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i KDITKD -PUBLISHED.; ;
XZaTI r?rit thcAdmlnistration
' WuSSS States Bank, wtfh
-:fioatldnaas expcfi ciay have
' bo-occefspary..!.' - Jt" j . r t J
umi.- t iit. Atm the excise of tnes poster
: : u.: r , anH ttta President, ; will pro-
StSTand disaffection, ahd .till
S tiiTH weaken out; unionto say nothing of tig
t a tarll' wIch lias -for its ebject, the fostoing 4Jf
the intcrpslsbf one section coantattho
expense of another, the best energies of tho paper
. wUl be opposed.!. , -'; . wiivfll
; OfthenlypTopotcadtjctrfneoi ISull.fica-
t The Carouxa Watchman Is polished
7'Arec DcBars per year, m advance
whbretljqiHicrj live in Counties more tqan
- one hundred miks distant from Salisbury, and fin
' nil cases' whcre'thTraeeoant is over one year stan
- din?, the price Will be $1. " . - -; ; . ;
J No subscf Ipuon will be taV?n fur less taan one
xlixx Adcrtisinrr wQl be donVt the usual-rates.
' Ko suhwsripUon will be withdrawn until arrears-
- p-ck' arc paid,Wlcss the FAiivr chotxts. ( . -
- , K?tWribcrs riavine the whole- sum ad-
! Vance, can have the, JKufeifnmatO tor one!
t year, and if advanced reguiariy,m uc vuuuuu-
: ed ! it the samurifates afterwards. . ' I f
; - ' " All lettejs to tlie EditoT'muat bfe Post f aider
f Key will not be attended to. f , ; v
Persons addressinff the Editor on the bmixion
-ef the Ofier wilt address lani an Editor, -of he
Cardiiia UtchmwiThc that write on oth-
er business ran direct to II: C.. Jones.
- iiN BJ All the subseripiions taken betore tue
- cmcncemratcfthisHPapcVit will be remem-
tKn raihtlMltn ! 01 me r lilbl
S'alisIarrjT...i..Saturtlay, August IS, 1832,
I- . : AGENTS.
The following jGentlenicn will oblige me ; by
.Mting as Agents tortlie WvTcnMAic in the sev
eral Counties! where they . reside, " and reeemts
rr.ldo bjt them: would be as ; valid as. if mado ? by
j5'sclf,-viz r i ' 1
, i; FOIl jSUJlRY countt.
.4 Francis K. Armstrong,-
;Capt. John Wright,- . " ' . , ?
Cof.T; B. Wright, : " : .
' lLtcr Clingmam. 4
; . jlSTOKES GOUNTT s 1 r
Jdin F Poiiidcxtcr, Esq, . j ? 4
I&uic Gibsan, E8q. - i - 1
r ! WILKES COUNTY, i ! ?
CoI;SamL P, Patterson
' Messrs Finley & Botjthell,
;, i.i BUHKE COUKTY,
Robert Pearson , Esq.- .
' Sidney Erwin, . . ,
, Jchni1; Hardin, Esq.
A.- Scales, sq"; 4.
Jesepb; T, . Caldwell, Esq.
X M' BuTtoi) Esq. "
Brj J.Boydj.'' ;
F L Smith, lSq,
; I '"CABARRUS.
David Stbrfce, Esq. t
! 1). MBaxitnger. Esq.
: : u 4GUILF0UD-
j :Cr;J. A.Mcbane; . " -.
; ColA;Mi:chell, '
C: r UlEDELL.
1' - -Whitfteld Km. . -
1 : 1 .VvinvinsoN.
J1 .V Jo!mP:MabTv. - f-
T i iRca-wnablo commission will be alloF ob mp
aey collected. f H, C.JONES.
Salisbury, July 23, IS32. ' . ,
4 .NULLIFICATION ' :
i! tTli following r5olutioo, .. among others was
adopted at a recent meeting' of tb-JuiriEerariit.
XJliarleston", and' shews conclusively that "they
are" determined brl resistance, - :;
. ' KeIred,Tli"aUhc act passed at the last scs
sloh of Congress entitled " an act to alter and
ar(end thq ?feereral acts imposing duties ori. ira
pcrts;Hinasmru:h as it recognizes the pTincirJe
of protection, and tru poses uefual and oppressive
taxesnot called fur by public urgency, butUx
ike soleiexclasive benefit cf a clasj is delibei'
tnicJof llbsc, wiicthii.opcir ? hidtoi, he ; Ml
,. SL-tW,tmjitf hi streab. Cimciam, Wit,
1 in the. WeSAion. EeUeTins" n W-f"
that uiKlcservctl uamc can "VI
icticn cf Ccrmrxnt, te pB I fed ; itU. dug to
anamuttuons,it.is-conirary y ""i.r,
views bVctviipollty and as such will be gombat
cd bVthc lVvitjhaiasi . , -4 ' . -
. I .i ; ; .( .-)- -- -: ' - ' 1 1 ' v i
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atci palpable and danyrril'ixisc ofwernoi i
haVea rioiitand ar&ik dut boundto interposo
lXa aircsilnff operation of the aid act withis
dily a the forms of, Government wul perout;.
ta nullify.fcrrtest tjie j,xation joMltsame
tLinoarrliimtsasviolaUonlloC our deanst
To resist a iavFof Congress generally w trea
When the laws cnaqrep oyne 114.
