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It may not bo generally known that, in the
fccir 17$ffTorth Carolina passed a ' law-te-
ntTCountry , which now forrasjhs state
, Tennessee to tho United Sutcyfprovideii
' rcss should accept the cc?Ton within two
- Jci ; the jurisdiction to be retained by North
' -zirolina tilt Congress f ulJ lake possession
Upon this; the ciuz"f.j called a Convention ,
by which hc UW3 of North Carolina j as far
fti applicablawcre (declared to be In force in
- the territory,, and the aid of Congress was
- invoked for the formation of a new, Statel
vMe-vltle, they ordained that tho territory
should be governed by ; a Convention, and
that this Convention should send a delegate to
Congress. . . . - , i
Congress did not accept this cession, and
North Cardlini repealed her law. Meantime,
however, parlies were formed in lennessee :
nnd while, nu one side, it was wished to re.
un under the jurisdiction cf North. Carotin?
n the other side, it was resolved to-adhere
to the separation. v A new Convention was
called, an J the territory was declared to be
' rT independent slate, under tho name of
FrcrJihni. 1 ho Convention announced to
North Carolina tho independence of the new
Mate, and sent a 'delegate to Congress; but
H docs not appear that any notice was taken,
by that body, of these proceedings.
" la 1783, the state of Frankland had two
r conflicting Courts In its limits. Thconsact.
cd under the authority of their own state, and
the" ether under that of North Carolina., Each
tjourt claimed that its decisions were para
mount ; nnd in fact,' tho, only one, that had a
fight to act in the case. ; A more fruitfu
sourco of collision and quarrel cannot be
imagined, than such a state.' The Sheriff cf
l'Vankland, with his posse, in some instances,
went into the other Court, seized the papers,
"tt.J turned tho officers out of doors. The
Nortfi Carolina party, as soon as it had power.
'ted in the same way. Colonel John
tvi?r va8 elected the first Governor of the
htato cf Frankland., The Governor, soon
'i..f; l.U induction into office, met the princi
" p'll man on tho North Carolina "si ' j cf the
i action. From the windy and .fcefiicicnt
iir ot words, it soon proceeded to tho more
rf ivcwur of blow?. The argument was
H)ti stttLJ in the primitive way by the .dint
fit. ' 13ut these leaden of" tla'p vcro scp.
luted, before victory declared on either side.
Their humbler retainers, as they felt in duty
imitated the example of their superi.
ni l, nnd lost an eye, or a piece, of flesh of
U'ss importance from some other part , of the
buJy, without being either cooled, dr con
vinced. It was obvious, thajt in such a crisis
hings must soon come to a more serious is.
us, than a fist-fight, or gouging an eye.- ;
Ti e county of Washington elected mem.
: " represent ihqrn J.nth ,cmbly of
rjoH-o.rnirr Out. i ipton, who had lought
Jovernor of Frankland, was one of these
rcscntatives. - A paper containing the
ones of-those, who were willing to accept
- te rms of North Ca rul ir.a, and secede
he authority of Frankland, was sent
members to the Assembly. Taxes,
...... urn imposed by the authority 6f both Legis.
Jtures, and, as may be easily foreseen,-tho
0 j-cple paid neitber,whh muchspeciousriess,
! rigning ns a reason, that they did not know
v.iiiclv, authority they , oughto yield their
jney. - '"" A' V , '-'V ,c ' , A",""
. This year the Clierokees renewed their at.
' tack upon Tennessee.; f William Cocke, Esq.,
was delegated to Congress. He made, be.
f ;rc that body, an eloquent speech, placing
j ia a strong light the Helplessness and misery
cf their condition, engaged in civil war on
the one' hand, and! assailed by tho merciless
savages on the other, r This time he was
' heard, -and his representations acted upon.
A general amnesty was passed, in regard to
nil who expressed a rcadiners . to yield ihcm.
; selves to to the. authority cf Mcrth' Carolina.
Ii was enacted, too, that the ofT.ecrs, who
.... t ij unjer t!,c siatc"".of Frankland,-shou!d
' 1 A ---heed, and their places filled by persons
Acted from North Carolina. . Many, who
" 'hlllildh" r,,?iiX.5latcAhacl been originally
. -led by North Carolina, and had been
r':V d in their ofiiccs Vy Frankland." They
. i icrcd by. Con-;rc3 in tha lil.t cf
: jf who odoMtted the authority of the
;::v; 'ate. ' ' The pici!!c, -.arid ;yet dc-ciilvo
ivicr. . ; 3 of Congresi seemed at onca tore
;r:, , to their former position, tefjrj
t' : f i . uion of the state cf Frankland. Eu;
i' external uppcartires of tranquility
rcr.iah. . I tho smothered fire. There still
rt mi iiv.: 4 a considerable number, staunch for
t!vj c -of: the fullen'state, and disno::!.
i j en tl.j ilrsf favorablc.bppea ranees, to rc:,r
t ii. up a;-"'-Governor Sevier cflercd the zzr.
vicc3 of these men to Georgia, in the prcepect
of an.nppmaching war of that f.tale with the
! Creeks, h he. Legislature cfihat state havir-'
! deliberated upon the propr-::' -r returned a
isinT a re-
.. of -the of;.'
