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jicwnir.bBt honmtf . Watr rlad
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r. Rn(t'4'W it wtt fuwadad by Mr Ahthon1
Vm.aad V to d'in (a ptas tb 'are8i
m tha PnwMMiiaT III anct'ur iieh pra-
tq hara iW ahjnetiona rmnared kj that a
;Sm aiaMiliir4 v military P"ri
. anrm ndJtoWwotjjtfiaMtt ona ai 1h
" TlU4CllIailt 5 MiW Eut of Tjikegep
ut her at A !' EllioU'a, 1 i nilea from
f ' ian4 Uia troopa'arllt eoaaianlif -traverse
t fur, tha asfety if tba Mail and (Jravrller
a fiialfffiiitv of any alraralinr Indiana.
'rmany''C"rapanr ofinounUd Infantry I
aa far aa twuugM ro pui mm m
ftj(W fi w drawls J" Hij and
iihiiwtii imAtt or l w t na !"
cnjned W thela of AUlWrtia
h Stita'Tif VaaV" MJ. MclntoaH ai Frl
ti haf tornM er Mavan la aimllir .
- -"- T-.-.i .v; . - .., tar-. v"'fY7
f fonlta Cou6i SenJlL
7 rii XfJaar'Sclia-Sto,W?A
-rtiy utid$ Oeiti Sanfni and Brig.
Lou-t.-ivith itttrntpectiri aff.
fae1 attain? laat, M4Un. Siwa of
4 U jH Army Dian, tautroa 19 wir cut.
thneMa,Maj Oanaral Sanfurd and
U a part af lh galloat army of Georiria
..UM .4 alfiaaxollaat kaahh. ad ebearfal
' 'i. and intitnpeA in in vMaity of tha city.
v;eo."liwe and Siaff eama np aavaral daya
conanraiim m tna. aermM imiiapuajiiua) w
Vy tih, althongh yat far front bainy aatabiiahodva
M ' ra A . aL.:. . Vaak Mak IJm Vna I
T 'T11 "' " "
...4rrat amaad thtrt Tar at Koanoka, way l
l. " bwa" aUMy. imployad ta awr
f v VV.tMHatefwibirill lm aiTrt wf If 1
eaa. : X na inatana eimtm
knMrnai rautrndaif 70 ma at
a army will.be. diabjnded.ahd paid off at
sea, aaenoa u ina run- can inaoa ouv.
i all that ea be Busted,) They ,wtllre
their bftaaed.with the Braise of their eon
s. khd tie thanks tad wall wishes of aur
I h ? WESTWARD, HO 1 ? jw -
fort Mitchell, on baturday last, the
Ton tur-vWrnovaiif the Creeksrttad
asure of starting 1600 Indiana, men ,Wo-
children. fur. Arkansas. -The hostile
i, hahrf.euTed, marchinir la double file.
i train cifwagfioa eon vay ing- the ' children.
aad aaaW "mf the jJCwunif if aa were unable' to'
K followed IB thr "P1',",wTames M Garaon, riuiuiiurv v-ttUMli, K
f.f r i .Vaat Drejaaiao.
,Vat prenaaiad a acena. on ona stashes
ii.ti .i4rarifyiI o ha oibr,lema ane aad.
aaaiiyms iieiaies oi nginag uj, ,ao in
eooapirad a mroe warn a tong.aaa , uai
u the hmof their yoeth ' fiurroond-.
J t trwiltutatioB,br'ka op in lbiir rna-
m twrtQhain f very way unaoue, mis
f(ae'rautnai-iif A one powerful people.have
' yieltM l.ilne fetoeot circii'UHlana, and
: iiiter3pra upon the " heads uf their one
ury ; ao a happier conditiort . '
a march, the eoniractora' will gather a
irajjla , reinfVrement iruut Beha llarjo'a
Tijinear Tut-kegre. - At that . place, they
4tdNaha iliccit.ChxeriMlee, and Jim Hen.
. .he latter has, been refused to be given up
xwcativf of Georgia , on the aooreof hia
leitisen uf Alabahjj, and convi quenily,
w linuat ba ttied 6t by ''he lawa of that
re mnch pleased at the mama which our
-ioeaa4akaa4a.ihis mttr ;he tuok the
. iieif opportsaity of invitunf Bi rw jiiaena
i anffxMlanr lnirirom .the huaiilmea,
. ! fwatd and identity thein.in order to have
I t.rougnt to punisnmnni. : ; ab auun aa ne
, i Uat ihi lioWrMioa Jitn Henry waa a priaon
Jeapatchei Capaia ' Uanuanv wilh his
e niidwith Captain Lawhorn. of the Artil-
i bring bins ia. Bat the demand of the
i..-f ' Jor waa refoead b be complied with, on
"ti10 abova atated. The Indiana are placed
. " : iJ tha r2t of our Eiecuiive, by the peo
""r'f of Alabiaia who claima to have them tried as
. t "liaena.and by their own lawa. However.
