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flood hlrviid dilated wf ih ef efj thing
il the shapo of gaiety. Sbej leant back to
bet cbairj and closed her ey effort jiecond ;
ob opening theta sbe-saw 1 pair of dark
res fixed with more than co1nmohjearnest:
1X33 on Iier face. It was Urd 8tj Clyde
ithoso wild jejes coold onfyjbelonjj to him.
vfbat possessed Florence at jihaf foment ?
did jiot bow-she did frt sile, she
. nf erely pent forward 'and whispered the
- fjord oil depirtaie to faerf ffiaperfn, i and
den winding her cacheracf4 ronM her,
'she placed her arrn within th4 oSirPerf
Vl HnrviJ nd left! the bOX. ! 1 1 .fe I ! r ' "
J The deatlmornins Florence was really
iwell. IShe said 'not at hm$ wry
began to tune ner iarp4 airing
alter suing gave jway as su 5, i. m.- rr,
(jke me, pdor harp,' she airbed, lyou aie
sinking, spoiling from neglectP -;)"',
f Suddenly tbe coor opened and a visiter
wis announced. , l j j . -
Not ai hoine,! cried Florence hastily.
!Pardob: me, for once J dsobeyyr said ia.
tf ice aid Lord St. Clyde! Inifcrd. He
continue jl: I have intruded confess, but
1ts only for ja moment. ! come, liss Ne
ville, to wistj youi-Lto bid joij 4 IPPg per -.haps
!ast"farew4H!V- l. ly-.K v '.
(FareW'ellfV safd Flprence roprjtogj her
hlro kevl this resolution hai. been ; sudden-
ijl taken,fhas itdot?'. u . ijf--i-sj: '
, j No,' feplied the Earl, I am ; going to
seek in Hall the happiness which: ts denied
ine here.? j .- r ! " f f nh '
Ualjfliexclaimed Florence, ttirping -her
ejres likb melting apphire J011! the JJarl,
i'dear bright'sunnyjlalyl ray f n fjr land!
I Ii it Jours, Miss Neville!f tairJ Clyde
r eagerly. I ; . ! - ; - " V ;
: I f Yes, ny Lor; Floreneeiwas njy birth
place and py home for Jjburtce i happy
yars.' f :.': ' I i i I - : j
j lyjrd t. plydepausedn)tjing isso aw
. kward s a pause in a fe-aiefe;h s felt this,
slid quidklyj rousing himself be said hastily,
I 1 will pot interrupt y bu an louger.
Farewell, oerhabs we mav riieet affain.'
1 a, j. t i '
I 'Perhaps I we maygood pjpf sid Flor
ence, extending her hand;, it wag slightly
. Iessed.laad she' was alone.! For a! moaient
she leltj ,a' if the past' wasj a dream, but
glancing on the ground; see saw! a white
Jove it was the EarPsf Sho turried away,
. and leirjmg on the marble atab of a beauti
ful mirror, she gazed at the tfau It less, reflec
tion of Heriace. -'..J.f1,i -j
Beauly, beauty! murmured; shift, 'paltry
gift! sine it could not a 1 n Si. CI y do I And
jurying that young face f It I her h inds, she
fairly birsi into a passion o tear
I Florence! inyj own, my idoize !' said a
oice elbse to her. She turned and utter
ed arrest genuine, unartificial shriek.
: J The $arl oC$L Clyde wis Sat hfcrfeet!
I VVel Florerice!' said Ecmla Neville to
;'0ie Copntess of St. Clyde one Jlday, you
must really give me a lessor! oil pbposals
how well! you managed ybfirf huibaqd's
teach me your ait 11 i
1 'Nojlioyou are quite milaken,f laughed
Florence no one could be more sui prised
"it St.. Clyde's proposal than I myself, for I
tiad given bim up. Art failfdj mi dear Em
ma, and nature gained the pay in (this case.
I site care now you make iiets, lliBy never
antwer. IMco areshockinyshafp sigbted
trrof.crrst he was menaced with f5th. rTiberiaa
was fall vf joy admirattoa on hearing this reply,
ascribing to aairplugy what was only presence of
miad and cnoningv cheered the spirits of ;TrasoI
las, embraced him. and from that time regarded
him aaan ofacleL'A blind manbr threw ins a mol-
tita-lu of arfoiwd at randjtn. may hit ilia mark 1
in a thousand times 1 m hie manner.wbn there
were in Ed rope1 thousands of a3trulo2iei,wbo dai-
I' J! L ' 1 i-M- ' Tj-. 1 ... t
4j uuwea' iresn preoiciions umo were iuuu
which chance josufied r and . these, althpagh of
very rare occarre nee, kept alive , the credclitv
which roilltoos of falsehoods ooht to have: de
stroyedr;-j P): i-K; " .f-:
Boorainvilliers and Ca!onne,who both enjoyed
a high repataiton at Paris for their skill in as
trology, had predicted to Voltaire lhat ttS should
die at the age of thirty-two. - f havs been mia
cheivoos enough be wrote in 1757, f to j de
ceive themv already, by - about thirty yaarsi far
wbieh 1 humbly beg their pardon.9 He deceived
tbem still further, by mare than twenty yearsi
Fulgfjeut, who had great faith in astrology, Ire
lates. aa a proof vf the truth of ihif science, that
the Emperor Adrian, who was a vary afetlful as
trologer, wrote eveiy year, on the first of Janua
ry, what was to bippen during he year; ; and ia
the year of bis deatb,' he only wrote the , eventa
that were tu occur op to the month when Le
died, giving it to be understood, by this silence,
that ha fresav his fate. But others jobseive.