!r eerilecj i ..ny
e inccpati , j . itn t;:o ir.
4 They ? e: t a state cf t ::
inklin. so!icitirT adi'.ee. llev; te
ply, tha; ho thought they L:..J Latter
tho propositions of North Carolina,
.-tr.r.ding nil these discourrging cir.
.3, Gov.. Z :vier'retainedlho iateg.
,;t.i the new state..-.-. Georgia, as a
1, we only, ready to avail herself
V": a 7 ,ces,';,,withotjt promising
, t f faces. , But spiral u!s.
" 1 cof that state-re'e to
,.3iwn'; good wishes, ini
an, -ople. r He was elected
Jrf" ;uished society jof -Cin
ciu; v4 Constitutions of the
'- : Franb tuous-pitizcriV1 . But,
th convalescence not with.
;; '"-c 3 if Legislature of .Frank.
, Janf " -ime. Linle was'donej
t V anc! c. state of Frankland (III
S Bcff'?:JS)-); 1
; ,.v reference.tQ: which
gog for some weelis,
-T- tW? asfinefl&.
hA3 'jtfver'1" been
iur.L. Atrund; was presentedl Jojirptest, as heroes a-cordingly protest, in
'"Ini". h ring iddress. iThej Jne jswsi solemn manner in the ha me of his
cornih , h wasl Success to rrvrnmpnt: atrAfnr thn law nert '
hey kii reached the first turn the. Mask had
taken the lead, but he did not keep it long.
Gilders leer e assumed the front rank, and
maintained it throughout the race. The Mask
ran t about three.fourths of a mil?, and then
incontinently mizzled ; he was seen no more.
The first mile wp.sru a in 5,C0, Gildersleeve
being first,' Afchcr second, and Elwortbra
long . way in (bo rear Tha second, third,
and fo"-;ti miles were run, each man main.
tain j j rchtr.'Tj rosilioo. when alter reach.
-j?J, ... V,!.; t. j
uv' x, ;-:3nirg point, riwunu BiasRcruu,
te:i, :cj was borne ou the grouna., onaer
sleeve still kept up his pace, making his mile
in excellent and uniform time. Meanwhile,
Archer bad been gradually falling lck, un-1
UJ h bad nearcd the stand on bbhixth mile,
wbefi Gildersleeve, who had gone clear round
and tacked him on his seventh mile, passed
him. It was then! evident to every body that
Archer -had no chance in the race, and he
very mscly abandoned the contest. ' Gilder
sleeve made the remaining three miles alone,
runninz ten miles in CD minutes and 50 sc.
conds! Having done more than was requir
ed, (9 1.2 miles in one hour.) Gildersleeve
of course was declared the victor, and re.
ceived the purse of 8500. He was game to
the last, and looked almost' as fresh when he
concluded as. when he started. IV. O. Tropic
: ' a jt,'! Look out, ' tVIifgs ! .
tn some cause or other, there is a tone
of ; confidence about the Locofoco press of
uia siie. iu rcgaru 10 our Augusi elections,
that we do not half like. What has trans-
pi red since tfie choice of a Whig majority to
the 'Legislature, end tha vote of the slate,
more recently, for f ir. Clay, to infuse this an
pee ranee of confidence? Can the mere cir.
cumstanee of a , Locofoco' President having
been elected by confessedly fraudulent means,
have had theeliect of so paralyzing the ener
gy of he Vyhigs, as to give their opponents
just cast of hope t We "cannot believe it.
On the? contrary, the result of the late elec.
tion, and the fraudulent' means of producing
it,-furnish abundant .motives with all true
Whi? lietrie!,j to stand fast nnon their nrinei
LJ V i I f '
pics; (oriho33 prine'ples are the last hope of
the cotptry, and the last refuge of freedom.
