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ICSSECTU S FOB
; R D I TED it V u 1-1 s ll u
: vUHhcfwIeWitir zeal andineiice set hipt
tfWBnilie flutters jiimself; thai
. i .t int.-r'ts I Ju:ntuTc.; Science, Politics,
I gTiclurian j' Commerce maV be - promoted jbt
Xftlila amh;tloii to nphoid,; au$ against jtite.'$f&
c nijesfif c$iJptiifcr cpcsa c?Iu44en,-b, vpll
I orc UiftitjiKxst jfvhp strcnj;tlu CVtidsra, witi
that tiblkV1iinM(RHLMit hii&ter ihe i proiier
Wirf&ist Oitillo idffebinj vrUici has been e frelj
Jwred -'if ajfaM thoiAJuisnisjiratisaJ and vij
i tftoSHth Energy its il4!c?iaeasqres.,
in iJfi.Tat?nl aljeptnfiaco inay have fcirjwa to
' frheIirjfrriw the excise cf the power,
cfaafcm MicrnklhirprmhtU by the gcneT
bnijtiicnti ; hjffbesi' degTre inexpediciiM
t3 ne:ica inav tpe ausinouuon oi large s;uui
i ut: wrak"ii jir union to ear
4?oirrr tendiiky oftuch If g.$Utiun j Agaiuii-
ia tUr-ff which has jbr its ol jf-ct, tho iustenn
: i&ifs inieimtifAme $wt n; of bar I Country at
.rt'l cxieiah';ller, the best energies of this paper
win wf opposea.
j tiws of civrd poity; and as such be combat
tI7R3?S. i ": f-:: III
TrE CiR6i.'i3f. Watchma-I Is ruhiished
! cvrry week at Tkrtt Jhliart pt r 3 er, lit advanco
; rierp the sidscribcrs live in Counties more than
rate handred laiki distant fara SsliisLuryj and tit
aiieascisLhre ta dsccuut is over one year stait
;:ihtffiSMlWi4'r'f- ". K. Hj;
;':6;sTrljVrt:wjll- be tkken fur loss than cafe
c yewr : 'Adyertisl! will he don at the ysiial rdt&i
j No subseriptioa wjll be witiidrawn uiitilla;reaia5
v ff are paid j unless the Editor. cIkkjscs.; . i
i 'lplt $eiibcspaykitbe whole, szm in ,ajd
V!jhee, an 'have the IViitelunan at 0,50 iorfohl.
jTiatklJf iautvaifced regu3ry, wilbbe ciatinii
cd Jt the sataentafteiwardi;. ' ' . ; i . f fj
I vAintter3;tb th Editor nxft bo -Tcsipcid t?ti
tby wiirnotte attended to. j I : :r
Peri)h3 addreclffia: the Ediior on the business
i IrfbjpHjflfe- witl addTrss bira as Editor of the
yolma rfl t ciflnh(4that wriie on oth
jcr wusinoss can tiireci ioii,.,yones -
j N. BJ. All lhe jKubscripi ions' taken before the
4 ccairQcncemtfiit ;of this Paper, it will tc; remctri-t
vtJbff'fdbjxrilJvon1 publication cftbe iirst
tjry &'Supcrior;Curfs, lie will
HiVHitthe nejR Superior iCoftrts M S ukes and Da-
! Vids.i'ti otddi-tijsfcttl& bis' hisir.rs in
4l5jtvtloors below tlielansiun Ii,te
t Jf jHouseatiely aoccupicdiy Sam l. Jones Ei
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! Cta'nia 4"nuin!)cr "cf not
itrs as Toilows:
. vu con
ris'i HTt Olllarris. and .IVftsHarrif?! fijn
j.uf 'INllaatccb Detcnfer; One
:-ompatt-4. ..ttd cernber,1830j fir
i,ntLmj Molars. Five ch Margaret Dbvi
. 11, for fifty .dollars each; One
f oaiJof;n.fMUccbkrN dared Dfcmber.'18Sa. fur
iCTlMiltQal 'oh ChaTlas - Glngles, dated
' PllSflr fifleen;.daiaTj-. . - H T
viPj v.hit-n 1 baVe not since heard of land
wlich 1 expect to gel renewed; All person are
ffiNfCN Mifeado for thH above iiaeritiinetS
Notes,. -as 1 1 havij not traded mv interest in
SI'CEEULAiC. ! '
IM imPiPi use. ,
f 8 0, announccsjto tbe puUtc genc-
JL; ally, and 1 her friend. antl in : th f.tmU r
rfrdtcf thiellolthat isbe wHl ba happy .to
-ri'rT-rtt .i,,,u uiav. lavor nerwiin mcir
feb!i4ssores them tbatier best efforts
&3UX9.use toreivder nlpssxnt tl.
tocrctnfJl with an nneasinT. fTNrt
Fplevsbo flatters herself that ihe will be able
I to jxende to all jbc most ample satisfaction. . .