. ii6auading; neverlhf leas, the Governor has
, "Ntded tn lodging nine of them in thia place to
ntpi this anmber ia tha notnriooa Dave
due'. In a abort time,there will be but few
of any sort below the old Federal Road,
. - h gang which escaped to Florida can be
ih wa ahall soon be bleat with an end ot tba
kUahasse FlorUim. of the 2d inst.
that a body of' Indians were traced on
- irndav before from the Chattahoochee
swamp near Newton, on the Flint, the
rail indicating aw"" - nnw hm uviu,
r??00foot. About 400 men,bled at
yVwtotv to meet them, and o were to
. , . i from BsinbrWge " he Istsnt,
- r-n a ; oria eof actronr'Shoald the Hd,.
7 . 3empt to cross the Flint, a large body I
,tjoa4 eBj wsa ro resoiiwB,a a fs
''"at t,y i n
- )& to maieji for the Su wanee, and to
in,. , jsteo j; awn. They are accom-
d. - - niuonieo volunteers,
. m l,i .n.u m :am win .
) win -v-va5t acommaiio.
I, vtANDSJui.. a- appointed u.
teU ic Vlone, ullVrt resigned, &
. . ,
Vpitttejeo is wy cctMabte
tea,pnieerB, wbo havaXn Disced
s Wia Ik . .1
1 . vv
' L..m . ....
lV T2 or Missions Klna
slant i-rai t-nurch, has recenxj
'soenOtwoh,rti--, lfc ..."V
a VaUejrv. third in few. .
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" - Frr tht-KnoxnUli Ktgttter. . ,
' OUB GREAT. CONVENTION.)
Oar eolumna ara ao axteaairely pre-oo
eapieutMd our attention ti takan up with
tht interesting aeenea which aarrounu at.
dial we bate no iuom nor time to preaant
our readers fo-dav. with ariv thing more
than a short and haaiy sketch of the first
day's pmceedinn or the Uonrention. '
Me'thodist Ch arch at 10 o'clock on Mon
' A 119 VUU'VHIIUU 9IUVVU sit IIW iivw
day last. The Hon. Joho Williams, of
mis 'icinuj was cnvu tw ui yuir, mu
the Hon. Prypr Lea, was reqdested to act
son of the Methodist Episcopal- Church,
addreaaed theThroue of Grace in a ferrent
and jappropriate prayer.' The Deleiratcs
were called on. bjc -States to report their
names to , uie CJonveniion. from the
State of Ohio there appeared to be in at'
tendance two delega tea from Indiana one
from Kentucky fifty-two from Virginia
ten from North Carolina twenty-aeren
from South Carolina seventy two from
Georgia fifty-four from Abbam and
ffom Tenrewce about ona fcondred. On.
Robert Y. II lyne vr-a then nominated as
reaide..t of the Conrention, by Mr. Wick-
ffe of Kenloo." winrn wm unaiiiuiwHijr
nr..,r,mi in. uen. May ne, on oeing ton.
ducted to the Chair, addressed the Conveti-
thm in a manner lucid, forcible ana elo
quent, far surpassing even our pre-con-ceived
opinion of ih great Southern ora
tor. "" " f " ' ' "
Col. Blanding submitted the report of
the South Carolina Vommiaetonera wttn
the appended jrfMrtai of the Engineers,
whieh may be seen commencing on our
first page the report was read and two
thousand copie ordered to be printed. A
committee of thirty-nine was ordered, to
whom should be referred the, several char
acters in the different States, with instruc
tions to report such amendments and mod
ifications as they might deem necessary or
expedient several other reaolutiona were
then adopted referring certain portions of
the report of the Cuinmiasioners,U the aaid
Committee. The Convention adjourned
la meet on Tuesday morning, at 9 o'clock.
Ws mean in our subsequent papers to
publish a full and detailed account of the
. . m a
procecoinsa of ino oouvanuon. aaen a
hmmmmm' .iimw .. . .....
Mtmif 1 ac-qrUiri ta ua Utent, reapeci-
"""r nnmrirr ni 11a mamra,
world never witnessed beforo. consrerated
for a similar purpose,
r-i TetiVAV uly 5ih.
: The Convention met at 0 o'clock. The
President announced as the Committee of
89. created on yesterday.from Ttnnetsto
John Williams, Thoa Emmerson, W B
Reese, Jacob Peck, M C Rogers, F B
Daniel Drake and E S Thoma.
JTenfucA-y Robert WicklifTe.S S Nich
olas, Daniel Breck, Richard Uawes, John
Ktncaid, F F Fix, Daniel Garrard.