We hare; seen no faltering in the Whig ranks
They Have been cheated rut of-the Presfden-
cy ; and they will be revenged lor it. A ma
jority of the legal votes of the land are with
the Whigs, and Locofocoism itself seems per
fectly conscious cf this. In the state of New
York, where, in the Pi " tial f,1ecticr, we
were beaten Ly f,-. ..." . .
local elections, t! ' t . ; . .-.:.!.hlr
Wo cf.!i upon cur 'Whig friends, then, to
boon llj look.cu:.' If they will he cr.ly I :r.
moniouii and true to' themselves, rCcrt'.i C:r
lina willxertainly send a majority cf 7h: -:,
fo Auguitncxf, to 'represent cur gbed cIJ
state in Congress. Raleigh Rcis'.cr. .
A letter rrceived in tl.: 3 city from Murfrcce
Dorougu, ii. C, t
t-f',-r thttet n f M.ji..k O
1 O J R - . . mi
Idi.). Ka VS 1 . ! I: 1 I -"pr r
win,) aooui iu r. . :., a large meteor was
observed in the zenith, 1 Men exploded reJ.
denly, with a neiee rt f.-t '".hrt t!v;r.-?:r, r: !
soon after tho no'i i rr .I i':; uLihargo
of' heavy artillery, uui i .;ards of. musket.
ry... In this village ; it seemed to be directly
overhead.!; tTbo same appearance and reports
were perceived at a place about fifty miles
south of ibis village It was aleo .cb-erved
twenty mfles west of us. ' Will yoa call the
attention &f Mr. Espy to t! . fact? Ycu will
remembe! that the 20ih (Thersday) was a
very cold windy cay." J LitdUjcn
let. 'h: '-' :" " ' '" ' '"
-, ',';'' From. the
We present cer readers below an authen
tic c.. f Tl . . . . .
11- vupjr ui, 1 reicsi 01 ucn. Almonte to
our government which our corre?pondent has
taken the pins to procure and send to us, as
ue Svaies intue following letter.
( Washington, March 2D;h. l8i5.
I have been 60 fortunate as to obtain for
you a copy cf the late Protest ol Gen. Al-
It was communicated by the General to tho
diplomatic j corps, from one of whom I have
procured tffls popy. . It 13 written in the ori.
:r.al with rcat .force and elegance,' traits
v.hich pediliarly distinguish ? the admirable
t patel.es yf the Mexican Minister, and I re-
t : : l et t.::3 important paper loses neccssa
" cf its value by a translation, how.
'refu'ly done. It is couched in the most
1 - J terms, but not marked, as reported,
Ly any violence of expression; which would
Le unworthy the occasion ond; the subject,
a td totally foreign to i the character 6t its
dhtinguished author. : f .; " . -.
.It is a general source of regret here the do.
picture of Gen Almonte and family. Their
amiability of character, their affable manners,
and a charming simplicity of deportment, so
clxaracteristid of high bred peoplcjndeared
them to a very! large circle of friends and ac
Cjur.intances. The best wishes of all accom
pahy them to their home. ' L t j r ;-
" '. " ' Translation. """
The undersigned, &c., &c., ha3 the honor
to ddress the Hon. John C. Calhoun, &c.,
or the purpose of making known to him
tho' profound regret with which he has seen
that tha? general Congress of the Union has
passed a law consenting to and admitting in.
to VI.o American confederation the Mexican
provmcb of .Texas,1 .-; "Vv '. 1 V: ":.S ' -"'Por
thesiireasons the undersigned in fu'fit.
nch,of his instructions, finds himself obliged
2SiH of last .month, by the general Congress
of the United States, and sanctioned on the
first'of the present month by ihe President of
saidstates,, by which the province of Texas,
a2 iPigral part of the Mexican territory, is
auowed to 1 be admitted into the American
The" Undersiaied. in lite manner, declares
that 'the aforesaid law can in no manner in-
valid ite the right which the Mexican nation
possesses to recoer the aforesaid province
of Texas, of which she is now unjustly des'-
poiieii,- ana which right sho will sustain and
enforc at all times, by whatever means are
ihejpower. " i y ;; .., ,;. r. - .,
r I Thk undersigned had flattered himself that
m thji question : the good sense ! and 1 sound
opinions of the citizens most distinguished and
experienced in the management nf n.,K!; r
fiksib this republic would have pre ailed ia
. deJibcfations of ;the leislativo bodv. anrl
. u fortunately this has not been
the case, and contrary to V.3 hepc3aci men
sincere wbhos, be sees consummated Ly t!.3
American government an act cf c-rcselen
the most unjust which can Is recalled in ths
annals of modern history, such Z3 taspoila
tion of a friendly -nation, like Mexico, cf a
considerable part of her territory.
is i The undersigned will say 1:
the Elon." Secretary .of State cf the United
States, in order that he miy be pleased to in.
form the President of the said Sutes of the
same, that in consequence of the law against
which he bas just protested, his mission to
this government is terminated from to-day.