td Thci Oflicc of t!e -Northprn Southrn
f nkly liinctbl Stagesalsd that of thb .Cher
w and Lthculit Lines, great the ; . ; - ;
PKSP1 Stok in thLscorn-
tlSfflif Mjbe Town fof Sal
WlF'tr V1 m-daughter, a
, aiMn iotel, andm remaSi open ni
V?2Dtii dav oAugustfeThV 4
tuinctoni tliatMlDOW) ituuM;, "
CHAAiBEHS,- . -
fieby CiBtts an4 tH? Presi4eiit, will pr0
; diiN1 jrafciifefc3f distrust and dispifpctioniaiid rwSl
;t.pf4b newly jmpr!nfated dfietrloe cf iNullifiqi
J ttii is onlyhecnlsar to say Uiat i all its phases
I nkl mutations H Is i-oiitrart to .GUri'mfjst sditbsd
; ; vu eon Air .ri.T..wiJsend am! Thoteas Nc'ph
furpno hundrtil Ut.llarrv date.l 20, November
1 I85f); Onei n Jamos Harris al EJam S. Fl-r-
iWiHIk table will bo snp
T'f1"1 5 tHsVtbat hu country afiotds,and
J-bet Baithjths choicest liquors. t r ?. ,
j ltbd niany advantages wlncnthis itani
- aiTon!3, torrdtbcTi with
U1-. ! . zr-litr ... Tint tTm' ' , J-''-!9-i.5 i '
I j 14,-Satnrda,cf tender, tjf 832
The ftllowinar dentlemcnl kn bblbje' mc by I
feting as Agents for the vVAtcMAw in the ser
rad CJpnnties, where, they 'lesiei! ndrwc?ipts
trt&e by theui would be as vaEJfaiif made T by
Full bUHKi (JyUXS A x.. .
Francis K: Armstrong fn !
1 CapM ohn' Wrigbti jr. fV-'
I Colj T. 'BJVright,! H i- - I;
! Peter Glinjmatn. 'If -j ! V '
! John r. Poindextcr, j'!
Isaac Gibson, Esq. j u ' if.;
!-: 1h WILKES 0!lTYr
filessrs. Finley &.BoucfiJU -
t ! BURKEcoro'ry;
-iRobktPcarson7Esq.ff'l5!fl ? :
hidney b. Erwm.v -"-g4 fit f
, Hardin, lV5qv if f i
: Robert Galloway, jr. EsfJ.j
Scales, Esn-ifl I l.i
; 1 BUNCOMBE,: j
.J,H.'Korwood,;EsqH"jj, j .
n , -j: - LINCOLN ;-
i "C'.id. ,Hender3Qn,'.Efeqi.j, ,
A. M. Btirtwn, Es. y ji
Dr,!J.D. B)yd; : !
F. L. Smith, Eql M M :
Miles B. Abernathv. k i t -
David Storkc, Kin. M ! ?f,
D. M. Barrmgcr. Esrj.!l !
Dr. J. A. MebanW H ' i ;!
: .ASHiir Hji;:u
Col,, A, Mitchell, i fi 1 i.fi.'i
Whitfield Kerr. JubephiPi Caldwell, Esn.
John P. Mahrv. ; i: . '
Reasonable coinmisSon LwiH "be; iaUdweit on men
i I HiiQ.JONES.
Salbbiry, Jnly 23, 1S32.
iCr"; At the request of rrtanyi; jrispectable genj-
ticmeii, we;announoe that a public: meetingr of tlie
frienu of Martin Van Buren lor; Vice President,
will be held at Salisbury, cn Friday 14tb of Sepi
tember, (uist:) to- taker. meast$rei selecting k
proper pc-rsdn;to be run fur this .electoral district
on the Jackson Ticket. All the 'real friends of
ithe Administration and the enemies of disunion.
arc earnestly requested' to attend ii '.
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Part o(a Speech delivered, byj Rf M. PcAsk
Isok at the:Apti-Taritrmeetliog beldin Salf
bury, on Tliursday 2 Jd of August, 1832. -U
Ma. (tiiAia'M'AW 1 ' (Ji;;1 ...
;M"V blject, in attending tbisl rjncetinr, wa3
have a fair and candid discussion of tlie qtio
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amd a clear; and deliberate exi
iression of the sc
?I was sovn, very srry to etc tbc dscu5sio
conducted with snch warmth,! passion and rau
tiijig, a? I have heard from tergcutleinan wht,
lat spoke, because it almost precludes a fair un
ddrstandingtof the question, , , s , . f!
(Having hadjhe honor f representing tlie fce
inpn of ihis c6unlyfor three years', ,: and ? having
rm-tvecl a renevar of their'jcbijfidence, I an?
placed before them as a public servant anafcel
itjq:Aut to myself and -to; -my ! constituents, t!
gjve them on this, occasion, afjull , aiid ckar ftex-5
pJcssi(H- of my Views and opinions! about 'thi
matfer. But in tlie first place, my '.! feiluw-citip
zens, 1 must rp:nark, that ; the fear I .have ibf
Jmpt was making fi
amonnst us, and to in
duce hd citizens ot North Care Una, if not cpcrU
ly to jouV with, at least to coijncance and 'abet
t!iorJNulliriersot South CaroJilkafJ hr ihoir urthaU
lowed attempt to dismqinbef, the Unfon, has froik
wbat I have seen and s heard j ibis Meeting
l)cn fillljr confirmcil : Gentlbmch nia j say pcace!
peace ! but tliere is no peace ! it h Ihe part ef a:
yis5 maa naymg eyes, io seci ajia Having ears ;
td hear-f it is tlie part cf a wrnari v-wben dan-
gcr approacnes ucv.Ki si quiey ana witn. Md
ed arms until it is upon him, but torouse himself--
to prepare Itf it u st .p it at th? threshhold: aud
feilowciti2ens, ' I pray you by our common coun-r
tfypy L?tir common lntoreslyettjTy tie that binds
us together to look w!ih l6p ifeyeg upon what
ybu haeSslthU''day'torflei;jr.:'ilrolT upon
" i..v.M3 i3 ub ectia ui u.iswiiHJU nnu D uni
fication 'I nip the . poisonous '.pbint -1 m the vcrv
Look at; the Stats of Soutlj Carolina, hew was
N9lbficaicn introduced among j the rnijvniidcd
and infatuated people of that! State ? Did the
advocate of tho doctrine at itnel commencement.
