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THE LOVE OF NOTORIETY.
Tm pleasant, throwh the Wi holes of teueat.
ro peep at eucn a world." Cwwr.
rhere are laorele our temples ibrob warmj to
Unwet bf the blood drlppiny flniffreof war 1
lnd detf to thaiwi are the whisptn of tame ,
As ids blasts or her bogle nng fiercely sod
The death dirge ii tung o'er the warrior's tomb
Ere the world to bis valour Its homcge will
at the feathers that Notoriety's f feme,
Jatheaon-sriinearepluerd and are bright
while we live.
berel a wonderful charm in thai sort of re-
Which consists in becoming " tht talk at the
HTil 1 pleaaore which none hot-" your Irufy
Jof (uiltfiid about by a mob at one's heels.
Ltad to hear, from the faxing and mouth open
Jhtdear wtfrdi "thatt ha," as one trudges along
IV'bils Beauty, alt anxious, , stands up on tip-
Lsana on her beans shoulders and lisps 'f lAcre
iror this the young dandy half whalebone, ha If
Faradea the Broadway, with the true Steuben
Anew species of being created, they say.
uy nine London tailors who ventured, on. day
r cabbago a spark of Promethean fire,
Wbith they placed in a German doll stiffened
And formM ol the ecare-crow a dandy divih. :
But muni about tailors I haven't paid mint.
And for this little - Brvmmgtm" mounts with
Hi oimt Hackney bnggy and dashes in style.
From tome livery Siable to Cato'a hotel.
And though it is a desperate task to be at ri vine
who these sons of J uhn Bull in ibesciencsof
We have-still a few others that dolt as well.
There ire two. "tmr eaetnnZe etl tn ink.
. hold, '
With their Haytian groom trotiing graceful
In their lirery jackets, of bins, green, and gold.
ungni-Ttrniaa-a nau.aod lb laces that
The One'l an Arfnnia hn alnaa ft.. A Amm
That he shot himself has been counted 0
The other's name it were treaann to- say.
mora , .
?rj gnat manwith two lamp, at his door.
... CaoAKtft St Co.
Ths Blfnn V , TT L j-
a , win, VIW
enarged two pistols in suecessioh, at bis own bo
oy, and mined both titneeiavManil
ntofpractic. ' ' -
Earthenware, China & Glass,
THOMAS J. BABROW it CO.
HAVE removed to No. 85 Nassau Street,
New-York fneit diinr t Vtaaani rX.r.rr..,.
fiuydam k Nixon) where thej idTer on aale, in
hs oriffinal packase, or repacked to suit the
coaprisinff manv new dt uiidil iMtarna
Vf1 M,e bJ f ih partners now in
wkiW t Uut'011 Prchaaera reepeciful-
THOMAS J. BARROW 81. CO. "r
w-York.ll Idlv. 1830.-131.
TAKEN op by Leelleanheoek,
and entered on th. Rangeia
tha County of Cabarrua
h day of July Inst, a bay
"yaappu lob ttire yeara old, tha right y.
khout no(tn hand high. small
Woileiniii ia .u. t t'L r ' -11
" " T' ned, to emne f.rward, prove hi.
e-r-v.wiy w charge, .nd receiv. hei i
w, loso 9W0S
'OH 8 ALE . AT THIS OFFICE
The reckltn-e irhh vhirl. n n - .fi -
tsiailed by th. Rerencr I.iZ.TkV -iJHiirJZJT'.T.T?" rsrepro-
Jspatr of the "eooila n.rt. - Bnj HMaaaT
mill which they fwl f ih eir inabiliiy to ..feat hmi aaAaoNd oVVl 7 "
his ejection. Th- fc... 1 ...La .rTi :IZ-T?r.rB?.fll "'Id Dot atfia ses-
rrrated!, calfedY 71,
of GorSps-ghrt wi dlsOT
In ,Ung for Mr. Crawford sniast 0. JMki00
They havs not & cannot z.s that srraes do -
rnev mat in iratb abouM Muk ,i v.u
tfcel, shameful Inooosistonct. i. .
man who contemned sod n.art, th. Shi
of instruction, which theT wold h... th- B.kiu
beli-v-they regard as the rreat r,7fatjL,wr .J, , ,nMT .l"1 ePoUiOT,!
ntur. an allusion to it. W will con.loa. to aZ..7 JlJJ 1 'f 'f?
