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silicic we take from the Lj
. snirie we iskb irom ire un.i
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ill fid wc publish it and recommend"
il?e moire, because it is very expressive
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:'1 i AIi"aW ihe Report of the-Secre-
sri vt " 1 1 '
Ujr pteferpnr.e to a small Standi
t Jo htcfeTnat me ncopieoi uie wnoie
iLllil te'Uit$d,5houia pay a'lenlion'to the
:lr.ft(J ttf-illf efroce-of their blood bought
,:!t!ia IWp'jN capable at aTnomenls
'"f.LUvhe irainfd bands of an enemy o(
vJljrfJarMl and a fearless encounter
!S STANDING ARMY.
. f c InLi fi'r.rtarv of War. vn were.
i W'-er am82ement at the bold
manner in ' which' 'he re.
ujf lp pea evrps uc reserve, dui wb
"i: f J.1.2 rrtiool mnQ . in I Via nrnnniilinh
e; jtve. w '.the little 'interest
iHjannunci'ation" both among
Meddtlfo foes of the Adnjinislra-
v.. 'nphaiinmi toHarge StaDd tng Armies
t u if PJf a pfominent article in the Re-
of tie iiccrgrtizel principles of that party;
.MmhleS twdfth- foot by those wha erTeci to;
nia jlftlimaie rheirs and' defenders, that
Teplt0"'1? t8'a In eyerv omcr par
,J.0Lrgirei3iJ been but a. complete and
tlal vers ioti of old-opinions the
fera!inik Yesterday -being the Deimoc
rtv fcf MJa tiJl' circumstance which has
-isnTtcased to;bo amons the marvels of
t lirak kw nojiew, proof of the fact can
f Jdd fP ifc "mirid. What is - the prop.
Vtiboll We,bpg; leave once more to quote
'rqr)Uf;Oidfo(;the Report of the Secre-I
:y cf Vi: ;il!says;.;U;
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5jpropoea to umue me unueu
S'-s-is iiitlfeigfitffpilitary districts, and to
yjioni t3e tnilttia iq each distuct, so as
c at Hodvor twelve thousand !five-
bnndrej pen t active service ; and anoth
trbf Iqifal ngjnriberTasa reserve. KThis
w $ud an ja'f med mililiaj force of .two
;ti3cre(ibusand mpn, so dnlled and sta
LWeU a qe reauy io jane tueir piaces in
ieMnklln defence pf the country, whenJ
rerlcaltcii upbn to oppose the enemy or
r-pet th 'Invader.! 'lhe age of the re r mil
u 6 Ham tkehlv to thirty-seven. The
iha!etrm of f service to.be'eiffht years ;
. 1 Pv .'fl i It J J v: lvH- i r.i till
uirih iartl 1 wentj-.five thou.
Wave the service every year,
pi!kt the 'conclusion Of the: first; term.
' Ir .d J M tt 1 1' iL..i Jj .;i;r
Mif mluB futyi altpgether,1 at the end of
tbesecfifp. InHhis, manner twenty-live
fre. U'wilrbe SHiucient for alii useful
pifpostt'tL-.ttheVeioaiiider of the militia,
w-LSamiu T-rEUiauiina pruviucu iur men
totrrnajertf, ,b enrolled anu .;.oe mostereu
it lon;nif -siatM intervals; for in due
profesafShf ;timeJnearlv the whole mass of
iw nuiwa jwiu fpassj inrougu me uta auu
wJiclasses, fand !bo either members of
tli -..tft-l.'s. -;. . . I L il.. C.i ..1
thf Active corjis qt of the reserve, or coun-
Mam?? thte-exemnts. who will be liable
tal7laient;Ttli number of dayr ot service,
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naratf of compensation ooglit to be
find bi lay; out! theidetails had better be
5tu ijt;r jo Teguiawon, a pa" ui wmcu 1 1
ifreftired,to pubm,it toNyou " ; , . -
An(li!ielPresldentlin; his Annual Mes-
nitUmi tlie-recommendation of his
SacretivVrwhkli he says. khe cannot tdo
i'msh rtcbfntend to the consideration
to increase tne Jteutar i
foVio lOO.fioO'men would have : excited
apfreln non? ofj the people, who have
en always tstight to regard large Standing I
W in tiime of ppace as both pernicious 1
f dageroQsnernicious becaase the im-
tcn'c cxpehrtj- would 'eat out the sub-
umceof the pV)pleV by oppressive taxa-
? langrons, because it would place in
U ihands ofthe ' Commander iii Chief j"
conynieni-inirnneai,to effect the over-
! ' I,4'innan segmentation or the Standing
ja0? slropS. and " felt to tnxiely
tnen, will be (liscnargeu irom mi- stracted. bv construction, from Itbe f eopfe
dotyevery yparjand twenty-five thou- and the States": the new Federalists, who
fifhh rerfuits be" received into the ser- ca themselves Democratic Republicans;!