j blazon forth to the people that fthert tbject" was
Lto force a reduction of the TkruT cf toissolve
the Umon, no-W hen caTmiand dnexcited. the
people ofj- that State wuild ha revolted at the
dea of di8unionr as . vou xevilt and shudder at
the bare mention of it ttpptmuc) - it was rieccs
spij 10 prepare, inommas ct; tne . people
to excite fmd inflame them JtoJimake ther4"be-'
uc v wiaiuiey were merauy grAuna to tne very
)u$t by uofeeling" and! oprIfeH majority';
this was fleeted by newspaptnidications; by
get: jng up public meetings, and idelivVring In
fiamatofyiddresscs,"'sucb as you S have heard to
day; and kra'j&i bad .b$e dethroned, and
thg passTons wroogbt up toeS4tighe'point of
cxcitcmcnt--the Tplef : wrc told that there'
was no hope of redress, .thatjj remchstraace tapon
rbmon&trance1 had bcvmade!tb thisnhfetiinjT
oppressiTB iniyoniy ana naa peep jspurnea oy 1
lthdy were aked Uf I as! freemen they I
sunxm 1 iu sucn orprcsswrn r .ana men
' - a a 1 - ! 1 ;
eately the attempt madhcre (s i'inore buld and
You have j been told to-day
Of Rowan was taxed ! in the -4 way
they, weref told tb only alternative was to nulli
fy, and to dissolve theUnb4i lf uch has been the
mode of proceedicsrs in South" Carolma-fortui
Tatiif dutie3to the amount cfl $To,o66 Wyeafjl
n t to sepport the GoTernment. but tp; nr;cb a
few manufactures at the' North yon have "been
told to-day, that1 the. people j qf this State t are
ground to the rery dust by our bpprl-ssi re 'rna jori-.
ty, taat your fathere;rcfosed a submit to 14 : op
preesiorr of King Gebrge, and asked, if you; their
children -will submit to the bppressioh of King
majoHtbu itt-iBdill j Jyc ask-jo tiffi
nou) si to exercisie a jciiitotiofuir tigbt'and ; j re '
nL;aistrato to v Cooglre itltdat ltltiopi' 's(' i
ed I then as freemen, re slnill.be called" upon to
say;"wbat rwe wjnrda?: -It Jfwasl eiudj in tlie
same breath, that Congress haS KJfusHiine a'lj
ter time to concede, that there 19 BpDe bjTcir
liatitf nfsoi why !J reffiowr
sent a petition, if there'-?e ltf 1 Kdpe'liof lueing
heahi ? ? ,Vhy all" this I ;mockr !2 JVy ;oot
aslrat or.ee,' xill the peoplejput up with' things
as theyjarc dr. dissolve y tlie Unlcn fy were
told-ouir Jpoor brothers f Soudhl Carina Uar
su3ering4-we wish to t up jjhefel meiojaI$
to' let tbent see ve feel for tlijeib; to pour op 1 jipf
i their SroaadsJ-eHoY q'ajri
administcrih ctHnfbrtiaud jworing pil upo their
wounds, will they not say, 1 you ' are oppressed as
much as re.are,;you 'are a3 ImucH daseased as we
are -come join us, ana :we wm ri
gricvences! fc' Fouf oUnpbitbo;if;biiBds I.ofbuf
poorsunenng brothers!" iat,uoes that mean
Congrsssl has" just .tdjoarneo!y iei''miein1)erf
South Carolina have gorie boine, after voting a-s
gairit a reduction of the Tarifft tlie amjtmt of
cf four millioin as some say, kit to the anitiunt of
ten million as 1 say, althbughlttjliey conead ! jia
the nithcrn States hear thq bule burfhen.of
the Tanff, Yes sir, baVen hojneHwithlthtl
atovvpd-purpose of dissoryinj tlie Viuim, iand
mv word for it, if South Carolina receives r anv
encouragement from this Stats, she wlIJ plunge J
tne country into am me; norrors ot civ u War
Shall wc stand at her back, give bcr h-wink
and saf cuf away ? fs this ft iwurmj 'oil upori
I the wounis ?" If this is not tlie objhit of tlioisQ
rcsciuf ions, why refase to addV resolution inl fa4
vvr of the 'Union and bpposed i to "Nullification ?
This would be saying toSoutb "Carolina, we aVe
m lavor (.f reducing the tanffibu
ff but w Uiink you
foyjiiin ivthfyou we.
don t mean to dissolve the Uliion ? Fe!Lw-cit-
or.are vvu wiLir.gto dissolve tho Union ? That is
the qaWion JMr Fisher ha told you!, you must
bear the oppression you now lablir, under, a.pt
the '.mjtulacturirig s):stem, or jdissolve the Unjkni
As tothc inanuficturingsystjein; you have hot
heard, of that since ihe report ' of that 'gentleman
in 1823 -then the alternative is, stay as we arc
with the hepe of procuring; a .", reduction of the
Tariff or dissolve tiie Union. I y Is ,
I-Iave. you seriously refle(jteJ. jupon;-;tho coriso
queneesof a dissoiution of the jt!niou:J Can that
gehiJc.nan, heated as iiejs, reflect upon theq
witluait a shuvlder ? I will say nothing about the
blessings of the happy Government we have en
j jyed ftir itpwairds of fil'vy-six years-Unothing a
bout the veiienuion we owe td'ftbn fne instttu-i
tlons wc received from the fathers of the re vol u
tiontnd the duty Ve sliould ftiel to hand doWn
peaccaldy seficrad frouiilui reii, and set; nplibr
ihemselves in the name of oornm in sens?, if
King inajority oppresses-ns so igrievonslv as it js
said we are oppressed when bound tjietiier by a
common consriumon and sfovernment -hi
much mere would they oppress 'us' when these
ties are severed i? ilow hoil would itberbr
fore we sho?iJ be engaged in ; an 'unequal vvar ?
and h Jw soon would we be overcomd1 and erush-
ed ? Let us then, resist at tbjdj unspt every at
teinpt a Nullliication--let us rbfuse to wink at
luuth Larolina lot ns stand up for our interest
our government and our country I jji
Here on.Jttr. Pearson's being' cheered, by Jhe
methtgUic party aarenc id him flcio into a
passicn, and tt scdic tf ccrtfushii etisued ichich
prevented him from going on any further.
