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SOUTHERN RECORDER. * VOL. I. MILLEDGEVILLE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1820. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, (on Tuesdays) jjy S. GRANTLAND If R. M. ORME, f AT THREE DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE, OR TOUR dollars at the expiration of The TEAR. UT AdvertissmenU conspicuously inserted at (he customary rales. FORTUNATE DRAWERS IN THE LAND LOTTERY, "From the lllfclo the t4th ultimo, contained tn pamphlet sheet No. 10. APPLING. II. Taylor, J. Hagan, Eliz. Carter, or- flbnn, A. Starting, M. Vick. r BALDWIN. J. Thompson, J. Atkerson, N. Mims, C. Ethridge, J. C. Watson, Jno. Lester, W. Cox, W. Horton, it Densler, Wm. Borland, I. Eilands’ orphans, Win. Ste phens, B. Talbot, R. S. ; L. Moore, A. Collins, orphan, W. Taylor’s orphans, J. Miller, P. Gray, VV. Yates, H. Logan’s orphans, J. Methvin, E. Underwood, J. Barkley, J. Tompkins, I. Brooks, Thos. Cooper, L Smith, D. Blakey, B. White. BULLOCH. D. Stewart, J. Underhill, M. Smith, J Brown, G. Mikelt, J. Stewart, jun. A. C Cane, S. Griner, W. Dollar, Sana’l Wil liams, jun. Mary Bird, W. Miller, orp’n. BURKE. Keziah & Mary Allen, orp'ns, R. El lison, H. White, C. Cobb, C. Rheany, I Stewart, E. Knowles, Mary Ann Harris, D. Thompson, W. Mixon, John Luke, A. Mills’ orp’ns, Wm. J. J. Royal, orp’n, Susan, Gallaway, and Eliz. Lererctt, or phans, J. Crain, J. Collins, W. Chance, D. Royals, A. White, J. Hines, J. Rack- Tey, W. Hester, M. Conner, S. Patter- eon, N. Spence, D. King, D. Clagg, John Bell, C. Pearce, J. Fitzgerald, E. Bell, B. Moxley, J. Welch, R. Fryor, Joseph Cates, E. Grace, C. Sharp, J. Baxley, J Bailey, Bullock’s orphans, W. Night, I. Chapman, J. Turdale, sen. BRYAN. A. Cook, Wm. Hill, O. Butler, Mary White, widow. CAMDEN. D. Woodworth, J. Miller, orphan, J. Motes, J. Kendrick, S. Grey, E. Osteen, orphan, P. Goodbread, J. Campbell. CHATHAM. J. Bryan, T. Nottage, W. Stirk, Ro bert Hay, J. Hamilton, H. F. Brand, J. • R. M Kinnon, J B Rowson, M L White, E. Earnest, P. Houston, W. Sherred, R. Tay lor, J. Cooper, P. P. Thomason, M. Bheftall, Susannah Burnsides, L. Geri don, Tim. B. Mason, Mary Rice, J. W, Gibbons, Mary Greene Puree, Catharine Bitter, E. Stebbins, Maria Puree, wid. ; D. Cox, P. Adams, C. Tort, Ann, Eliza, Lewis and James Eliby, orphans, Wm Wilson, E. A. Thompson, Rachel Sweet, Widow ; J. Lawrence. CLARKE. C. A. Carter, S. Green, widow ; J. S. Akin, D. Shay, R. S ; C. Houghton, or- S han, J. Ramey, sen. R. S.; J. Daniel, I. Barber, D. Johnson, M. Stoker, T. Blackmoore, B. Lankford, G. Kent, Jno. Harvey, Rev. ; S. Hilton, Ja’s Scott, Ii. Beasley, E. Norton, W. G. Wright, W, W. Carnes, P. Whitehead, T. Norton. COLUMBIA. S. M’Nair, J. Underwood, D. Rosier, A. E. Beall, F. Ross, orp’n, A. Wood. P Moore, widow ; W. Stallings, S. Bow- dres, orp’n, A. 11. Jones, M. Edmond son, widow; D. L. Morris, H. Lamar, M. Walton, W. Magaha, S. Fudge, Da vid Cooper, E. Bonaire, Mary B. Dunn, widow ; J. Smalley, D. Fay’s orp’ns, E. D. Appling, widow ; J. Ray’s orp’ns, E, Berry, wid.; W. Briscoe, J. Jones, wid.; F. Adams, W. Hunt. EFFINGHAM. C. L. Morgan, M. Kahn, L. Weitman, F. Womock, Jane M’Dorman, orphan, B Stanley, J. Helenstein, sen. J. Womack, P. Jones, J. Hester, G. Secrouse. ELBERT. , W. Bailey, E. Presley, J. W. Allen, C. Crump, J- Allgood, R. S. ; H. Mad dox, R. Davis, J. Hannah, sen. R. S.; W. Taylor, J. Christian, J. Boothe, R. Richardson, W. Vawter, R. Christian, G. L. Peebles, C. Alston, B. C. Heard, W. Henderson, P. Alexander, H. Chil dren i, Naish, R. S. ; M. Herndon, D. Parham, A.