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called urion only , in periods ol inva- Uie Globe aiidihe Enquirer t five y
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f03fir:imrrrir1ent peril. The manner pf and hv the -latter Daner still rabre
wi ui. mi; Misumvionsana to inrow gates ot tne ciapitoi. Ana ints, ieuuw-m-Mr,
Imperil Purple over the shoulder of izens. is the purpose for which we are wapi-
emoiiipsv war, , ij j ; j ed not iojighl the battles oj Tilt; UUUflf -Balm
wb.tt does ihis notable irUm AXrA TRY in i he! field !'of blood ; but tol Hskt Me
Hfrm a pibposition to augment hba'Be.i
Mr .ArrniF.! tf-
; Oa hecttciof j2yn;?e, It may be worse,
u:jjenijng aitogetner ufinn-ipe -rate or com-
Jfaiafilbe bercafft-r fixed. .But wbeih-1
vuh ra;e w compensation ia iu uo more i
5r1p's9 than4 !fh'at., now T paid-, to .the re-1
mr itcffuiar Army, u is very
"Wctitthat this, is no time to add such an
potmous aidount as it must involve. tp the
mymUlijns'ner annurn already expended
lT 'is ecoTidmtcaZ Ailmmistration. bv which
been drained bf its laltclol-
nrccsarv a resort to the deceo
Jsplan of replenishing its exhau'slef vaults
issueaof VVeasMn iVbfe the exact
'o$weipart0f the Continental Wonev of the
ionahd ihe French A?signats ! Let
p. foet oi tne warlike Mr. rom3ett, a traitor, j J fie rresiaent tu-day denoun
7 Uie President says be, cannot too ces the Sub-Ieisnry scheme, and they
";jn?'Jf renoimmendp the constderationiot
be t adopted, and the thirty mi(-
tj3-0( dollars per annum, which ate-riow
j'iiyidrswtt Horn the Federal Tasury
. rpporttbe profligate extravagance of this!
piiistrnttpn, which came into power an.
e pompous banner of u Retrenchment
yiuii:. niii uo BwrHcu ivi uvuuid ur
I mount, And then weihall see
EDITORS AND PROPRinTORS; ;
pretenders to IDemocracf. occupy ins ; the (in
ground of DrJJohnson and : the Tories; of plej declaring that support of the Sub-Treas-Great
Britain, jn theiri controversy .'with thex ory is the I hird article of the Republican
American; Colonies prior to the Revolution, I
and laboartng to prove JLaxahon noj Ty
ranriy V; Suci a recorameiujationj at such
a time, all will allow, is a tiiumohant tefo
iatioh of; ti. yahi Bnrens pretended anxie-
for an econamifal government! I
But we have other andlraore decided ob-1
jections to this scheme of a great Standing! if it be not to make the President the law
Array, than thbsel which jrrowVoutj of ecp-i making and ; law-expounding as wel jas tlie
nomical considerations.; il he nrst is, thalj
there is 00 necessity for these warlike dem-.
onslrations. Vhat enemy are we called
upon to combat ? in, what-quarter of the
horizon is a specie' of war discernible ? No
where, exceptj with the wretched handful of
Seminoles in iFIonda, which even; if they;
might not be left to the tender! mercies of
'new allies, ' me bioodhounos 01 uu-ii
ba where, it ; seems, we go for-warriors j
as well as systems of finance could bard- j
ly aeraana me Division 01 me - umoa inio jiruiu umwiuc ouu 1 ressurers ; uuuumeu
eight military districts,Vand the drganiza-j becabse, being Pope, the Senate are hound
tion of 200,000 militia 'recruits.' It is true to jjbnfirm his nominations so long!! as he
we have occasibniilf muttering of thun-l retains a majority oC servile followers in that
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sioniiir a muttering
der from the;:Nortbeastern boundary lino:
but we have rid idea that! two of the most j
enlightened and! Christian countries on the;
dobe will consent to plunse into a bloody!