faction in SthJ CajDlina.llrcflcct-
hgVnctf ocght to rally uwnniLtliie nstitadoa if
theiVfatKcrsand preiietre it.tei a ;nch inhen-,
tance to be 'transinitted to thjir;j;liirdren. - Who
is it thatis ffianlfestty sowing iheseed's of dissb
lutioa? i'It i? aband ci.diprintliarahitious
inenwho having lost l&pV It ol5ce:! and prefer
jaentf from" the federal govenrment, are seeding
tobrealcupine Union, in orUcr tnthey may bo
MMt'nuA in tno Souttiera republic?! the- fu;ure
eJUitehce vf which they. anf airful.boidiy pro-
have every thing wj hope roatuniutmn and
civaiwarand every thing tr gain rora tuo dis-
,LL r2st 'nrriAisedH Govenunent T-ne,
inibcwln' has extended iftclf to'xiuw j- hunc-st men,
asln a cajicsx-t pupaiar ueiusion. ItWre as
cuusfc serious discwnieni, it iiaij b6jn almost
eniirely temovea by we act passed it the last so
siuii" of Congress. lSutbonieirf the,dutiesare too
higii, isreauijy admitil-d, thit'caareal majon
ty yt'il aruciJseuiiSUraaia tne thera Slates,
thy -have been faiiUruJ'.y veiuceU,kid in .uuio
cases entirely uoojislied. The staicneut below,
taken from-tho. Soithuru'PatroU w:e beikve
presents a fiir analysM of the TariiT of 1828 and
1SA2.. Jjet us-with a Unitta aud pHtriutic voice,
say. wo,- tw
to thatj mo too dart
scatter the seeds cf ditfpwCmm us. ; let tae
hills hide him and thf toiuinsHJoyer hiia. "It
wer4 bettcsr for aim il lie had neve? beea bofi.
Aaron Burr once attempted tuieoverhrow of our
GuverUaient, to the end that he'iitghi crdct . a
great. Western republic. He was disappinted
aapilant,! and sought W gaiST 'power by bringing
confusion audlruirr upon our beloved country .
W4 live under the most frcq fit best Government
on earth i Let us not suffer it to be blown to the
fuurwinds because of temporary ills or imagin
ary grievances, Let us' cherish;! with parental
affection the parting .ad vice of the father cThis
country. In his farewell address to the Amer4
can pojplc, hetelfsthein to frown indignantly ap-
gr alienate one section fooiii . tbej other. Let' us
hold m keen rDmombrance that by anion our lib
erty was gained, and j by disunion i willbe lost.
Disguise it as the Nullifiers kiay flreir .. doctrine
leads: directly to dwunion, fclaodshltl, and civil
war. ' ' They maintain 4hat I af statefhas thq right
to arrest the operation l.of i '-law Ibf .Congress
w hich in tlieir opinion is unconstitutional, howe
vcr grearthe raa.Tity rvtyl have been by which
it was passed. Can a State berin tltc Uniunjand
not subject to its laws ? Can a Stdto be in and
out ofthe Union at the sanuk ttine A state 13
certainly but ofthe Union jthat restrains by vio
lence, or otherwise th'd complete accn of a law cf
Congress; Are we, the "rople, wllling to have
twenty-four masters ? If Soutli Carolina has a
right to decide for herself,!' so has; every -other
State, and in such (case, -we should have twenty
four different interpretatioiij cf t'ieS constitution.
The President is swiorii,to see hat the laws are
executed.. It is his imperative duty. We shall
see the resalt. rWe hope tlje;gaoasenso of .the
people of SouthCirojinaj will 3'et triumph.
: ..' ;TrirolipS8." i
t " . . ..v0oti.liijs. . . - '
Plains ccsting.SSi and j under, the" square yard,"
value imported $266,060 duty "4b, per cent
mount qf duty, : ; ? -S i t f f 19,727
CJotb. cosing over 33 ct3, the , square v-
Avard, value importfed 2,854,339,..
duty 4 per-cet -amount of ftu
-tyr! . ijtte$yK'l84J5li
ynlua ' imporjted $2,473,185, j diity, ,
w ou qol ver cuou uuouaL ox au ?
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4 j 1 1.1,67798
Hednction, on wbolcni
, 1 ; ' 4 'coTToKa." ; -
Cottoii goods, value imported, 57) 18 r
, i wi, uujy pur cenu , auicun.
Reduction on cottons1 !
v a- iir..' mow..
Iron, and marmractutes of.lron'aTul
X. jMx..! ' . I. 1111 .ii mki il' S' tr: '
4 ofbcri. ruuiAiiuuiu,-v J,0,UZd
Reduction on iron
Reduction on sugar j; K'l : 411,539.
Salt value miporte!V&fc7lJ910'. ntv" '
; 20 cents per 56 lbs. amount of duty 2074,800
1 -T. r; .-w409' .
Reduction on saltj
ihe limits of South-Uarolma and; maruamiug
kvithuj thetate, autHontiajriglita.and liberties
ippcTtdniaff to onr j tateji andiat we- ynU
rfiH th i mcank in fitur ) Dower epep-
:scn. ! -The "biiumiiB&Jto5i5tate:to
authonae puera : w wuuuiufc wjju.