* Strawn, J. Wells, J. Nix, J Underwood, sen. G. W. Heard, B. Wal lis, N. Hudson, M. Cash, C. W. Chris tian, N. Cash, J. Middleton, T. Staples, IJliz. B. Johnston, orp’o, Eliz. M’Dug- gle, widow. EMANUEL. J. Neel, N. Berwick, W. Rawls, Bar- nebas Melan, 1. Haubury, Z- Evan9, or phan, J. Wiggins, D. Forgnson, I. Snell 4. Bishop, J. Douglass. FRANKLIN. W. Thomas, S. Hendricks. JL Lane G. F. Bond, D. Ellison, P. CocVerham, J. White, jun’r. J. Morris, J. H. Chand ler, W. Redwine, J. Nelms, A Yeargin W. Holbrooks, T. Whitworth, Geo. W Sway, F. Vaughn, A. Roberts, sen. H Holcomb, H. Smith, W. Ray, J. Sewell sen. D. Jones, W. Mulkey, J. Quillen jr.; E. Burgess, D. Manley’s orphans Wm. Crsine’s orphans, W. Baugb, R Loray, widow ; C. Gilly, H. Baker, J {[opium, J. Boling, T. Ray* John £ut ton, R. M’Crarv, C. Cates, R. Smith, D. Carson, W. Chalmus, L. D. Holstinback, C. Chatham, B. Pullinn, J. Dobbins, S. Chandler’s orp’ns, J. Hollingsworth, T. Goodwin, Martin Baugh, M. M’Carter, Jeremiah Taylor, G. Thrasher, jun. R. Warren’s orp’ns, N. P. Beall, Ja’s Phil lips, T. Payne, A. Connally. GREENE. J. Betlmne, W. Darracott, J. Fuller, J. Sharp, jun’r. W. Evans, sen. T. Mer- rett, L. Barnett, J. Whatley’s orphan, D. Townes. J. V. Patillo, J. Moore, T. Connell, sen. ; T. Anderson, S. P. Cal- leer, M. M’Kenney, J. Armstrong, T. C. Myers, A. Johnson, J. Iiarralson, T. R. Andrews, J, Miles, Sally Bowles, widow, II. Gredille, E. Greer, R. Park, B. Gil bert, E. Thompson, J, Gatlin, E. Cum mings, M. Stovall, widow, Jane Duke, widow, C. Barnhart, T. Wilson. GLYNN. JoliD Piles. GWINNETT. W. Coplin, R. S. ; J, Holderfield, T. Harris, S. Jurdan, jun. M. Clayton, A. Martin, sen. S. Pool. HABERSHAM. Blair Powell. HALL, E Tnlason, P Enlow, T W Cotten, or phan, J M’Connell, E Tolison, J Brown, W. Deaton, jun. W. Stewart, B Brown. HANCOCK. J Smith, A Brantley, R. S. ; II Pal mer, J Jones, J Buckner’s orp's, J Ma thews, J Copeland, R S ; W Maddox, F Brooking, A. Bird, I. Thompson, Wpp Johnson, J Giles, J Galden, J. Thornton, P Scott, J Hillyer, J L Acee, T Goore, sen. R S ; M Lucas, J. Thornton, Sarah Brown, W Edge, J, Clark, W, Sauders’ orphans, J. Thwealt, M L Hill, D. Ave- rett, J Champion’s orp’s, E M’Crary, J. Orear, J V Dismuck, W Mahon. JACKSON. W. Kendrick, G. Winfrey, W. Lind sey, J Belts. W Camp, senior, J. R. M’- Clesky, P Patrick, J Jordan, S Benton, J Sisson, C Atkinson, A Nelson, Charles Strickland, W Smith, T. Ragan's orp's, W Baskin, J Gibbs, sen. D Smith, seo’r R S ; J Pendergrass, G P Parker, Nan cy Bridges, widow ; C Strickland, Silas Smith, W Hilling, D Henderion, H Wil son, A Martin, J Becks, W. Hewctt, J B Pearce, A Bradford, C. Hemphdl,.-Jona than Betts, W Brannon. R M Hamilton, J Berry, L Arthur, D Henderson, N C Jarratt, J Asburn, A Gaunter, G Brad ford, E Smith, J Pearce, J Walls, sen. V Johnson, H Madcalf, Jno Kermichael, senior. JASPER. L Willison, J R Eady, J Leverett, G Alexander, II S ; J Langham, J Leggett, VV Bowdin, R Fitzpatrick, S M Harrell, J May, A. Ilartstield, J. Bransford, J. P. Buchannon, sen. P Hancock, G W Bon ner, E George, J Lumsden, H Moore, Girecne and Sarah Tredwell, T Harris, J Stewart, O Belcher, J H Williams, J Mulloy, J Portwood, A Kendrrelc*,*V S. Castleberry, D Russell, Wm Wilson, 11. Holloway, J Barnes, N Johnson, jun. J Benton, H Gillum, J M‘Kee, J Loverett, J Fluker, J P Burbannon,sen. J. Brum- mett, Fears, W Crain, B. Stone, orph. L Tuggle, J Wilson, T Momp, J M’Mi- chael, jun. A Dale, M Ray, J Wilson, J Graves, sen. W Gagg, S M’Michael, W P. Taylor, P Morphey. JEFFERSON. S Crawford, C Godfrey, orphan, Job Townsley, Nancy Hannah, widow, lie- rod Dupree, E Brown, J Pendry, Wnj Thompson, Mary