that thebuok in which the Emperor Adrian pen
ned his preUict&His was not shown till after his
death, that it nvght easily have been written
sobwpemiy to that event:as -ne wis acres
predict the temperature of the div, when the
evening has arrived. , ' J
Strang ft is that astrology should, in: the face
of its ionumerable falsehouds, have ever gained
auch influence as it did arbungst the EUatein na
tions. Z ca king of the Arabs, to whom the
celebrated astrologers of his age had predicted a
long life, died the very year of the prediction.
An astrologer, fixi nj; his eyes upon the coim
ten a nee of the Duke of Milan, said to.him, My
lord, arranjre your affairs, for you have not long
to live. How dost thoo know this f1; asked the
duke, 'By my acquaintance with the stars, an
swered tbe astrologer. 'And pray how long art
thou lo live 'My planet promises me a long
"life, Well, thou shalt shortly discover that we
ought not to trust to the 'stars. And he ordered
him to b hanged instantly. ; ' !
Heggiages, an Aab general, ooder the Caliph
Valid, consulted, in his last illness an astrologer,
who predicted to him his approaching death. I
rely so completely on your knowledge,' replied
Heggtages to fmru 'that I wish to; have you
with; me in the other world ; and I shall there
fore send you thither before me, in order that
1 may be able to employ vur service from the
timtMjf my arrival. And he ordered the head
of the soothsayer to be struck off, although the
liuie1 fixed by the planets had not yet arrived.
Henry Vil, king of England, asked an astrolo
ger if he knew where he ahould pas fesiivities
of ChristHias.! The astrologer answered,! that
he knew J nothing on the subject. " then i am
cleverer tjian thou vart,' replied the kino;, 'for 1
know that thou will pass them in the Towel of
London. i The individual was immediately con
ducled thhher. ;
PHfIANTHROFT RlEVVAltDED. OH 7 j enbaxirf; wii centlnoed op, iSsJ d
v, : :.r f tf nocr.TNnfT"AT PV.a 1 lihey were affltned ffired opoo. The best how-
1 JUDGZj LTJCHAT A
: Capt. Maryatt, ip Pete? Ciap!e ifltro-
doces thefi following anecdob-Tfca ship
was paid off previously 10 gchrj to csa; the
meo;teceted the. nioriey ia tHtir Thsts; nd
the shore people crnyvd iiczzd to collect
their1 delta and to sell jpodi Outside the
cabin door, stood a tall sleds, hairedtraigtt
combed, flat headed persoaa-o in. black,
solicit ingj every sailor ts ho came oat for
money to emancipate
West Indies. The sailors refused j wearing
that the Niger's were fetter eff thap they
were, fbr they wnrked cor harder by ..day
and had $o' night srchiri4:?!i' ; x
kSarvittide is aamtudo all ths world orcr,'
saidL oneij -ri'lfe'-'ll z - : -'
They larve their lasstersiridnty boanrj,9
said another, nd we sarte thc King "canse
he can't fib'wrtbouVus and he never ties
our eavf hut' he!ps hirselCVjl-:,j . -
Yes, replied the: blucskin f but slavery is
difierenthingnF' J'-i-p'MirK - :'- f
Can't say 1 see any -difference; do yon
N"t)t f, and suppose if they did'nt like it
they could run iway ; ; ; j ' J
KunaWay! fsaid f the j black gentleman,
Wbjr, if hey did, poor things they'd be flog-gedlv--ij.
; t .f H - - !
Flogged ah! well if we runaway we'll be
hanged, to the! Nigger'! better off nor wev
arn't thej Tom?' J . ' '' ;
The flatheaded gentlemtn finding he
could ge nothing at the door went below,
and conirDenced distribtiting' prints of a
black man kneeling iq chains and aaying
An not 1 your brotherly Sofne of the men
laughed land aaid they would paste their
brother op in the mess io pray:, for the ship's
company." Others abused himV At last one
of the men who was tipsev, tame up. 4Do
you pretend for to insinuate hat this cry-
d the i gentleman in
ing black thief is my b
To be sure I do aa
black. . i i :
Then take that for your:: infernal he,'
said the sailor, hitting the fellow right and
left, and knocking bun down the cabin tiert
whence philanthropy was glad to sneak but
of the frigate as soon as possible.