'- duty 3D per, cent.4 amount ipf edu- '
ou"V DIwn -ana white, value import- . - -ed$4,630342idutybmvrt3,ori-
vwmie rcw.pcriOT,amounrot Iutf,' SJJGSG
" -4- f- if , , ! . wp-a T.
p gAMSBPmr;;ift c;eA!iri73afeiy; mFsi'Siisas;-
TarUr of t : I
I"-:'.-- : -.WOOLLENS. r;!lT lj' KV
Plains cost 33 4 cents and under the square yard,
; value imported 2CG,060 duty 5 per cent arnt
-Vcfduty-:. ;' . ;nvo3
Cloth costing over 33 J cents this firrdare 1 , " t
C yard, valud imported $354 du ' " I'
. :ty 50 percent, amount of duty' , 1,426,169
Blaniet, Hosiery Staff good, tic:
: : value imported $2,463,18, duty 10 r " j
v:-t 115 pet ceat, amount of doty . ! 236,02
: . cottons;; - .
Cotton grr,Ydue imported. $7,9 18y; '
ofduty, : S'30574
Iron and manufactures of iron and steel,
R value imported, 3,46692, duty
1 ri'sucAii4 , I .u
5?ugarlmrwn and ytutoi value ihtp6rt-.
cd, $430363;duty on brawnS 1-2,
, 0:1 white 3 cents per lb., amt. of du- -
' ':. salt. 1 , '
Salt, value imported; $671)79 duty r
ju ccn per ooipounds. amount, of I ' ', j
.duty - ' j 537,404:
It will thus be mm that on; the Ave protected
articles of Woollens, Cotton, Trbn, Surar and Salt,
the reduction will amount to 233"8."io: Now
it will be seen that, copvinnr. the: Treasurv state-
ii;uuujip'jfis, we uave esxirnaiea the whole vut-
ue 01 riams, imported ai 33 li-3 cents the square
yard ($266,060 j as. paying 5 per cent, duty, when
the minimum bein? 35 -centi linAer hi nov nwl
the reduction will be greater than wo have stated
ori this description ?f goods.- With regard to the
other protected articles the reduction on uamanu4.
tactnred wool is 10 per cent., exicept . that costf
ing 8 centa and under, which comes in free. On
flannels and Baizbs tho rcdultian is -2 cents '
tiy square yard;" On Brussels aid. Wilton car
peting? cents. On Venitianl dd 5 cents. On
ton When thcseHreductionslin) added to thosr-
vuiwu uapxuvr j i-senis. va.nemD nv per
made on the aooVetmentionsd five protected ar-J
tides, t'ae aasresraie result will not varv mueh. I
if any thing, from the stateiebt of Une SecreUrv
if the Treasury, wiho estimated the reduction on
protected articles at about thre4: billions of dollars
although viewing the articles separately we make
a less reduction on woollens and a g.cater redac
tion on. Cottons. ' ' ' . '
Now, it will be borne in mih tiat tn Address
state? that .qpon those rnanttfacturear: which are
received in exchange I for the productions of the
Souths the aggregate increasei of the burthens of
taxation beyond vhat they were under the Tariff
of p2S. is believed: to be upwards bfoneWlUoa of
dollars;, j The articles we have selected Jor com
pansoAjconstitute the 'great bulk M largest a4
uiotint fear protected commodities, and fear but:
of five of these, -'aatoely, eoitosb, woollens; irohi
n4 aro almne.vtho XQl4s!tre rrdootioaof the
V ;iy country, (Great Britain which tue adresJT
xu - rwcivea in exenange z jt ino stap4s,;
productions of the South," and are ?? burthened by
an increase of taxes of upward of 'one million of
dollars." '.'j !v : I:
We shalf extend tliia compailaoin to the great;
mass of unprotected articles, to show with howlit
tle prupriety it is alledged that sogTeat a reduc-"
ton as nearly twelve m'llibns af dollars in' a"
scheme of impost ;J producing n 1;830 between
twehty-r;ix and twenty-seven !mr?f ions,, lean be
saidtoaflbrd no evidence of reaction but on
the ontrarv nroof Lf
gTessive. We have Said that the loss from the!
uieratiori m the pound sterling arid of , interest!
trarathe payment of caaH duties and KhnrtminT
tlw credits, will about 'balancc the aiu from abol
lshmg the addition cf the 10 and 20 per cent, to
.c vi imJuriai;(HlS. XIUB W Snail Show
wc think satisfactorily. ' h
From l?ieCharkstoh totier:
v The mind enlightened, shrinks with horror
at the contemplation of dangers with which th
present crisis, of arTairs is fraught. The good
order and tranquility of the once happy Union
is UiTdatencd the molocli cf civil discord is
gaming sway in crarland, It hfcoif.es, then, the
imperative outycf (he true - rot to exhibits in
Uc eleares: ght, the intimablft blessiccs
weeruoy,in:the untrarr.mrled participa
tion :f liberty unalloyed and byJaudable means,
to avert, if possibH.from our fair country, the
awful storm which liowls, and with rjust
mdisr-nation thunders, to : shivpr th
.blest, pillars of her; support:, Our renu!li fnr
Mora .than forty yfear ave'becn enjoviriff unex
arnpled freedom a freedom . whjch " secure to
tae ezrn, regardJcss cf rank, the privilcrr8 of
spoeeh, thought, . aition, and the innccenrpat
riarcaicat happmcss of usitinr
own grape vine and fig tree.. What greater
mcentrve ean be offered the unswin
tojnainfain the institutions h
by;exhlbitin thera as the dwelling places of the
Tee, the asylums cf tlie oPnresvl
SJvx penitcrs have so declared them; experi
ance has confirmed their declaraU6n thpJr
has been the consecrated price. A tha i.