Consequently, the undersigned requests the
Hon. Secretary 01 btate to be pleased to send
htm his passport, as he has arranged to
quit this city as .soon as possible for New
York. , ,
The undersigned, &c
Washington, JB:h March, 1845. ;
From the N. Y. Tribune, April 5. ,
We have returns from all but one town of
this state, indicating the following result:
Chas. Jackson, Whig and Law and Order,
but in favor of the unconditional ' liberation
of Dorr, is chosen Governor by about 150
majority over James Fenner, the Democratic
Law and Order incumbent, who is opposed to
the liberation of Door. Jackson s clear ma
jority will be about 125 voles.
Lieut. Gov. Diman, and all the rest cf the
regular Law and Order, Stat- ticket, r.re re
elected over the e II1 - :t '
those in favor cf . 1 , ; ; ' r h
I Hon. Henry Y. Cranst , Whig and Law
Order, has been reelected u Congress from
the Eastern District without opposition. He
has over 5000 yotei to flb"t 1C3 scattering.
! Ex-Governor Lemuel II. ArnnU. inde-
pendent Whig, has run
original Democrat and r..
der candidate, by mor '
i The Legislature fa r
and Whig. Tot'
der, 10 Dorr jnc
i To the Hou: j, L.
Dorritesare retui 2
Order and Dorr ! tickc: ;
choice 3 t (Law and On.'
Dorr 174 ) Th- I '
r:. U. Potter,
. L ; . and .Or.
- 1 o.
: in South
), and no
" 1 r
.. . jl:.s1
s fieri he Porrch
i-ya' for the United Slates,
ved notice of an insurrection
d Ihsao, si
,:i c:i the cee
;.!::, r t en a
I : t V.3 r
;:t cf Africa.
3 '.v.3 ah: red
xJ. we were
:e. 7o ar-
c! e "
:," 1 C
; 1 1 r ::;;
. j liUiiiucr
f -" . ( ( ...uvu. .Tho town pos-
.oed a tort nearly in ruins,' which .was rzxr
risoned by abo'Jl CO native:, vhe. prevented,
by a few 1.:: - V t;:!:! e:';-" Metier, cf
the piece. : Aiv.. .iv::;r;5.!.'vv3 r;i vt: Ttv
on : ! 10 re to
estly r eq
thoe-ht ii h:
..1 . i ..
the Gevcrnor earn.
:ui'T3 our 1
distance, the Ce; i"::ri
ivo it. Acccrdl-. lv.
. .natives moved forward to the
attack, our battery was brought to bear uren
them; Let notwithstanding our aid', the na
tives, u.;;J r cover of the bashes-and trees,
ma nag ;J to keep up a desultory warfare,
amount::;:; to nothing mora than two or three
killed i ) as many days. - '' '
Our Vilp was anchored near tho shore, and
on that side heretofore attacked by the natives.
It required but a few discharges from our guns
to render it necessary for them to 'shift their
operations to the side opposite us. Here they
continued to fire away their powder and shot
to little purpose. The Governor had already
sent ta the neighboring Portugese settlements
for aid, and was only desirous tint we should
remain until such aid. arrived. This we
should probably have done but on tho lOc.TJo.
vembcr a case of fever occurred, followed by
several others up to the evening of the 22nd,
the C rnmander of our ship sent word to
tho Governor that ho should sail on the fol.
lo wi r 1 "mdrning.: ' ." " ' !;:"' ': ' ; ' ' "'" '" " "
C msidcring 'the "'Source of the -following
Dare "p'a, "we take it to be an authentic ex
poeh a, of the intentions of President Polk in
the t itter to which it relates : National In.
f:.V.' icer. . 4 .. ' ' .'. r - ...
i U From the Nashville Union. : " 1 . -The
President and, a Second Tern
regret to see an effort making by one
:arresponoents ot the NewYork Her
make the impression that " President
Her has or ought to have an eye to a
term.' frothing would be more pre
i C i -1
3 the success of the Administration
'elenee of a suspicion that Mr.
.1 he ie !.;eed to become a candidate
;tien. In accepting the nomination
cl t;.e i. '
rcs.tr let; 1.. h'.e
' ". ::::. Cenvcr.iion' he voluntarily
1... 4 1 -I'v.eo to a single term. Thi
pledge .vw i.-.-.Jo, r:.,;.
redeem itj fa J f.
party, . wilhout exc:;"'
termination, and elee
r VI deliberation, to
::, rpproved this de
:.i V.:. V0V.1 under a
full conviction that, at tho end of fear years,
he would retire to private Ih'e. We feci per
fectly warranted in say Leg thet any end every
intimation that he has ever for a moment en
tertained the idea cf a re-election is wholly
unfounded. He entered upon tho duties of
his offices with a fixed resolution to administer
the Government with an eye single to the ad
vancement of the best interests of tho .coun-
try, relying firmly upon the generous support
of his fellow-citizens, and not duelling that
his own reputation would be promoted in the
promotion of the happiness of tho people. But
when hi3 present time snail expire ho will as
suredly retire, and leave the choice of a sue.
cesser to the people.- -; y 1 ... , ..."