JtQirsUnaD L Swain, T TKrW,
P Willis. Samnet Chunn, E M BryanU
S Carolina A Blanding, C EJinooaton,
B J Earle. J B O'Neal, Alexander Black,
James Wardlaw, James Barkley. ....,
- Lreorpia n. ji wiayion, t v iiaocr
sham W Dering,M 11 M'AIIister.
Jwliuna Mi 'ton Siapp.
JltubaiM Thouiaa Fearn, John D Wil
0r-m waa added to
the Committee, and also W W Holt of
Georgia, Nathan Fields of Indiana, J T
Avery of N. C, and E D Mansfield of O
hio, were added to the aame committee.
Various reporta, memorials and resolutions
were then offered and referred to this Com
mittee, and the Con vention "then adjourned
until Wednesday morning 0 o'clock.
SUMMARY OF A REPORT
Eubmiited to the Rail Road Convention at
isnuavtu. ,he 4lh 0f July .
J?LZ 'T!!8; the
..in vnioiiiia, ,na itsnow Moor. uin
and Estillville in Virginia, to the ts H
Licking Rivera in Kentucky, ia iitadinittable.
It ia greatly to be doubted If the Topgrtphy
of the world afforda ao ainoalar and so striking a
feature as dues Iha vfriey and River of the
French Uroad. Drawing its waters frum'a ihou
aan1 tribuiaries from the topmost ejevaiionsofihe
blue Kidge and intent on its purpose of convey
ing them to the valleya below, it lorce' its way
through hilli, cliffs and nvountain$, which other
wise would be Inaoceasible, and ao eqiiahsea and
graduatea the elevations overcome in t lie distance
traversed, as to present a plaiu ; the inclination
of which ia not to be detected by the eye. But
for the ripidity of the current by his aide, and the
nniaeof thefalla and rapida which wmtipually
remind him of hia descent, the traveller along the
banks of this stream would truly imagine bimelf
in a level valley, embosomed in mountains and
overahadowed by cliffa.notw'ithatanding he ia mo
ving on an iuclir.ed plana falling at ihe rate of SO
faet to the mile, and overcoming in the distance
of 100 milee an altitude of nearly S000 feet. At
the mouth nt the Nolaohuuky river.he firat meets
AiUa which oppose MS progress, while he has been
descending without interruption. the slope 'Of the
Allegany, and winding his unobatructed way a
mid the appahng elevation. d the Paint Rock4
an J i he cloud concealing aummtta of the Smo
king roouniains. i hie ronte, ay tba Fraoch
ad, furthermore reccommeoded bv the fact
nessee, tBlnhr the wealth of that imnri..r. .and
hitherto lltaaauikL ...i, ,,ik.....
atreauasMib whiJh thi Charlesum, Lou
J5 Y'V"" Hail Hoad is destined to
pour on tha plane, ur Al,MlrJ What-.er
,., u ,npr hitherto aa to the
character and condition of .Kirr. . ...
BJiSWaaww.wiw, yum AiieKa ojtnd Cum
beiUnd Alonntaiara, more eonesale iIBrM
wealth, ogpcvltuTal, mineral, aid atocaur.
ing, than-ia to be found within a Vi,, extent
in any other portion of the United SNuia. With
a climate mild and aalubrioaa, equfcy BMn,pt
from tha riaouraof a nnrthnrn.aa it ia mL .t.
ervating seventy of a aourthern JaiituA. .iiK
population healthrul aind induairiooa
I micai; wMout any of ibM ieairsinia whik
nrnin, iiu.u i. ..l.. .Xl... ..a.. , i I
poverty aad disease io other
OB) lis tDftraaaa. atitk a.Jta ui.t
in an those natriUve gfsjty wbk' enrttrjbota; to
the ComiorUble sobaiateoA or oSo w'b atoaD
tains earpated with tba dbat IsxsriaRt natural
paatarea j-pveiabadowed via fuirsis f darabie
timber, and their toweletriA wilt coil and iha
aubatanilai mtula ; with riva,if sottnps4 to
their aaigatiun4 aourding warpar at , etarr
mil, eawbl of Druoellinsr aoi aawtilaarr Jlita
their tributaries gashing horn Us ptrt. eryata).