Waters, orphan, James M’Bride.jr, Wm. W Abbott, Ja’s. John ston, J. S. Lee, J T Neel, S Bailey, wi dow, M Raiford, sen’r l Lawrence, Na than Holt, J Lyons, J Sapp, A Montgoin ery, widow, W Whigham, J Corbett, W Clark, A Beasley, B Holey, widow, Ro bert Pittman. JONES. W Murkerson, D Carson, A Alexan der, M Minter’s orphans, S Ledbetter VV Gray, J Sanders, Mary Jones, widow E Tarver, R Hamblin, B Tanner, James Felts, R S ; J Stewart, J Simms, W B Hammock, VV Ross, W Harrison, John S Pope, W Whatley, R Bozeman's orp’ns J Kelly, D Ward, VV Russell, B Lipsey widow, H A Spencer, E Gattewhetc, T Radney, W Whatley, J B Stiles, J Wea ver, A Blalock, widow, I Loyc, Berry VV Beasley, W Bonner, J Jackson, orpn A Jarratt, H Mitchell, F Sims, J Sum ner, J H Veasey, E G Sims, D A Phil lips, A Lwcko’s orphans, J Stinson, M Tidwell, L Kelley, M. Johnson, T I) Ox ford, E Barrow, J Dillard, L Blanks, S Hcrcv. LAURENS. J Perrv, pen. G Spell, Eliz. Cook, or phan, L Whiddon, W Cathorn, It Story D Evans, jun. W Parrot, E Culpepper S Bradwell, B Horn, orphan, J Smith, D E Phillips, J S Culberson, W Daniel, J Collier, B Joiner, VV Dean, D Hill, Ju’ Yates, jun. LIBERTY. E Shumate, orp’n, J Wilson, Thos. T Webb, J Cooper, M Andrews, T Quar terman, B Brewer, D Stetson. E Brad ley, Jane Kallender, widow, J Flowers Me M’Coswell LINCOIjN. S. Gray, C. Golden, W Elliott, II. Brown, Nancy Sudduth, widow; J. Reid, W. Gools by, Marthy May, widow ; P. Trammell, W. A. B. Mahon, W. Wardsworth’s Orp’s, Wm Dennis, sen. J. Knox, Joicev Mnllet, widow; W. Harper, Z. Grimsley, W. Ratcliff’s drps. T. Elliott, VV. Green’s orphans, J. Guilt, M. Stakes, Z. Spiers, J. Murray. MADISON. T. Long, G. R. Taylor, J. Veal, William Shields, B. Smith, J. Gossett, A. Clore, W. Fergus, W. H. Parker, G. Allen’s orp’ns, Ma ry Ann Millirnn, W. Dixsnii, W. Rradherry, J. Morrow, Mary Save, W. W. Williford, S Woods. MINTOSH. J. Wood, VV. Germaine, A. M'Donnld, It. Carter, J. Print, J.Carty, R. S.; VV. Harri son, VV Elliss, Chs. J. VV. Stewart, VV. Staf ford, J. Davis. MONTGOMERY. J. Gibbs, VV. Godwin, A. M’Millcn, Na than Clarke, L. Gilley. MORGAN. VV. Lewis, VV. Herd, jun. J. K. Browning, W. Collins, G. Jeffries, A. Fitzpatrick, D W. Porter, B. R. M’Coy, E. Gilbert, J. Duck, 11 S ; J. VVelborn, J. B. Cain, R Speaks, Sa rah Orear, widow; John Bcllah, B. Boyce, C. II. Harris, widow ; J. C. k&ndrirk, Jere miah Davis, VV, Johnson, G. VV. Smith, M’Allhatton, C. Phillips, R. Coney, J. VV. Darwell,!. Smith, J. Colley, C. Few, Thos. Brown, I. Culbertson, J. Akins, E. Petus, J. Fain, R. Green’s orphans, VV Moore, Joseph Key, Z. Alford, T. Wilkinson, M. Pall, Du- my Kelley, T. Wood, J Smith, T. Kennon, J. Bailey, D. Allen, R. S ; S. Kuiblet. OGLETHORPE. H. H. Lumpkin, M. Ragan, B. Murphcy, T. Williamson, G. W. Birdsong, M. House, I. Johnson, W. Thomas, P. Thaxton, Suin’I. Ward. J. Whitehead, T. Glass, J. Ellis, Jo seph Bray, L. Galloway, J. Phillips, sen. K. Beal, II. Maxwell, J. Nixon, E. Gilmer, wi dow, L. M. Maxey, S. Graham, Y. VV. Short J. Dicks, W. Carter, VV. Mathews, D.Tuck er, D. Grilfy, F. Stuart, S. Bentley, J. l’e- tiiR, sen. A. Brown, E. Sorrow, J. Hancock, R S ; O. Harris, R. Thomas, J. G. Johnson S. Ward, VV. M. Pledge, G. H. Young. PUIjASKI. J. M. Taylor, J. Jean, E. King. A. Grnd- dy, N. Phillips, A. B. Puckett, J. Bennett, orph.; J. Iligen, VV. Roberts, orph.; Jesse Donaldson, J. Sutton, E. Taylor, Orcn Ste phens. PUTNAM. VV. Paoe, Jun. J. Burt, W. B. Marshall, S. Butts, E. VVimhush, N. Green, Z. Reid, J S Bfown, G. Boling, J. Boggess, S. Bryant, widow ; J. Hays, sen. R S.; T. H. Evans, N. Ellis, J. Saucer, J. Veal, P. Buckner, B. Cooper, Z. Burt, E. Cokcc, J. Samples, Jno