IjKiVJ:i 'Li ZJLssoiiri.We find -the" fol
lowing- in tho last number '.cf the St. Louis
Reveille, z'.'l, ':;'""''
We hear r f great cutreges of the law; in
Mathews bra!.;-, ectt county, in this State.
A respectable farmer ia l':.et te .-::: Vn has suf
fered for more than a yc-.r i:i t:. - ; ..itrueiLa
of his property by fire and ether me 3. Th 2
perpetrators of '"these acts rcrr.eir.cd undis
covered, until two or three :. ihs dneo when
six "or eight of them were . reprehended 'and
tried by the t lynch" code. They were con-.
demned to r:e:I.e; j jirl; ::,anJ were
whipped for 1 eve red u-; 3 i:-. l ee. -'.er. One
cf them rr.e J
-i. 'a .e cihers
:re , ; : rreet ex.
port Eays, a U-jusar -
were still in custody,
cltemcnt ia the celjl
r1 1 1 "innki:
If the esthoi cf " ii il U:jh'i" wVA fjr.
nish us with his r.arr.e . e ni'.l ph'.'..i I '3 ar.
tic!e.. . '
" Special Tern tj the Superior Court. It
will be seen from advertisements in cur pa
per that an extra term cf the Ce-::":r Court
for tho counties of Djeer. he- z- :Jer
son is to be held,, the latter cn th.
day iu June neit, and the former r
first Monday after the 4th Monday in June,
(5th Monda) in June.)
Proscripiic7i.-ho hopes that were enter
tained by some tha;t Mr. Polk would cct v.ith
leniency towards his political opponents v;ho
chanced to be in ofiice, were without feenia
lion.' He has spared tut fL. 1 e r,
prchellhty is, that' he vi:i r..ehe z. . .
the v.hele. We arc in r.ov.Lo CLerpeinted
f jr we have ever believed that Polk would be
the most proscriplive President, not even ex
cepting Gen. Jackson, that ever filled the
chair. - No officer, however humble, escapes
even Clerks of the lowest grade, in the dif.
ferent Departments at Washington, hare
beca". forced to "walk ths plank."' How
con!., it l;e ciherwise, vith s'eeh a Cabinet c
jf i.3 lo:.-.:r.il.e max;m tl.et "to
the v.eters Lelong the rpcil.3," eves it 5 cxil
enco to a member of tho Cabinet, Mr. Marcy
A gentleman wishes to know what has be
come of the A she villa Temperance Society
Can any body inform him T r
Fires. Never, in cut reeel'ectien, Lev
iv e knov.'n c 3 rnivi
f.r:e to cee:
in the same length cf time, m hivd taken
place throughout the country durlrj ths two
or three past months. We cannot cpeaa
paper, no matter where printed, that does not
rceerd destructive conflagrations. East and
wc;- J, north and south, the cry comes up alike.
And what is wares then the 1,: 3 cf property,
wo ' frequently ece notices cf firc3 r.tte.. 1: '
wit') the ! ' I cf S.-:in I '. V. Too i.iucu cafe
c ;t La.ucd. to guard against accidents by
t 3 I y r
pt en ceu.e.
Eei-eeunT a c
triet,intha plr.ca cf U-.:'"!.. Ilayner, . who
declines a re-election. . At leth the rr.cetiri
W. V. Cherry, Esq. v;zz C: :'..i:e;.l to he their
WLzt Crjc-' rf it ii z. '
we gavo en nce: :.t cf a 1 27
ct Galveston, Teres, in hen:, .'t'. - -
of t ! i e A n n e x 1 1 e i II r 1 - " " -" ' -' " --.
grc3 cf tha United Cites.- Pelev, ii cr-':r
to eh a ".7. Lor tha milter i. 3 viewed ! j th ;p r-
tie n cf Li. e x c '., r, j v uo c. :
we give an article frcm tha Th:: :, I
Register, one cf tho leadlr ; ; t
country. From all that we hive l.cn lV.2 to
glean, from various sourc. we ere the r
confirmed in tho cpin'ier. .? e.r-r:.: :i 1.
week", that Texas Killnzt Iz .:. ..I cl 7.