Jlaecdote It was once oar lot to hear a cele
brated barrister of the Irish; courUiwh 1 had been
a short time before horse ir hipped at thefoot of
NelsonVrillar. in backv 1110 street,' so severely
as to be carried home bleeding wih the severity
of bis punishment, erossexsmine a man who
had indicted another for an assault. ' Pray,
ttjtp. itvh appv nirjisihriA vrw
. m- 9 aa.Bv & m. ssuJUitta4r m 1 w s
We are unacotiainted with thel name of that
mrttcu1ar jEhglish baronet, wi in . personal tap-
Durance ears so curious -.a rseoioiance 10 me
Ktngof jheiTrench. But suc a baronet has been
lately l re Paris, and has serves a Witty paper ,the
lfoos, as a peon which Ut hfnff a satire and
baricatofel of Loui Philippe, rorithls offence the
i tor has been brought to trill, byf virtue of a
4W latelvi passed, which constitutes fan offence
Igsinst lloe person of the Jcini, ai cnnie against
thft sUte.l The baronet is described in the libel
6 L l-i l;i.-J il .1 Ji i
is oeing so excessively iiko 0oi monarcn, inat
wherever! he went be became sufi to annoy
ance thi crowd of persons whd hovrpd about his
pvb, watching his tnoveme&ts hid delivering
DetittonS. lhe narsimorv oflthekini? ia advert
ed to viry strongly in wm pari, wherje, w hen he
gives nothing tq the peut loners, they are repre
aeoted;as saying If itisno t, he! is very like
kim i aai when, aokin, rnoiupy is beatowed.thev
pre made to exclaim, Weill ilV quite clsar it
S isoH hel: cne cant be mistakeniia iiis manners.
After Undergoing roach personal iijconeoience
ia the) walks which the kinifis iti t(be habit of
freqiaepting thai baronet is ethililedas be irg at
tacked fij a party of men on he binjes of the Se
ine ja(d, being ' mistakeo fof hif jllasirious prototype-
oa the point of bjig throWn ieto the
rtver.When a fortunate expletive jftjw too cele
brated Ipod damn") pnives ha aStinal fndivid
ualttyi The conspiru tors t hjer eon t'ernark, how
great a mistake they were arly cojamitting the
roJ',so closely and hazily -resembling the
moQirjb. The counsel for the defence contended
that toe portrait did not applr to fobia-Pbilippe,
tod declared that he was abtV to; fprbve. not on
ly thai line baronet was a real personage; bat that
the eJfentares actaally occurdiiTie jary how
ever feand the defendant ctiiltr; and the cuort
eondetnoed the editor toaix idoatbs.taiprisvnttient
sua ?iaeoi4,uuv tr. i f
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ASTtoLoor. iioenus, whn be. was -st
: Rhodes, wished to sauafy Ms cartositr wita re-
tpsct ito judicial astrology. fHelwoit for. la sue-
an uiw wno preiendeajto foretell
luiurc vTCBu, pnu rcceiTca oemiupK a terrace
of hi house, which was IbfiltlbDiint the locks
close to the seaJ V- One of hii enffanjihiRed slaves,
of rnoscular height nd extfuordinarv sireno-tl..
condated ihem to him thrtnfgb ths Iniricaciea. of
me precipices. j i u a i oe n a a?ai sectored that the
ast rotifer was a'eheat, tbeiUve alluded to im-
f tned'tattly, upon a given slgaal, cast him into the
i eaa. jJLt, ihat lime, there vas ai RhoJes a cer-
I ao man, naraed TrasQlIa, who was deeply
I MKed in astrology, and of a cn&nijjg disposition.
I ! Vke, in the same laanner as the others;
I this rerired apotssoredlberRis bat he should
I be emperor andv veiled tMfm njaoy other eventa
i "fuou-iaute place, 'ilberias bsked him if
! -w eestmy , and if he had consulted his
I 7 horoscope. TnunUctlwhi hd some sospU
l.ioos when hedid notseeybfcp, ni$
r ,,8100. sad fcUHts featsitisrealis on viewioff
I roent ). the elevate place IwEere el stood, and
i the oreeipice which lar batw n,!m . .j
bU eyes op to heaveos if.he iatesded to consult
Tht FidvfMafOfi In timss past there1 was
a certain captain-general of Aragon, who was
a great gourmand, and, consequently, very fond
of salmon; of which delicious edible he was in
the habit of receiving a weekly supply from .the
Bay; of Biscay. Of cours ths muleteer who
bruughrit passed regularly through Alagun on
his way to the vice-rrgal ,alace in Ziraiiza,
and the worthy alcalde of the village having no
thing better to do, had often held converse with
the passing muleteer, and made himself acqua'n
led with his affairs. At leuglh he took it into
his iiead J that this said salmon, which was so
nice a thing in the mouth of a captain general,
could not well prove unsavory in that of an al
calde. So one day he slopped the returning
niuleteeri and told him that he must have some
of his fish. In vain did the reluctant muleteer
protest that bis excellency would be in despair.
and that! he wtmld be ruined ; he insisted upon
taking some of the bait fih, and promised to pay
fur them at the same rate as the viceroy should
pay for the remainder. The disconsolate mule
teer weijt his way, and arrived in ! due time in
Zaragoza. Of course, hts coming was attendel
with vast excitement. Cooks, scullions, and
major domo, : courtiers and parasites, placemen
and pretenders to become so, were all in a terror.
of dismay when they, beard of the disastrous de
nciency. The matter was broken with caution
to the insulted potentate, and the muleteer. ush
ered into his presence. How is jt, my friend.
