and suffering* nil the sympathy of j
. our nature has been enlisted) we'can hut
feel a deep serge of gratitude fur the
. health which the citizens of our City and
»• vicinity, have been permitted to en
joy; audit is considered proper and high
ly becoming, that this .community shouhl.
in an exemplary manner, testify their
acknowledgements for this gracious dis
pentation of Providence 1 do there
fore by virtue of a Resolution of the
City Council of Augusta, issue this my
Proclamation, recommending tliat WED
NESDAY, the 15tli inst. beset apart and
observed l.i tins City and its vicinity, as
.a Day of Public Humiliation, Tka»hojfMnq
and Praya —and the respective Churches i
of this place are desired to assemble .h©c*
Congregations on that day, ami perfo; iti
Divine Worship suited to the solemnity of
the occasion—and the citizens arc respcct
fnlly inv ted to abstain from till secular em
ployments during a day that should be :
consecrated io religious purposes.
, Nicholas Ware.
By the Mayor ,
D Clank, c. c.
HE subscriber respectfully infbrm* his
customers and the public, that he has tak
en the brick store directly opposite his
former residence, where he oilers for sale
od General Assortment of
And Military Goods,
On the lowest irms, for Cash, or town
Octoker 24 »-6t
Fresh and Fashionable
Just RECEIVED, and for Sale, foi
Caek only ) at the Store of
Dimoek $ Marsh,
Opporite City. Ifoti f.
• October s——lßt
Offers his services to his friends and
■ public in the
Auction £sf Commission Bu
lie occupies the stand lately held b
Ihompsunand Black, where all favours
will be received and duly attended to.
.HE Co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between the subscribers, under the.
firm of Tmompsos a Black, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
All persons having demands against
said firm will present them to James A.
Black fur settlement, and persons in ar
rears, will make immediate payment to
the same, who is duly authorised to settle
the business of said concern
JAMES A. BLACK.
November 7 3t&w3t
Has remo.ed liia .tore to the upper
ei .d of Broad-street, opposite to the Plan
ters Hotel. Where he offers for sale a
choice assortment of Liquors, Wines, SI
Groceries, London Porter, Salt, Iron, Sec.
London Duffle, Point and Rose,
Negro Jackets and Trowsers, Coarse
With many other articles suitable for
the present season, all of which he will
sell at fair prices, for Cash or produce.
N B Orders for Lumber, left at the
store will be attended to with punctuality
KjAKAWAY from the Subscriber, some (
time in January last, a NEGRO WOMAN
named Hannah, (but will perhaps, call
herself Army or Nancy;) about forty years
of age; nothing remarkable by which she j
can be known. She will, perhaps, on in- i
tcrogation, say she belongs to Skelton, i
Stallings, or Culberson. She left home *
in January last. Any person who will ,
give the subscriber, or Wm Lamkin,
(sheriff of Richmond county,) intelligence
of her, will receive a liberal reward.
Wm. H. Bay,
Administrator of C. Culberson, dec’d.
November 11 3t
dy'The Editors of the Georgia Journal J
are requested to give the above two in
serlions, and forward their accounts to 1
Greeusborough Pest Office for payment. '
■— » 1
*** We are authorized
to announce ANSELM BUGG Esq. as a
candi late for the office of Receiver of
Pax Returns, for Kicbmoud county, at
the ensuing election.
November ijl tfe
EDNESDAY next the 15th in* taut
being set apart for Religious devotion, tlita
office will not lie open lor business; >. ?
scquently, persons having note* oraccep
tances to pay on that day are hereby nOtr
fied that such must be paid on Tuesday*
the clay preceding.
William Jonos, cashier.
Novrnnbcr 13, It.
Bunk of A.ugu*ta,
Tuesday, 14/A November.l H2O.
0O“ To-morrow (the 15(h) being U«k
day appo'iited liy the City Council of Ay»
gnsia, to be observed as a day of lilt*
initiation, Thanksgiving and Prayer; and
it general suspension of business being
recommended-—this Hank will be closed:
All paper due to-morrow, must be paid
Augustus Moore, Cushion.
Private Boarding House.
Mrs. SANDWICH has opened a Pri
vaf. Hoarding House on the corner of
Washington and Ellis Streets, in tho
.Tenement formerly occupied by Mr. Oli
Young I.adies from the country can be
N n*e ■ her 13 ft’
11IIE Copartnership hitherto existing,
.between the Subscribers under the
firm cf Hi xtinotow, & Huhuill, was dis
solved oo the first inst, by mutual consent
all those indebted to or having demand*
against the firm are requested to call on J.
Rumll who is duly authorized te settle tlyt.
same. i i»
November 13, 2w.
To W\e, Vu\j\\c7 **
THE Undersigned take this method toy
inform their friends and the publiq,
,(»at they continue to transact Rasims*
st their WARE HOUSE in AUGUSTA,*.
Their WARE HOUSE and STOHE\ S
are in good order for the rece/ition if
Merchandize and Country
And they intend to give their undivided
attention to the business, and hope by in.
dustry and prompt attention to all orders,
to give general satisfaction to those wh*
may favour them with their custom.
OCT 'The Washington News, Greensb**
rough Selector, and Milledgeville Journal
and Recorder, ate requested to publish
the above 8 times, and nirward their ac'tag
t( this office f it* pa meat.
_ Sept. 9 ..w>
ilolcoMbe 45 i'acker,
itiETURNS thanks to their friends and
• i public for past services and assure all
hose who think proper to favor them with
theirhurinessthe ensuing season, ilia no
ekertinns on their part shall be wanting
to give satisfacti ,
WA R E ll 0 VH E
roa thk bkl'f.ptioii or
Cotton # MftfcTaanAiit,
Are in complete order and in a central
part of the city They will attend to re
ceiving and forward GOODS to thein
friends in the up country, and all Business
in the COMMISSION LINK.
October 14 4t vr
female .Academy ,
and Mrs. Wms will open the®,
Academj for Young Ladies in Augu.tu
on the first Monday in December” (i m no.
diately after the close of their present
engagement as principals of the Po we I tow
Academy) in Mr DANFORTH’a School
Room on Reynolds street,
Beside the omnus CLamsTssr branch
es of Female Education, the course
instruction will comprehend Logic, Rite,
tone, Moral and Natural Philosophy, „f th*
Human Mind, &c. kc.—also, should it b*
wished, the Latin, and Greek Language.
Terms of Tuition will depend upon the
branches studied, and may be known bw
application at the Augusta Book-store,
where an opportunity may betaken of en
tering scholars until the number proposed
is filled up.
Every proper attention will be given t»
the conduct and deportment of young L*>
dies from the country, who may be placed
under their charge during the winter and
spring—who, also, beside the usual in*
st ruction of the school, may receiae th#
instructions of masters in Music, Orawium
and the French Language.
October 28, ——
FUU tiALK.~ *
A. HOUSE and Lot, situated in tkt
Healthiest part of this city. The Houew
is divided into two tenements, each ten*
ment having five rooms and a piazzal and
all out buildings required to esch. withs,
November 7—.— w2jr
Ai.L persona indebted to the late dim*
E H. BILLINGS, & Co. are requested to
make immediate payment to the subscrir
her, who on a surrender of the effects qf
the firm by A C. Hillings one of the Pat
ti »s was appointed assignee by the CredK
tors and is the only person authorised t.
receive the debts due said firm. *
JOHN C. SNBA», Aoetgne*.
. FwSsUat this Offiaqi .