urewi the matter, and mII BnM k- r,i... 1 1 ai. tr' r"T. w,ari.WB ",.f't the effiris
iheppl-'a candid.,, to rFno
very voter. W. call a Don them. Iikewtoa.
eiveeoualecrrenoyto the faet. that aLttlSZ&?T"P
S.aiKh,, in I834-'35. votani sirsinat tb.
olulions. He . ..DnMl in N r' 1;..,.
at emnTedri.Lr' h-f .T"1"
Suprrc. Court of NoTthCaw
f innr hu ahnwn Ia k- A....r,h. -I-.. a.
vardnaaarhinh.k.ll (..l.k .1.
i.r 7 ....". 7. . "'" A""
vv. ar. ,0.0 mar uen. Uudjs not yf. a,.,,
man. faovenor biMisht is not vet a sUieamsn.
.it a, v ".j j.i zmi
mg no never win make one. He has
Should bf) DleaaMl n Imm avhal h i.m
rSoroualiaWtion he or h. friend. can noint 10 A
hiUer.Mnotted partisan he isJMit what el- 1. h.P
VV. undersind the ,r,ck of ,h. .tuck. o.
Gen. DudUy attaoks so uttorlv unfounded, so
;iju..i... .u-. .i.r. l.
,,uu.uua, .. Miai.inejexcii.con
tempt It ieto keep bis friends on th. defee-iva.
Bul weshal aasatl in our turn Wsshall bring
facu op n judgment against his Excellency-
fta which are not to be denied, and which it
will putzle the most cunain. and artful of faia
Johnson, the amalgamator, view with such pious
horror. Thsir hvnocrisv is incmdihl m tu..
i: '' " :7 .1T"' ' "H-
who hsv. not watched their movement. It is
well known thst William H Crawford is the
author of this proposition. Who supported Wil
lism H. Crawford with a full knowledge of this
fret ? The, Browns, the Sasnder, the E4
arda, th. t range., th. Henrya, the Halls, in
short, every Vsn Buren man of distinction in N.
Carolina. Do they admit that they supported
a man worse than an alwlitionlat P or do they
expect that they shall oain credit with th.
peopt. for sincerity in urging this aa an onieoJ
lion to Gen. Dudley. " 1
- PJL -miermamag. . wtth the Indians, a
people celebiaied fur their Murage, fur their elo
quence, could lead to an amalgamation similar to
that carried wt p,,clically by tl.eir candidate.
Ool. Johnson, it psMee our eomprehenaion to cn
ceire. Ihe Indians have ahewn themelvea
scarcely inferior to the whites. Some of 1 heir de
eoendaiita are among the most respectable people
in Virginia. One,tbcelt bra ted John Kind.ilph,
in whose veins was Indian blood was unrivalled
for brilliant oratory. What man is so fastidious
thst he would feel himself degraded by an alliance
with ."Ibis dsceodants lif Pocaboniaa ?1 Alaoy of
the Cherokee, ar. as intellisents resoectabte &
as much respected as any men. We see a dif
lorence wide as tha poles between the Indian
who is sa while as many of lh. European-., and
who is doubtless draeended from them, and the
Afriean, whose mental, moral and physical con
dition Dae doomed him to an inferior lot. No
man wonld revolt more at tL nnion of ihn blncks
and whites than Gen. Dudley. No man ia more
ihouronghly sourtheruin his feeling an principles
on the subject.
He is not, we are teld, "oneof os. And why
is be not ? Was ho not born amontr ua, raised
among as. and iji he no' bonnd to us by all the
ties which can bind man to his conntrv ? Are
not the h.ines of hie fathers in oar soil ? is it not
the birth place of hi children, and the place
where i his property ? "Not one of a 1" when
with the means of living In affluence and ease he
volunteered in defence of his native State, and
encountered the hardships and privations of the
camp. VNot one of ns 1" when he ia now ex
erting all hie abiliteo aod influence, and freely
cuntributinir his means to improve the State, and
bring a market to tb. door of the farmers of the
State ft! Sham, on th. mean apirit of party.
which, to elect a mere cypher because he is a
Van Buren man, would detract from his jnt mer
it. If Gen Dudley "ia not one of us." then we
ahonld like to know who ia. Are thoae who, not
born in our Stat., come here to manufacture pub
lie opinion for tb. benefit of lh. Mew York in
Complaint 1 aim wad. asrainst Gen Dudley ,
that he was opposed to the colonisation of th In'
dian. That k a qaeation vpnn which the ablest
and purest men ofoor country hsv. been divided,
and th. vexed question is yet to be decided.