that thou hast come so scan til v provided
'May it please your excellency, the alcalde of
Alagon has laid hands upon thy best of the fish;
he says- thaLhe has as nice a tooth as your exrel
rency, and that he will pay far those which he
has retained whatever your excellency shall for
me remainder. i eu ine maior-uuuao to oav
thee a pound of gold tot each pound of salmon
1 l rriL t
ana g-o in peace.' 4 ne muieieer did as tie was
ordered, and received the money with the best
grace he could, and or course loai ita time in p;
ing in searcb ol more bsh. At Alayrcn he had
an interview with the worthy alcalde, and asked
it the fi-h were not indeed as hi food for an al
calde as for a captain general. The alcalde pro
nounced it a dc licious-moisel, and professed his
intention to eat it ofien. He sent his willitig
nana hi searcn oi ine pistarpetis t mat were to
pay for it, and begged to know what his excel
iericy had given, i A pouneof g)ld fir a p.und
of salmon! was ths answer, which broke like
thunder on the alcalde's ear; he! was a , ruined
Mir f said the coanael, with the ;uiual barristeria
insolence, were you well whipped ? Vessir,
baid the nian, ' quite as well as jou were at the
foot of Nelson Pillar.. j The Counsel turned
pale with rage and moriification,and turned; to
Lord N. ' My lord said he, ' 1 appeal for the
protection of the Court,! against this imperii
nence 'f Thej Coort, cried I Lord Norbory.
' can never refuse its protection; to any one who
nas oieu under me immortal rtelson.'
erer, was enabled lo iteep on, ar.a cas ww
mnt srrived. i She has on board aft rsca woan-
ded, three danerootly, and two slight! J I have
jhist returned from the boat, and you can aee tne
marks ot bails around oer." , - I '
Another letter of the same date : states . that
there were no enrelones found in the possession
of JJaoiD.whd is charged with robbing the rnail,
or any thing which would tend te . criminate
The saaej !eter states that 'Gen. Jessup
left Columbus ea the 4tb. for Toskegee, accoca
panied by 103 men. He ukes command, I un
derstand, of tne Alabama forces. General Srott
is - hare confined to bis room by indisposition. t
The MiIIeogeville Journal xA the 7th, says :
J We learn from a highly respectabfe suarce,
that Small Pax to a'considearble extent has made
its appearance in G6!embus., ' I ,
General Samuel Houston, we ars informed.
(aays the NewOrleana Courier of the SSth ult:) is
fast recovering from his wound. He will m a
short time he ; able I to head his arrny," . .
The same paper! says, 'A gentlemen arrived
from Texas by land ta tea that the Texian army
amounting to'; about one thousand men, under
the command I of Generals Houston and Rosk,
had crossed the Colorado,oo the 16th iost.in pur
suit of the Mexicans, who were rapidly re ti eat
ing. He give hU opinion ,that the war was st sn
proortt., which isby spreading thefelfti!...?
oil horses run opon.Rail Jloads, tbsl lead into al
targe close apartment heated to a very high tea-!
peratore by ateam is acccaplished in ve bia
if Still lower down, ia the same line, is the
steam power; a rotary . engine which pumps
Water to the four large reservoirs odder the roof,
evpjpties Bteaca io ine K'.tcnen, wast room as
already atated, cleans the knifes and forks, booti
ana shoes, and has in reserve i power eoeogh for
iMir tuiuier usato wnicn ti may ce aeemea need
fal hereafter to apply it.
I The eittinff and sleepirr? sosrtments are for
nished without stint as to expense, and to our
eye wiinoot unit ss to tasteevery thing band
seme, . substantial, ;and of the best quality, noth
. i i .- -. - .. r.
wua, bih Kcwgounsuuo 11010?, Doi
X The caneta in the wiociDal -sDartmenta. for J
i J- - . . , r i
tiished by 1. L. vbester, as indeed all in the
house are. are of every varied pattern, but all oi
the bestthose of tbe drawing aqd dining room
are! imperial. The furniture is thruugboa
black walnut, bearing a beautiful polish, highly
Tarai8UDq,mna miikiqeit uanusome. laran
rors are framed wilb the same wood one of
them, designed for the ladies drawing room, bu
riot yet oat no. is theUarzst, we imaoine in 'the
United States, being 120 inches by 72.
Il The grand entrance is onenmnMtnly handsome
H-supported by marble columns, and paved with
marble. On the right is the rce, not the bat
-fpr it is the lauJible psrpose of Messrs. Hoyd
en 4 Curfir, who are the lessees of tbe bouse not
to keep a bar. ) ' ., ,
j There are two other entrances, one in Bar
clay and one in Vesey street, which will ren-i
Mtxico. We learn by a gentleman direct
from the city of Mexico, that the death of Gen. I der the ingress and egress for boarders quite pri
iiarregan, president pro, tan had occasioned Tats. . .
& . " - w-m - . m mm .
great confusion at tbe Uapttol. Alt was snar-
chy and uproar. Riots and murders were com
mon io ' the fstieets. The Swedish consul's
house Was robbed l and himself murdered : a
priest beaded the mob who perpetrated the deed.