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war for the saie of ,a strip . of land, whichl ities of fighters and voters either jtoj oper
would hardly jbe deemed of a sufficient Vail ate! against a foreign foe, or to 'punish en-
ue lobe litisltediby twb neishbbrs in all
court OI JUSUCO. il, nowevcr, in mis opiOf yunwunw, mure lauuiui rower, inaumeir
ion we be mistaken, and a war shall grow Turkish models, because it is to be a jprt
out of this quarrel it willt tbn be time? of their 'dMin to vote accordtng tp j ojderj
enough" to raise not a wcrmanenr St a ndinsH from Washington. ll Ii. I
Army, to endure through all fuldre time as a
source of Lxeculive patronage, and as a pil
lar of supportiot the hand that; feeds it
dui a temporary Army, 10 oo uisoaiiucu
when the emergency that! calls it into exl
istence, shall in b longer exist, i t
Wo have accidental! danced, in the
preceding paragraph, at one of the roost odi
ous features of Mr. Poinseetl's anti-republi
can recommendation, eirnestlt' endorsed
as it is by ourl republican Uhief alagistrate r,n
Air. van Kureni ; it s ne autrmeniaiion o
Execntive patlonagr and jpower which mujlj
be one of its riecessarv concomitants, and
which is, in ouhopinion,!the leading motivi
of its authors! j We believe so because it i$
in It ppnmtr with eveirv nilier measure of the i
Administration)! the whole of wliicn go faf
beyond tne old federal doctrines 01 uam
ilton. Jay and the elder AdarnsYih this tha
whereas, the old Federalists went for a strong
central governrhehttbey proposed ftp. mak)
Congress ibe depository of the! powers, ab-
00 likewise for a strong central i?overomenti
but propose 10 maKe ine rresmem me oe
denositorv of toe bowers abstracted not orjil
ly from the People! and the States but, from
Congress also ! j Look, for example, . at the
process bv which this gradual assimilation of
our system to tne fjonarcnies pi curope is
0infforr: 1.1 The President claims to be
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custodian; of the public purse : and the!
Kiih.Treasnrir1 scheme, ax demonstrated bii
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concedes to him this dangerous prerogative;
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though by thelconstitution it is expressly
confided to Congress. 2. The President
ciaims to be sa component pari oi tae Liegis
lative department ; though by the constilu-
tion, the Executive and Legislative depart-
ments are sejjariited bytwide, and,jjwe had
hoped, impassable! barriers.' Si The Prclir
dent now asks: to be placed ; at the head
of 200.000 militia, to be : renularlv orgnn-
nea ana paia : pyune leaerai goveimueui
a scheme which will place him l the head
of 200,000 (VOTERS as wellhas 200,OpQ
soldiers, to be ltd to the polls under his bf-
ficers, who, nhen the countiy shall be divi-
ded into eight military districts, will
have his sphere of political operations mark-
ed out for him, and which wilt be a much
more etTertual jrhode of overthrowing the
liberties of Jbe (country than if they wire
headed by an Usurper and marched to the
battles of THE PARTY at the poll A
Standing Army oi ueguiars wpuiq naveno
right to rofep-liefice the Admipistralion gfe
fer a Standin Armv nominally oi DiiUlia.
but really as! efifective and as bbnoxiouslias
regulars, who tciil nave mat ngot, ana wno
mil doubtless exercise it in cobformity with
we orders nhose who oavi them, civen
through the r dfficers, whose f DUTY Wit
will be accbrdini?, to the Report of the
rank federal! Senator Wall' & New Jer
I sey, adopted Hbv thn whnle Administra-
lion party, fp feleclioneer in favour of the
meo in power ! Anli d A Th Prett
jient is now. the only authorized expounder
of the cannons; of the Republican creeo' :
differenco With ! whom taregarded aa trea-
f son, and .the dissentient is punished! ! as
are all heretics who co not echo bis
wsrenoo'i?cnjg cry.To-tnprrowi , hede
clarea that ?support of the Sub-Treasury is
a fejl of republicanisra ; "and behold, they
who deny it are excommunicated and anath-
I ematized, whilp we have seen such men
even as Mai. Ch. Yancev xf Buchiogbam
i buu i nnm a nurnin ni. rv iriimnrifi. biiii
hosts of others who might be named giving
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tbeir adhesion to an Address to thPeo:-
creed ! (See Democratic . Addres9 jtp the
reople of Virginia issued by the late Con
vention al Ricbmond.) ; , j
' What, we ak. in the'name of common
sensed what is the meaning of alilfihete
measores jcoupled. with others, :whieh
might, if it were necessary, be mcntione'd.
law executing power in the government,-
tp arm him with the Purse and the! S word,
- and to make htm a Monarch in every
thingijut the name ? According to the '?ietc
Dernocratic creed, be is, j vi
Jrtr$t, out Political Pope, to dissent from
whose opinions is treason, to bo published
by excommonicalton and decapitation 5S
oeconcuy; ne noias tne furse, ovexer-
teisrng the anlimitod power of appointment,
inq the irresponsible power of removing
r.AiMli:!!. J..L. . . 1
body: ' i s I
, Thirdly, ho proposes to place himself at
the head of a Standing Army of 200,000
men, combining the hitherto disunited4 qual-
emips" at home a disciplined corps of
And fourthly, the President asserts: his
right to interfere with the legislation, of
Congress, by declaring that "the Executive;
is a component pari ui me gisiaiiye ue
With these powers and prerogatives, is he
not every inch a King? Wei appeal; to thel
sober and dispassionate judgment l of; ale
men of all paities? If there be any thing
else necessary to make him one, it is only
f"B exiernaia oi me Kingiy omcefin-
mbnds - lhe stars and 'garters which will
viuwu aim ate uic-riuc ruws auuni'a
not oe zong oeiore ne will assume tor him-i
self, and dispense to his followers, il'Slust
theeaitri quake, before the people will; be
Friends of Freedom! onward press ;
Wrongs and grievncrs redress; ly
Tyrants rout and rogues repress,! r
. ! And rescue; Liberty.