Th plan of removing th. Indian, so far, has
not, to say th leaat, been very ucceeaiui. it
ha cost lh. Government vast anma of money
and a vaat dstl efbloud. Th unwillingness of
tb. Indiana to leavo their eoohtry haa unques
tionably bn. to a eonaiderabte extent, th. reuse
of th bloody tragedies which hat recently been
enacting 00 our soot hern frontier.: But suppose
them removed to th. country provide, lor mem t
The U"d if emigration is constantly westward.
Uur enterprising and hardy pipulalhm will soon
be presalog on tbem again What la then lobe
don.? Whatahall w. have accompliahed bv
their removal ? Are they to be rolonited .gain ?
At. tb. sam scenes to be acted over? W shall
bas collsetod th.m together. W. shall havs
road them formidable. espeeSally If ouraoothorn
neighbor, Mexico, known to entertain none of the
best feelings wwarda this country, shall stir tbsm
up and arouse their yengeano. wo repeat
thia schema or colonization m one aooui in. pro
nrietv of whleh meat may well differ. Th Stan.
dard Ukea for frantsd. what has to bs tested by
axnerieneo.the nronristv of ' tho policy. What
nay bo tho result, is yt hidden In th future,
and Urns alone can deterailn whtner uen. uua
lay was tieht or Wrono. Th Standard instsad
of proving thu Gen. Dudley was wrong qootea
Gen. Jaekaon'a authority. Vhat svf wight
may bs attached ta hi. ontnions. we nreaom. he
is not a god that bo cannot sir. Ua is liable to
srr as well aa other man. end wa attach ons
qoeoc to hi notions so far as they appeal to os
10 se isasonaoi, ana no lartbor. '
' Zlu . a'jn' ' elm '. a
Ia- Wm wt XlOiCtgl 0(r.
00. DUDLEY'S VOTE IN 1311.
I It i froanmtly tho cue. as every man' oV
'osnaiioB iUhAy taiightlttudisUiul
STii 1L - 7 imm m
fiH la) fcofiMri;
t - KITTTTJ! L"" W ifto-fbt
I "T.."" ,B f" a Urai
1 -Ti" 'J,'fpW,l:o V.tth. atUW
1 twafe hh.t . l,e,f(,lt
r - . ww
IZteT.TS'. . "f "
I tkZLJTu. r."' Prti"f
I . it! "JTiI s'tctora, tad
.-.. , -"r-wJ ',-1 " rs
1 .1.. J1 " uw. sysiem eoounaed,
n-.T,!" hav. bee- wakened.
I ci?l ? ' ""I" Whole
I "ZI' r "" ". Pte
I parir of which Van Run ,.,1
partieao nox. pWe ,0 h ku.h
I and vilo
I .lben wu imhn 1 ...... a.
roDl. a ih- 1 1.. a ... T", i." " . " "
I Ik 1 kt MW -l
Ution ITti" "P"-
mad. ."T j!' ! r",u"' n" WH)n
lea th. l5,rinK iTpIt
science, that 11... .i..,..u l. i.". . T.r ,
' . . w numi nuinaer 01
preaeniauves Ibis State u-.u. i ha.. 1
tilled to. Of coune it w.e enU.li i .sm. ...
aacruin th.nember ofelectJr.1 vWwbich w.
should ha v.beei, entitled to give -If our number,
of memr,, .hould r incrS.wl KjtfE
m(Mle continued it th, .l. .T?7. !?.!
peoiH lor the L.eeUlatur. In e eel the elee.
tors. It waa under tiieee circumataneea. fur the
correctness ol which we nledtfe ouraelvea. and
which cannot be controverted, that Gen. Dudley
gave the vole, which, in ite death atruirsle. the
party ar atriviniru make aumethina nf Hail
be voted differently, tha rum wiml.l ha haa n
paraded m ewaW- V tile bemg a bwi-
We could not, if we had -.. a more con
vincing refutation of the charge of his not being
a republican, which, with a full knowledge ol
its lucoirecmesa, the auoila-'uongera are giving
curreocy to, than iliia vole in 1811. It proves
ihat, whilst il.at democrat, whether born or con
vened we are not informed, Martin Vao Buren,
was dtiing all ia tu per la defeat- the.venera.:
ted and virtuotm laitisim, whoa, recent, death
all parlies deplore, G-n. Dudley was lending his
aid 10 elect him and aecure his service to bis
country. We should hardly have expcteJ that
eten Van Boreniain. brazen as is il front. would
have ventured tin a aiihjfci, in relation to which
it is so vulnerable, sod we can only account for
in ihaauppiaiimn that il miuht leach Some to
whom artifice wi.ulJ never ba uppmrd, and
have its elfeet. Thia it may do, but the. friends
ol' Gn Dudley ahuuld make the antidote co-ex-teniire
with the puisun. rw
From the Richmond Compiler 0 July 19,
We are indebted to Mr. SrftnAWtC for
the following hri- f abstmrfc of the proceed
ings before tho Goneral Cnrt, on the Wills
01 John Kminlpli We arc happy to be
ible to furnish matter in' wliich Iho puUic
gcuernlly feel go ilecu an interunt.