! I The furniture of this establishment, -which
has all been made for it, tbe cabinet for ni to re
by Mr. Mtt kt , cost niiitty thousand dollars, in
wnicn are mcioded about acuuu worm ot silver
and perhaps 10 or 12,000 of plated ware. Eve
i From tht JV. r.Snrit ofiihe Timet.
RECEIPTS FOR LOVE -MAKING.
Note by the Git Is opjtown j
Best It ec rifts roa iCoocs. (tried.) To
make a milch. Catch a f yiMiojjflntleman land
lady, the best way you can let; the yMiug gen
tleman b raw, and tne yojnjr lany quite tender.
Set the fifenileman ai lha1dinuerlable ; put in a
goKl quantity of wiiie. and whilhe is -snaking,
slick in a word or two every now and thn a-
bont Mi33i: this will help to J make him boll.
When eeting red in the iilts, take htm oul into
the drawing-room, st hin by th ladv, and p
them bthwith grreert tea4 then set tbm at the
a . "!e I' : s . !
pianno ana diow tne nune tin ine iny sinsrs;
when yuu hear the tfenileman togh, it is time y
lake them-off. us they are warm encash. Put
them by themselvee in S corner ot thn ruiim itr
on s sofa. Sod ihere let tHm simper triher for
the rest of th evening. ( Repeat this three or
four times; taking care iti dac4 them S'deby
side at dinner, and I hey Will be ra for oiar-
riaze wIihohtpi yuu: want hem ? Aftr ma ria2
great care.must be taken, aa they aro apt to turn
84mr. I ji' Ml - !
Our Correspondence all! AutMia, under date
June 8. writes 'The Xew; Orleans Mail; ;it
nijrht hroohtus no papers except from Millede
vilie whicft I forward you. his I
We areaJsn indebted to the piliieivest of a
a gentleman, passenger y the Rail !twid. fur
the Milledgeviile Standard of ot the 7th
Inst. 1 r . 1 : 1-5
man ; (be had eaten; up hts whole substance-
house, lands, sheep, mules and oxen, at a single
meal. l he word salmon was, of course, no ve
ry ; pleasant one in his evs afierward ; neither is
it in those of the nati ves of Alagon to this day ;
aganst whom the proverb is used as a reproach.
and the Words ' As dear, as the fish of A la?on.'
are now uttered there by a stranger uuder terror
f t T (Spain Revisited by Lieut, Slide!.
TSiMrtts; By the Author of Ship & Short.9
Put on the steam I I am in haste, i cries a
snail thst has crept into the railroad car.
We cortversed wtlh Pawnjjers who arrived
last eveniiijr direct from Georgia, from whom we
obtained no information f n 'addition to I he fA
. -s: - ' ! a L
lowing copied from ihe ppersi inenMoned ahorp.
Hie MijledffevilJe UetorUer:iA ihe 7h j inst.
says: 'Our private advices jfrorn Columbus, (in
.a :s ; 's a I a ! I a
laaiuon ioine oeians wnicn -we nave tasen
Iroin papers,) inform us that an express arrived
at Coulmbus on the Sd. flast Friday.) Irorni Fort
McUrary.i bringing the intellis-ence that the
Crawford Infantry Cap. Cairr but commanded
by Maj Bfuwn, consisting f Sixty or seventy
men, had a nght with the Indians on the same
morning. This company beirio; informed that
the lodians had canoes and intended crossing the
river a l Boy kin's Ferrj, raaiched to tha place
laic in ambush, when shonly about sixteen Indi
ans,in fou canoes, started ae roes, x he whites
fired, and three Indians were seen to tumble from
the canoes: into the river. -sThe Indians or the
opposite bank, then presented! themselves, and
. I c lluS: tt-:l J L
rr.uiunu uia urn. a ub, urinsr cunuuuni icruu
the river.until the ammuniiion ot the whites ws
exhaosted.wheo they retired The number d
Indians was computed by the men at fire! hun
drcd,but is supposed U be jexasserated. One
white man; was killed : Jur. Uronby ut Crawford.
was lost, by s Vote of 81 yeas to 99 nays.
The question thB recurred to the question ss
to suspending the rule, ptponing the orders of
the day, so a to take up this Resolution. This
required a vote of two-thuds of the House, and
was lost. So the Honse. blink the question of
adjournment fur one day longer yet ! I now
think we shall have a recess a!ier'the27lh of the
month,u)oti which we have just entered. -
Mr. Hunt; a very taleuted ai.d valtuble mem
ber from New Y rk, and having obtained l?ave
of the House, proceeded to develop one of the
most outrajeotw, yet ptrfectly characteristic
frauds and deceptions, ever peretraied ujion
public creduUy,by that notorious concern which
doe the riiiiing of the House, -the press of
Blair $ Rives, the EJiiorsof the GloHe. ,
lt seems that that foul concern issued proposals
to print, in a documentary form, the lle,o t late'
ly made by Pickney's Slavery Commitee. A
ifWHig the subscribers were mn of all parties. who
received tne.ir cip es. done up and Sealed which
ihinking all right,! they, as usual, franked off to
their oon-ojiutftits by innil. But on opetunf
siNTte of iheiri, several ineuibers discovered that
the printers had undertaken to append to this
KeiHirt, what purports to be the Ayes and ISo s
upoii Ihe several Resolutions as they were acted
oil. To the first Resolution, den vibif the riln
of levistaiiNf on the sobjt of slavery as exist
ing m the blulet, lhr,e gentry spended the
uauifsol iIih lorty-ix gentlemen, who voted,
subsequently; "gainst another of these Resolo
ttonsot diff-rent tenor ! And this was secreily,
slyly, ciandeslinely dime, the whole sealed iip
nod Ntisted on the subscribers to the proposal at
the llep irt only, and by I hem sent off, all over
tbe e i.nry J Vno doubts tharthis was done
intentionally, and protuced a false impression
a t tbe parlij character of the ophHiiioii Ut the
ts i . h. it. . r .