WhoMl surrender freedom's boon
For Van Baren or Calhonn ?
Who will prove themselves so soon
Unworthy to be free ! j
Hireling sycophants disperse, p
(Unworthy to be named in verse) j
Whoto 8 word would add the pur?e,
f In base servility.
Who, to answer party aims,
Yield up all our dearest daims.
Leaving naught but empty narues
; To mask their tyranny.
Soldiers, who, with Washington,
Sumter, Green and Marion,
Battles fought and victories won
Where's your courage nVo f
Have your offspring no remains
Of your blood within their veins? j
Shall theytwear a tyrant's chains U-i f
1 1 E'er yet their Fathers' dead !
No, there si ill one hope remains, j
On Ohio's fertile plains. I I
Ardent love of country reigns i
; : Likeihat of Washingtorj.J
. Jeffersonia us ! rally round I I
Him, whose principles are sound,
A true Republican is found .
In General Harrison. fj
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By the late arrivals from Europe we learf the
dissolution of the French Ministry. The VLmg
had three days given him to reconstruct f j but
Our accounts say the time had passed with
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or three hoars and the Country was slil
W i hbu t
a responsible Government.
I The following extract from the Nai
elligencer will be read with interest :
" I" forming an opinion of the ones I ion be-
tween the French King's Ministers abdt )he
against the former the dissolution of t He Minis-
Uy took place, it ooght to be noed that the pro-
pusiiiuu jm uie uui(iw t-uuuw ment oi line
Uuke de JNemours, one of the King's Sons, was
founded on a resolution passed by ihe Cbimber
of Deputies in December,, 1830, a few mouths
after Louis Philippe was called to thelihrke of
France. aad which ma v be regarded aa ilariof
th. dnnal tlntinn nf thxl Cnvcrn man on! r..ll.tvo
fTbe dotation of the vounsrer sons of thre Minw
shall be regulated by a law. as the Prildes shall
attain the age at which their establishment shall
oecomo necwsij. ine iving'8 .Ministers,
tharefbre,:in proposing the dotation of fhe pDjuk.
bot popular, however, aad - the Minisil were
defeated. The Chamber of Deputies rial become
too Republican in sentiment for ihe system
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uovernmeut 01 wmcn iuai vnaraoer is a pari.
There is one crrcumstance ronnected with the
laieaeieai oi ine ivoyai wimo me i;panoer oi
pepnUes which shows that body toHntertain
Kepreaenutives. Inert, when they sdeslre
free the Members Irom the influence of the L.x
ecnino iaTor or aispieasare in ine decision ot any
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iaiucuiar qnesuun, toey resort io joe cauoci! oruaers, imposed ai ine aesaion uiituc Ac"ioia
jjcc, iu uiuei loasbcn tuo luurpeuueoco vi
f Kir ' J v"
Tiro Ilolls. and Ftfiy
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publicao, that of the' Phamber of fOeptities of
France, cr that of the House of RaDxesen
of the United Slates ? J: j ;!
From Uie Missouri Republican,
WHAT BOES IT MEAN.
Col. Bent oa being invited to attend ; the: eel
oration of the Eighth
If January, at fhiladel-
phia, sent ihe suoinedpetter and toast, which,
coming ftiira hioi, is ratjier ominoosi Cab it 6e (
that Lol. Uenton revolt! at the " base coalition
between Van Baren and! Calboan f 1 The Cin
cinnati Gazette thinks the South Carolina Not
by a hold move, tie may: yet place i himself on
high ground before the parly. Not behir:able to
attend at Philadelphia, fie sent the following iet-
and sentiment :
Washingtow Pitt, Jan. t, 1840.
Gentlemen : I have to thank you ! for the kind
invitation of the democratic citizens of the city I
auu coumy. oi rnuaueipnia, 10 aenu ineir am-
versary celebration of the victory of the;8ih of
JiottA , . r . u t Vuff u IQ ra r 10
attend. I mnt tflko lh IiKortD tn cand ivnn a I
toast, which 1 flutter myself, will be found ap
propriate to the occasion and not inapplicable to
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tne events ot tne timesJ
Gen. Jackson and h
s VictoriesThey were
oreat over the British.lland irreat over the Indi
ans, but greatest of all over the prejudices of that
part of his countrymen who believed that nVli-
THOMAS H. JJENTON.