rtMiatain, it i tkair bitbarto inakasnfliiy. W
has kept tbos vast ruowrtu 11 a alll tlvOmmh
inr staff ' Bat once eat the barranUhicJi 9p-
aiata ikia enbntrv fruoa thaatharairrfaraapanNie,
but But mora favored refftone of A Qlyba. Bet
a AffrAuwitt.aueh aa lai-w hruiipla-
ted by the Cbarleatoa, Luaiavilts" CHaeJaffatlJ
Rail H.A .nmat LhM iaiiiMUQiersenarai
thst ivloaalaio UMinci au"wpw
the different marketa in tha wwjit and icb ,a
aaimatioo woaM be given tethaMairf;4he
pwiple. and aueh a dvelpmen He ervqreaa
aa to plaoa n m a poaiwoo anwi "rt ;
rivmlinir all elber awintries. UJ auo a pliue
of ihinjf. Uie day would Mot ba hf diati, wfaari
,k. U.welld and Pawltiekeia. aV Mancbealera
and tba Uirmii.jrhama, would flifclhi rfKiet It
mitrrd Im-aiiuoa at tha caaeadHafif I ha Fanrh
Oruada. or near tba ranida of il ll-tlaii. th
Clinch, and the Nlachorkr. T reauarer Of
the intermediate diatrieta l KaniL kytver which
he CharleaiiH. Iniiaville an Lutcinaati BU
Ruad must paaa to ita deaiinatiuiiabHild not b
undervalued in an rationale or beiiffiia and
profile f lint vrfat work. Paiinw, a Ihalina
of flomnianicaiion will, over thai Uoal an4-rwo
diatriuu of the Cumberland .Motai amaind eruss
ing tha n inconsiderable Rivers if iha Camber-
land and KentucKy, at navigable lAinia.ami ifra
whence eaav connecUnna may be had with the
Sail Witrta tintheu,UiUi;i Xi 4ifr4.
Jlgrieultwvl n4 f i(aTliiwf eaJih td ittaae
reghtna, whether lr neighburhofiaumtHiikm.or
in the cotnmerrial ekebangaa JHh the other
Stalea, within the links of thia Uait R4 eon-
neclion. will form no email iiem li the tranapota-
Uon on ihia great highway to tht Weat.
All which ia reaped fully aubiiiud.
1 ja mks aknsmni:
A. H BR MJANE,
To Gen'l R. Y. Haras. . . J
To linht a candle at both endafis a aure way
to burn H out eumi so, to eomraWnea a work aa
two plavea, each individual dirt-i ing hie effort
towania one centre, ia a oertain inethitd of cum-
plei ion. as certain a in thia caa? wixJd -ba iia
perfect and pftfitabU smnli lion, pruul of which
ia to be aeen in Ilia fast, that the Charleston
luranany, for " paaaave money itf I roups and or.
travellera received 2.Sl S8 in ima dar.
Thererura, if ia wilh infinite mU&atiuL w.
ww ..itr inr.itr u, niwu bi isat arouaed to tha
uwannuj h aoung on ima important aubjocl
penally, if the waalihv influential. BnA ini.iii.
gent citixerrt of VVuaw wilh o
tnem in aa aciive a course of epeh'iona, at iha
mouth aa they propose at the aouioe of thVai.
kin. If this be the case there id no reason whv
, i j - . . ii . .
wvanuuia not eeniuauy see a atraot and. pro
niaoie communication between uwoareiuwn and
Mount Pleasant, at iha mouth of tiei Keiiaawa
L L .1- r-:i n 1 .1 .1 .
oy who uaifiioau ana Ajuck ana cam -avtia
1 here will be little or no diffirul in oiiher
passing up the Uankiof the Kedia4a; or, in a
union with some of the work a
will complete to bring the emotm
ley to tha harbours or the Ch
it will be n great mat lar uf
iua, if r by
a tm upvratiiH) with Viririnia.
aeivea lanoea in tnr vicnuiv or
cWord, W. C.
and proceed froio thence to Salmi
passing down by Hei.derSi
y Si thence
'. JI akelv.
VVadeaboro', ineedstjoni'. CheaieMnld C "H. ur
Chera-v.DrlingiMi & Kingstreebinva safely at
uwirjiwoirn. a. oaiiaiiury wa at tiittMlly should
croea wilh Hie road froia Yufki ilfe Charluite
&e. at Darlingtun with that alt ifeito in Poe
uuient 177. Sea. I9J4-5, page , I, and staled
as nitnsr thruiib-h IJirn well.l 8inifleill.
ei".. in ii.o.io iorr .iir int with a nnn,i .
ion uf tha Yadkin and Pee Dee Ifjul Road with
those of Virginia and oihwie Itijt uui be laid
down North and South Carolina, th-ra ia little
doubt it would b4 aa uiui and. pfydu'tfa a work
aa any that ia to be formed.
ll a 9 aij-eliom Chtrleainn ahiMdrtri1e th
idea, because Georgetown ia notlai ipricioua a
harbor aa thnt of CharlHHlon, it iaUl 1 uekvaaary
to uWrve, that situated a is the iaion our
kbt in the wast, rendered exhtirbi antly high
from Ihe immiiime emigiatin to Un iiarter it
will Ih long before they hae a qouti ty if pre.
visiona to apare aao, (hat if tliej ji. J, mtck is
the superior coniumpii.Mi and iU'ir f oihpt' and
Incraiivt market of the deue puiult ion of Ihe
North, it will be alwaya well tllil a y ".tbrr
first. gain, that the prohibit i export la
the Went Indiee. will, Hill ihiSiip dtnitwi i
1 removed, comel all provision, WltetWof meat
w jr,vU,iC'uaay nothing of f tronaga f
New York) a4nr . T
or for coaating purpuai-a, a port
- : j?r . . r -
?! eel is near-
ly . if not quite equal to ona of 1
: But what ia
must wanted in thia section of col
1 1 is a Koad,
which, mendering through it, wtl
ffrowiona which can be spared
ml do come
ylrornOie west, to those who want
of amassing it in a bulk aiChenei
ele. ia perfectly ludivroue ; but.
o 4s visiona
of Charleston there is no end
there erected its throne ; and It pwible idea
seems to be entertained, oi the aiftit or free
dom of intercourse ; and .that ,Bi jam, of oth
ers ia not necessarily oar losa, otil (, tie contra-
rr.uuradvantage.n see L.ifeoJUifk bv Pri
or and M'B'a letter to Burke. T m It ia, . thai
of late yeara the effurta of CharMpave been
directed to the injury of her nigtn Her ciu
isens seem to have no idea, tha, terf is rooml
and especially In a rising countr, like, th.i'a. lor
all the internal improveiuent ayi n fas to . at
tract the Uade of bavannah to arlsston the
Rail Road, the same, In the fa of (these fee
ble and futile atlempta, what ia trade of Sa
vannah with Briltain, and: e;hai I the amoant
of tier toonage employ ed in forei ii eujomerce ?
PRINCE GEORGEQri YAW. .
Georgetown Union.' :, It ' 1
baokafiif the Coa
on the 5ih day of
iy inst. s bay
filly suppewoti to be three yeSra ol
a glaseeye, about lourteee hanoi
igh, a email
whiteapot ia the race. J he owi
ia hereby notified, to oom for
1, prove hie
property, pay tbe chargne, ana
, Concord, July 9, 1838-4 w
i ll a
FOR SALE AT THIS (ZF1CE
Watcl.maa1 Watchman I what er the star;,
And the Watehman anewered all s
. . ar
nuoii ljlwson white,
For Wt President,
'-- r . I I A.
AOtlnlT umiilli. "
oainit Caucus Ncmlhation I ! AoarwsT
PsasacoTioN For OriNioits Sake ! f A-
OAINST EXTRAVAOAJfCB AND CORRUPTION ! !
Against Manwobship Abolition ano
HON. JOHN GILES, of Rowan.
HON. f.J. ALEXANDER, Mecklenburg.
JOHNM. MOREHEAD. ofGuilfordi
JOHN I- LESEUR. of Rockingham.
COIy AND. MITCHELL, of Wilkea.
HON. f. 0. TOOMEU, of Cumberland,
CUARLES MANLY, of Wake.
WILLIAM W. CHERRY, of Bertie.
ALFRED WEBB, of Rutherford.
JEREMIAH FEARS ALL. of Duplin.
DV WILLIE PERRY of Franklin.
Dr. JAMES S. SMITH, or Orange.
BLOUN T COLEM AN, of Lenoir.
-JOHN ff-tflAlI:RVnf Pnmnntanlrr
GenJi O. KWILLIAMS, of Beaufort.
f3"e understand that Gen Thomas G.
Polk is a candidate for the Senate for Row.
an County. Also, Charles Fisher Esq. for
C7 VVe are requested to announce John
CLBMBHt aa a candidate for the Cutninona in
thia county j tUo, Wm lUaaiira. Eq can.
diJata fr the office of Sheriff" Mor a di
Titian o" tht . County.. : -1
We are reqaeated U .,-
Wm. D. Ckawroaoas a candidate i r repre
sent Ruwan auunt) in the next General Aaaem
bly Kir the Commons." For a division of Hit
Comity." "J '
JQp We ate requested to announce Rcr 01
H.KiLtATaiccas a candidate for the Commune,
FayettttUlt Hail Hood Mteting The pro
ceeding of tliia meeting will be found in another
part of thia piper : they breathe the proper apt
ril for success, and if their subsequent 'meaaon a
shall be at energetio aa thia beginning, they will
aa Bonaparte used to say, compel aocc.ss, We
rejoice to see Ilist ihey have provided for getting
Ihe services of an Engineei on themuie between
this place and FayettevJIe a private letter In-
forma ns that an agent will be fonhwiih dea
patched to procure the aervicea t f Major Afc
NeiLt.: thia louka like taking up tha thing in
earneat the aame letter assurea ua that the
buslneas men hatre taken up tl.ia matter with a
aleierhiliied rea.doiionlo-Ta. We notice that bv
ol the reaoluiiona, a very able Committee ia
committee l -PPnteJ eolleu information,
and among other tfnilee, to atteneT onr MjiMtrneo
meeting 10th oT Uctvber next. Wa hope our
: u.:ii mil , - i- ...
umi cmaciia tan m luans a lull turn out
from all parts of the county, ahd thai other see
lions of Ihe country, intea-eted ia the contempla
ted impiovementa, will also give os their coun
tenaoce on that occasion, y
The Knuxville Regialer gtvea the proceedings
in detail of that important body. They aaaem
bled pursuant to notice on ike 4th of July, to
the number of about 9U0i representing nine
Slates. Gov. Hayne ef Chirleaton, waa chosen
President, and Pryor Lea Secretary. Tbe
Convention have , recomnienled the acceptance
of the charter of incorporatioa for a Rail Road
from Charleaton to Cinciandi and..louiavilla
granted by South Cardinal North Carolina,
Tennessee and Kentucky, anf have declared the
practicability of a Road kithik the limits of the
charter s They forbear Jo go Ato further partie-
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Ulara than to say; that jhe F retch Broad River
ia evidently, the mt ifeaaiblenode of gelling
the primitive tnountairi .j three .joatea
Sis suggeited fol apprichipg 1 behead uf French
Bnd from the Kaat.lo wit, Heady. Patch Gap,
Gap Creek Gap and If aeen Rivei Gap,v.bich of
these will be finally fixed on ia u be determined
by actual, survey i a eorrespokdent however,
eaS, that little dotit eiinu of 1 its being tha
Reedy Patch, aa tilt haa great and obvious ad
vantages : this is some where it the head of
Broad Rivejr eokequenily ihe Work ; will cut
deep 4nto NortfCarolina, and tpproximale ua
mnoh nearer tha we had aniioipaied. Tha oc
casion waa a jdbus 00s to the mountain bound
bwhoIs efJCsat noassea,&rom tthe throna ardiaud
hitatla made mie an era in Knoxvilla. . vvata. I
, - . .
jotoetqaaa if,"u moating uaa reaanaain rq
ereasea oaouuuov a u aucoeaa ui uia e'jtay an
J mt I- L
prise, and hasftaad its advueates With fa oaw
aeaU We hope our next LegiilatorAwill for
oooe(ahow a spirit that will tot ahamniar with
the States eo-eperaiiag. Our tnounulo eoanuy
balarra claima en tba paitun'ta f w Sts
and we hop it will not be withheld. I. fa y. -
THE NEW BERN SPE(ATOlCt
. ..V -a follows. wwee h the
Cbspel Hill RepiwiW"" Carolina Watch-
nan are eatrep-7 aesere n r, oWa.gni
fa g' noaratlcndance on the University
eb,ninrent'nt1 aad oth-r inattir of minor
I ttnwtancav-Ve -d-mt dM'm tWf maB-
m or ieililiraa 7 course." Now, wa, re
ply lo th:s, that we have never published
one word in relation to Governor Spaight's
n6n-attends nee at (Thapel Hill aa Ptcsident
ifjheBoird of Tiustees, and we. defy,
these faatidioiis gentlemen to show it. The
article quoted from the Watchman into tbe
Repoaitory, and by that paper applied to
this subject, was written on tbe very day
the commencement waa held, (a bundled
miles distance) and was printed on the next
day as our dates will pi ove.
This paper also admits, that Governor
Spaight is "a thorough paced par than even
fo illibtraltty also that h.s prejuiUt$"
unJUJiim for tht rSa.iow'l of Goveror,
and that hi$ latitr- court hat luil Jlali
Rejivblican and hotlilt to tht intentt of
tht State,''1 but that because he is " kind
and moffentitt neighbor" snd s well mean
ing citizen? they "cannot consent to ee
him held up to ridicule for incapability ai.
ledged or real'' by friends or opponents.
To this we reply tbst we have never said
ought of Governor Spaight in bis private
relations, and without the benefit of the
Spectator's counsel, we trust we1 shall never
so far forget the civilities of decent Socie
ty ss to do so while the Govemor ahall
maintain, aa he does, ths character of a
gentleman. We think therefore,- we most
stand acquitted of unmanly or unrepubli'
can severity in the ouly specification made
by the Spectator: and we think we have a
right to ask these gentlemen, so punctilious
as they are in matters of propriety, before
they nndertakeormakeour course the oc
casion of a lecture on 'character, courtesy
and self respect" to look a little better to
Whether tbey of the Spe'ctator, can con
sent to it or not, all illibrral and thorough
pttced patt'iMant, who are and republican
aadt hottilt to tht inttrettt of tht State,
snd whoae prejuelictp unfit them for the
a.. . I - " : . -J..".!, r
iniBi uiciismre us win imi er sot to lan
under Jto firtjSffc Of tlie Whig Press, espr
ciallilftiicr be disqualified in consequence
01 "real incapability." Their friend (ort-
irasthey be sucIT as the Spectator , seems lo
be towards tbe Repoiitory and Waichmsn)
Will, sesree atterflfit such a thing." "r
We protest however, in the name of the
Watchman and Repository, against the right
of the Spectator lOirect " liselfTrito Su-
pervwor or Ihe morals of the W hig press
of North Carolina. We cannot tonstnt to
tnke 1 asOns in decency or courtesy from
either friends or opponents. We are not sure
that the conductors of that press have them
selves taken sufficient lessons in these
particulars. From the coarsen easof their at
tack on two of their co-lahorours from the
arrogance of their pretentions on this snd
other occasions to tuperior decency, as well
as the offensive less of their conduct, in tin
dertaking to dictates line of deportment for
other presses, snd to censure them for their
supposed naughty demeanor, we are afraid
they are not the real grit in politeness, snd
t;refore, for one, we cannot bow to their
asaumed aupremacy in tUe ,Uera.
The course of the Spectator towards
pernor npaigi.t ia eonewhat odd: it accus
es bin, Of thegrosaeat poluical del.nquencee;
calls htm illiberal, prejudiced, a aoole.. p.,.
tizant anenemy lo the Stata, an anti-reimb
lican, and all that, and makes amenda by
conceding to rum tnoUenstveness towards
bis neighbors and general good intentions
verily, tins is praising the cut of a man's
coat, while poking fun at the hole tn bis
elbow. The Editors of the Spectator must
have derived aome of their notions from
the celebrated Dame Quickly, in Henry
j v. wna couiu not abido t istol as k Swag
Iff s aa .aa'ar..'. .
gerer, ' but bad no objection to him as a "tame
"Save 111 from such friends IP
THE TREASURY CIRCULAR.
Mr. Woodbury, Secieia)y of the Treasury.
ha iaanaJav Circular- arHfouocing-that-Whiflg'
will berealer ha received in payment . for pubfie
ands Miept'eoLO ano siLvca. I his circular
fa accompanied by an-elaborate vindication ef .tie
act evidently otdered-oy authority, and inte.-id
ed fo fiireaial ihe pinion that plain, men would
naurally form cyncerniiig thia new instance
aatuuied leap upnbiUty. Que of the reaaonalr, TV
I ... .
mggravtuea oy mupecled eoiuf' .Lj,, u,.
tmbluS men atut oublic mMtaeP:uI..A
land omeen. aud foojrr' V. thingi is in
..iv,iin.ia m,u -.WMruMit . . . I
,, w . .kl aAMUillaAa I -
wngrttt. tn ruction p .tBWt0r,Ailij)d.
. Uf Vtmtrmmm m-
national irtatnrt- i
eg afaknsWft tn bingmad ihe baata af
tteaaarVaejier,orUnt and feertul m tta eatuw.
We ae boned M ""PP ihe ivatk aT ibaaa faais,
aiifflolently apswr"1 "J tt,MT tt 1st faa roptnoa
of the President. 1 nia being en, what art n,.
people' to ahlnk ha refusal J tha late ytn Ba.
M malortty la the House of Representauvtk
eppuiat a Cummitts in it during tbe rreoet of
Cuiigress, with power hi investigsie tbeee very
ehargea. -Someol thia digraeefnl ai?umeriio.
is in ibj. verj words .if the resolution offered bv
At. it..., jk. .. '
auuBiance is there to '
be ftjund as this paper' adorne. But that goea
t. die wall : every Whig we believe voting fa,
Tt KTs lilTe? af the J apoilers: some of wbuoi
it waa said seriously to implicate ; yes, this very
resolution to enquire into the base, eorrujit u4
detestable practices, admitted now by tha Pfftlj. .
dent and hia adviaera to ha to existed, wt,
feated by the -Van Burea party ia Congress.
ia mt foul stale of things, and th people only
cn remedy it at the ballot bo. Every maa
who voie.) against Mr. Hunt'a Ra.iluion ought
tolo en hia seat, and men put in who will not
wiuk and connive at infamous frauda opon the
publie, our take the nefarious, culprit by ili
hand aa friends snd cronies.
Another reason given fureatabliahingllitaMtt-'
sure ir, that money of the dapokite Bsi'-B' !
sufficiently good : Indeed t and who ja"'! at r)
that ? The money of the U. S Batfet w 1 i I
.11 ..i.;i ..... UM . I.J 1
ndeed in tltavtua-. .J
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means oi aoiug tuw, ia mj aoupi ina- oepnaue.
Haak syaiem : ieatead of mending the carrency,
instead of managing the finances. of the Govern
ment safely and fairly, we have the startling
adinisaion from the projector the responsible pro
jector of thesyatem, that their money is un
sound their eradit doubtful, and their practice!
moat dishonorable. If such be the fro it of thia
experiment in ao short a time, what may cotut-'
of the gold and silver humbug in a few yn,'
we will leave to time to ascertain. We are But?
commercial enough to prononnce upon th's rjiet.
sure as a remedial one : but after the notable re-i
buke of the hard money scheme by the over-
'whelming vote la both Houses of Congress, ind'
after its being ridiculed aodeneered at by -ihea-f
West inennf the Jackson party, and no man
but Benton waa thought to uphold it, it was 1
eudden and unexpected move in the President 14
lake it op and Uy to ftslen it.on llie country.