proof cf the vahie jjiuLwhich our rTn;rtA U. i 1
nd with shame be J it sn?d. itU :
wll give the tclforawfafrhta l,,
ltsiframers: 'Ammm. vriiW iJi-iL-i
cf trcps,rwithcut a.s:ngle8cldier, exhibits a!
raore fdmg. .posture to f, reign ambitjcnJ
,1 miea, wiuia hundred thousand
reterans ipidv tbrcambat. j It was remarkedL mi
1 l?iTTier occasion , e that the-want
hadsaved jhe .liberties; of one nation in Europe!
vuS cuut4 oy ner , msuiax situation! and her
iriia?, .impregnable to the armies
of h .neighbrrrs,. the rulers of great Bntain
r1'" ie oy real orartificial dangers
to cheat the people m an evtin;-
isumew. ine ct:tance cf the United" Stated
irora ine powenui nations;: of the worli, gives
thexa u the saine rainriv aectrritv.. ! A- snwrmW
establishment can never be necessary or plausible
so long at they continue a ttnited people ; but let
it never for a j moment, be forgotten,. hat jiheyj
are indebted foir , iVis advantage; to eiri.upiorl
alone. I The" mome ntof ;ta i dissolution wiBWl thk
new date of a new brd t bfthing Ihe fears;
rf tri weaker; or- the ambition of thefp'stropgel
States confederacies, wilf seVthe same I'eiSn?
pie in the new! as Charles the 7th did tn 1 thl
old world. ?The exampre will be foUowed rere
from the same motives which produced liuniversal
iimuuq mere.- instead el denvinf from t. out
mtnatio3,tbe precious adrahtare vrhich Great
isniam nasyienrra irom hers, the lace of Amer-
of Europi Ti IviD pinicnt liberty cvcrrjv!ierof
nuasuiru uinvvut'fj sianuing armies, iae pprpetnar
taxes. "The fortune of JUanitetl ni-4ca will
be even mare disastrous ' than thid; ofp5arope.
rrhe sources of jviliu the latter artcafifincd to
hr own litait. No superior povrerltiffaajther
quarter of the globe,,nnt;.gue uirwnsr . hr rival
nations, - inflalue .their' mutual, animsilics, zd
render mem jtse yrstruaients f forefen
jealousea, aniir?venja In America ..the
springing jrom net- internal jealoues, c;uen
tions and wafs, wuuH :form a . part'onl! of her
lot: A plentiful addition- of ' evils wodld have
their source ias that rrlatinn - in whirb! VLr.rmt
sjands to thii qtjarter'of the Eirth, id which no
of the Earth ; bears ; to Hcrope."
This picture of the cbnsorHierices of disunion can
nrtbe too highly coloured, or ioo often eihilited.,
jvcry iua.i uo loves peace every m&n who
loves his country , every man ; who Joves! liberty,
oiight to hay jt ever bcfoiC - his cj'es, that he
may cherishj in his heart a due attachment to the
Union cf America, and be able to set a-diku value
on the'mearii qf preserving it." Tha is lte wise
and admonitory lanaruatfe of one of tne-f.'&mersof
th Canstitation, aneot the Cithers of his pourrtry.j
uu.wc i inp rrasiaents, ot thescL tree, nappy,
and Cnitrdj States. 'Let- him. thdn,. v.:ho lias
one spark ofj patriotism left, wflcct, ' thai if the
advice here oikrcd. comes Ifrom one;diflclf1a5T in'
rpolitical sentiments, he should .bear tn raibdrthat
J according tcfaf mostnoble precept, U iff lawful
to accept good adviceven from an enemy. Tbe
prudent inquiry in all cases ought surely tobe?
riot, sq much j from whom the advice comes,
as whether the Wvicc is good." :
! h HELVlIUS.
Tne Counj de Survilliers, ancfd paftf,hU
suite, took, passage in the packet Alexander,
which saileil from tlus port for Liverpool on the
20th 'alt.. fKe motive wliieh induced t$is step
has been ajsiibject of considerable : pcbulatu)n
among the paohc gossips, and ot course a j variety
.dissimilar causes are assicmedJ The plea
v aich the"vount himself used was an anxious i
desire to visit! his wife, who is inl a deciining
siaieoi fieajthtbui this, it seems, lii ulsiiUicient
to satisfy the minds of some who chka to tak'e a
deep interest in the snhiect. - The NeW.York
CommerciaL fallowing upja paragraphia a Boston
VHMTi "as aa aoio article ot Several irolujoins, in
wuicitrit is estnoifehed, apparently tithl writer's
satisfaction! thitl the real obiect of l.thel:Coutt'4
journey is tj eitfeavor"lo restore the fajlei dynas
ty of his family $ Ince Among thcT reasons
u 8liPPJrt 0ftHii6p1nion.it
is asserted Jthat, uu
lFlni the.viapt dflLafayette to1 this eouhthm an
the cvunt, the fatter openlyj-and ; warily .prof
claimed the dofctrine "that his brotlier'j . tkmily
were the,rightdl inheritors of the F4ench throne
and it is furtpeT declared, tliat mpte recently
he has writted to one of his friends a Ikt ter 111
which he reoeafs and rmiintains the! same claiui.1
In addition to f these expressions fj hi i opinion
it is known- that, a very short- fimelprip ta his'
departure for jShgland, a strangel apivedva
Bordatown, procured a guide to the Count s
mansion, where io remained in clos4 conference
with ithe owner lor three days, and fia direct!