ThisliTnt at the events of thel
at the People " nowf!" preferring
elite lams jp all others.T s Is, lo say
awful squinting towards Harrison
is a man that always means mure than he otters.
Oh this account, his letter and toas
ticular attention, at this time.
' We knew there ws a party in
led States secretlu Anxious to establish ti
tles and ranks of nobility, but lwe did ript
expect so soon to see them try Iso broad a
step towards their plMect as they hatie tried
with their broad seat." j ji
The above extract is copied from the
last Western Carolinian. We think this
ather a bai),grace from
men who, wnen they commenced their ed
itbrial career, was ail the head of a Dseudo
Vfhig paper, but kept veering jrpupd until
it has become as thorough a Vap Buren pa-
per as any in the-country and we think
gentlemen if any party in this country is in
tJ r i. iJ-1-. i.- -. ii L . :;.:
lavor pi ranKs oi nobility it is the one you
have now enrolled yourselves with. Your
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President it is stated will not 'allow none
but the rich and thos!e high in favor to vis-
it ihf Whii. r?oc:o lnA n,a r.r,A ; ha eo
with most of those jimder hini,
have nothing but circumstance
degrading to the descendants of
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veterans of '76.-rCiaroe Journal.
Petticoat Jlllenl -The Tory papers
are still harping on the story, that t
of Chilicotbe, Ohiojhad voted jGep. Harri
spn a -red flannel' petticoat." I This story
onginateo in mis way. iur.; Alien, tne
present Senator in j Congress (Ironr Ohio,
first started the story in a s
rears ago. Ihe ladies of C
mediatelv denounced it as a falsehood, knd
o RrioHpr Honpl M ihn nhir mttitt noh.
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drel. Allen, never Resented ltl-Fat. Ob-
Charleston a JVaai
tthat the Navy
! ' o ipiriiuiiiru iu ujaae vusnesirn a na-
val slaton, and have appointed CapU Edward
hubhIck thefirit, and Lieut. Knight the
Hlcer " ineatatioo. - i f , . ;
I j luiiiuairUiiViKi vuai itrviuil? IS IO 06
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.gete.'or' sccb sloops' ofj wa r as ca n tfiooie in to i is
Representatives, the vafe bjjballot U abolished, TO THE" WHIGS. OB' NORTH OARO-
and the Executive inflaence sallowed full play, ' T tVA
in all that concerns ihe felection of the Officers , f V ' i - Mr ' !
of the House. Which Wactice is the moil Re- Fellow Cilisens ; It will be recollected
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inerhas out generaied biro, by fallmg into
arras ot ihe XNorthern fnan with Southern prin
tary cnieitains would nipt make safe and good ohJJStates of their just share of the Public IWG Mr Robert INionroe, bcboyikiil, tl.c
Presidents, and who hve been so well bured bf Upds. property, for which North Carolina W,J tbe above distressing malady. Syn.j ta:.-
tbeir error since the example of his administra- n0ured out freeW snme nf Iipc best hlnnd Great langour, flatulency, disturbed rest, rrr
iron, that they now prefer those chieftains to all J?3 JL t vousheadacheV difficulty of breathing,, tightnc f
others. ) j !? ;37.hl;h W??I(? pl3,? dtsposaU a and stricure aCross the'breast, dbtzioesss, r,cr
i Resnertfollr 4r,nr WlnWri hL f - nr that would carry the blessings of Ed u- VOus irritability and restlessness, could net li
vuk Ji PWv I : c!Mon into, every-poor man's Cottage ;; let in a horizontal Position without the sensation cf
j waters. 1 his (as th;Patnot remarkjs) ibe De
1 In- partmentcan do withiboiWaj)plicaiio!i to Con-
gress ; and it expresses the opinion that a lit
tie more exertion willlprocore for Charleston the
lad vantaoe of a nam nnrrt fnr rnnkJttrUnn
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Jowcr of SteamThe Liverpool Adver
tiser in alluding to the terrible gales on the
iixufliniu iu i uwemper gnu uecemoer, anc
ihe stormy passage! both outward and home
f the Liverpool steamer, says that off
Inipa- ;n iJwa vii ivr
T jNew York. the N..