Of course time enly wiil."d.o'iT'V,h;'.h:r v;e
are right or wrong. i :' ' i ,
; Troa-thc ratio-!-I!:;i.:t:r. ." .
:: The Proposed .Tha'Congrcsj
cf the United States " CaV cor, ant, that :'. e
territory included within and rightfully telerg.
ingto the Republic of :TczzJ, .may bs creel
ed into a"""nev' State, to 3. called th.3 Stele cf
Texas," ,iv!i a republican form cf government
ta be adopted by'the people of said Republic,
by deputies in Convention ceeembled with the
consent of the existing government in order
that the same may bo admiltpd as one of the
States of: tho Union." . - Such is. the Jan ua, o
cf.tho first section -of tho resolution v.h'eh
has passed tho lower Ilouee (f the American
Congrcce..,' Vhais'i: hrpert? -
-The cnewcr i:, that we r..-.t I" 7 - - "" .""
national cams,abineea cur p'reeent c:.... ::h.,:.
lien, "creel 'c,::;:v;e3 into a'i;ev,S.ete, z ,.' ;.t
. i -'" ,, v k-.-iJ c i . c , . e
izo a new government cf a rrjiublican f-r
by 'mans cf h?pi::".:.3 err. h'led. In cenven.
lion; "::.' 'after we'" have p: ; -J ihre7-:h, x!,3
presenheu revolution after Ive Lave th-;;
voluntarily deprived cu.::lves'j cf cy - ry Le
ture end "lineament cf that national.': under
wnich our .independence hi 3 be'en re
by foreign "powers af.er wo have,
annihilated curl. '-..lily r.s a c,:,mmu
repudiated even" .cur ::a'me,. co the!
neither know nor to known in! the
seat among tho nations, wr.ich.we .1. .:::; I'V
erto occupied at "least 'without dfehe::::, e:::
with the-consent cf the c!i v.y;!J ar.i th:
new.;: After all there r:
degradation, w hit V..V
what sin 11 wc Izx : -tion
to the A; - : "V.
tho pre ml ; V l,
. Unirr ;:," he'..
:cs,land ell this
ed ! Anncxrt.
. o, . cot even
til cur ccnr.c
' :" - - "', "" 3 v.-culi L3dl33olved,
V..: v .. : ih-a charged ; all ad.
te;.u;rg frcm past negotiations
rr.o c na can pretend j that the creat
c : e . :
puret :en powers will continue! their arnica-.
!a interceeree with cer evcrcr. er.t cs the
" Clits cf Tcze.:," h-l:icJ ia tl3 rarb cf a
jpp'.lcant for te.r.!e:"?n into family cf
American Ctetes the very cut and fishion
cf v. hieh have been p;c:cr:bedty their Con-
rc:3. Why in i-uch a "eirrs rs thou'J ret
even kr.e.v ce: 3! . In
:zi a ttetecf na-
. 2 ce J.d r.-.' :r
- , p r crr - Zf
tbnal clever. :e e. IV. ..ho.
assert a ser":ete ir z:
cur claim nny !
u: . r
ion ever known ty any :
" r?a erJ.f
er.y c .:r d-
ven cr among men,1
verrrr.er.:. in suca an et.
ar.J . ...... g 1
-e..r..t:neej, ve 1
be c.eave.- tJtiat
Ej C c e r ' ' -1 1 1 kin, when t';?j
Comirs c r t'y e-.I jCEtcrday."
And having cr:"". . I th;3 equivocal pea-
tare, by consentcf l! ? American C 7
in crder,'1 as the rcolu:!en dech":
wo may L e admitted as one r "
the Un!e:i" lh:r. we arcT f
but they arc net beuz i u5-
again, and for the; fu-T T j i;r.eek t.1
their door for num::;ie. cr Icfore'th's
firet day cf January next," with cur new
Ccr.:'.::u,.!e-: in cur hand, when th.it Congrccs
; i t:ho thiir final cetien (for cr cgainet, t3
tho caee may be,) cn the sucject cf our appli
cation. This is the substance end extent cf their
guaranties," paraded as the expression is,
in the resolution under the imposing gram
maticat fbrra of the plural cumber!-... Have
we any pledge that wc shall then be annexed ?
No they only promise that they will once
more consider the proposition, and take what
they are pleased to denominate their " final
action" rpen it. And judging from the hn
guage they now hold, we have . nothing ,rnore
ner le-3 ta expect than that, they will then
withcut violating any pledge. .. ; -r .
...." ., '
Th:i ii indeed but a dim end totally inade.
quato 12r cf tho actual pit and grave cf in.
tr.'Heer ee end Infamy into which the House
cf Hereecntatives cf the American Congress
I to plungolhis nation- '. .-V'"'
, r : zV.zi the Morning Star,
i.er taiTi, r.er
:1, Lath fallen so far."