Keith, VV. Worthy, J. Rees, VV. F. Stephens, I. Parker, W Gray, ,T. Lee, sen. S. Sims, J. Harrison, I Green, R. Watson, T. Roliy, iVl. Phillips, A. Lipham, VV. H. White, Absalom Black. RICHMOND. E. Anderson, jr. J. Garner, G. Sellie.k, M. Antony, DocU; J. Liverman, D. Shaffer, R. Dukes, J. Hall, VV Palmer, J. H. Lambert, S. Hawes, 1). Walton, widow, B. B. Mitch ell, A. VV. Stnrges, widow, M. Templeton, G. Wilcox, widow ; D. M’Murphy, R. S.; T. Lewis, J Lyncs, M. Harbock, J Gindrat, Elizabeth, Caroline, Milly, and Polly Prat- ter, orphans Hampton, Morgan, Hymbrick, Epsey, and Thomas Hall, orphans, G. Jor dan, S. Sturges, Jun. J. J. Robertson. SCRIVEN. A. Newton, J. Pye, J. Gamble, J. Fair cloth, VV Thorn, J. Pye, VV, Ruberts’ orp’s, J. H. Smith, N. Roberts, VV. Hill, J. F. Lo vett, jun. W. Cate, B. Phillips, II. Vickery, VV. Rhodes, S. Carlton, E. Hunter. TATTNALL. K. Hancock, J. Rutledge, C. Tyre, Ric.h’d Tullos, VV. Higgs, VV. M’Clendon, S Bawls, G. Carter, sen. D. Geigner, E. Mattox, jun’r, D. Me.nab, D. Oglesby, I*. Collins, widow . 11. Watson, VV. Newman, L. Johnson, Fre derick Douglass. TELFAIR. VV. Gibson, jun. J. Gant, C. Pare, Thos S. Swain. TWIGGS. VV. Davis, VV Low, VV Durden, S Barbee, R. S ; A Clarke, STaylor, VV Hester, H L. Coon, S Peacock, J VVillebv, R. S. ; James Noland, II G Gaines, J H Thompson, L I' Hargrove, E. Powell, M Whitehead, J Eas- terbery, sen. It S; D Crumpton, T. Bobelt, VV H Dupree, E. Ward, D. Lee, J. Cohorn, T. Willis, S Robertson, VV. It. Henry, John Hollingsworth, VV. Mills, II Barrow, Robert Craig’s orphans, R Weldon, W Dunn, Joel drivers, B Bryan, widow; D Richardson J Bolinger, J. Majors, J. Stephens, D. Hunt D Payne, S Sassinore, J Vickers. BARREN. D Rowc,L Briltenhnm, P May, sen. Ba ton Hataway, James Fleming, J Afchinson L. Davis, VV Simmons, M H Myrie, A Da vidson, C Harrell, J Pope, J Barfield, VV C Hilt, W J Cooper,.!. Duherry, S. Crump, J G. Sandeford, J Wright, E Conner, B Cox well, W Harris, S Pitts, VV Kitchens, Susan nah Bryant, orphan, S Reel, IFCnn, Martin Brooks, C Blanford, V Johnson, H Newson. 8 Allin, J Cody, sen. II Carter, C. Thigpin Barbary Thompson, widow ; E. Cobron, J Matthews, S Pitts, J Brinkley, IF Baker, A Avery. WASHINGTON. T M’Dowel, sen’r, S J. rolis, I. Best, I) Driver, J Sessions, D M ’Lean, J IF Odom A Barber, G Mason, IF Radiates, IF Crum bly, A Belch, Graoy Brown, widow ; Chris topher Person, W Rogers’ orp’s, B. Baker J. Johnson, J. Price, A Albritton, E. John ston, J Odom, U Kellv, G Crumbly, R Gar- dean, DM’Vay, IF Nichols, J Messiek, It IFilson’s orp’s, T Dixon, DM’Kee, L Phil lips, C Collins, J Tindall,.It S; T Holt, F, Mitts, J Martin, J P Tennille, A May, Wm Peacock, IF A Tenable, J Vurnudore, Josir.l Scoggins, J Young, L Price, E Newman, D IFilliains, IF Giles, S Lenicr, widow; E Tty- land, E JFiikey, widow ; I Mathis, orphan J Shehee, R Goidin, T Harden,' T Dixon, John Jones, sen. IF Hopson, M’Keen Green IF. Lambert’s orp’s, B Haw kins, B Jenldns • Wayne. T Fulwoofl, Moses Hatcher. WALTON. B Nicholson, J M’Cnrty, J Roberts, orp’n Johnston, .1 Flanagin, T Thornton, sen. H Mitchell, W R Thomason, J Stocks. WILKES. U Owen, M Stark, widow, J Sutton, A. Johnson, J IF Mallnry, It Bennet, R Furor, C- Hummel, T M’Cluskey, It B Smiley, J. Well), IF Henderson, II Clarke, J Pullin,,jr. Ir A IFheeler, IF Benson, sen. A R Wooten, B Billingsleu, J Finn’s orps. J IFood, jun. J T Hackney, W Hammock, J Tailor, G. IFingfield, J/Boswell, IFDeariiig, E. Cofer, * Stone’s orphans, G Norman, E Calloway, II Gibson, IF Trammel, B Slack, J Bur- gamy, P B Terrell, D Butler, G. Chapman’s