Another nmaideratiun strikes ne very forcibly is
contemplaiing thia new act of responsibility : ev
ery body knows that the Banks have moat if the
specie in our country : should they be tempted'
to furnish that lo their friends iiibtead uf nuip
fand the temptation seems almost irresiati&le) it
will throw ihe public domain more completely:
into the handsW lha BanWa and vtieU tautilrt
Than rTwr. pita-w not an : should thin hap-1
pen. inenext tning win be a general bursting-f k
local hanks, and a general ruin of credit throngh
oul thf speculating region. Such mending iffj
thecufrency has already been in part pruduceJl
by the i Preaident's quackery in these ihrngf,:
'. 1 i
J)mmx(A. HW. Preai lent F.Ii Rrimr. Vir-i
Preai.lenl, JaiiieA L'atnpb. II, Secretary. . tt
The follow inig Report was read by theSccrr.
lary, and 011 iiioiLn (l( Mr, pharr, 11 was ara
ted. and ordered llhal copies be furnished lu Ihi.
ediior f the papers primed in Salisbury. A
we nave atseamied on anotlier Anniversary
ein-e uur last mteting, great numbers ol iht
children of men have trim a lu their final anniiniri
and we are tending to the bouse appointed hff
ai inn v nir. ana men lore, eium ui tn-. iiiiiucni
H T ' - - B 1
In the performance ol our duty, seeiuir that thf.
time ia short ni. there is. 110 work ur dettre ifj '
the grave- Wolivein an inieresiing iieriial
the airti)gle wlncli tins existed lor ages between
linhf .111I .lurL'iiba. tti.intt ami PL. Iitt.tfun 9 rid -jSf
". ..... .... . ' , III .111. . Iv , lit..." .
Iirll. Christ anil Hilml slill conliniies and wllllTl
increasing energy. HutnbU and iiniiriportanui '
are onr IhbiursinkhifWruingrslruv'jIe in nhttit
are no neuiram, we are (;oncioo"S "St ;
l...... : ... . . .......ll... . . . J?V'
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"(His inaiiiiaitieu our if"""" j BiiinauT;.
herehce loour pleWg-su fur as wt have beeS.t
insirutneiiul m lessening ihe scene of hunnSJ.
woe so far aa wa have betn at our pcail, to bt
wa pave opera 0 the rijtht side.
kav been inada l .... .,..Jwv
i., .w tiui utR-nni wo now iv ...
hiJii?.li'nt.0?' ,i".nd t,,e Temperance;-
to hold similar Biaftihirs in futoia7;st-. f.7
god effect- 'If lunula te the t-ttfattjU'tm t
friends more wfy tu dissimini1.u.
ph-a of wir bn:lJ, Bi.i by the dl r tnA I
on our enrtiarwmtriiinit ah.i.a'.i- .3' ' i
etrongih and j; ay Uie ccevrti' J (1
a .rf,. i-J- B
W a .. .1 -.r iA.. AT. a
- ... f - . II rT llfw.n. . I
t uNitieriiiiAA w....: ,H..
ac even a
k ' ef,,n "or.g'ourselvea M
il .liliproveinent l-i. , ft
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Apothecarva Si 1
I . . "lneiice. ,
Iriaiiio f... ' "
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r'-uwiiir an arii.r. ' .m
ail auiui, waa iwj ejvvw inuim ill naJmjflaA.
"lit HiifpTrty" rage Againef this InstitujAaiajk 1
at length alledged to be foo good :' Bu i
sidentin his itching propensity lo mea,laeaf. V'l I
rency, thought it aaceaaary to ass hiasm, . '.',
influence to destroy that Bank, one of the We . 1 4 f
The Iredell CuUrayTemplw hmur
I'e 4ih Antilverstry at 4h Creek Churcli, uayf . I K
the Uih day of July, 183t. H 1".
The follow ing officers were appointed fur tin :r t. ;
1 1 .
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ion. Cd andT'" C!7m P
in the County an,sggregateW & 4 f
and we belli vabjBMMhflH.-"
oerformed ihei7z.h gerallr" Aat . V P
deairalle eiHl' jMlt aoninlishedt wBhW 'i
eaand Gngf Hll loo , - 1
pratic rf ire tinbifore and at EAWfiSeJWfVv
linoe4iy dwgiaee--CTrrn,,- r
Ihe viteff' J'' nffd noithMrC, dpJ,JaY
Hrt th. U galw lhi . f' i
....i..airitrA'eu.eV 'Ae final "V i.
ftotii. produi f i I
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