ursi iv'oiiimi i iiMir.'M iiit-mm now c:ry u
Vjiiuvak I : Credal Judceus Jlpelli :non esro
Tbe Pt Oilii: Bill va tlien lakfti on. as
the Mjecial oiler, on m u ion of Mr. Conner .the
Chairin;in if the P ejt O.Q jd Conimittee. 'i'he
seuou undei tisi.ir uioo was thai fir the m
cn-ase lot the e:tlari-s ut tbe clerks in this demri-
n-nt. I It was arpjied at much leitirih. but nol
With much jniertsi. Auionv ihe rt-as.nn mven
for hot taisihg ihe salaries, i,ne given by B mn,
of lodiana, ' a as unite Counral, cimsidtrinu its
emrce. Thi member said tint be bad con vers
I with m.t tf clerks and they were op
posed to lite raisinr d the sal tries. mt because
they woo.d it lik to m to y ti t, b 'cause.
iheuinersb'ior tbui in We m ire valuable, and
hey tkooidoe likely lo be turned out of them :
Members jof Congress would brirj on their
friend and' dependents, and crave the office;
and thus they would be taken from them !'
Master Bijon understands this I
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A. . it
Salisbury; Jane 18 i
And the Watchman ana4j ljflli!
anta Anna bad ! not yet left the Army on the I ry thing, china, silver, beds, , sheeting, Uon is
loin otApnl.but it was thought he would has- marked with the words tutor House.
ten to the capital on hearing of the state of af- f There are eigfity servants permanently engaj
fairs there. The Liberal party were engaged ged in the establishment all of whom sre as4
in nAciimg' n revolutionary raovemeni, ana were i wr"ea io regular aiaiiona anu auues..
expected daily to break into hostilities. The f There are in the house 400 locks, no two o
less wary did not hesitate openly to denounce which can be opened by the same key.
Santa Anna and bis government. . I I : I -; .
i Cincinnati Paper. 1 RollerurK Udy was robbed of 41000 on
I board the Portland on Saturdav nicrht last. be
Cerrespondence of the Mercury. fore the bat left the wharf, in Boston. She
Washington, June 1,1836. came on board with her husband went to ths
Early in the course of this morning's proceed- lanW cabin and placed a little trunk cofttsini
ings in ihe House, a Restdntion wis offered by tng the money in her berth. Two men were ob-
Mr. Heister of Pennsylvania, fixlngthe lime seryed sitting on the sofa in thecabin, conver-
adimirnment at the Q?th f thia month. tnf and rust before the boat started, ona of them
Someone rooted to lav this on the table, which i was seen to take ai trunk from the Vnh, wrai
- I Jt m m m a mm
his pocket handkerchief round it, and waikon
viih it under his srm. Thie who saw him;,
i laid it was sj deliberately done, that they eupj
o$ed the trunk belonged to him and nothing
nore was thought of the mailer, till the boa I
cached Purl Independence, when the lady misj
lirig he trunk, and was pu ton shore, after lear(
the facts above stated, in the hope of tecoV
sring her lost treasure. Portland Jldv. J
a w a '. m, m m m
Kali UUAU. A cetachment or opwartis
ff ,300 ITS. larines, departed from this city
I Charleston. 1 lor Aiirusia. on their wav to ine
Creek Cainpiiun,by the Rail Road, at the use
p il.our of 6 o'clock . yesterday mornining, trje
passage money for the Trooiis. and the ordinary
siravellers with their Uarae, amounted Ut
9.2316 S3, a pretty good business before break -;fast
in the morn ing !! nt eiverinff sobsequeiii
operations of the day, such as downward freight
HUGH LAWSOJf V!
1 ' for Wee &reiid&l
Against Official DiciATioalJ
gainst Caucus NosttNATioiiJ
PcBSEcunoM Fob OymioifsSi!!!
gainst Extravagance and1 CbajEQf
HUMBUGGERY !! . Jf
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ALFRED WEBB, oTRutberforllf 1
COL. AND. MITCWELU of mil
HON. W.J. ALEXANDER, oflejl
HON. JOH N GILES, of Row
HON. JUDGE SETTLE.bf K
WILLIAM W. CHERRY ofElL f
JOHN M. MOREHEADifof Gijrif
HONJJ. D. TOOMER. dfCbmlW
JEREMIAH PEARS ALU efLBnJi
Dr. WILLIAM PERRY 6T FiafiSJ
Dr. JAMES S. SMITH, of Orst.