'i - : 'i ' rf
W as s0 heavy .that her prfwerful ma-
cmnery could net drive her over a knot and;
l a "aI per hour, and then justly observes :
I The result of the recent voyage of the
Liverpool is anoter grand j prbof of; the;
newer of ilMtn anil the satetv Of hn U nrn-i
pelled by ii : in hurricane, io jraging W
or in.whirlwinds.le urging powrof i the1
; mMnerjr being bplow the deckp and not
aloft, attached to rjiasts, a steerage way isi
of I g,Ten to tne nuiity unaer an circumstances
-l.r.i.j 1 . '. ,---r
ui wiuu auu wcamcr, anu any course cap
be steered, according to the emer?encv of
i me occasion, tne Joss of masts being of se
cdary consideration? and I beiPgVthrowi
tol ' :V . ;i 1
- 1 Jadge O'Neal has granted a yritt rrory-jr
onion, ioroiaaing ine collection ui mir-w u
f i. i . i . lit .,1 t.t4. t.iJL
uc i luif. i-ornacn oifra.
- it i '
mioLE A0, 400. . '
that at the Whig Convention, held in P fta
leigh on the 12th of November last, it wis
recommended that meetings shonld be cal
led in each Electoral District" to annoint
Delegates to choose an Elector for that Dis
trict, and that the name of the gentleman
selected, should be forwarded to the Cen-
"jl Committee.; to be published and plac-
eH pn tne general bleetoit! 1 icket. la mi
nyJ of the Counties, meetings for this pur-
pose have be;heloVJt is of the highest
iniponance, that the recommendation of the
Convention should receive the prompt at- j
lcqtion oi-an wno are inenniy to tne eiec-1
tidn onniliarn ll JIarrison zs President,
tJh" WerJice president of the
United States.- It cannot be otherwise than
aesiraoie, mat tue ticKei suoum be made I
out ai aseanv a perioa as Dossioie ana sun.
..J a -1 . I : a - tli
mitted to the People. Let all then, who
jr - " . I
are favorable to the election bf those able
Statesmen and true Patriots, who in everv
public trust, amidst every temptation, hive
proved themselves honest, and faithful to
le Countrv ct who are opposed to the
extravagant expenditures of the present Ad-
ministration ; its reckless attempts to break
dpwn the credit system of the Country ; to
u on peopie a poiixy tuey nave to nee
irjccipu iiirougu uieir nepreseniaiives i
prpscription of faithful public officers, for L
opinion's sake ; its efforts to deprive the
GEO. W. HAYWOOD,
HENRY W. MILLER,
WILL: H. BATTLE,
I'liUS. J. biSMAY,
j Raleigh N. C,:.Mfcrch 26j
f' MOST E-XTRAOftDlNAUY CASE.
I 4 t-i
For some time past the curiosity of cur citizens
has been kept in the qui mre concerning an ex
inordinary physical pbenonenon,and of which,
a? jet.no satisfactory explanation has been! at
tfmpted. The learned and unlearned medical
and non-medical the sceptical and the credu
lous have been all equally puzzled by the $p
dkr case, as it must par excellence be called, and
by which souoriguel it still stands acknowledg-
lf F - ,
en. l ne rumouis, wnirn are aiversineo and in
any instances donlt!essex?gi:era'!,are, as we
can trace, derivable at first hand from the medic-
j at gentlemen who have seen the case, and which
finally being communicated from'ono to another,
Have assumed such a character and conferred
I c nli m nnvt r r An lhA eohionr aa Tnrtl1 miv fur
t 7UvU IUIVSI laiJwO VU J OUUjbUVy U3 OU1 lUi
The patient while on a visit to a friend in the
epemtry, felt, while in' bed, an object of Some
kind fall upon the upper part of the cheek bone,
j!bst below the left; eye -She brushed it away.
land after a restless ntght, awoke in the morning
smienng us consequences in me lurra w acme
pain, during which time she removed irom the
eye several fragments of the legs of a spider.
ueiurning io luiaciry a lew oays auerwaraa,
fipon complaining to her mother of similar sensa
tion, an examination
y formed dead spide
1 ligationw8 made
&over the seat or hmos oi tne
proved fruitless Noinquiry has. yet been, able
t to detect.lheir seat of empire, and yet theyihave-
eonliuoed ta be remoTed from each eye alternate-
Ut SnmPlimpa from one alone, sometimes! from
both, for a space of six" weeks, to an am iont on
I The eyes assume at times much Inflammatory
irritation and swelling of the lies, with ah in
jected condition ol the ball, and copious suffusion
of tears. .
By some, the spiders sre snpnosed lo be of dif
ferent species; they are, certainly, as we can
learn, at different stages of maturity.
The facts we now give have been submitted
to the medical gentleman who ha3 seen the case,
io'crder to obtain his permission to lay them be-
ifore the public, as well as to avoid any errors.
We are informed by that gentleman that the
;rport we make is in the main correct, wanting
such particularities of detail as weTof course cau-
not be presumed to know or understand.
f Charleston Patriot.
VOICE OF MISSISSIPPI.