aftr e fcft, preparations, were cofmr chced oi
the passage acfofea the Atlantic. ? lliis, Strang
isspr4sd ia Jhavo brought cominiijxidatjona of
cbi aspect ct ajiairs in f ranee ; and it m certain
that his mission, was of no ordinary kmd as sev?
era! projected improvements which to Counf
had intended to uperinlrnd in person,. Jrero has
tilyiandoriedjhis affair3 eftto alegiLgent,and
his w-hcle Irwisehoid arranged icr a i4abseactof
its chief. Thcjs facts' talcen in-conie(tion with
the recent riots j in Pari4-the demonstrations- of
.deoateni'Q al f parts of iFrance thejextensive
oposhina , to -'the rcigabg tamilyt-ltlie largfe
number of adherehtp to the Bonaparte jnteiost-i
and various bther circum3tances,l all show-,
ing an obvious tendency to another revejath.n, db
give ibloar-i to tji belief that the Cofrnl's depari
ttrc at this particular juncture is Jelrrablo i
other than rherd domestic causes. f
If it should pj-ove jthe , fact that Jcs4ph BonaJ
parto j has retqrjipd to Europe upon h. ; express,
invitation of thi leading members oftl e French
opposition; including General Lafayette himself,
niav be expected to result' Tlie throie of Loii
is i iiiuippe isatiraay wiiring u r.aq noioun
dation in the a flections cf the people who havb
been basely dHjeived and betrayed, aril the con
duct of the National Guard,,, at and lafteTtheTd
nrral of General Lamarque, gives strong evidence
that it can hopci to derive but little lutoport frorii
their sympathies. The French nation never
heartHy eoincidled in the elevation oihe Duib
cf Orleans,-ar.d nothing fehort cf t!ie advice and
example of such men as Lafayette Jcould have
prevailed upon them to give it evetj a passive
sanction The fearelthat the Due, though
a professed mcxii rate, wp stilr in t-faTt a Bour
bon, . and time has shown they were, not mista
ken. With a how of regard to popular rights, a
petty sutsemeppe to popular prejiiuces in sraaii
matters, and an iolitward appearance ojf i fqublican
simplicity,'" the 'citixen King hasxemm'tted the
trrftise&t acts fusurpation,and onlt itllen short
of his predecessor i n ibs olut.- despotisib. . How
ever the ministerial journalists may j attempts
disaruise, it cannot be doubted that thsere exists
at tiiis'timea demand extensive scljene to over
throw tlie government, alU the c4operation Of
the eldest brancj oi ine once RWRijiJW smi
powerful Bonapairtes, cannot fail th 4hasten is
success. Thatl this co-operation will1 fake place
a matter ofco'nlecturej.but not witliaut some
reasonawe munauonv v i j j . :r
Whatever oMectilie Cc-mtde "SdnlIer&Tn.ir
have in re-visitiog Europe, he-heara with hia
the' esteem of tH4 country which lie chsr.as ius
place cf not innfippy j Durfhlelit4ehl
won for him the j regard ; and admufatibM, f -all
who know himj and wherever he m4rp,Ain,e
icans uill contihueto.feel an interest, iiihis .wel
fare, and bo glad? to hear of his successj" v. . '
! i ' h ' - . 's-i
A letter froas Rorhefdated Mayjt'lth, gives
tad fallowinir ! account of; this drear writet-
Sir Walter Scott left this' citr, intendlh? to re
turn to Ahhrtsfird bv war: of Florehc. Venice,
MtinfehJJStntbrard, Franklbrt, Cologne, I Iolland,
and England. i On the whole his residence Italy '
as been very.heWficial to hiipj 'though tho ef-
of the severe paralytic stock Vilff pTvbably
w i'aIiuujiu. Liii hire ww uuao uiii a imuLuw m mu
be never 'whollv .removedV as the s labieneesln
his! feet was much5 increased,. and he speaks
with difficulty.! TTiose.who, are able perfectly
to follow him as he speaks soon pejcdvthatthe
lnieiiectiia i stream siui -.iiows wiia pnmu;ijupiuu
tor the purpose of sharing in the eMrt which
will probably b4 made to change the fom of gov-
01 i tne utmost mairmtuae
years wmcn ne jnas passeu among us, nis nospi
tality lv;s urbakuty -his rannifieent nerosiij
his aTniable aiidt uncstentatious mahners, iTave
ictifitvl Ecsiilca 'the WOW'hicl.'hc
f- ""4 ' I
haaa!reayetit to.ne-5fl 'Yfcjg ifJIalt& ie 1
is nbf putting the last haiid (Jl Cuiablaal hoYtl,
Biiarfo, whicljia .foiradi oaths citrardraary
advcniures. cf a" very-' formidable., bah Jit cuiet.