Dcalh cf Mr. Jcrvey. The Charleston
Mercury says : Wc announce with regret
the death cf cur estimable fellow.citizen, Jas.
Jervey, IV Prc:!.Tent cf the State Bar?;.
To crrircd at cee oc?o"V yr-'-zY?
Ig. period orTecble health, though confined
to his Leu a but n few days before his death.
T!r. Jervey hed. lived a lh"j cf much useful,
re:.?, end ves ur.ivc really esteemed." - . - .
' Z. z 2: rallzation Laics. Listen to what
j ......."..:! Vclstcr says on the Eubject cf cn
. ;.;.r.ent cf the Naturalizatien Laws.' We
inter..' -d to eay a feW words upon thl.3 subject
c-r:e!f, but happening to fill upon this, we
were : itisfied that a izzzn wcrdi ' frcm-this
gren .an were worth far mere than any
1 - T t- n - ,,-
, ' w w w i 'ta a I j m ' .
....ere 1,3 zn imperative r.
f 'rm'rg the ratura!izatien L"
.! r-ates. Tho pre ?rvti:
.:..,,::,::.; ::.t, the ir.te re .:.:, t' t tz ;,
; c -::
r:!l r: y:
:;. rt v r .: - -
I .Jii,:e, 1.. 3 i.o:::t ci t
r: "i t ;
c : '
U i ,. ... :.
In order tl.et cr ViVizlz- zz I TctuIztj rr.
:ve i:3rh:f-:!pre;r;:::n cf llV.V.-i.vzr,
I..G i'a?y, a law wes j red by the Ie"t C
gross requiring the appointments to 1 3 1....
uCcer-.r "1 v.
en. 1 Jen rv l;
h?i been chce
""It'ij rur;;ereJ lV.l ! 'C.,,: k;-
lLj-;rg h.j Leit C3 I ) i,,, :r;,i cf the .. "ore:,.::.
Court cf tho U. G. .' . ; . ... '.
-.' 7e understacd that a murder ws3 ccmr.lt.
t;J in tha town cf Marion, McDe. !I county,
a few C:.y3 since, ly a man earned X:-.::."::-:-!,
r--: ': : 3 L;Jv cf cnather r.ar-.-..!
V3 net le-rr:
j z c..j i,, z Zi ju. cc ... ... :: ' --T t
ci, cays tho Lynchburg Yirg';.l,n,
. o. senate, ther its ceurnment sir.
as usual, on tho 4th cf Ilereli leet, vrp3 re.
convened cn the next day, by tho Prcr'rt '
frr tho purprre cf retlrg upon Cabinet ap.
z . . ,Azz' z r.t ?, cr. 1 tuc'i ether" E.te'cutiro bu"i
r::r3 n rr:r;;t cemand. ito attcnticn. - The
C-netero therefera remained in! 7zzllz
and yet, tho r.er Vica Prrelder.t, Mr. Dalles,
..jr wciu tu,.j 101.13 tamo
leage csif they had beca summoned frcm
their l.er.:e3 and Lad each cf them travelled
frcm L:j rereetivo place cf residence to
7s!.ingten. . Under this decision, the Sena,
tors received an average sum cf C7CD some
cf them more and some cf them lees, ia the
'I . '
ratio cf tho distance of their, respective pla
ces cf residence from : V ashington some cf
them as much as C20C0 for staying in Wash
ington cm day, and trcxcllirj ccnzlructizslj
seme - thousands of ; miles ! rThh may be
termed political eZzzrvcyar.ee ; and the cr."
ion is certainly worthy cf a strict cczzln:::'
ist ; 1 The ...whols " amount . cf p ullle ,. me z ry
thu3 given ' away Is about" Ci0,iz5 V , ... ;
the Lexington." Valley Star," (Caa.v.r.ich
V-i ;-. '":. - - ':'-:'';"":.., .. .r I '- - 'J -
there is cot a mora decided Lc
in the Clale,) denounces this dec;:!: :;
President Dallas. Such a wzz'.z c .
money (it cays) is inexcuaalhi, ted th
decerves the tevcrcet rcreh:" " r -
decision." This h I VV
Leo cccne.r.y U
We learn frr
.. ' A4 ' '
L 'can te, if.' ,
v "":"rurnIr:J.. caibnalx".,,.
cotoric""j moral t
'' to bo thrust into s:ich itstres.' " . 1.