To-ihe 'Edilcr cflthe CanoKnd IVotblman;
it is with jnuch reluctance f aprtcar before the
public-: my habits and occupation in- life are cp
posecK'to it.., Int in looking over ;3eUr rarer of
the lit Inst., I there saw a publicatipri or certifi
cate signet!, Alexander 'iidAtFiUivm
Chamhfrsftxvo of the Inspectoi of lithe eiection,
lipid. 1tv Kalil.hrv An fhh!i I t-iwiU
1 t ..!. .... . . : . . . ! J
me in the estimation of triy friends and. acauainr-
a nces, because-1 did not think ;ptcp to act with
ino insreciors. ana ineir jrienas on mat nr
Under sueh circumstances, I deem it a dutv I
owe myself my lrleads&ndtKhe puic,'; to state
pome of tbc f.icts that -oecurretl at ! the ! Court
Hbus?, oh the -day of jthe-ciectipb, and then
leave tliem to jutlge iwhethfer jbr !tii these two
btsj'crtors of election JUekandfrJLtn and Iffitr
Z:C&7hfcer,Vcrejdstified in (the attempt' to
witlibojdfrom me, those blessings our Cbnstti?
tution, tbe privileges, the boast j and pride of
evpry American Freeman, that invaluable bless
ing, cf pot onlyjroting, jbiit ;aso Voting for the
man of his choice. . "It is; kndwh to my felldwt
citizens; that I have for several carsj done! busi
ness for the late respectable House cf Kyles and
Meenan; in Salisbury ;, "Air. Daniel ;Mee.nan,' the
acting partner, having determined to' move from
miauiic, luuuu' ii uecisa rv r w aacpt some plan
of 1 S3 1, to trr and sell them as soon as tv5W
-for the want cf some other person to carry this
plan ifto effect, he requHstecl jipej j to- dop"; and
heme? " Accordingly J wcnt -to StatpstrHn. inA
rented a bouse by the mcnA, which,- is a suffii
cient proof that I hadjid weabf j mping States
ville a permanent rcsidaice, but that II consider
ed Sabsbury myoin 'tf for w)dle In Btatesvillei
my employer paid my nuMicf iaies HekUn AL
eredmy taxes for 1$32 f whichMbaye the rc
ui!ns.sl.i ' ;IT.l i I : t
ic pills, with the
On .tehderhW m-r
didates ftsr'tho Bbroniiose i ahdldlrectcd the
inspartora nottorcctive my Tpie ;! illfedging that
it w-as illegal, although I had sworn- to tho fac
that L considered Salisbury my kom& ; " fcrt twelve
montbs previous to the. election, ' and paid; public
faxes. In addition io the?e ; fects laTgent&man
of lush-standing Twished to cbrrlborato mv ktan
ment befcre the Sberiff. and insrJeeto tmA
izrns, this is the language avI should speak, urn
1 we are prepared f .r civil waj .'--Are you
willing to put up-with thmosaa tbev how f are;
to our children the birthright we eot from our fa
tnera ; 1 as.c you tosee now it Will efjeci vourin.
tercsi. suppose i.Miror live states an the South
uave iiu.gi j rjpr.toiuircc, ce my name, ,t,r
what purpose 1 airifet -ajoss itb' - know, unless
they wished to wound mv ?et jbibi"and ! iniure
. in.m ti his much w, vuoua, ias?r; juian no coUId
do, by his regular isalestjn Salishtiiyj He ici
cerdingly determined tq feake! kipa tsmall assrt
mcnt, and send tbea) to StatcsVilloin iHa S
i throw additional light if tiossible cri!thi snbiecL!
1 ruufc n mcvruieu liuui soGom? DVtner mterler- i
a - utv ui kuu ixiexanuexjwnpse opinion was sustain In
ATI f r. I I J 1 . .. - - 1
PlPy i t' c said inlpectoraJLundr and Chambers'.
coniraxy to thif duty, and the respect ""due to
the independent freemen of. this County; and al
so contrary to he cpinionlufi the pfcsidii olil
cejylie High jSKerffr, and the rernaiaing jif spec
ton j J n tliiend hdwETefi jfei v Vpt as nelei vcd.
and put into the Bcbc as I ydorstoody thl coa-
of th inpc&rs ; - ,fter Mr. Cfeige's
ty WfscCTfiined tl.tejfonljf fmythen
thywisbted to take it but Igainl ;;oiti6jb bo
Pade by tho eriff topuchj ah-lnded
measure, those imiira-tial irtsneetnrsLI i 1 1
andMr. Cl!rsIthoug!if proppT co:ae outl
- un a ccrimcue uraggmgfniy jiamfe befjre the
P'HI iA 'A I'ifpto-'Aj CADE. .