orp’s, T Gresham, C Puss, jun. C M’hnight, N F Smith, S IFBrooks, jun’r. minor, Pru dence Chambers, I, Meteor, T Collins, IF Collins, J Gartreli, IF Pettis, L Freeman, J, Clover's orphans, E R Calloway, Joint T Laughter. H Richardson, minor, II Flury, Hnmmil, J Mmgrovc’s orp’s, J Hiding’s rp's, J IFooIhright, sen. IF Pollard, N Bur- umy, F S Uillingslea, It Snppiiigton. WILKINSON. IF Bright, J Durham, S IFilliams, Thorn ton Fowler, J Pool, J Boiler, D Hall, jun. John Gay, W Brown’s orp’s, N M’Bride, J P Sl-ipens, I Goodman, J Howard, Green Whatley, B Horn, T Smith, D Williams, D Phillips, J Lindsey, T Spence, J Freeman, T Pugh’s orp’s, J* Barefoot, D. Morris, Ja’s Siins’ orplis.; VV'. Fnrguson, widow ; Am brose Nelson, C Craft, orp. VV Wood, Ftobt. Ware. J L Evans, J Davidson, J Taliaferro, J Polk, II Jones, widow, N Harper, B Dur ban),.I Cobb. J Hall, D Hull, jr. J Collins, jun. W Sufiold, A Peacock, J Brantley, Jno. Rogers, C Young, N F Randolph, Geo. Gil more, sen. A Width, J Johnson, E Sims, D. Cliildery, G Wright, F Laud. POLITICAL. I’Eom the aariOKAi. advocate. FOREIGN POLICY. Several among the Editors of the A- mcrican daily papers have copied, with expressions of complacency, (be marks of the last Edinburgh Review re specting the general contest between Des potism and Liberty, supposed to be im pending in Europe, and the relation in which the American Republic will stand towards the hostile parties. Great satis faction and some pride appear to bu ex cited by the declaration ol tlic Reviewer that “ much will depend upon the part which is taken by America,” and that th general circumstances of her situation rnnst give her a prodigious power and influence in sue’, a crisis either as a me diator or umpire,” or if she take sides, ‘ ns an auxiliary & ally.” It is added, that her interference might “ prevent the la mentable contest, or bring it to a speedy termination,” and the idea is deprecated of her standing aloof or feeling a repug nance “ to make common cause with England,” w ho according to the Review er, is to be the champion of Freedom. The unction laid to the feelings ofthe Americans in the importance ascribed to them is, no doubt, exceedingly pleasant ; but their sober reflection must, we think, teach them that what we have cited is but a tissue of flattery und error. We consider a general war in Europe as pro bable ; but that great, general strug gle between the principles of Reform and those of Monarchical abuse, o*’which the Reviewer speaks, appears to us uncer tain and indeed unlikely. It is wholly gratuitous to calculate on intestine com motions in Germany and Russia, or per haps even in France and to suppose that Austria will not be able to repress in i- taly the spirit of revolt from the doctrines and practices of Legitimacy. Nor has the assumption that England will ho on the side of popular rights any surer foun dation. Thu Edinburgh Reviewers pro ceed upon their own assertion that the U Itigs constitute the great majority of the intelligent, well-educated, ami en lightened part of the people of Great Britain and cannot f.iil *• in the long run to govern her councils.” VVc have no evidence ot this ; but enough of the re verse. For fifty years the Whigs or Li berals have been struggling in vain for the. ascendancy ; lhogre.it body ofthe clergy, and of all the learned profes sions, of all who receive univer-ity and college training, and till the posts ofthe military uud the financial organization ; of the large landed proprietors, of the hereditary and monied aristocracy, arc manifestly adherents ofthe Tory-inter- cst. This is fortified in the possession of the government by almost every kind of power and resource ; it may be de truded lor a moment by overbearing cas ualties, but the tendency of the whole system, and the current ofthe usual ele ments of superiority, are decidedly in its favour ; or so far at least as to render it almost impossible that the Whig “ influ ence ami authority,” in the sense ofthe Edinburgh Review, should permanently prevail. Nothing but a radical revolution will materially alter the present spirit and complexion of the administration of the British government ; and what might be the nature and consequent policy of the change elfcctcd by that event, no one can divine. Hence, a league with England, or any particular relation to wards her in the predicted European struggle, cannot enter into the calcula tions ofthe American politicians. What is that shape which the struggle is to assume, or what the temper on ei ther side with which it is to be conducted, mcrica” either ns " an auxiliary and al ly” or as “ n mediator or umpire ?” There is none within the range ofsound conjecture—the issue alone must always be so doubtful, from the equivocal dispo sitions and merits of the parties, as to make it but common prudoli^p. for her “ to stand aloof” and relieve her from the obligations of succour and alliance which generosity or abstract justice might seem to impose. As she has the means ot her own security within herself, her interest can never be vitally implicated. A broad and palpable extravagance marks the sug gestion that her interference could ei ther prevent the strife, or bring it to a speedy termination. She Ivas no physical force with w hich to interfere : while she is sale herself from Ilia European arm, she has none to reach the European con tinent. She must coniine herself to men aces or exhortations ; the first would be wanting in all cflicacy from (lie nature of her situation ; the second from that of the European parties. These conside rations might he extended by analogy to her position in respect to South America. Her power and influence a9 regards the liberties of the rest of the world re solve themselves into the mere force of her example. And the virtue of this ex ample will lie in the careful preserva tion of her own free institutions and do mestic tranquility ; and that dupends up on tier “ prudence ;” upon her w„ry avoidance of all entanglement in distant controversies, whether as “auxiliary and ally” or mediator or umpire ; especially where she cannot fully understand the real condition of tilings abroad, nor con fidently rely upon the good f.iiili of one side in ceding, or the steadiness of the other in pursuing und its temperance is suing, the Vdijeets in dispute. She ought not indeed, and never can remain a “ cold uud disdainful spectator,” according to the counterfeit nppreheu- sion ofthe Edinburg Review. She must feel, and should express, a lively sympa thy for the claims and efforts of Justice, Reason, ic Huumanity, w herever made. She should assert her principles and dis play the advantages of her system of go- 1 v eminent, on every occasion. We hope to see all this signally done by her Chief Magistrate and her Federal Legislature at the approaching tession of Congress. Any step beyond would he fiililc in re spect to others, und full of hazard for that permanent and complete triumph of the experiment of republicanism, in w hich, as wc have before remarked, consists the whole cflicacy of her example. In truth, considering the nature ofthe cau ses, by which revolution on the one hand, and regiatanco to it on the other, are prompted in Europe, we may well question whether the United States can bo said to he operative there even by example—whether the motives and the several energies hi feelings ofthe strag gles in that quarter are not so entirely intrinsic as to leav e no entrance or scope for any liind of external influence. YOlVfclUJf. LATEST FROM ENGLAND, ' Nr.w-Voiut, U< t. 13. Last evening our boat returned from the ship Cortes, Captain De Cost, arriv ed at the Quarantine ground in 31 days passage from Liverpool. By this arriv al wo are famished will) London papers of Sunday the 10th, and Liverpool pa pers ofthe 1 ltli September, inclusive. The papers are tilled with the testimo ny in relation to the Queen of England’s trial, which had extended to the 31-1 day. being Saturday, September 'Jtli.— On the litli, Mr. Brougham stated that it was his wish to proceed forthwith with the defence of the Q iecn ; and on the Lord Chancellor enquiring if the council meant, by proceeding forthwith, to open the case then, and to follow it up by pro ducing evidence—or did they meau mere ly to open the cuse, and afterwards pray time to procure evidence. Mr. Brougham said that there were two cases with respect to evidence ; by either of which they might subsequently see cause to guide their defence. The first was, whether they would call any evidence whatever ; the second, they might lie able immediately to produce a part of their evidence, but yet they might require time to hting over other witnes ses. He entreated the indulgence ofthe house after having been thrown by their decision into a situation ol sudi perplex ity, that he might beallowed to proceed with the defence, mid not be asked any question as to his determination of bring ing evidence or continuing the defence to its conclusion in that stage ofthe pro ceedings. Council were ordered to with draw. A considerable debate then took place. Lord Erskine supported the itp Council boiaf agftiit effWed in. It iafto* med that thfc request of Mr. Brougham had been refused, Mr, Brougham bogged to have until nefct day to consider of-his*’ final determination. Tho Lords tblsir' adjourned. On the next day,Bsptod»he#l 9th, tho Lord Chancellor stated to Mftj Brougham, that the house were desirous of knowing at what time it would be most convenient for him to go Into the cOse of her majesty. Mr. Brougham then proceeded so'thl* lows : “ My Lords; Her Majesty’s Council, being more willing to give the House a full and satisfactory unswer to that que*» lion, thought it their duty to wait on be^ Majesty last night, and, in concur renew witli the opinion of my learned friendy Mr. Williams, who, in consequence of his own professional duty, has been oh* liged to leave town for York, we hard come to a determination on the sufriecty which we trust will meet your LordtbipSff convenience. The decision which you* Lordships’ came to yesterday, namely, not to allow any commentary ir> this stag* of tho proceeding of the evidence nd» dur.ed in support of the bill, wna commu nicated to her Majesty. We then re ceived her Majesty’s commands to inform your Lordships, that we shall be able to proceed ns speedily ns possible to an swer the case made out for the bill, and to tender evidence in defence of her Ma jesty ; b it, as they will require a few days preparation, and as that task will devolve on one of her Majesty’s advi sers, in a different branch of the profes sion, probably your Lordships will grant a short delay for that purpose. Her Majesty’s anxiety to proceed in her de fence continues not only unabated, but is rather more increased by some of the proofs against her, ami looking to that very natural, and I shall take leave to add, that praise-worthy