NE\V SKIUKS-VOL. I
b.rrvniMr mohjs'Iav, octobxu is, im.
IS EDITED .DVD PUBMStBD I.YTfflt
CITY OP SAVANNAU,
Yl-j Gcotge llobftTtaon, Jt.
r ght Dollar. pertitnuay payable in advance,
for the country,
la published to meet the arrangement of the,
mail, three time* e week, (Tuesday, Thursday
•0(1Saturday) at the Office of the Dally Oeop.
apian, and contain* all the intelligence, Commer-
olal. Political and Miscellaneous, including ad
vertisements, published in the Dally Paper.
The Country Paper la tent toall part* ofthe
State end Union, br delivered in the City, at
five dollar* per annum, payable in advance.
Advertliements are inserted In both paper*
at 7S cent* per square, of Wines, for the first
Insertion, end 37J for every succeeding puhli-
T HE Hrm or Rockwell U Hepburn i* dlssnlv.
ed, in c niequence of the death ut J. I*
^^hesutSbere have'formcd a connection in
the Practice of Law, under the firm of ROCK-
■WELL i MORGAN, They will attend to pro-
feeaiona! huanca*. in the Federal Court, In the
Ocmiilge* oirenit, and in those counties where
in the late firm of Rockwell Ci Hepburn prac-
JTheir office is in M lletlgevilie, corner of Jef-
flAbh and McIntosh »t eels, where one of them
may be found at all time*, when not on the oir-
£i»it 8a R0OKWELL*
; A A. MORGAN.
Wlledgeville, .Tune 10, 1822.
T HE amount of acvcn and six nrr cent Stock*
authorised to he mbacrihed bv the first sec
tion of the uct passed the 20th April, I8-S2, en-
tllled "An act to authorise ihe Secretary ofthe
Treasury to exchange a Stock bearing an intei
cat of five per cent, for certain stocks bearing
an Interest of six and seven per cent,” not Itsv-
Inir been subscribed, tho proprietors of six pe
coin stocks of 1812,1813, I8l4*nd 1815, and of
•even nor cent stock of 1816, who may wialt to
avail themselves ofthe provisions ofthe third
section of the set, are hereby informed, Hint
bonks have been opened at tile Treasury for
tereiving subscription! pursuant thereto, atid
wV.i continue open until the first of October
The auhacriptions mty he mode by the pro
prietors ofthe stocks specified, either in person
or by their attorneys, duly authorised to make
the subscriptions and transfer the stocka to the
United States, the ceriifioatea nf which are to
hr surrendered at tile Treasury at the time of
ni r- rlie sute-nriniiona. any 37 xrn
Ist/i AulAL i'KECEDENTS.
By WILLIAM T. WILLI VMS,
llosTKVttinK'a Comhkhcui.and Notasul Pita-
Canaan, a new edition, will, considerable ad
ditions, by Clement C. Biddle, of Philadel-
* phis, g.i 50.
Jacob A Wacastt’a Chancery Report* for 1819
and 182U, v»l 1st, with references to Ameri
can c.iaes, by 1|. W. Warner, £6 30. Tltis
work aucooeds the report* of Swanaton inthe
same court, which, together with Merivales,
complete the aeries from Vtsey, Jr. down to
the latest decisions.
fiaLKSin'fl Htifonra io King's Bench, from the
6tlt London edition, with addition! by David
Evans, 3 vols- £15
FiM.na’ Analysis of Blackstone, n new writ, 2
dolls. 75 cts.
A few more flit Wbiatoh’s Reports.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the copartner-
nersbip heretofore existing between Ed
ward Williams of Savannah, and Alujah Fisk of
R aton, under the firm of E Hilliam U Co
8-i'innali, Georgia, is thia day dissolved by mu
tual consent. All persons having demaudt
agahiat the said Him, are requested to present
tile same for payment, and all persona indebted
tb said firm, are called upon to make payment
(o Edward Williams, of Savannah, by whom the
bus ness will be hereafter carried ou
Butin, June 18, 1822. eug 6 •
Ftanci* II. Ntroll A Co. 1 Case circuit Court
vi J. United 8i«te>, Ui*
W. Scarbrough ai d other* 3 trict of Georgia.
Chambert, I3t/i September, 1822.