He gi jiily ji-grets ti.e death of Geohe, bocaa
as he lexpi jsied hurfeif, ;he wwd X hav,o, beeti
S3 hafpy to seer by his own .rlro-sideJUe povrenul
geului on whom . the"' wbrld V turned,'" :r Tr.
reccivfed art invitation Jto Veunarth3 very week
that Goethd . died.- If he atUritd?d only to hU"
healtii he would mur.i.-bj sea; but his isdpwn
b an irresisiabla linging to the.roman.uc" mocn
tams ind aatiqne castles jthat look down h.: j tho
blue iraes of KvtlxcrlilQe -J' .'- : i
LojrdoK,; Junt 15. Sir Walter Scott has arri
ved in London, and is nowot the hou3e"of his sen-ii-law,
-Mr Lbclihart. 1 We regref leafa thai
this eminent xVHter and admirible mah ha not re
turned with any rene wed vigor of catitutiun,ur.
any chance, of gfatityfcig the world with -farther
i"Js genial nq is ,maeea, raucrh worse
iaj health than when he sbi mit;au;beiioU apvn
hensUns are r entertained;', of' his recover tf: in
passing down the Rhine i he toirfereJ hvi an-.t!r
. ' 1 - . : lev. Aft uJi
ZT A o. uuuu v4 servant , m
bleeding liim, J:c could; not have survived tho
auacj- lie has nw, we are ialurmed, lost the
ma of one side, and is hot likply ti recover . it.
He his been attended W phvsicians ever ainr
Iu3 return.-;- 'llihcr.
ijVwii the Jyw Yqrk'Etchiitg P01L
: Tna Comfnitteo appointed lo investigate
tlie character, causes arid syrhptons of Cho
lera Asphyxia, report iix part, On the sym p
tei j v - L ! "-! ''. '' f
Te.best writers,' 911. Cholera Asphyxia,
gCn .gr?? tliat it; ia inyanably;;;prec(
0ed ijy'ihefoilowing rcuioritory spmptoms;
l paueni jpoinraain or a lassitude and
partial utieisiiruss in tho remon of tlie
sloJSMicli, accornpanidd -with . scrrjier slight
evacuations froSa the? bowelsr. irisuflicieit
hqwover toiexcite his jatteiitioiilaral&rr.i , As
these! symptoms! increase, ' and tliq "evacaa
ftions become mbrc CreqiTent, vfrotn two to
iweie uiucs a uuy, j accompanieu wiui tn
croad iplrrhis pounterraocie bpcom
shuir and'Jnrpf whith hejappearat to. be
pbrtv:tly uucofisporii. ; Qcasiorial nausea
somciimcs appears tt tiiia periptL These
symjtofts i generally epntinuq, vary ing; in hser
veritv from on? toferi divs JbcforeithoSG-
conal stage sprvcriei,-h
first irenof a dark brgn pr 4 blackish hue.
IV- i16 J11 'ooittc3,' -t&dy;- beepme
less pf .a natural ?pcar ssize, until ; tliey zih
stunc the cons&terfce .and Hspoct cf (firty
.watdf.". omo bead, ache,j cramp of the fin
gers, toes, and j abdobien, slight giddiness
and 5ingirig kiiho ejars, ! accompany tbdsc
symptoms. Sornetiiries a costtveness of two
pr three days during! supervenss,. which is
immediately succeeded by a return of the
'dsarkboea, and in a few liburs after'j by a
collajpss of Ac whole system,, with naiia
njvjjitirig. :. ;.i,':i4j: Hi- ,.
JlH during the prevalence of these prcmo
hitoHf symptoins,. that th Jmihd ;of u the pa
tient should be soricfisly Impressed witlitlie
vital importance of filing in medical aid.
In tHis gt ige it is a simple disease, caused
by a jmorbid poison taken into the system,
whici nature, m producing a diarrhoea is
exerting ber feeWt powers to dblodge,
whici are rendered still more ' feeble, every
hour jthe enemyils permitted to fortify and
entrench itself iii those organs more partic
ularli subjected j to .-its influence. The
manner in wiiicl this poison H to be expellV
ed,isiby aiding theefibri. of nature with
activ and pqwerjiui cathartics, until the im
mense 'discharges of feculent arid horribjy
offensive dejections,; demonstrat2 Tits total
cxpu sion from4he bo(lyr " liut u tnisopr.
portiinity be lost or instKid evacuantJj. sti
stimvjlatihsr liquers and opiates so. iiidiscri-
natelf 'recemraended byisome .shouHinow j
DC iicsminiKterea, inci aiaeaac wouiuacuin?
more! etrength; and nature,- subdued,jtvou W,
in the same ratio, yield' and sink:, inp the
:secord Btage of tfiQ iiisc ase. ' . -1 ";"
! Thje attack of the j second sLige is jgener
allv made between ten o-c1ock at night, and
ten ofclock in Ui6 morring, and is feo sud
den arid violent, that the patient often com-1
pares u TomesiroKc oi a emu. ,
Frequently the patient awakes with an
ardenjt desire to go to the water closet, or
he ii44 struck'1 indescribably on rising the
morning, or soon - after. A sudden am!
great! increase of the previous diarrhoea or
a violent inclination to hive a passage, with
out pbrii, H in most cases the first sympton
described by the patients -Vomitiug occurs
siinultaceouslyv or soon follows. Cramps,
occupying successively the oles of the f"5ct,
the calves of tbe legs the thigh,! and in a
less degree the superior extremities, super
vene instantly? or in the course of two or
three hours. There i i i pain in the! region
of thl stomachy retiessnes3 andimuch thirsts
(The evacuations rescnitfle barley gruel.