stir.--. : J -f it-- - - -j ,. 1- t -a . ;
Ifiu JoihilV-s Airi lJohn AJ Ca4e has
tousraf proper to brlnor th
XM JOithe Bopniglelection ! before Ithe public,
and Ihas fur. area , bestM knownlto . bfenself;
bradlyinsina4ted that w acted bartially-ih
which dpvolvdd up6n us as llnspectors oftlio e-
j-v?ijrf - u juibruB 'oj wnax istiue no ourf elves,
compels us to tate publicly ithe (acts! relative to
thi$i3tter.. Ve aver then the .facts to bd, from
mfrmat!on, ofthn truth of which we lye no
douht, that Mf Cade left off boarding jn the
Tojvn of Salisbury to go totStalesvllie, ill Ire
del;crant, oii'ih d.off March,riS3l and
thafhe lived in the- latter placo until thev I9th
of Noycinbcr o the same year, as period ofinearly
tjight months, dwelhngln-alftoust?, rlnted as lie
sayl by the pionti, anil'lirrfin'gfon thf btisi-'
ttes cf Merchandizmg, under the eniployrjient of
Kylcs and Mqeaanf-that he did: nit return to
resKle in Salisiurv until after the death of Mr.
Meenan, whenj it bctauie necessary for him as
thejelder clerkjiii thja employment ofj the firm, to
tak charge ofithe Jftore in the latter place, the
qthr jwrtnerspivin: in parts of the 1 counrry r
mote fn, m theiice. We haye no dou!t thnt Air.
Cade, while living m Statesville, tol wjtiktthe
August election for S31, apjKared at the -rV;1U.
andvoted for mchibfrs to the Generai Assembly
df Ifedell county. As the militia! laws require the
enrolment of all residents 'after thirty dajja we
appebend, altlioogft it is menttdned as a jrnatter
of ;dpinkm,thalt Mrl Cade ln-asf enrolled on the
muster list of Iredell county.
; Vhn Mr. tado- tendered his vote,"it Was ob
jected to. as illpgat by one of the candidbtes.
Wf had been app)i tiled by j the County (Court,
and: had been feworrfas two cf the . Inspectors of
;th9elt!etion,tIat wc wouid superintend and
cnuct it impartially and fa) rlv agreeably to the
conltitution ajid' laWs cf theStatcj Ffom the
appointment, we believed that the unplcaiant du-
v 01 weiomg ppon me quauncation otf voters
was imposed upon the Inspectors ; and although
Mrl Cade did $wea4as 'he states in his publica-
nuinuii 11c vy uuusiiuereo; oa:ispury nip Qmyy
boine for twelve mr?nlhs previfcs to the election,
to wit, the 9tji of jAugnstf (iastanf.) jk'et we
considered his' base upon tho facts, fas yell as
those stafd by a's those which wp believed ex
isthd, and whili had come to car knowledge, re
s' ding as we do in the Town and -B4roudh, Air.
Caae's oath w'asasito-a matter iof Opinion ; and
facts are too stubborn to be overturned by jnpinion.
As we bad to decide agreeably to kheeoostitu-
! tion and the law3, we had j examined them as
cojjerns this cfiso is, in the'ibilawln'g worda, to
wit AHVrfccmfi who "have beeri ihlj'abitants
cf any such town 1-2 months, next before !Sc at the
day xif electicn &c. shall beentited to voto." The
important question ivas, whether Air. Cade had
been an inhabitant f Salisbury tvlelve months
next before, arid at the day of election laiit. We
have examine our DIctionaTJes as t4the meaning
of the word IfVe find that Doctorf John3on, an
author of the highest authority, defines i
ifihabitant, to be a Dweller, one Who
resides at a plaice." 1 It appeared that JV
dwelled. livelf and resided in a house, liented by
lost, that he hid vcled in Iredell athe
of 1831. HjSjparcnts. we are informc
111111:111 UlllVCS f 11113, 1IU11I lUdlCU lUUUI iJ
liied, live in.
Pennsylvania! he caine to this country Hs a clerk
in the Store above inentioned. and I con!
business until ;the ifissolution of thejfinti,
e would here end our statement;! were it
not that Mr. (ade has seen fit in; his piece to
say as f ?llows,to wit : "In the chd, however,
my vote was rcceivexl, and put into ihe box, asI
Ulirlasvcf anI Kt llir nonrtt- rf tViot !ntrAfnro
but afje'r Mr. Craig's, majority was asi
l to be aily ojid thcti thty wished t4 takb it out
aiain.' rsowi this statemcut. so lar as we are
concerned in it. at intended to imply Miat we
consented for it to le put in as a legal yote--we
positively deny to be true. W e did not consent
that bia vote th&uld be received and put into the
ba -lot box as a logal Vkte. So for frpm it, that we
bSjre.icd and protested againet it. It is! not true
th.T? after Crarge's'majority was ascertained to be
j only or.'?,'thatWelyihcd to take it out again; and
the Sheriff himS'-lf when called upon, iadmittcd
that, lie naa najKnowjecge ot any sueu prcpo9U!i
biug made by any person . As to the three votes
rejected by' usltwo of thetn the Sheriff
his picket at the time they, were tendered and
kept them se'ral hours, they being opep ballots.