P W1CE >S liaving issued in tlua came, re
turnable tu ihe term of thia court In De
cember next | and .it being re| resented that
John Haslet!, William S. Giliett, Samuel Yates,
Am hew Low, and John Rogue, defendonts in
tlie said cause,reside without the limits of the
District of Georgia: It is ordered, that the said
JuliiHaelett, William 8. Giliett, bamuel Yates,
Jultp Bogue end Andrew Low appear at the
term nf this rourt to be holden al Savannah in
the term of December next, to snswer to the
tplaintifla on the merits of their said petit on,
and that a copy of this order be published in
One ot the garottes uftliis it ate for three months,
end that the plaintiffs have leave to take such
further proceedings as are preserbed in the
rule in 2ucli cast made and provided.
J. CUYLRH, District Judge.
True extract trout the minutes.
GEO GLEN, Clerk.
$nvanm:h, Sehl 13. 1822. sep 14
W HEREAS, XL - - Louisa C. Shaw, Exccu-
trix, applies for letters of dfimittiou from
the estate of Gene al Nathaniel Green, deceas
ed These are therefore to cite and admomah
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to be and appear at my office, on
,cr before the first Monday in January neat, and
•tu w ’cause (if a»y)> why said letters should not
be granted, in terms of the law.
Giveu under my hand and seal, this 22d day
'hi June, 1822.
a] JOHN BAILEY, c.c. o.c. c.
In tlic Circuit Court of the
In iltd for flit lUstrrt nf /’’uiuylvauia,
in the third Circuit,
Joseph Mart xnilJnMnh Marx'
and George Marx, oltWna
the at.de or Virginia; who sue
aa well In their own name* »s
in behalf of atich other Per*
•ona, Stockholder* of the late
Hank tffthe United Slate*
heretofore named, aa shall
come In and become Partita
hereto, contributing to the
Expenses of thil Butt—Com-
AND In F.thiqy,
David Lenox, F»H«sHfytidtnri4, I October,
Robert Smith, r dum«a Q. Fish Reasons
er, Joseph Sima, Archibald IBIF.
McCall, Paul Siem*n, Samuel
Coates, Henry Pratt, George
Ft»x, PaRchall Hollingsworth,
John 8 (lie, Thomas M, Wil
ling,. Horace Money, George
Harrison, Abijah Hammond,
William lluyard and Oliver
Wolcott, citiaenuof the State
of Pennsylvania, Trustees nf
the late Hank of the United
£\ ND now, to wit, this twenty-third dayol
April, one thousand eight hundred and
twenty-two, (lift cause came before the Court,
on a Mandate froirfjthe Honorable the Supreme
Court of the United State* for ftirther proceed
ings. Whereupon it ia ordered and decreed—
That the holders of Note* of the l*te Bank of
the United States, briiig then) in for payment
It the laic Banking House of *a»d Bank in the
city of Philadelphia, before the eleventh day of
April, A D. 1823. and that on that day thia
Court will make a Anal Decree for Distribution
of the fund* reserved in the hands of the de-
feodanta tor payment of said Note*; and it is
further ordered and decreed, that the Clerk
cause this order to be published m one public
newspaper in each ofthe following places, to
•wit ^Philadelphia, Button, New York, Balti
more, Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, and New
Orleans, at least .once a week, for nine calender
months, before the said eleventh day of April
next. A tme copy.