The Whig3 and Conservatives of Adams
county, MississippiJield a great roeeiing ,,iC
10th ult., to respond to the Harrisburg nomina
tions. Judje Winchester, Judge Montgomery,
Col. Bingfiaro, Gen. Barrow, ad several other
distinguished men, made eloquent speeches,
nerviog the hearts of the People by.thejrelo
quenee. Popular meetings are about to be held
in various other portions of Mississippi, i Ihe
roar of public opinion is beginning to come np
from that State like the sound of a thousand
seas. !Lotrrt7e Journal.
i. ' . 7"
Lm -Terr. The child who is born on the
29tb day ef, February will behold the recurrence
of hislHrtb jajLbotonce in four years. , Aod this
beibgleap yearvlbe- ladies accordiog to anciect
custom may address the .man, and a baabfoJ ad
mirer may be saved the horror of popping the qaes
lion- lieeo v iciona, counco ; & iw
by giving bim a rose, thus setting an example to
I it all suclir- EXERT themselves, and be pre-j impending suffocation rpalpitaiion.of the bf art.
.linieV aid I pared for the annrnar.hin ffbntp.st. - I tiistressln Morh. Cf'Stiveness. nain of the t(
military 1 r CHAS. MANT.V I' I ach. drowsiness, sreatdebility and deficiency f
i ihe least, an J mrnvrn KDViw the nervous energy. uMrR Monroe gave i:p
WU rl I.? v44, w. uiunn, i .. ij j:. .
was made, when a perfect, sion io panicuiar persou? uu j"avcS, B.u.n.u..
r,of sfcall size, was .renin v- apprehensions of personal danger and poTrrtv,
beinff called, all proper inves- n irKsnroeneaiiu wbiuws
.in order, if rM,ssible, to dis- ted. disquietude on everyr sngnv tx.i., r
uiiiuiaio wm in io i t
average of from two to three every other; day. ciim,oiiiotuiu n w"" 7 "'T a'i "
ortiobs ofwhat is sbpposed to be the ovum, tion other distressingMaie.ii.i u
avbbn also" discharged.. Each' exitof jeitl. . aoaded Jiertomake iriaioi my mooe.,, ' ;
. . ' . -i - i .i L: ; 1 annw nnilt. rpliPVPil. Slid iilldS 1'ff-' k
a nt ma or-weo, is preceded oy acme pam in. ..- " .-.v- .r, ". , , c,-, . .
. - - r . ' . J .. .r.rk.:- I At ..ni-inQKiA nriipndtn(r ta her dr imesn ? Al
port :on ot the r.rgan, ana attention oeing v -; . . . ,t
called, the object is easily removed by the .lairs, out avows ina n WJU7 'V
.TT-OW spirits is t certain state tr t!1( r
Mj accompanied by. indigestion, hfrrin"Y
greatest evils are apprehended orn 'o :
grounds, and ihe worst conseqner.rei i'm'?',, '
Ancient medical writers supsed ihis til
to be confined .u those particular' replcn ef t'
abdomen, technically called bypechohdn i u h
are situated ti.tbe right or left L'e tl that ci
uy, whence cme3 ihe name liypcchcc J.-ias.V
' - - .'.YMfTOMS.
The common corporeal sjmptcrrs are flaii;!:
cy io thesiotnacb or bowels, acrid crucial!
costiveness, spasmodic pains, giddim . . fm.u
of sight, palpitations, and often an utt?r ims
of fixing the attention opon any subject .f i;
portance.or .engaging irr any ihing that c
mands Tigor or courage. Also lanyidars?
the re ind becomes irritable, thoughttuT, tc-r :
iogmelancholly, and dejected, accompanied wi;'
a total derangement of the nervooa sjsitn:
The reent3l feelings and peculiar tram cf J
that haunt the ; imaginai. ;and,;t'verlrl;;
the judgment exhibit an infinite ?;Tersity . 'I i -wisest
ana best of men are as open to this cf...-.
tion as the weakest.': : -
'' ' 'causes. ;;i-"'TV',: ':.
A sedeolary life of any VLiod, ejpeHa'Iv -rete
study, protracted to a late hour in i t n'.-'-t.
and rarely relieved by social iniercourpf , r -erctse',
a dissolote habit, great excess ' in : ;
and drinking, ihe: immoderate use uf nwtjty,
violent porgatives, the spppfessron t !
bitcal discharge, (as, the tbHiruciion of ill., u ru
ses,) or long cunlioual eruptina j relaxauc, i r
bebility of one or more important" organs wi.h:::
he abdomen, is a frrquent cause.
Th? objects of ueatmentjir tu t
tb enliven the spirits, which may U prruM,
by exercise, early hours, regelar - mei!s, c.
Dleasani conversation." -.The bowels (if conv
being careiuuy reguiatea cy me occasio
at ' t i a - 1
99 V r . -
ota miid aperient. e i Know, oomirg knu r
calculated topbtaib thisend, tjian Dr. Willi: : .
Evans Aperient Pills being "mild and c:rui ::
in their '. operation. v Tha bowela being ci v,
cleansed, bis inestimable Camomile Pil!s,(w l.ic f;
are tonic, ap'odyne, and, anti-fpasrnodicj arc an
infallible remedv. 'and without dispute Kavc
proved a great blessing i0 the nomen-us public,
Some physician have, recommended a (:e?
use of mercury, but it should not be tesoned t ;
;;m'0'm7. " 'L?'",. t
j r ; - .. - .
itreresrui5rna wasionwtui i-flcis.
f CP ASTH M A ,T H R E E YEARS STA? '
everv thougnt oi recoveryj
on the countenance of: eery person interested in
bis existence or happiness, till by 'accident I:
noticed in V public paper some cures effected 1 ;
Dr Wsi. EVANSV MEDICINE in his can
plaint, which induced him to porchase a p? ( !.
age of the Pills, which resulted in complete ly
removfng every symptom bf his disease lis
wishes io sav his motive for this declaration ir,
that those afflicted with the same or any symp-
toms similar to those Irom which. he is tiappny
Restored! may, like w ise i ecei y e jt h e i nesl i m a I ! :
benefit;-; !t ':-:'r'-::.t:i -;-'L.;: I;
A CASE OF TIG DOLOR MUX.
vMrsj J. E, ohnsoii;wife, of Capt. . Jo?rj.!:
Johnson, of Lynn, Mass., was seveicly afilict I
for ten years with 'Tic'Dotereuxi violent pa;:i
in her headend vomiting, wiih a burning Let
in the stomach, and unable to leave her rcjcr.,5.
She could find no relief from the advice of se v
eral physicians, nor from medicines of any Li;; ' ,
nnlil after she had commenced using Ur l.v:ir.
medicine of 100 Chatham street i and frura tl.it
time she began to amend, and feels Mtbfit -J if
she continue the medicine a few days Itrgrr,
will be perfectly cured.' Reference tan be i 1
as to the truth of the above, by calling at M "
Johnson's daughter's Store, , SS9 Grand street.
ICPilrs Anne.r ,ivenny,;io ii j
street between" Stanton and Houston sis , cf!!;c
ted for ten years with the following distrfs-ir
symptoms Acid eructalior, daily spastriori.c
pains in the head, loss'uf'Sppetite,paTpitati( n j i'
of her heart. gtddines9 aiid dimness of sih t .t ( ! i
not lie on her right side,"distorbed fpst, ttirr in
ability bf engaging ip any thing that demanc'j :
vioror or coorae, soraeumes a visionary idea i f
an aggravation of her disease, a whimsjcul avf
lamented, desponded, and .thought fhe Ird .::
most miserable life never was one so bad, v.
frequent mental' hallucinaiions. '
Mr Kenny had the.adviceof several crr.i rent
physicians, and had recourse lonqraeiofs u.e!i-
Kenny. . V-; ' ; ;- . ,-
Sworn before me, this Hihday of Decerr . r,
1936. 1 "' ;V:3:;-;'. r , ,
P:ter Pikcciset, Com,. .of Utca.
RHEUMATISM, with an Affection i.f il
Lnscorfd under the treatment of D -c
WmT EVANS' 100 Chatham svrpet, Ne-.--Yerfc.
Mr Benjamin S Jarvis, 13 Centre
Newark, N. 1 J., afflicted for. four years wn.'.
eyere pains in all his joints, which were ahva;.
increased on the slightest motion, the tf-r'i.
preserved a steady whiteness'; loss of ap( 'u .
dizziness in his head, the bowels commonly
iy costive, the urine high colodred, -and
profuse sweating, unaltendrd by relief. '1 i. j
bovesymptoms were also attended with et t.-i:.'-erabledifficoltv
of breathing, with a frf
tightness across the chest, likewise a great v....:
of due energy m the nervois sjsirra.
The aboe symptoms were entirely ren.r.vi . ,
d a perfect cdre effected by Dr Wm hj;
1 - -...v -I .v BENJ."'J J A R 1 5-.:
Benjamin S JarvU beiog duly sworn, doth
pose and say, that the frets stated m if e
bove ceriificatesubscribedbT J'". :
respects troe. ; -RENJ.S. JARV
Sworn before me, misxoiu oi iioien-..-
WILLIAM SAUL, Notary Public, v
taa gtreet."v:'j - 'y:'-
Sold bj the rfoUoiring JgMm
GEOtlGE I? BROWS jSalMw,';
JOIWJLWGLIS ( Bookstore) Lhercrj; o.
J. H. JUS DEU S OA", Camden, S. C.
E. JOHJV HUG GJVS .g.wV.&'rC'
W M.JMISONib Co.Raleish,JS. O.
May 10, 1 839 411
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