Mr. Cade appeared the second time! and tendered
Shis yote, remarking at buth times, that '.10! person
;khew who be asgoti to vote. lor,f upqn 1 w
ItHvas remarked by one or bbth of bs, that
bared net how 'was going to vote wje wished
ltd dt'eide it fairly. lAfter this Mn Cade a vote was
takeli by tlie Sberiff, and tosrether w ith; the oth
two wTiS rfut in!(o the ballot boxi. Wlan thei Sher-
an had determmed mat nejWouia receive anu
put them Into ihe box, saying! that he cjjnsidered
himself as thabnly Kjspiisible pierson, iwe eon-
nted that thy flirgjit be puint, but hat they
isriildnotbe counled aslegafTofes byits.1 - . Z
Asto the msmuauoh cinartialitv. We koAr.K we
trust others will perceive that jtis false. Wc hope
to be excused for troubling them with tbis matter
.& shaU not tat them aain by taking ahy furtiitir
notice of Mr Cade. t ! i - '
V. CHAMllilBS. -
j; - The WilUam Byrnes brings iLondoii papers; a
day or, two later, frum which the fuUowjing items
pre iaken,.!. -f j ; T ! : 1 .'
j:f To Spectator for the evening df June 30th i
l?68?!01 ,ffSii- Walter
ScOtt, he has ccasionalb taken mere J nourisb
iment than previously, and hascdnsajuently been
somewhat strencibened by iti butllhera is no
change in the syptumsi of his disease thai Iead3 j
xo me siiguiesi nope 01 nis recovery. J ouca is
the opinion ofjhis medicaid attendants. Hisre-j
cognition 01 ii persons around nun 13 ancenom
Wmterronted iland he4 & ,;redncedl both in
mind and body$ to a state of utter belpiessness.
to a state of utter helplessness.
.tioijth idease hi great spirit
such a condt
; It is not expected that any busines of rmoment
wil) be j done in Parliament ; "after passtaV tho
Scotch and 'Irishref.rm'IIIIs: Wefirtd liTai" in
all parts tf the kingdoms, ksmdMates fir the now
Parliament kre coming forward whb ; addresses
to. tne Electors Theiapprbacbinjr election Avili
be It'Tcry animated 'voezt'Ai
- - . ' - - -
f :r, Robinson TiaigiTcri noticc'of a tnotion for
thef repeal tof the Septennial , Jlct, ' in the next
ParlamiintJ if he be therb to BeeX '
It appimra (ruin a statcmenti inade by Mr.
P iThompsjon; on the29tli,? in'titis house of Com-,
inohs, that there 5 not a crtatirvpvtlmispoct1
of i daUv rnail jbetwrcaljondoa and 4aris. ;
- iTlie Scotch rc&n'bQI re'trdrlimo
and passed, in the bouse bT Commnn3i fon Wed
nesday,;andon thc jbllowibg day carried up to
the house of Lards Jt was readlafirst time
fiSfd ibifMdaday; (2d July) -The IrlsH bill was
fur-arded in a committee on Fndavziiaht;itr,
luiric vu x uKiay, una xne second reauini? was
meetin? of the
of Westminister tod; nlace at the
inc'nor , Yaverni Fndayj Sir Fran-
method Lf expressing the public satisfaction on
, ns -vnairi 10 cunsiacr loe . dosi
tne great victory achieved 6v the nassiu!? of the
reibrai bjlls; . When after umejdus suggestions; h
11 . was uccwed by a laigoh'majTjrityiiat theia
should btafend illumination, on! the Curtb day
alter the llal Assent should beigivea to the
English; Sejoib and IriA retbrm bills, i provided
Suiiday Hid nut interfere. : I ; ! I i
Rfj'cings are siill going; forwari inilditTerent
parts of the country to celebrate the passing tf
the -reform WiL In the city ef Salisbury, on 'lw
eiay and Wedntsday, tboto were 'illotnihatiuns
aud processions lhree thousand persons dined
.togethetj uvihe Market place, with the Mayor in
the chaijfj and 7,CC0 more(were regaled at theur
own IiMises. " " "J i '
An adrlrcss to the Duke of Wellington on the
attack made up-iti him in l&ecityVwas . agreed to
at a meeting of merchants arjd bankers, on 1 Friday,
ana a cominniee was appointed tor wait upon his
Gra6e and present the address. . . ?
f Amonji the reguLrfloni of. the inns of Court,
is one that in luture no petson, who has been
engaged as a rr p-rter for tbie public press, shall
future no person, who has been j
oe called to tlie har! Sir 1 James Mackintosh,
nt Suankie.Mr.CamDbell.Mr. P. Tb tn-in
law-of Sir James, Scarlett,! iMr Bose, Judge of
tlie new! Bankruptcy. Mr, Downing, Chief Jus
tice of New South Wales, Mr. Jefcott, 'Chief Ju
tice of Sterr Leone, w ho bad meraculously re
turned alive to England, antl seVeral men now
eminent! at ihe bar, were jail furmerty re)ir
ters and, connected with'thd public press. .
; Grand entertahimcnt to their Majesties.- On
the 26th June, ,in honur to his Majesties acces
sion, t!i4 Duke of Wellington gave one f the
most splcdsj entertainments' to the Royal Family
ever witnessed. At 11 oUckj his: Majesty
and the'various branches of tke Rova Family
arrived. The cartage consisted ( of twelve car
riages. ; At the supp:r tabje bis! Majesty was
seated on the left hand of I the Duke and the
Queen upon his right. Th$ Duklo of. Cumber
land took his seat next tie Queen, and the
Jutcha of Gloucester next tho Kingr Nearly
seven hundred jrf" the nobility and the gentry were
present, including the wh'fle of his Majesty 's
Ministers, as well as the foreign; Ambassaders.
and several Mother foreigners of dbiinction. Their
majesties did not depart until half-past three
o cljck, being the latest hour the King and Queen
ever remained at any place, j I j
We are glad to hear, (says the Liverpool
Albjon of the 2 duly,) that notwithstanding the
cholera; trade is brisk. Thb sales of cotton have
been extensive, and tne produce 1 mar tee t gener?
ally haye bee,.i active. The; exports of merchan
dize is considerable, particularly to the United.