BLOUNT COLEMAN, ofLeaM
tO We are requested i to 1
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Clem eat as a candidate M the p
this county ; aho, Wm HAaiw
uiuaio 111c iiujce w cntlLM 7 pw
wimoh.oj me county." .
! The Editor of the Louisville Journal is said
no be the 02 it est man in ihe nation, tie ts so
usly that the very dogs bark at him. West
So we see. The VVestchester do? has been
barking at us for some time We fear be
getiing the hydrophobia. We do' not know
any better way to prevent it thae that late
prescribed by a physician fir drs in general
cut th-ir tails off jut behing their ears.'
-4 Louisville Journal
We call the attention uf or rffVrtli
notice in relation to a public Ujfeijei
subject, so vitally interebtin to Mgkf
Road from this place to some tniportte'
rial mart. We have every riht tef Jraeci ft
the bill recommended by fheijtaatjaaf.
tee ofmne will be adopted, St, asrt Uie rprfi
compromise between tbe two greitrte L
now divide the public, it is vry 1(P4
will receive ths sanction of the PretitStt it
North Carolina will recti teJ duritifi iW w
year, near a million of dollars, " M
rains p-rrtdgH, we ought not le l-
ojsiue ouwn ; in pmii 01 osimnj, . .p
resources generally the valley 1 Jf
j Atstff York. May 31.
Tht Jlttinr House will b oneoed this da V for
the reception of travellers and oibrs.
5 This noble struct ore of which tbe plan, a r
chiteqlure and materials, are creditable alike to
the architetri, Mr Roxers. and ihe builder. Mr.
P. tVuOdrujf -preseiiu S'Tstriktn an appear
iJinoUier Laulwn.A irs. wiuiams. resi
iljno; in iiuttoiiwiMHt tttret near Tenth, link
qiiantity of arsenic on Tuesday l ist, in mistake
t ir magnesia, and died. !
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I neu Ihe. lexian nevs rer.f-ive.l on 2unfay
was read in ilie Exchange, there were three
beany cbefrs given.
A duel -was recently fought in St. AnqrnstiSe,
beiWHeu Li u i -Si. nons and Lieut Pillans, an
olli'-er in (apt. r rip'i n.niaiHl, and both d
Uharlestoii, in wlneh Lieut Ninons received
his aniagonisi's ball and expired within two days
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1 Air Jjtevenxin, our Minister to England, ts
. W . m - mm- i
io nail-tor I.tinlon on the nrst i.l June, lie ires
ill the nat ketdlup VI on treal ha viug declined the
otfrr of a naiioitSl vessel.
I Tyrone Povotr The Editor of the Boston
I ranrript say that the person known by this
name is no Irishman at all ai all, but a Welsh
titan, wose true name is Morgan Powelf.
Juisu isluldrrn An old ladv reading an iac
Count ut the deah of a venerable and distinguish
ed lawyer, who Mas staled to be the flher. f
the Philadelphia liar, exclaimed, poor mfo !
he bad a dreadful npuy set of children. j
can vie nnrndhr with any priitm jitj
In the application of this lar4 arnoulMdfl
tins section cannot ligntiy. oe passp(vs:
should make our claims kuw&. Wf'fi
certain facts ihe amount of friiduPwiM'fl
simjm, he distance & profile A P'Rf'1
the convenience, qiality, &I. i!"e,f
For ibis purpose Cnunitirei.iHjiif p?f
Urgather the necessary siaitstus. Jf
we should invite the co operatio - TI
on such route as our meeting naj r
espiMise ' snTwe eh.Mild;in ddhiift f:
nary representali.n.snd special ifprfB
all the counties on the dews'W0
last named measure will n, bemia
ever, until we know wheiier th m
The other stiyges ions ougM f.
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of iiiio-ovment, tnis counoj
ance that all who pass up aud down U load way I ff-L bfc-MU.i having in their p.sesion
X-H any oi my nun
y ot my numr-rs oi ine ion Hegtfcier,
kill do uie a great favor to depusit the samp st
the Office of ihe Watchman or hand then) to
tne. R. W. LO.NO.
I June 11 tf47
Crack it again, lay giax) fellow I' ejaculates Iti3appo8l tr Indiaptl wee kilM. jl'nree
To my Customers.
KMLKMKrt : 1 he ISarber rise note
for th-reare but 9 customers
.tbs sura: he icomediately
turgid pals and exclaiaedi in apparent agooy of
the fly that has lit on the folds nfa thundercloud.