Still the'pulse is not deprcsscaVfind the pa
tient lean. keep, cmfeet. : f
UIhotioW afrfvesat tho "collapsed stage of
the toscasei, and ! presents that ; frightful.
cKoksric decompos:tion of features; of which
language can give no adequate idea. His
eyes are sunk and Surrounded with a Jivid
circli, the pupils often dilated, ! face, shrunk,
teold and BvidDarticularly the; lip? nose
cold lind pinched uptonguc cold, moist
and a little, furred with whits-rMTespired
fromlhe lungs- perfbetly coldvbrce pro-'
foondly altered, nearly cxTincior nearu un-
ly m!a feeble whisj)err--in,a.few cases qnito
cxtinct--cxtremitijes cold; afonk: and livid j
timek invade the trunkTnd -particuXtho
sidei of the chest---handsv: shrivelled - ,and
'--r r . - i - .
iwrinkled like a washer, woman'srio 'nuli-
i cal pukationi or iC ii. 'extremely feeble
thirst tcfftngurlneno.longCT scCTCted
territl-a "puririns'tuidirequent voinung.
Although thointeHcctud 'fati , rp
Tt:n almost all cases, th, pa
tient lies resardlcss, except to make ffequcnt
SS fo?S&Vto hi cramp?.
pain -or even hn" Kuj' - 'it .L-
trusT corrl meal cracl, aria tha o56V4- ;
ofjStalo oysters. llb.citm ctrodius k!iad ?"
-rncsr incessant, ?produse'no cohfvo S
of tho --limbs. Fro.-n VnbitH
penc J,the blood flows riot at . aLVVr?.Wth'
grfcat dLUculty;. h of avcry drk .cofca -
at tllOejld Of SOnirt hnnr Pn,'klA'.' .fA-.' '
agd sbl7 cosgakjed vegetans jey ind ib ' f
WiUiout-spum.., The raechanical: part of ro-
spirauon 13 pretty well performed, toh
UiL- fuaiiion ;is impcifcrt. ' In a . verv f-r :U
Xgirt, hickupand delirium .snocrvene tn! L1'.
coureo oithedisistsc. JThssSSn'of tL"i vhsrS :
and face is brownish, not blue - '! , ' 1
i:Ia-thtthst.riaUtiK,K.rnsia feuTJ i
wv wail of voice-i cold eia.amy sWcai J .v J.
kjrthai.all tfyy surface; thi? dejcct:ocs ,T !
frequent and sevrre.and yu:niling , is BK&i&ci 4
esxcessive... fa short time the. pat:? kt-J
te attack, and witBout a struggle. , 8vnahf s
uib re-acwon is m.-re pcricct, and he gtvf a a iijpi
ot . rccoverinyr for ot 4dayi ; whoa h' toai-
fests-a dbpositioa to sleep, the intelWt "rematn-
kag.undjsturUid. His fice became flusahs,
eyes inject?d, ani in dispite of revulsion or ex
, -j-.v.o-,., 0 i f 'UtJUl, nvvj.T :j(jr.
4?tipJs,aad.ho u;c3 with tho'usual'cerebral svmr
tarns. . . - -
: Wenowje?ume tho consiJcratioas of syr,j "v
tonis, with a jriew t) r!ance at sjne. tu i;ivLN , '
naut tolje omitted yat not scfliolezidy ecns:rut td
axjuu a-ian pi a general ai3cnption ol uuy.
ease. ; , .; .i .., - ..,,.' 1 r'ur
r pla many cases there scenix to be an TuteK-r
struck with a blow:
tort frptnLdistrcsssg .QinU-aortJ, r
open. e,W.tc,T;,ir.wotJ.i; f
M u uH:iongcT, alter a evn i - i
unpen re-action takes . plachcl : Art ) 1
tjaUy maed, a ftble puIsaUort .is pprreirVai h 1 .
fr.'ocamiwtwnthJ f. " 1
irigwim-Hbaf the ey.- 19 injected 4n,a inct!t:r r i
manner, chiefly that portion t f "t tiiat id t nxK'd I
to; tlie -1 Lght; in a less d'egrt f.)p prjrt ov?fvi' ; : '.J
by tae lower lid, or an echrymos's tCrraeA it ty4 -i '"v
globe, ur liiially a thin pu3 ;s secreted. T'ta
tent ceriuial v sinks in 2 i 36 crdfi h f. - ; . , ;
Diic monientary'Sonsat'uitifiof being. sicTod , wi4i p f i
the cholera, before the appearance of any, pf th V 1 " -syihptoins
enumerated. The patient , Irfcto j 1
cdarey this idea 4 by repeating hUnsalf v :i ;
jla very many casearomitThg has prrril A
alvine dischargeg :i Jn alanro portion cf Daeaw. " 1 't
there is only a noaibness instead of crarops of " I
the upper extfomitie. . . ' ,i if
r iJThe alviaeevacuaticfea are described frota thi J1 V
sensation, try the patient, as consisting t jnw 1
water, '; In soma tatr cases there is dab .vortt rni- ' I
oui hcadaeli, with? or; without:. tmnitaaiJinruti ; ?'
trihging in the -ears. ; Irr about half tho .ci? I
pam or pressure cf the abdomen or cpigutnan.