THE HANDOLPil WILL CASE.
Sat unlay, 2d July, 1
r The trial of this caiiseerauie on this day
before the General Court, consisting of
Judges Smith, Scott, Lomax, Thompson,
Pm irk er, D u n c a n ; ; Field, Bakers-Brudtn, ba u o
del s, Fry anil Christian.
The parties were repieannted by the fol
lowing counsel: For the plaintifjs, W.n.
Meade and others (trustees for the slavi-a.)
Messrs. Taylor,olrtMn and Walter Jones;
for the defendant, Frederick Jlolmtm, (com
mittee fr St. George Randolph, a mirsonof
insinu mind,) Mr. John It Cook?-; 'artd
for the. riefendant-j, Henry St. George Tuck.
er, Bemiv I iiclter. and John 11. lit van Sl
wife, Messrs Slanurd enl J.lioan
The counsel lor the plaintiff presented-
for prohit a will of John Kandfllph, beSTf-
ing datu May 4th, 1819, (the same mat
was communicated to me ueiierai vsumt
. . . . ' -11
dining the trial of tho prohal ol the win
of 1892, by Iir. John Brockeiiuiotign;
which is as follows : '
In the name of God, amen. 1.4 John
Randolph of Roanoke, in the county or
Charlotte, der ordain this writing, written
with my on hand, this fourth day of My
one thousand eight hundred end nineteen,
to be my last will and testament, hereby re
voking all others whatsoever.
1 give to-any; staves; tneir ireeuoma u
which my conscience tell me they are jost
. f-BtrthBV-it has a lotig time been a mat
tot i4-ib decpeai.tegwi. totnBfWaiuwjai"
. . . . ., . . 1
cumstanceq under which I inherited tnm,
and the obstacles thiowa. in the way by the
laws of the land, have prevented my emao
ctpating them in toy life-tune, whicn it s
my full intention 10 do in case csu -
complish it. ' '-
. a a. - a a
AH the rest and residue ot my esie,
fwith the exceoliona hereafter made) wheth
er real or personal, 1 bequeath to William
Tmiire.of Halifax. Attorney at Law
-to the Rev. William Meade, of Frederick,
and to Francia Scott Key. : Esa. of ueorge-
Diktrict of Columbia, in trust for the
r.illnwinw use. and nurDOses. viz: in. 10
' - - . - . . . m
provide one or more tracts ot laoa in my
of the States ot Territories, not exceeding in
T , ' . . ,
the. aihole) four thousand acres, nor less
than two thousand axresa-tobn partitioned
and apportioned by ttrevjvin sneb manner
as to them may seem best among the said
laeee. 2d. To DSV th eXPflS of tbcif
nmniil and) of furnisbina them frith BCCvaV
saty cabins, clothes and atensirg, 3d. To
pay tho expense, not exceeding four boa
dred dollars pet annum- ot the ducatioii
1 1 . .... 1 r':" . 1 . , f b.' iviiv'.mavu rmv n w , mm . -
rJ Jnktt Ra.al.tL r' . .
. - TT- 'mmmwm vxar. 6ia B. Mall ar.
rive at lbs air. of Lu tj.
' WMVau , ajJBB UIHngLIH eTyaV' , aVVamaaViaa. AM.ak "
ley ten tbouaand dollars. , -
,1?T wf wd f nid esUte. to
ZlXT9tV9H tot called
vaiiege. s ,
I eWo to Toeodenek Clsnd W-itl.r .tt
my books, plate, honsebold and kitchen fur
otture, and all me linoraal-
pistols, and tho choice of sit of my
horses, or brood mares, anal m. jnl. u.:l
and my bet riding saddle fc talice. It is my
axil ani ai.. .1... .
..... my esecutorf give
or security for tha t,.. -n i.
them. In witoets whereof, bate hereunto
etmy hand, akd affixed my seal, the day
and year above written. , '
JOHN RANDOLPH, of Roanoke,
codicil. me my will and de-ire., that
m? JnmLi his wife,
V" q'lito comiomue. It iasnv ini.n.
lion, that my reversionary claims on. Mrs.
uio.igci'8 and Airs. Kandoiob estate, afaould
pass by the devise of my executors, who
may .rn any portion, or the whol. br m.
said estate, 0! whatsoever nature it may be,
the specified devises only excepted.
- - ' ; IL 1 r. titty
Doctor Brockenbrouffh waa then examtn.
ed for the plaintiffs, sod ststod tha the
will of 1819 ia in the band writing of John
Randolph, dee'd , who wrote it at witness's
ille, in the Bsnk of Virginia, in very
short time, snd delivered it to witness
then said he had something to add, and
took tt bark. After makinff the' addition.
Mr. K. again gave it to faim. It was put
into witness's dra wer,& there remained, nev-
er read by the witness at any time, until he
ound it & sent it to the clerk oftbis court in
uly last. Witness bad been onderth
impression that he bad dfvef it back to
Mr R , and it was by accident he discover
ed it to be still in bis possession. . Did not
remember ".I 7 " "V " ,Z
j tbe drawer, i eatator in
r ' -.tnesa it was his will: but the cir-
umaiancje niBoe nuie impression on ine wit
ness. Mr. K. saked witness U have tbe will
back, sevetal years after the writing. Wit
ness said very welLand Mr, Randolph short
ly after left town,tbe matter not having been
again mentioned. Witness being question
ed aato the state of Mr. R's mind at the
time of writing the w ill, said be could not
exactly say. lle had been a good deal ex
cited about that period by the failure of the
firm of Tompkins snd Murray ; by whom
he filr. R ) lost a considerable sum of mo
ney Did not recollect that Mr. R. waa at
elf excited thatapring.until witnesainformed
him of the failure. He at first received the
information calmly; but next day exhibited
much vexation, and abused the Ranks for
gyving credti to individuals who did notdo-
"rve it. Being questioned by the court,
witness could not say whether Tompkins &
Murray failed before or after the writing ol
the will ; but it was in the same year.
Witness remarked no other excitement
than that which arose from the failure of
T. & M. on that occasion. Questioned as
to Mr. R.yeligtous impression, at tbat pe
riod aaid tiTwaa enthusiastic on that sub
jf t, but he rvoke and wrote or other sub
jects like a man of sense, and witness did
not think his religious enthusiasm went to
the length of derangement at any rate
there were many wJM went fully as far on
that subject who were not considered in
wane. Witness thought Mr. R under this
Ktrong religious bias from 1818 to I82S
Thinks be did; not use any profane language
during that period, he was really pious; and
that Ins couduct was unusually mild and
forbearing. Witness wss further examined
aa to vanoos incidents of , Mr. R's life, and,
certain extravagances of conduct jhr'Tooft i
visits toHichmond,in ik- - ,8' I
and the e,-r.diale years. Q'testiimed
whether Jie thonghi Mr. R. deranged in
18S0; witness ssid he differed fiom other
persons who thought Mr. R s extrsvngance
arose" from insanity.- Witness never saw
him, when, if money were concerned, be
wss not perfectly colleeted. It ho bad a
bargain to be ofade, ha could be as cool as
-af .... - a a ltl.
-ynah. .-In I8S0, MrK. betiavea wtiaiy,
lrfdressed in a strange manner; hut be oc
casion's Jly conveised aa rationally as ever.
which induced witness 10 auriuiite ins con
duct to eccentricity. Questioned wht?ther
he recollected any extravagant conduct on
the part of Mr. R. at the timo of Com. De
calm's death; said he did not, although be
bsd heard of it. Recollects that Mr. tv
detailed to witness the ceremonies at Deca-
Tut'i fnneral. arrd that l mentioned among
uirs mnerai, sn tun no nreimuucu "
irou; cheeks of Commodore Rogers: but ob
served no excitement in Mr. It 's conduct
at the time, except that he shed tears during
tbe relation. . Questioned as to a cones-
nondenre between Mr. Randolob snd GoV-
erneur Morris, noticed in the deposition of
R. W L-ioh at the former trial and wbelnf r
that rnrresnnndance Was in thO UaOX Ol
Virginia Said he did not know. II was
v . . a .a I J aa.aT Mm
formerly depoaited were m inw oaou. m
Daodridge, by a lady who reeved it from
Mrs. Morris, and who sent it tners w g
of it . . v ' ."
' Isham Randolph being eximlned lor ins
defendant XIabson. stated that he went to
KnannkSv with MrL Randoloh. in the spring
of 1819. WOnes went to City Point
wjjer, Mr. B. was to meet Win. when they
met there, Mi-B to A lUriUoi..
iam. -itne-s at City Point to pack bis
tmntra nrana-aiorv for a f OYtgS U EOfOpe.
When thar mat a few days afterwards at
Petersburg, Mr. R. r informed witness that
he bad given op going to Europe, and they
Ota n to UuiwU. Vitasaf suid
MiA! hdfrennentconver -
-.v.Ua..wiin mm, lit which Mr. R: talked
innnnwniiiits ..f i il y . ti -. '
flJ",t9& ln.-1 hi were no bet.
itt ? JW ld get nnr
iBf.fro;W. Mr' It offered VitneJ
a , a
li. rha ". w w,u ep tnd
life mere, rnis offer Me. R. M-.,a4 .
.V na argea him ta enm. - --4
lf there. 'Thuj off.f Mr. R. Wpe.tod(whBtt
fall of that rear. ritn.. .....Ij
and take possession 1 ' met nr. v ' o..:
ton Randolnhk. on ih -
, . - i w v'tmerBS.
Durinfftlie evening Mr. R. lalkerijpoii
... . .,.v, nu seemed nrgliiy in
tne inorninir witness meniSnn-.l - a.1
al w"Koing up to the plantation t but
mr. iv. uaoe no answer, ami tbim...
that he had changed his mind, and came
K'cnmond. Mr. Randolph never
S. d.i;rfit0'M beln. 1"ioned u lo
orandab.vvhich beeoutd fix themt but
fterward ascertained that he was mts
ulen' ' to iis refened to
were made in 1820 and 2L instead
of 1810 and 1820. Witness did not visit
Mr, K. again until 1827. and -'.flee
that vis'.Ud liim evenr fall. ..eant k..
tie was in Kussis, until his death. Quea-
tioned whether he had ever heard Mr. R.
speak on the subject of emancipation ; said
he had. Mr. R. spoke to witness of a will
he had made setting his negroes free ; but
k..t k- j:..K-AK..l n. 1 1 1
us uiafiwvuu vi it, auu wouiucnange
iu tie asm tie thought his brother Diek
must nave been out of hi senses when he
emancipated his slaves. After his return
from Russia, Mr. R. told witneas that he
had revoked that part of his will. Wit
neas was under the impression during eve-
ry visii ne mane 10 Air. tt. trut there were
intervals when he was not himself, ; Ques
tioned a to his opinion whether Mr. R.
was ever from 1819 to the time he went
toBussia, capable of making a soendJi.
that whenever he spokeniev.
ol the distribution of hi property, or of his
will, he became incoherent, end would fly
oflirin "Wther -wordr- he would-ftolf, "aid
leave the subject sbruptly. It was wit
ness s opinion that whenever he spoke on
that eubpet his head began to be disorder
ed. AI ter a litfle time Jte would settle
down and become rational again. .
z Mr, .Cooke offered a series of letters,
written by Mr. R to Beverly Tucker, and
one from Mr. B. T. of various dates,' and
intended to elucidate the stste of Mr. R's
mind in the year 1819, having first called
the attention of the Court to a passage in
the former testimony of Judge Leigh,""
which bears upon these letters.
Mr C. ala.i with the consent of the oth
er counsel, offered portions of the record
of the former trial as evidence in the pres
ent case, aud' particularly a series of John
Randolph's letters from 1708 to 1809. Mr.
Sianard also offered a continuation of the
series from' 1810 to 1829.
Mr. J. A. Chevallie alates, that he was
well acquainted with Mr. John Randolph,
deceased, for thirty years preceding his
death. He met with him on board a
fcieamboat coming'from Norfolk to Rich
mond 011 the 14 th of April, 1820. Mr.
Randolph on the preceding day had arri
ved at Norfolk from Washington or Balti
more. 1 When he first aaw him aboard of
the boft, Mr. Randolph appeared to be ve
ry much excited, about aomething that had
occurred on the day before.' He stated
that a Frenchman, who waa a servsn of
Mr. Hyde De Neuville, the French Mmw-
and who had slopd rrr " '
when ne tiin.f.rr , .:, .i,. kyl.. ide
a a a .
iiniiii iiau uau too u-
aitoble aboard tl,.b-rthe preceding day
that he had resented his insolence snd
threatened to shout him with his dou
ble barrelled gun, which he had with him
(and which the witneas aaw,; if he did not
quit the table. Mr. Randolph abused, the
Frenchman verv much, and aaid he had
called him to his face eofuin snd pol'mon,
Jus. After breakfast M r. Randol ph came
where witness was sitting, took a seat by
him, treated hint with marked politeness.
and engaged in a conversation witn mm res
peeling French Literature.the etymology of
French words, &c.J wlicli,conversstion he
conducted witlihncli ability and learning,
proving himseirniy master or the snojeci.
When they aWved at City Point, Mr. R's
carriage and hoses were got oro on the
wharf for hijnjr proceed (witness under
stood) to Pctersburg---witneis;w
t h Whiiti nI servant carhe and told him
. . , , .
ne went on r-
atanding On ht wharf, and as soon UM
saw the witness he saluted him. waivimj;
his hat over hie head, and eried out Uiree
Sme. -ttff. rot," in on d joje
During the rfa after they left , NorfoU Mind
hefoMarming at City Foint. Ht?
dolph drank great qoanutr
Questioned whst his impressioo was.
S lime, of Mr. Randolph'. .Ute of mind
llssy. that Mr. R-odoIph w eo; miable
....i . -t, conversation that lie
oeioro arirriH - m
in m uuuu ---- t
. ji u. i in think of biS State Ol
th. boat, and beard his account of te nteet-
, .k- X-p-ne.hman. he thought it V
wildly bout it thst afterwsrthv Jn their
.....,t;An eeaneetins' French literature
...j .tka ii.ni. he seemed to him to be
.anrinail -nil rational that Wneit He tOOK
leavw of him he ected , like; ft niadman,
.hter. mlrhi have been occasioned by the
quantity of porter he drank dwlng tUstni
fxom Itonout to vy w -; , . ,
t mided..nrnr &Amp
l , . . r
I "-riii&m liZW
A Last wenia a. . . .
We Meawa, John VW
Clark A Dm. U Tf
Street, sad alto Train tha m,xftr .V. . .: .
w waw ana) IW aV 1 auaw am 1 aaka a
, a S . T t- - - --w --w aTV a-.aas? -3:
t "nueni j osatenam and' Adams. PrLit
I FaewMb u . ot Kt w" . : H
wlih tnatr wnteat. tAtall . d-m-i I
ebarea .ppoaito waa aeveral time oaf Jlre 1 1
extiogoirtad by tb persevering .fforts t i
mw i sad the walls ia fallintr toullv de .
e the nick earpeater'a shop of Mt. 'i It
Bloamer, sdjoiniug. ' The total ) Is cc: ,
t lOO.Oim, and only partially incureJ. Il
extensiy. eatblishinenlff Messrs. 11 l '
adjoining the church on Gold etreet.e
scene of the OonlUjrratkjo, was s-vsr. t
imminent danger, but waa "provi t w
by mean of Atura. pump U b yt w
is attached a hose, and eot nested v iih lb
engine establishment. A lad who .:, t
rooms of Mr, Dearborn, leapt f.c a t -
story window, and Waa4 eoruddv.- S-ly
etherwia. injared, tliurh not dar ;ry
. dnotlur ATabuut twelve o'clocL-, t.
nr. M Uuld street waa at ita I
larm was aivei. and found to r.
wwtogof tb.cari-r.!t j ehr-tf ,
" the raw of FrankU;. . : . ,
w-aviw, . t a. name sprtr i.
lore it Mld b gut under, x t
Franklin, and dv. so Gree ticd, v ae, t
H.rf.h-Jro.tt, t ,!--rJ, t
witha fr.nWk,lWinh tUu
eofferer were Mr. J.fcU.nn, ' Va!', r
cheea, and J. Robinson. Fui ior i fulw
were unable to leant. - ,.i
W. regret to atate that a f.-eman, ,
nam. we did not tears; fell f0m th. tJ
of th. houses, and was killed. JVV l
1 '-- .... . f
Ran Vodestyia the Greensburj (In!
Repository ol tne 9th instant, wa n.l i
lowing , right honset letter Imta an In.'
who Lad been'nominatt J as a candidate v.
ia th Stat Legislature : ' ' ' r.
JMZtd&f i Heiue Dubliih thL:!ow'
had thought I could stand a poll for Slat,
resentodve,but l have mots lullyldiscove,
inability to discharge, the duties of th"
thtarfw.ai aHiHift.,a..a-J. I m..r
pf-m f-tmmA iUfftynmm, lt 4tie
oonatiisents, I feel it my ( duty to iani 't
and am only sorry t! at I t-'i r-"M
owo conaeoi) ";toi aWpl tL. oo;a..un. .
under obligauoa to my friends for their k'
su ranees of success, v 11 ad I eontiooed t,
my prospect twreunly : faltering t y
mure naiwrin, tne wor?ersy fjeiin-. I
my friend wiil excuse r.s.
Itkanneceed abroad that the i.(fva7
ty vi jponnern Antiquaries, at ,opo.u
about pubHhii. by auliscrip i. n a work w .
to throw new light upon the discovery of
ica ; tt will bs entitled " Anii'iuitates i
eana)," era eollsetion of th account ekl
HMdandie ajul other Scandinavian mannsoi
latJv to voyages of discovery to north An
road, by th. Scandinavian in the lPift a
lowing centuries. , Jt is declared, that i
eompnee testimony, the tnoet au'.ucntia an'
frsgabie, that ionn Amsnca waa actual
covered by tn. Northmen ' towards tb. c;
the lout century, visited by them repeated
ring the llih.and I2th, (soma of them',
making settlements as , colonists J re-disc
towards tha eloaa at lh. I3(h. aud feffain
edly reaortod 19 la the eoorsa of th. I4ih.j
aid, moreover, thai what serves in no so.
gree to enhance th value or ines aocum
the areal aormrent "Probability, amonrtur.
deed, almost to erUiniy,tbst it waa a I
ledge of these facts that prompted th ever
orabl. eipeditioo of Columbo himself 1
t. a. m Im at
trite low report a iv roacn
! . a S AT. aT..ala.-j tmf. .- 1.
per, and looa. eageriyaur wun ,
' -T ' .. ... aa ..... ...
; . ;, . - ,' mnnuwimt ar-
' aa . ,; r 1
frcm the JVb. mmm! Gwttf'.JMj 11
Ther ia undoubtedly mors meant than I
the eye in lh. Ut. Treasury Cirwelaer--r
van eeriificaua of deposits froin Wv
banks sre to be refuel, TT?r CS
twn,Ja-N..Miiig oi in. eunencj, is in c
piaiion a war upon the long-established i
of things, th. first effect of which will I
ther pressure in tb. mousy market ; rrcc
bs wnhdiawn from the Atlaat!o cities, I
admitted by Mia Glob it should be, end ,
taihnenl of disoonnts , result. , Th, New
bankafsays lh. Commercial ''jaVdvenrserj
prepaiattohs lor mis exigency yeeieroay t
and others must oo likewise. 'TbeUCv
Olarea that the Incarcerated million '
now Ii in th. Atlanuo banks will eom
not for exportation, bat for immigration to t
torior." lint will , it not have t ,.'ta corns i
and who iato nay fur all this naelees trav
The land purchasers must incur the exier
the Orst removal, ana in. uovernmeni,w
wishes to meet th appro piiations of Co:
must transport il back again, -' it wif,'
lh wisdom and- foresight of a wl P"
head to regulate this march f Peclf' t:
which will b. slack fast to- Temtori t
the X1" MJU3 totf
anows whsroi The deposit bafcls
fben be applied to in vain for moot', an J i .
snc. alemanded when ther. la nehe-"
bad. Good banks.' 4 , Is said,; He..! r
shocksd bad ooss ought , to be.'-t
aot so sure of the first pari of the ptopoauU 1 1
lh. second, time will show, we fear, ibat i i
trwa A anoca, now.er. wuwwi""
tb esrteocy must shiver belore tbe gaiei .
aee aaiaiy oy. nauung m
1 1 1 . . ., i r :." i. . ,:. .it:.L .a I.,.
oaavaas. ' .
vFrom t&sJVVt Orteartl 134) 8. j
Peon Texas ABy th temu Caepia
rived last night, we learn that infonnauoa I
received at Natchitoches on lb 17th tl:. t
division ofth Mexican army of 7, coo men ;
marehed iotoTexu ; In eonsequenee efj
Geo. Rask. oommaoder ot ttbe i
has thuoghi it prodeni to rausai sts
.. .. -aT.' . . .aV. J' :', . . . J
IVem lis Xkm 4rtt
wT. a. ma r.MTa.Sild that Om..S
f 'ajKoUlog rapidly at tUusori. v- -