-tt,!a Senator from Mlseiesjppi; we Lear
it el'eged that !a curscrc-ji' ul: j1, isstitut-ti.
sgainet him ia the cr-ti cf that Ctata for
dsbt, he has squirmed r t ef;thcni.by; plead,
ing ncm resiJcr.es. It hi chusioa to this thai
the following appears 1 1 tha Courier :
Set:::i d-x at h. -The Hen. Robert J,
aUer, whoee - residence Ina Tir -t- r-
ycars been an enigma to creditors and ether
ha3 at last, v. o prcsun: :, come to an c::e?":",r'"
He i,j ccmpF.!: J at last io own a residence t;i ''
Waeh'rgtonD. C. , and cat doubtless be fcusj
there, a portion uf tha time m -lesst ; tl i,;a
cfilcecf tha Secretary cf the Trefer-'" 'y '
sheriff, constables, nr. ! ethers .who tre"i!
sire to see him.
- Tot tl3 L.iphland IlIcs:acer",
t Mr. Editor : As our County Court see
to have becema remewhat a'part':e:t:"ent intha,'..
spirit cf improve rneni which' has j:,::t thca""
held cf our citizen e, may wo not hepo that
the' wretched condition ' cf tho C':"-" - fJzz 1 .
v. Ill attract their notice, uc 1 '-'uce thowcr
Ehipful Justices" to dose:. ::I.irj for its im
provement T Did you cr r pea by i:xf a
v.h.Jy day? -.if so, - ycu 'ere a wars - cf tho'"
eternal ' tlam," " burg," that 13 . kr-1 n
by the thelcton framescX hat were c:":::;
about this fineralle. building th n tJj re .i:. '
but. I "-will leave it to those whoee
it is, to find'out what ilan.'i,
IVhile "my hand fi in" I may fas.
add another word. If It' is expected that tho
te7u'ppirpost, will be used cs cf.ee during
the next f.vcl.o months, as uurirj the.leet '
year, 1 would respectfully suggest that it t.3
il'jhtly improved. Ii has beccme so r : '.: 1
t!:at it will Kot Eland up under L;,any.re..;:y.
cTu..e..j, especially tno cicnccs tl
end gentlemen be as largo as ct 'there
took place during cur 1. .t Court. "'
'""I. have many more th:rg3 to talk 0!
will defer them for th a
v.-eartcd by jour friend
..:.. Ir the Il''hlanJ r.Icsscn""cr.
Reader, do you wij!i to beheld
grand and beautiful t Reckon ycu tie.
then, gctop some c.lee'o'rnmg cr. I t.
trip to the top of the? "untain yr:l t 1
pretty village, end not more th ! r : ""
a I..:': V::-A,Iz!ot2 the run in:;, r.r .!
i .',"::. '".::.nry rr: :..',:.: ,::z;- z;z :e; ,: ::,
J if vcu tl:
. :""::;..'- The V
;.'.. I .I: a cf thoTrc:
3 thrt the s mount c:
r-. 1 n::.';3rmi flirts, sizz
ll c f lh 3 U. C Treasurer, wc 1 fs,f;v )l ' . .
'Ihe r r.-.cunt cf draft3'previ-'::!y e.:n, I :
j j -iJ, thougii payable, was vlC17,.
CZ1 70 which makes the amount cn d. ::
V J, J, It J i,.3
...3 iceneys on deposile in Eonro cf tha","'
(J cvernment depositories were cs fe vj ;
' ' V ants' Can'; , Boston, Mass., 1.1,11 : 1 1 3
II:r;cf Cntocf ELY., ' ItV :: " -
Ear,!; cf Cemrr.erce, I. Y., -Ear.Ii
cf America, If. Y.
American E::ch. Rank, U. Y.
Merchants Eenli.N.'Y. .
North River Enh, N. Y.
Philadelphia" Rank, .
Dank cf Commerce, i hila.
Chesapeake Rank, Le.!;I;.:ere,
Ear.k cf Baltimore, , v
ft 0 f '" !, J. if
Bank cf Washington, D. C.
ITk cf Metropolis, Wash., I)
Patriotic Bank, -Wash., D. C.'
Corcoran cRiggs, Wash., I ). f
F. Dodge, Georgetown, D. C.
Jdurder It Bplin.--7Q ,';
Henry Smith , a respectable L 1 :
Etricklacd'a . Depot, -'in - B'e '," :
killed by cno cf Lis men lie vx:-
last, who attacked LIm in a:, f e!
tance from his dw'eh'ir " !:r: ? ,
in' wi:a a "tuck, and "th;c- V
swamp -rer.e.i near L-' : -f 1
by b:.3 '..I 3 a ihert t re : ',..
gonom ; ursuit cf hLnf .' ...r.
tempted to chertiro the r
far - r-. 1 . 1
j I, T f, ; ":
I rellrr L.o prsvcJ a i
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