.UiUer the finders an-laixloraen has a daBirr
feeling. Sometimes, tho' rarely, L'lereare tt"git ' f
clullsat the commencement, ' in" fine, the cun-A.: 1 !
w CTaiacicristic.syi3ipioms;ar putrhr,
v5mitingcrainpr of the lower extranitte.' hl-
cric decompotition of tlie jfoatures, prollxind aitir- J I 1
atipn of thu voice, aenc or ex6am iteeuVnr f l
general coldness and liviityr axuila apjr- 'i
afifc?, and mtegrity of the intelleetuil fiMii
tee. I ; 4.
When tlie dbeaso has passeI tluvsnjh itc e!'- j
max and is advancing in its period of d'taitiutioni
it undergoes the f lo ng moduleitjt i . f
Tle attack is rarely so suddi;as z! firat. it Ir ,
less rapid and violent in its cr urs, -reaotiui H
etabiished in almost all casesnd at art. early i'
periodX-the choleric, decomposit'on of r?it;nr ?V. iiij
exisis in a companuvciy very si:gni degree , f '-"i . 1 ; is
in cases which prove fatal in a lew ho jf puis . 'i
rarely altagethmpercept'b!, pain at 'the epistl I ' i '',
tnom, or proseure, m-m cdmrrtjo. In j short,
frofrri its commencemant t its tenalnat'on t.Vm
is a jraddal anl frreat . amaiiorUioQ of sympt .nml
They bacomn rfiikier and of shorter duration prv .
vitras t re-actin.-s. When, rc-actiort ta'res pia.;-e.
there ia aj dtli Tnination cf b!dtf,t'v.hG. '.'.ic&
flashes, eyes i j'Vtnd t-ngue redi dry, a lit:!
sWiillensoinems of a blistered apfirr.rce. i
..covered 'ith i harsh for; svds.afjouttho ,tcr..h;
pilfer small, Ufeble, not very frequenturineV;.-
or"scanty-U-'tmitIng, purginrr and; crtrip rv; :!i
J'S3 urgent crjsjras of them wanting--a leaden-,
cy to heftkrirrhage. i ' i
Dr. AshbeljSinith, of Paris, snys, I have i Tiy
selfraado;Tiiaayatttwr"es. In the -body, which
was cold a niarblo whrl animated hy h i ?v
mortal spirit, there is, after deaL1!. a i:?-
ment of heat that dinus a genial wartnta 1-2 cr .
labours after tbe extinction flif?. Dissoctbn ?
discovers ! many' of the elfect af the disexse, bur ?
as usual leases a great deal unftrwn- ,Thees-
segtial arJ invariable symptom isthc rh&n'r i
of the system of its flajds, by meins of Cms mu-1 i
cas membrine of the alimentary caaal-fwitnout U
some of theu9ual iuwl imfMtant phen-&eaa cf
mfiammatioo. In raaoy f th ver: cas-i, -there
is a pain from great preswre - in ak! -
men, Alvmeidacharges are dsaaliy attended with j
iio pain 'tehateverao tenesraus--;ilen jwithf
nai sensationii reentingiy,.;ims oms no: enaa-
rr4a a want of sensibility, f Tin other resp. c:-r
that of coidness of hilimtfor example,! the pa 1
tienttt sensible of. it in ther same manafr a . '
when m health. The tormenting thirst, hnvj
ver, while the rnoulh cool and moist h 1
dviubtlees Ian important connection with the pathj.
local state-" the stomach. U "f ;
iearnnc iifter deCadaveroas stifp;.
ness very great. Muscles,, very dry, as cf ah
animal Hid to death, rather dark, y Subsiartce cf
brain rmturali-aracenoid' raeTTihrane,,wiicvhat
injected, bcwistohally: innjtration beneath. . A ,
little fluid sometiries (bund in the ventricle; i
Lungs somd, dark, bloodyv injeciionfof their pos f "
teHor portion faiorat contain . a large quantity' of
black, coagulated blood., Peritoneum an J peati
niwil rfflt! r.f intfstines. Kound aad cry. Aliment
tary canal exteTpally. ; srnall intestines wc, col
ored i stomach and largo 4ntiirtiaa less so, or
qutte natural. Stomach contains usual!' frorii
half aDthftoa bint of fluid diflering in difiVrpnt
'ften with cadaverous ewhyriiGses4 i"inajl intes
tinjes'carrain a fluid varying in, JoTnd cpnsis-:
n'ifierertt individuaU and ia diflVrent,
natts-'of the same alimMitirjf tttsually.inore t
consistent' tlian -that found in thtf stomach. , It i
resemMcs" at times .dirtyl rice watery r tliiaj
t.W llid. bra ithra decoctioa of chocolte
or it is glahJly acd ffTSf S ?
srWOccasIci;anyjintr i -. Larg; i
inttiic.ouiian slightl-or not ff 'octed,,
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