1 What a . prodigious reverberation V says a
woodpecker, tapping a hollow tree on tbe rr
ing verge of Niagara.' I fear my house will be
shakep down, mutters a tnoUse. as the' walls of
the cathedral rock with the throes of the 1 earth
quakei What a deal of observation xoe excite!
aays a: humble-bee bozaing along ia the trail of a
comet, 4 Fc leave the very ocean split svun-
der' exclaims a ; perch darting along ia the
wake of a whale. fJorv tne. with mv face to
Companies left Columbus ooi ihe 4th. for the
scene of action. - f
i Further aeconnts alatea.thsl the ateani boat
Ueorgtaa wbieh bad lell lor Apalacb tenia was
fired on byJhe Indiansjjra herreute; the fire was
returned ; tit damage ooei as supposed jq et
FROM COH JM
The Ae&usta Chronicle. !of the 8ih tnsi. says
We are indebted to I Dolitsness of ithe Post
the foe T cries a coekroach dvins in the battle! Master of this cilir. for the following infirmaUoa.
ot metMle. What a- loo? shadow I caatl I received bT last evening Weetern mail:
I The steam boat AJetara, has this-moment
arrived from ApalachleolaL and reports, that
when about five 'miles abnse Roanoke, 'the fndi
kns commenced aa i attack! from ithe ' Western
rnnkof the river, add taoatinoed firiay bn the
boat, until she was able to make a laadin.when
they dissappeared. :lbe Aletaoiora
an owi gavng at an ec'ipse or the ; sun.
'I'he spoils of viciOTD ' screatnk a hard hawk
peuncing on an elephant struck by lightning.
One pMiau as much as another, says a demo
cratic flea, jumping into tbe face of a lion Thts
last strung bold uf aristocratic pride begins to lot
ter cries , a levellinflr, radical rat, putting his
shoulder against the ftuadatiod of a palace.
jThere wu quite oriflUnt torbra borealis. ca
kiard three companies of troops
Alabama, and Randupb and Stewart eoonties.' in
thia btatal They landed; but could fiadiflo Iu
dtanav After seaxdiing fur' ihori tics, they re-
are impressed by it.
Its mass, us simplicity, and its adapted ness to
it- objects, give it the character uf grandeur,
Snd no mole enduring monument of his wealth
Slid success than this boilding, or one which
unlike inany other monumeuis ill. for ajesj
conduce tit the benefit of the living, could have!
been devised by the opulent individual w o cmi
lae interitir arranzeoients are the beU we
tiave ever seen. Ihere are more than SOOi
rmPDS, from siatlinents, which, like th OiAW
dtiitng hail for geutlemm, is 100 feet long by 40
wiujb mo j nign lu lite s nailer oe MVr the l
ladies dining room on the sjouth front, which an-
swer lo what in French buildiutr. is called ihe
crtlreaol. J in sll these are windows onenibfr lol hesiavs at the shop to wail on those thatclioup
Jibe air, with fire places snd bells j to shave at the shop, thise to whom he shjuuld
n2 rooms, has ranges of balterita in it thati venilemen Will nlease to erred, either br insur-
ight satisfy if it did ot slarm-a host ; ih inJlhebarber 12 regular customers or sll call at
.Huuie r arranged, tiiat the OTi an crbsle oi l the shop, except the sick sou maim, vr
approved 1 merit s can nnrinin1 hi Wtu.lJI ih Harber in rt hts sonoort br turning his at
fices at once. Desidta tho ordinary smoke jacks j teniion to some other business more prvfiabe.
stew pans otc, there is an extensive steam sp4 I fee! thankful to as msny as Dave encoursgco
paraiua introduced, bv which all the reaiahli I in lousiness aince I have been in this plsee sod
ouiled meats us can be cooked, while the ! hope oothiog oo aay part shall prevent a cooun
whole is So Iiifbl thst cleanlineita mnat
rd. OenesU this Litriien are thm lnA n4 .Wenilemen will olease come to the shop, for
gev BC6U mv yum utu
lrial'ma fur facitHatinS her
e f i m -ji 1
whether ihe money coxes from'W
the rickeuf prirais enterpn.H
iheuas maybe eatbered fromay
and full examination of the f0Jf , if fI
of ihe utmost service .n'4'f!,liju
We are glad to sno t.u r
the community, to .whom -
presenled, has warmly 'adfpf.jfj
and that ffentlemen of xvetiWM. !i
enter into 'he measure itW HJlJ
ToJhe fanner espectally. fb' -0-jL
H it fiir chance t
thai can be raised in the Ioaii lo snave regsiar
lv when at tmthe : three rthese are irm nome
half of the timethree others ii'uisl be shavtdsl
their hous.es, and three come to the shop.
I Thie that come to the shop and find tbe.har
ler crone, abue, him frf inaltentb-o and while
l ft 5. . ,
:: . ar.rra;i sj
crri imn.,rlance-ll 19 pwpu.jM
double hi- estate by ibe oijf 1f j
. ihPiwointo oerJps-yyJj
that lie shall show a rr4-f
bility to lhe aurj-ci. $Uaif?
or weediirg h.e, willgt" " I
iora- has 00 J xasb-roon not the least curious barf of the es i I regular estomers
from j Ir klatoo, I tabiishmeet where by the multiplication of I combz to'the siwp
sutionsry wash tabs, and the power cf steam j
ctuuea inay oe wasueo, Gneaaaii ready lornse
natf Mourajicr iAJryartgt9tl.-l cut: The!
. Your humble and cVt. tervant. I
1 B. N. C. WARRICK.
. j .iw...t in the we 3fl 1 tt
are scaufcreu m-smW?V-
tux to WPffl iM
hendtnai cu ".
mn. Tne&as ts e
t.' A tltat Ceil.
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