Slates, ! " I-
jp Manchester. Tlie cholera still continues to
make progress in this towh and, the board of
health have at length camei to the resolution of
reporting to the general boajrd in London the
Cases that have occurred her. Upto June 27th
the number of cases had lx;en 29,(an3.Lf deaths
-24, In addition to which, ( there! were, cu the
29th three new cases and twjo deaths Cuurdti
- Bell's messenger states, bn private S mfLrma-
tion from Paris, that Dubin has coirsenlcd to
accept ihe Presidency of Council, cn certain. c on
dition?, which it 'is 'expected wiil ! be conceded.
Marshal &jult, the minister of war, and general
Sebastianni, the minister of foreign 'affairs, will
rfcmaih in office,' Montahvet will probably return
me prttJlio of the mtenor.
'l'jiere is a rumour again prevailing rather ex
tensively, that the king of 'Holland is about to
lay aside the kingly dignity, and take the title
oi Stadtiiolder, under which his ancestors so loni
governed Holland. The title cf kirig w as assu
med by his "father in 1813. !The resumption of
the old republican form of gyternment would lead
to a large reduction m the
iry,and might ennuencinno small degree thVf"
nations aruunC Holland
fori there Is rnocb in a
political name. It is probable, however, that the
prvjecf Wai threatenebT with, a view merely cf
mffuenc(rig the Potocol Powirs, who have been
very obdurate in resisting King William's . do
mands. ' ; :
j A new protocol is said to hkve been lately sign
ed by-the London Confereece, relating to the
affairs of Greece, which contai ns 4he . tJ ioiv nig
clauses:! That prince OlriO,; appointed -king 01
Greece, ehall proceed to his ; state3 oecorted by 4
jj,yuu uayanan troops, who are to remain in the
o&ntfy4 rThe kree pweri whicJi bae sign
ed the protocol will -secure to! him a loan' of two
bullion of francs. If Pnice Otliop-'King of
Greece, should die without issne, tbeLcrown
eliall not pass to the surviving fcmfly.ofiJJayaria,
but a new King shall ba chosen by ;the three pow-1
1 '.'Russia has now at seatwelye sail of tHe
Uoei' The great fleet, of thirty sail, is at ' Cron-
stadt. ' r ' ' ;" . I ' s '
EXTRACTS 1 v
From English papers, received at the Gazette
vir--: I J-.. .... MoMv:..:u:ii-d-u
(The So of SUcsiuii tKETAt recent
meeting' cf the Birmingham: FobIcal "Un!bn;.a
letter from the PrincePrice de ' la Moskowa, fiun
of Aiarsbal Key, to the Chrinan was jcad to
ihj Asscinbry, The Princleap'resscd h grat
itude to ithe Union! ' fur the ionin ion set forth i"
thir solemn dcclaraticn 'On the pubhc conduct o fj
the Lmite of t Weilrogton The maa7 ne
says, ' who, to gratify a Llc)o4-thirsty
(against him who always fought acourdiDg,to the
noblest laws "of warfare could refuse to save ray
father, when it lay m hb power, : from h mdr
dcrers, must bo onworthy of; !jt confidence of
everv ernerjcs peonle.' It was mored that the
cxpecTea inattiotu these bills -iy bo earned
a cbncheion; abviut tho 12tb of Jutyr :
I letter 'should be entered upon the records of the in four days, witii only 5 recovenes, Jn imtot,, f llifo
"iui4'd tbiia sarer otirith the iijJdjSd,-M:9i9Wcs9i99 M $9 detih.;-!' Cprlt
letter should be entered upon the records of the
vnter 5 4lso that he cfcctM a' Z
Liruunghaui. PohticaLUuian. -.-..ii ffl V
erminatLaJo raiw Mr. Alexaader Baring inl
araxseiMr, lcxaSier Uann tf fiitJ
P'l r.J tlernanls todlflerencAJS 41
ration is well inown; butUhereai iWiH
ily inthe-casc lrj;te.citna24
as.Mr, Barfi.g by whose L mnti tbebO
t-d creation f Prrei twiTi. .j.r Ttttv
M UZ 'r m PQflftl.l B IaII. 'ilin.li?K'-".W Ui f .
i -r rim. M iiiuiur u. . t t r . - .. :
. . .. , . -nr 7 uuwa dot- s
fi'Vto bo founded heire. JlMf'.
thracfold Ject; UeaSK
t vjmacbablo conduct with a kirai of fiftyf flaHns
wan out fit; tho ruraishin niab,!!?
ty of tcacner -and ktftly, the. protidiivr a ! Ky of
IV4I liiu'aiures'oi an
preaticeship and the reqtthe outfit i 'if t 1
lirVTi " V"6 tnemericarit.
tiement of Libera, and net .iicriu -ul--
urn a frvm ik tint I . . , l,tr. t
tholast. , , -
which reeent'v rnrAA ;n u : iii.'?r"t
Uouse of Corn:nori5, ba Polish ii.lUirsj j niuJ
which we have this morning tWiJtklke
laying before our readers. It is i:nioteiblb
tOj read the detail of the coldbloojo I barbv
itt inflicted tipbn thc galhntlina'nfw-.