D. CALDWELL, Clerk Cir. C.
The Editors of the Boiton Evening Gaxette,
at Boston, of the Ncvv-York Evening Post, ni
New-York, of the American, at Baltimore, of
the Norfolk Herald, at Norfolk, of tho Charles
ton City Gazette, at Charleston, of theVGcorgi
an, at Savannah, and of the Louisiana Advei tig
er, at New-Orlean«, are reqtv sted to insert the
above m their respective gazettes once a week,
for nine calender months, before the 11th da)
of April, 1823, and to forward the r bills, as soon
thereafter aa nun' be, to the subscriber, accom
panied by to affidavit proving the publiout’on,
contbrmab!) to the fotvgniiTg Order. '
D. CALI) tVKLL, Clerk Cir. C.
'lMIK persons whose names are hereunto an
1. nexed, are natives of Liberty county, in the
state of Georgia, have resided in said slate from
the time of their birth j and have had their
names registered in my office as persona of co
lor claiming to be fire.
Tirali attends to farming on Mr. Thomas Mal
lard's plantation » she is $.1 year* old.
Prince, a son of Tirali, a carpenter by trade,
is 24 years old, and resides on CnJIoiiePK Inland.
Heller, a washerwoman, resides at Uicebo-
rough, and il 33’yesra old.
Kuty, a daughter of Heller, is 12 years old,
and waits ou Mr William Baker, at Gravel Hill.
Abram, a carpenter, is 35 years old, and re
sides at vtr Richard S Baker's
t£. BAKER, c jcl c
Effingham Superior Court,
December term, 1821.
rhe Trustees of the German"
Lutheran Church it Ebene-
John Freyermuth and several
parcel* of Land
O N the petition nf the Trustee* of the Ger
man Lutheran Church at Ebenczer, stating
that the said John Freyermuth on the fifteenth
day of April, eighteen hundred U fifteen, morl.
gaged by deed under *eaV tn the petitioners, all
those tracts of land* containing three hundred
sores in Effingham county, state aforesaid, on a
small creek adjoining Judidiah Weitmun Kelly's
and Garrison's land; also another filly acres, sit
uated and being m the district of Ebenezer,
bounded by land of Peter Arnetoff & K. Brook-
ners, at the time of survey grunted to Landfel-
deii also,anothcr tract of land situate in the sev-
entectb district of the county >of Baldwin, con-
taining two hundred and twq and a half acres,
known by the number (104) one hundred and
our, with-the appurtenances, to secure the pay
ment of a bond or obligation ofthe suid John,
bearing date the day and year aforesaid U pray
ing the foreclosure of the said mortgage. It ap
pearing to the Court that there is now due on
the *aia bond and mortgage the sum of two hun
dred dollars, with interest st six per cent, fron^
the fifteenth day of April, eighteen hundred Cf 1
eighteen. On motion of Wayne and Cuvier, at
torney* ofthe petitioners, it is ordered.that the
said John Freyermuth, his heirs or representa
tives, do pay into Court the amount due as a-
foreaaid within twelve months from thia date,
otherwise that the equity of redefinition of the
said John and his heirs, in The said mortgaged
premises, be foreclosed, and that such further
proceedings take plkce as are by law directed.
It is further ordered that this Hole be pub
lished once a month for twelve month* in a pub-
lie gasette of thia state, or be served on the de
fendant or hta representative or agent six
months prior to the time appointed for thepsy-
ment of the money into Court,
Extract Jvm the Minute*.
JNQ. CHARLTON, Clerk.
A VERY superior flteam Saw Mill hm been
recently erected It the vlcinl y ofthe
C\T\ 0¥ DAUVEN,
as the most eligible situation far a business of
the kind on the Atlantic shores of tKe united
States. Possessing all the advantages of an io-
exha\i*t'ble supply of the finest yellow pitch
Pine and Cyprefis Timber, built on a fine bluff,
with thirteen feet w*i er close to it, and anal ural
cove for the reception of log*.
The present owners not having it in their
power to bestow thut attention to it which a
concern of such magnitude requires, arc deair
ous of telling the while, nr a part of their inter-
est.in if, and now it fir tule nt it very low
valuation, and much lesa than such a itructurr
oould b,c completed for.
There has just been added to it a yety snne-
rtnr Hice founding Mnrhine, capable of dd
charging at least Sti tierces of clean Kce pev.
day; and a Corn-Mill, all set in motion by the
same engine. a
The Saw-Mill is upon • new principle, hi
the late renowned Civil Engineer, Mr. HEN
NIK of London, who bent out one of his best
workmen to supcrintemMts erection It can
uow out with 48 saws, and (nay be made to drive
twice that mimher. <i»
The Steam Engine' is perhaps the best In
the United Staten, made by Messrs. BOLTON
& WATT, of Soho, near B rlningliant i and
erected under the inspection of their best fore
man, sent out expressly for that purpose.
A wonderful uxpencc is saved in fuel, as tin
saw-dust from the pitch-pinc is tumid to answer
instead nf fire*wood, and is carried to tlx
mouth of the furnace from the pit by clevattm
now in use.
The liioe Machine is also on a new.principh
and found by experience to answer hettor than
any yet in use. The quickness and rcgularih
ofthe movement, producing it of asuperioi
brightness without breaking the gram
Tim mill s sitnnied on a fine C eek. called
Cat-Head, on a branch of ihe Alutnaha River,
and only khout hull'a mile from Darien.
Sea Vessels, whose Thaught of water enables
them to go to the wharf ut Darien, can load at
the Mill, only a short distance off, w th great
facility | a* an enclined plane from the mill, will
unable them io receive the lumber into their
bow po ts, almost without expenoe: nnd tin
mill, a* now in operation, can furnish 4U M. fee'
•I plank per day, which may be incnaml d
found necessary \ the power being amply suffi
The lumber sent from this establishment sinct
it went Into operation lu«* been allowed to In
superior in quality and regular!!) in sawing
The commissioners of the Navy ofthe Uni
ted States have approved of the ship plunks
furffikhed from it, and it is highly probable wil
give it a preference in future contracts
It has amo been seen and justly admired it
New-York and Philadelphia.
The prospect nf a renewed intercourse with
the British West India Island*, render* tin*
-atabli*hmcnt a desiruble mode of invewtment-
ifferS, in that case, having been made fron
JAMAICA ALONE, for about half of all the pro
duce of the saw-mill.
The present owners have no objection to con
tinne interested in it to a certain cxttnt, bm
their other avocations preclude their personal
attention to it.
For terms and other particulars, apply per
sonallv or hy Idler to
ry N. B. If not disposed of soon, the miii
with dll its piivileges, will be rented for a tern
of years. Jppty «* nbnvr
By El.j »h Baker Cerk of ihe Court .if Ordinary
for Liberty County.
W ILLIAM OSGOOD applies for letters oT
administration, with the will annexed on
the goo ia and chattels, rights and credits which
were of Mary Ann F. aser, late of said county,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and c -editors of the
said deceased to file then objections, (if any
they have) in my office at Ricchorough on oi
before the first Monday in November next, oth
erwise luttt rs of administration will be granted
t«» tin said applicant.
Given under my hand and seal, this l?th da>
of Set teniber, in the year of < tir Lord 1822.
(L. 8) E. BAKER, cco lc
** p 19 •
UST received per sloop Susan, 150 barrels
Whiskey. For sale on uccommoilHting
terms by J. U. HEUUEKT U CO.
Georgia, ramden County.
To all whom it muy concern.
^jMlIF.HEAS John Barhlort, Junior, applies
to the Honourable the Court of Ordinan
fui Lettersof Administration on the im-admini*
tered part of the estate of David Tucker, law
of said County, decaosed. These are therefon
to cite and admonish, all and singular, the II* ir>
and-Creditoia of said tlecea-ed to file their oh-
( ectiona (if any they have) in the Clerk's t IRte
n ihe Court of Ordinary, on or before the firsi
Monday in November next: otherwise Letter*
will be gisnted to the applicant.
Witness the. Honourable William Gibson,
one of the Judges of said Court, this
21st September, 1822.
sept 28 |
Poor House and Hospital.
V ISITING Committee for July and Jlurwt.
CHARLES W. ROCKWELL and GEt).
ANDERSON. Attending Phyiician, Dr.- WM.
JOHN HUNTER, Secretary.
Laurel Hi.I Toll-Mill.
trailK I oil.Mill on.Mra. Ancniin’a plantaton
has been completely repaired lately, and U
Vow ready to work aa well aaeny other mill on
the river. The rough-rice that will be aent ti.
tlie mill will be kept separately in dry and safe
stores, and shall be beat wiili tlie utmost car.
and economy, and the barrella will Be alwa) • de
livered in good order Empty barrels, made ol
prime boated staves, will be furn shed at th.
mill when required. The terms To- cleaning
Riee will be the lame as at the oilier toll.mill.
Those planters who will engage tn have their
croi • beet at that mill, and keep hrr supplied,
will have 200 tierce*, or ee much Irsa aa they
please, beat at one turn. Application, r once I n
ing the mill, tu be made to Archibald Brebner,
on the plantation, or in Savannah, to
PETIT ltF. VILLF.BS.
| eep 10 rpt Factor, Moogm’s wharf.
Jlflo Tnrk', Sept, fifi.—This morning
■bsMil 5 n’rlnr.lt, the rrlh* of stt'Nnlanr
in distress, were heatxl by a bl.el man
who slept in the house, in the reap nf
21 Orange street. After some little
eeerrh, he discovered the eriett tn proceed
from the back house In the seine ysrd.and
on repairing there, found ■ new born fe
mile mulatto infant, in (he sink, and rea
rued il from il* dangermi* situation, end
look ttlu the Alms-House. This pnhlf.
cation t* made in the hope it mav lead to
thediatmvery of it* nnnaturel mother, who
on dnulyt lies t ndravnred *n conceal her
shame hy dewlrnving her off tiring inthe
■tinner above deset iln-tl. Even Poll,
Trmfe with Canndn—The Brill- h On
vernineni, of late, has been paving great
attention tn the situation and trade of
lower Canada. The rnpaiil emigration
nf Americans tn Upper Canada, has. ere
ateil some apnrhensiniia that the loyalty
atttl fidelity of that province mav be'aha
ken by the prejudices nf a republican po
pulation, of Wealth and -enterprite, it
has, Ihcreforei been considered expedient
tn rnnsttlidait'hnth governments aa the ex
ponae will be diminished, and the prelu
dice of the Canadians against our clti
lens may tent) in krep in check the at
tachment of Ini' Upper Province, anil a
mure condensed and satisfactory admin
iatratiuu of public aRuitsmay be the re
\Ve have no
see fit tn esttihli«h in her cnlimiei, nr In
any meatturedby which the lnyilty.nl her
subjects mav be xeruretl (but we have a
right tn take exceptions tn any act by
which nut usual commerce with llinae cn
limit-* may be injured. An act, it ia said,
is im* belure. Parliament, and which pro
bably will pasp, by whic h the exportation
nf pot ashes, flour, and salt provision* in
to Canada, ia prnhibi ed, and a heavy tits
tv imposed upon lumber. This prnhibi
ti m will materially eff'et the cnmmrrce
nf this Mate and that nf Vermnnt I aa ash
ea in particular is a staple commodity,
and a verv valuable trade will, therefore
be he cut off. This is a singular att nf
policy on the part tef Great Britain, and
at a moment, when Ihe Weal India rcatcic
times are taken tiff
The right «f navigating the 8t. t.aW
rc-nCv. anil expm ti> g nur produce down
the *e waters, ahn-'ltl have been guuran
teed hv treaty, hecauae beyond the bnun
lltal bricks, fit hafs, nnitahnea, and * then,
sand other snides nf necessity, have hu-a
but recently imported, besides thn#r wldrl)
may be elaasrtl with the liner prMitclipug
nt arts hut which have ptrt jnly chvs' il t»
be article* nf impnrtj|t)cin*allngetlier but
now constitute articles nf •xptn tdtinn.at.tl
many uf ilium to ■ vast bm'ct'hto
a m sn ir a nggVrr iImiwt.
t CAV,w the Cibh' nyh. .Vcatswuh.J
A single aucces.lul t;xpeiiineni Its* ■
greater influence on Ihe ju(lgmft| nf man.
kind, than a thousand general'specula-
tinna. The inhabitant* nf llte ; Uclvd
Stales, hy vetting up a gii'Wnment on the
plan cf a Beii.’flt Society, hatsg' tatt/uc.-tl
political science tb its elements«»lKir,-ll
the weightimtlTitrce «f peceiriicietjwiim*
tn truths which hail long c-ectraiitridihnrcerl
in thw breasts nf philosopher*. When
men had the Bible put inte theyr hand« in
their own longtiB, at the mfnrma >ioY», atid
through the light* which this afcriled tHefu
Inuked at what then bore the name nf ihe
Christian church, they Itm-td gettuin'e te.
liginn Crushed und destroyed uniter th* '
teeiHlil of that maoltittery oaiencibly c< het.
ed Inrils preaervation.' .perhspa many
gnitil men at that time believed, that
•itliea, annates diapensntiAa, relict*,
lasts, and a liixurinuv hierarchy, living in
idleness and dissipation, were eaaential tq
Ine existence of Chriatianity. But thk
reformers shewed that religion not nnUk
could exift.bui flout ialted the more, wliffir
separated from these base auuliorici, and
right to object tn any form 'hi* l>,t!d experiment opened the ej. a
which Great B ilain may "! “ ml !•>« «»•
Jher church out uf many of hrr carrUR?
tinna. The American revolution has evn*
d'-retl the same aervite tu men In their
civil capanty, (list the reformation diditi
their religinu*. When we look at lha
Kuropean governments through tha llghtg
the American system affords, we see that
in Ihe former the true object has been
frustrated by the cumbrous nnd costly ap
paratus erpeted to give it eflect. The se-
vere and majestic simplicity ot the litter
shows us how little is essential tu tha
proper purposes of guvertiment) how
much wttrse governments are for being
romplex and expensive, aiMthow.m*ny
frauds haft! been practised on mankind
under Ihe pretext of governing them Ge
nerally speaking, it hat been tlie fate of
human beings tube pillaged by lliuae whti
prfitended tu protect' them in the enjoy,
inent nf their property s oppressed by tVn
nominal guardians uf (heir .civil rtgltja,
and inwblted by those ‘bvhu were called
their reptesenlalives. To all these evil*
WKUxsrs zxxr*. *«*•
the British government see fit | anil While
in a -late nf profound peace, and desirous
of cnnlindlng «n, we mav he prevented
from even crossing the territorial, limits
and prosecuting uur usual Irrde.
Pnttetnm, (Pa.) Sept 4 —A few days
bince a par.-y ef g-ntlemen from this vil-
lafih rmie tn 'tie celebrated Kling'ebrrg, *
nr singing valley, about three, milek from
thia place. Althnugh nur -fipeclUlinna
were very highly raised by the rep rta
jvlttch we hsd.hesrd atill they wtere more
then reali«ed on nttr arrival there. A large
anil irregular mass nf ill sh iped »tnne*
loesented themsetve* to Our view at firat.
They appear In have been -thrown toge
ther bv some terrible ronvullffon nf nature.
Trom the appearance of the stnne, nrnba-
hly a* some former period some volcanic
eruption must have taken plare here. aBy
striking nn the stone* the most vatinua
*n«ml* imaginable are produced. The
chime nf the finest hell, in the world could
not exceed in variety the sound* produced
here—from the mn*t tnnnriiu* bH*», tn the
mint delicate air, the gradations beauti
fully fine. In KUnglehurg there I* •consi
derable ease, which extends «nme distance
under the rork*. and is resllv worthy the
attention ofthe curious. Many visitor*
heretifnre hive been at lids plare, hut uf
late I understand it hits been almost de
sertid. When the inhabitants nMnur
Anunity tire so much troubled tn kill lime.
am nf opinion that there is'not a place
the country that would better enmpen
safe a traveller than • visit tn the celebrat
ed «i ging valley. A VISITANT.
Elingltbcrr is a Grrmtn name, end the pro.
her definition in, t sounding hill or chiming
7V Old Stone House.-—The children of
Ihe present'generelinn will harillvhglieve
it, though it be easerted on the authority
nf the record* themselees, tha* stone used
in be imported from England, to be appli
ed tn the purposes of masonry, within the
limit* of this atony district. Yetihe fact
is SO—and, a* if tn bear an *ver-during
testimony to the practice, ■ house now
Manila in Alexandria, fronting the market
spare, the alone nf which we are informed
haa the honour nf claiming im birth in Ihe
English soil, of being quarried from its
* epnsr bv English hgnde—chiatelled into
Inrm and figure in the cuunlr.v nf its ori
gin, and pf being voyaged three thousand
miles by »es. to accommodate its original
proprietor, and to ornament the apnt op
which if stands. There jre many of tbi
present generation, however, who can
testify W lha scarcely Its* credible fact)
by holding up a miidtj from which th y
are excluded. Whether we measu c Ilia
vulue uf that government, by the bur-
them it impose*, nr the protection it give*
it leaves mokt others at-an intmeasuiabla
distance behind | and yet its virtue as wa
have often slated, cutisisls not in its to.
publican form, in tho absence of a king
and aristocracy but solely in itaMssessing
a system of representation winch is a
faithful index of tha opinions and interest*
of the ptople.
From (lie London Monthly Itsgtine.
JVtijiofton—In Ifiltfi Count I)tru tva*
at U.iulogne, as iitnndant-general of lha
Army. One morning the Kmiicror sum*
tnont d him iqto his cabinet, llaru imme
diately repaired thither, and tnund him
Iran-ported with rage, trava'rslrg hi* *•
part merit w ith hurried steps, and breaking
a sullen silence only by busty ami rittorg
exclamations ” What a, navy !—V\ hat
an admiral!—What sacrifices lost i-toy
expectations ire deceived I—This Villa-
neuve 1—Instead ol being in (heChannel,
he has just entered tilt- rerrojl—It is fill
over with him!—He will b« blnckaded
there.- ——Daiu, place yt.uiself thi-rc,
(pointing to a corner of the room,) nnd
write while I dictate.” The Kmperoc
had received at a v. ry airly hour the new
of die nrtival of Villeneave 'io •' Spanish
porT) he immediately saw bis intended
mmqjv'eat nl Koglindbaffled ; the immenaa
expencea ol the Heej and flotilla tost for
a time, perhaps lor ev*i‘! Then in g
paroxysm of lury, which would permit no
other man in similar circgmaigncet to
preserve his judgment, he furmOrl ana
ofthe beldvit re.olutions, and sketched
qne of the most admirable plana pf a cam
paign which any conqueror ever conceived
in leisure and cold blond. Wilhoot heaU
taring, without stopping for a,moment, ha
dictated the dthtua. of the plan of the
campaign of Auitmliz ; the departure'of
all the corps of the army, from Hanover
and Holland to-lhe confines of thy wi-sl
and the aouth of France. The orUrr of
their marches, their duration ; the placet
for the convergings and re union of tha
columns; the cutting off by surprise, and
the attacks with open furce ; the variou*
movements of the eit*my-*all wai fore
seen ! Victory wa* insured in ull tha
hypotheses. Such was the accarsey and
the vast foresight of (His plan, that, over a
line ..ot departure of iix hundred miles,
lines of operatiun of nine hundred mdea
in length were followed from primitive
indications, day by day, place by place,
a* far as Munich. B-yood that capital,
th* epochs alone experienced some altera
tions ; but the places'were reached, and
the whole ol the plan wu crowned wilt
c jmplctu luucuuu,