feeling, my learned friend and myself are desirous that the delay should be as short as pos sible. I rather exceed than fall short ofthe wishes tier Majesty has been plea sed to assign to our request, when I ask \ our Lordships to allow \i» to about Mon day fortnight for that purpose.” Lord Liverpool said that he could not suppose that any difference of opinion could arise in the House us to the nature of the application made by the reamed Counsel at tiie Bar, because, in his judg ment, the time for beginning her Majes ty’s defence ought to be entirely left to the discretion of her Majesty’s Counsel, No personal inconvenience to the mem bers of the House, individually or Col lectively, ought to influence their Lord- ships upon the question now proposed, anil lie trusted that it would be received with uminlmity. Lord Damley concuft- ej n it It Lord Liverpool. Lord Grey considered that n much later day should he granted. A desultory debate of sofno length took place, when the Lord Chan cellor put the following question : “ Is it your Lordships’ pleasure that 'this House adjourn io Tuesdav the 3d day of October next,” which was carried with out a division, and their Lordships ad journed to Tuesday the 3d of October, at 10 o’clock in tho morning. Thti* ends tho first act ofthe Royal Farce. Addresses continue to be sent to the Queen ; among them was the White Chapel address, presented by the church wardens, attended by the parent officers^ icc. The address ol tiie females of Shef- ti Id, with 10,000 signatures, by Lord Duncannon. Several of the Queen’s witnesses had arrived in town, among them are perrons ofthe highest respectability in Italy.— The London Observer stales, that, among others who will be called in her majes ty’s defence, are. Sir William Cell, the lion. K. Craven, Cupt. Hournam, Cant. Flynn, Duct. Holland, Count Schiaviiii, Hieronymus Carlo, (a courier,) and sev eral other of her majesty’s domestics.— These are all persoug intimately acquain ted with the domestic arrangements of her Majesty during her travels, and will be enabled to account for what, at pre sent, has the appearance of mystery,— Independent of these witnesses, hotkey- er, are a great uumber o#others on tUfir way to England, some of high rank, oth ers in more humble situations in life, The testimony of the latter will throw some lizht on the character and motives ofthe witnesses who have been examin ed in support of the bill of pains and pe nalties. A public meeting had been held at the Crown and Anchor in London, to regu late the subscription for presenting .her Majesty with a service of plate. Sir G. Noel iu the chair. The names of gen- llemen proposed for trustees were a: fol low ; Sir G. Noel, Duke of Leinster, Earl of Oxford, ill. Wood, Esq. Hon. D. plication of A! r. Brougham, und recorn-1 Kennard, P. Moore, Esquire Alderman mended their Lordships to yield to his | Thorp, Sir Francis Burdett, Sir J. New • request, and was followed on the same I port, Sir II. Parrull.Lord W, Fitzgerald, side by Earl Grey, Lord Lunsdown, Lord | and several other distinguished cbnrac- Calthrop, and Lord Darnley, and were , ters. It was stated, at the meeting, that opposed by the Lord Chancellor, arid [ the Queen’s plate had been lent to the Lord Liverpool; and on the motion of Editor of the Courier, and, from the time Lord Erskine to agree to the proposition it had been so lent, ennstunt attacks had of the learned Council, the vote stood—, been made in that paper upon her. Ma* Contents, 49 ; Non-Contents, 1*0—ma- .jesty’s conduct. . that cn:i give “ prodigious power to A- joritv. I’ll,. * Tha following answer was. retttfnofl