Umte Poles tiiosc? ttkeit with! trlLt
In Hieir hands alona, but helpless wo.t
ind . children likewise witho.it abhorrii
the infamous tynat who wields tho s in irou
Tins Debate, however h not i intrp?tfnj
only on account of thi5 aTithentic anecddlc
with whicli it is interspersed ofth! Mruel
punishments indicted upon the iinfortnn
.rplanders by th?- Emperor of Russia; b it
also because oi the bold
his tyrannical condii"L and .
ithcts personally applied to the miWait
conqueror." ; It shows t!i if the; 'plo
are indeed beginning to roeive that KIv.m
are out men at last ma tint sornn Of tIi;A j
are hardly. worthy pf th it ipjifillkionl I Tho. !
time has been, when s'irh epithet tvoild i
ha-e kindled a flame of war which ' ocekni 'J
of blood wonld hive brcnreqmsitb. to
extinguish-Bonamrtd m-rdc it anniis diuo !i
I of complaint, daring tbc short pifac ot I
Amiens, tint his character & fcjejitvcrpMI
not sufficiently.', respected by Ihoi jifithn j
press ; and ihe freedom of lis comment
vyasin all probability, one of the notlleist 1
efficient crises in exciting tHp tvarlhtcli 1
for so many years made tlie wholes Cctatin- 1
ent of Europe a great chiarriql house Rr tho .
shin in battle. But nowy not only th-J jvess,
but British-IegisIatorsV df notinccf in jiihrne
sured language, the powerful . Sovereign
of the warlike and stormy North us
a a miscreant conqueror, 0 hce enmities
.words-are too feeble to tleict .omp ir- I
mghim to AtLluthe jw! f-ehtit led tt s toll rg !
of God" the Herod like murderer bf in !
fants the tyrannical oppressor ofJrjirt jrj
chains and exile the hecitiesd persecutor '
of helpless and unoffending y. omen jf j 5tot
truly did the eelebr.-ted Irish I orafori'-U
Shiel, excaitn, Oh tiiou art I worsa thin
words can give thee out !" ! : J j
; Wc are glad to prccnive, too thit tho
aflair is not to rvaiorate ih: empty dectnai-
r.tion 1 tie nntisn government has sentj
Lord Durham (son-in-law of Eirl Grv,
and a spirited andvtajented gcntie:Tt'?n.to
interfere ia-beh ilf of the Poles arid to de
mand tlie fulfilment of the treaty of Vienna
nif.de .though it was byfca band j of jrobbcrs'
and partners in gilt, as the - regress of?
crowned heads tint stt at tint place, oii tho
dethronement of Nupob an is correctly do-
signaiea oy Mr- u 4on.neii. liat ';otrso-w
the goyejnment of., St. PcterslrqhVill j'
slopt, would not be for w moment question
tai)ie. it it nau tne means 01 war at
tmand. Money is tl)o grfat lever which
t moves and maintains armiese acd ti.is.
Nicholas has not, and csnni4 obtain. sEn.
I glish subsidies kept hi3 .brotJicrjin the ftld
when the iron-heel of IiistCossicks,,r;ran
? F-?"" t h , T
f"1 .WB,BU "u MJ1J. "urTT ujo
it . Ta 1 I . a. a... a -1 ' ' .
three Powers which con?tit:.te the! inf iin-
the Dukecf?Saxe-CiJbnV bSkrtOlffi', I', It
oiis league against ; tho iecdom of riatian4 tj ft-'-i
cah maintain a suilicicnt Ibrce in the ) Held
long enough to ertect their base . designs; v I K
The' Citizen Kin' of France-did noti
wholly escape in this dehite. It would f
hive been unjust tdhis singrilarragrit, if ho h
ntu not oeen notteed 1 A.trntor to tlie eviso - ffi ;p.
wliich, at the'IIotel Us .ViUe" he pledged rj
hrmscif to snpx'brt,wJiis Oownfsll would be f
hiiled with e ven .more joy than his ascsn- r !
sion to the throne.
SIX DAYS LATER FROM EUROPfi.
L Br tbs shin Si'efHeld. Cant. IfackstalT,
have Tecrivra London rar1 to July th inefni
sie, and Liverpool and Manchestser to the j Tth C:
instant.' - " ' ' . r - . i:J b' ::'
' The News is ijot of vast ! importance, Th
'sige" of Paris-has been 'oUscoot na.W," i i all !
the procealings bf the Courts-"Martial dearel t
illpgat! by th? Court of Q assattoa, ; ''Wtesrs
Chateaubriand, Fttzjames, lud-IIyde do ?i.u-i j
riller have been . lilerated. N-thm had;. teen f
heard from Don Pedro's SiUatiron. -L li
f l ne spin 01 emnusiasm mi ocnau 01 JcwJia
which was lit up in the Britisli i House .f iom
mons on the 29th June is becouiiii ' general ibro'1
out the kingdom.
Thfl I .tw.!fr mnttntifid in LJTermrfil. aa at I5rt s. f i
Ulu; w qui iic 1 WU9 au . 110 - hu-a, i. . j .a , .
u i. J. ' ilnfi nif fire OIV .l.TM f " f i
lie n L9r-3 ijti uajr, vihl, . m . i
12 to 21. - At Vork and Hull Ibeliseaso .ini ii W
the increase? -'Af'Eildnbnishfit had bioJieri-ect j I
ml a ' .. - ' - 4V '! - 1 4 b .1 . 1 'J
i uit, varied irora 1 w 4 ana -oi aeams i.Tim
afrbsh, there being 50 qew,'ptA4.;i.-wW'
in fwr days.
! ; J- iS r: m .ill 1 1 .". :t
' hi- L-,'. - V:. ;, :U'Mr'T'- V,..-. ..I! 1-:.-,lffiMl
1 ' : 1 h - 3 I 1 i 1 1 1 i .-.- - . 1 11 - . . i s ! 1 .ii V
. 1' :;: