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L.here K 412" of the President's
,l- irtlv coin nrr bend
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a'. .titorefare it must be receiv
A'f'ir" " i i --ii.-; ei...!ri k
f j!' ie-b"feH rtr-omc offence -.for
if- t -bad Wovtded --no-punish-
1' 1 ihc Presicnt was appealed to for
:.i,Ald M sat the. law does hot
bciDilfeanged, and Cbcrelore
.;harilv. N ,ne ,aw Qrnoi tu-
Vr& KiinV 1 iingrd and therefore
r at all events, no wouiu use
:r tipf Ihnijfd hanhen to r be a
priWo, irfd it should be about (lie
I ' , : iJ i . i C ln aa a a rrfnf at
J iff eieciir v.1. --" i?"r .
I-2 j-.iflf.! lf llnnc i 'micrtil.
rtcr inJ fli'ft0 squire his inter.
' Ie ccrtai!yr fotind something to
Ixlinfaktehce in setting aside an
jealure Ifniie. entenfe ts. Cap.
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h. S 8 ' - C '! Ba,e" " ,-("end ' f f 'ne?lile'W'H' yoil in person, befote Ton
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business is gotten up by' Uie membeVrrom
iqis cistrtcl to excite prejodice'aeainst four
President of Stiutherr principIts'C- t
You aie easily humbufoef. inH-f-dJif ihe
President ahdhis patjizans can impress j'ou
w,,u ucuci inai inis is a nunabug. J -
' If tbis-were the first time tbkt the Presi
jclent had tnanifealed aueli a feeling in beh ilf
of tb African population, I should bo dis
posed to look with more charit- on this re
cect ftotrac,-? as ? !haitand;iin'adf ise'd
roeasnre," which"; he ifad regretted, arid 1 wV
disposed to atcne for ; - but it is, tn truth
crrjing pin r?erf princTpie that he hat
eteraavocated, wlieij he has bepo brought
u any luing oejona an empt- idle proles-
. M 8 conictoi sPt lush crimes,
e ,sf dt5inqr3ble arid dishonest
cB the testimony of white men and
fni!ejne,y eUhe Prf sident could
ff,4f$'y9j hts omia
iWitfr Hi rnemory, of his
tiH diffused from the service
fy'i$MWt9 refn,!tet, and ,ne
is!i!iienO)e fff ea for condiiiiUie most
Jrjcefiit 1 oe jcnt ' on furloffgb for
Utears, tliih fai!43jt4l take his pleas-
1,1 gd toe Pr dent lhas followed the
5oa4$? Jhefsrriptue injthis instance
fjetnly ild as U Would ej'jdone bjr He,
Uoohri. trial? befbro a court that will
Lslnaf from pub 1 c:serf ice J and de
jikiD o his y,; wh i will be looked
Lteroii i its feafure oj his ponishineni l
at fcl ow feeding i l anticipation, no
i&ioat rjtompdlt But jlhe President
Jili os llere Ehd h ir,: ard in the next
irt be ij.rs tfo fault is in the lawond
abimr-'ibat )ie law'muEl be altered,
wfiat iJon't exist ? JHesavs s x
jlldthjs ind provided that the laws
j seterat State?, except where the Con-
litilioa, Ire aiiesjir statutes of the United
:mshil dtherwise require or; pr ovidf .
kii it regarded as rules of decision in tri'
tt fcocopn liw m the Courts or, the
''::eJ StatfS; in cases where tbey apply.
ri of. Courts Martial has not ? been
nil with to nmch care. Their proceed-
ijliTe been fexclusively , regulated by
wiiot&fcrence to State laws or
llie iDlrotJuct inn of colored 'persons
t:liiesjcs.; it it be wrong lo admit them,
ilfiohista rticlaw, and the remedy is
:kf(jnd in its alteration It is surely
a ucessary ? Jl h a tt I should saylto you, sir,
i Yss cannot j" tfe accompVished by me.
rra l!to 'direiard thef law? as it stands,
carcase for so doing; was presented, or
fctetfpt to; chinge" its operation; there
iaiaeeu-utj cause lor compiaim anu
scnetahoni" Kow, how Jesuitical is all
i ft is such sophistry as might become
rpMmore? all college, bulisurelv is not
tdiiatle t'a President, ' 1 '
trincre is do law ! then the saw must
tiletfid, atfd Arcan't alteriit ! lie is o-
hfilpflfotceilhe law as it stands, which
ne?r,bad eijstence and onl? becomes
fv because it s not prohibited by au
Mjelftbc 0JiIyIaw that applies to the sub
it u llie law he has himself fltinted. which
'Mid iiave-llexeltidedf'r'tbiii testimonv in a
S.JfcouiDflaw, add notwithstanding
enjUis pan :o cnange us oper
di wMd indeed be cansei for, complaint
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JrtpnciStioh. 1 But hear him further :
R,i !:.!! is L .i. J
vi!ii. it nave not me cuii5iuiiuii
liutdoc's Mr Vanj Boren forgetdr have
?. PeppIeforgouqh:t '9. h"ore
corded his totu forya-pVeVmblVand ! resota
lion in the Senate of jNew York, m the lol-loing-.words':;,
".W hereas, Uie inhibiting I M fiirther cx
teusion of slavery h these (Jailed "States,
tsa subject of 'deep jqoncern to the peoplo
of' this State ; and whereas, we consider
slavery as an evil raii b to be deplored, and
ibat every, constitutional barrier should be
interposed rto prevent Us further extension '
J it.". aL' rv " it rlt . -'"t- r, . r
ouu inai ine uonsiuuion oi ine u. p. clearly
gives Congress the right to require of new
States not cotnprehended within the origin
al boundaries of thejjU S., the prchibitmg
of slavery as a condition of their admission
tntolhe Union:. ;
V Jicsotvcd, hatj our "Senators be-in-i
st rue ted, . and ou r . representatives in Con-j
gress be 'requested, to oppose the admission)
Willi profound gratitwde and" respect, '
; ': 1 mi'jouf obedieniVervatil; J '
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!, i?P?w Suptrior Ceur.TLe frll term
of this Court commenced here on Monday
(a?t, liis Honor JcDGiTPEARSON,presiding7
An !,nusua ' large-amount 'of Judgments
wer e Jak en , but tittle other , itnpbttant bu
siness transacted." We learn tbatibe Grand
been quite engaged in examining
illTHOaJerimtnntrf nrrtmitnn mil nf I ha lala
j . i : --w K'wn.lfg VW. W IIIV BtV
:4 i liieleeiTou: and such b?s bepn the fact at e--
;eraJ of the preceding Courts in the circuit.
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f Vi have tried the Jilapician his
must weuther the storm wtih
18, 1 840.1
magic icont do,
as Ii state into the U
not comprised 8s afd
hi bUipa of sl i very i
lion of, adm ission
t-These are without
tion of any Territory
esaid; making the pro-
n tndispe usable condi-l
y,ftt9 alter iBe? law. I have no hesitation
jit that1 1 ha)re not been able to dis
lluniljeilileason 'Why i the rule which
lislwhlKf h$ conaenl'and approbation of
vidic 41 Should not extended to
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iwrltrlbiina sfnf the counlrv." Then
xlm lie exie'nd it when he had it in
t1fiV herf it rested exclusivelv" on
?5d;8ctio did hVadopt a different
5Vbydifir: besay'.: Jo the absence
-uii oft tfief tubject, I-will apply the
thll M been established in civil
aSbH the i,lr,r;pi of 1789. which
Jj;fclaejJtJis testimony ; or did he
,:'lif ok the honor of a soldier was
V' tqnetauehce than the nronert? of a
?f n,l" ftefbfe lwould apply a role
,ecM0rMtibn to that established by
0v'p-rJl(zehs. the common law o
MdINIrf nb relation :to the subiect
! United Sipii Iiao. nk rnmmnn law o!
0f 8n torlgfess' has passed no law
'-ngjtf$ competency; of negro testi
i !.Xkl'itons! ronfl outrage upon
rtiri'if tila W'nI Cnnltnrn nrSnirkIoa Ko
fS!pftt,jithds without a parallel, and
i '"ttfimflkler and ilnunder as he mav.
kff cse1tbe rrsponslibility of reebm-
2 the Arm HtH tmd nl havin? sane
JtJ4 sUobry gatnst . white men,
!riies3beeo so highly ;commen
ll'&Wion prints bftbe North.
i !Uff 1 Vlike the shirt of Ncs
I J-'iftukweat.'lt' 'nhdf " ba must take
Iwear it and be -
9'ieiices.' He has been in the hab-
Hti rr?-f5 r v lie lias ,l
kj WII Qeltlbh -ri this he must take
s,?l-fv either fori or against ine
iasjlaken it, arid let htm &bide
C ioIJV4n4 petiont presented to
MI eR-l te harmless old women
v'rlciMtarcbins or the North,
doubt Mr. Vn Buten'si
present -views; and lallhongh he is a North-
ern man with Sbuthflrri principles, as he is1
fond of answering Questions, I would like)
to enquire of him, if be should be re-elect-j
ed, and Florida or Texas were m the next
four, jears to apply for admission into fhei
Uulon, whether he would not in conformity!
with the opinions expressed above, unless1
slavery was prohibited, veto any bill that.
might pass Congress Tor their admission?
An answer to that might test his Southern
principles if " ;?
Does he forget, or does he suppose the
people have forgotten that in 1821, in the
Convention of New York, he voted to ex-
end the right of suffrage to Negroes, wheri
by Ais vote; and one more, it would have
been defeated ? Does he forget his vote
on the subject of slavery in 182-2, on the
r lorida question f Does he forget thit he
acknowledges the constitutional power of
Congress to abolish jslavery in the District
of Columbia, and have his friends so far for
gotten what is duejto themselves and jou.
as to attempt, in the face of all this, to palm
him off under the title of a Democrat, up
on Southern credulity, as a Nnhern man
with Southern principles r i es, they hive ;
aiid his followers have he hollow heaited
hrpocricy to pretend they are afraid to trust
Gen. Harrison on this subject, while they
profess to believe Air. Van Uuren the onijr
man that the South) can safelr trust. All
the Whigs are either Abolitionists, or are
associated and identified with them, while
General Harrison, who has sostaioed more
personal and political sacrifices in defence
of Southern principles than any ; man alive
voting against Mr. Van Burens -anti-sla
very principles on the Missouri question,
denying the right of Congress or the non
slaveholding States! to interfere in any man
ner with the subject of slavery, and eveh
going so far as to declare that the people bf
the non-slavebolding States cannot discuss
the question of slavery without a violation
of the spirit of the .Constitution, and yet he
cannot be trusted hy the South,
Suppose as a Member of a State Conver
tion, upon a proposition that every free
while male citizen,; &c. should be entitled I
to vote, 1 were to vote to strise otu ue worn
tciic.soas tb admit free negroes, as Mr.;
Van Buren did, and then defend it on tl)c
gronndthat Mr. Vao B a re n did to wit : that.
you had no light to tax them, and reniR
them the right of suffrage suppose I Mdg
voted for the Preamble and Resolutions plf
instruction voted for by Mr. Van Buren ;nj-J
on the admission of Missouri suppose! I
claimed for. Congress the pnwer to abolish;
slavery in the District of Columbia, and jn
the Territories suppose I hid advocah'd
and decided in my otTict.l character that ne
groes had the righfjto give testimony againt-l
whith men, and should present myself he
fore you as a candidate for Congress : Will
you tell roe how many votes you suppose
I would get ? Do you thn.k I would get
ne ? Do you believe when these objc-;
tions were urged fo me, that Mr. Ritchie
wouldiell you it was all a pitiful humbug-4Mr.
Bolts is a man wiih Southern principles,
and the safest mafi in the District ! And
is it a matter of les consequence to you that
-our President has done all these things?
Are Lis opinions and is his influence so
much less than that of a Member of Con
gress, ihat you wju)d unanynoosly discard
me from your, public service," nd embrace
him T Even ij Tenteitained these opiniofis
I should still havej something left to attach
me to Southern Institutions. I have proper
ty, friends,-: "and faimily here ; but that
wouIdVit avail me. vl Wow hl has Vie to
WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. j
1 Col. Charles MeDowLL, ol Borkeco.
2. Gen. Ja. Wellborn, of Wilkes.
3 Datid KaM80ur, uf Lincoln. j
4. IJavid F. Caliwell.' Rowan.
5. James Mcbank.oI Caswell.
6 Hoo Abraham Rencher, of Chatham.
7 John B. KELLr.of Moore. j
8. Dr. James S. mith. of Orange. j
9. Charles Maklv, vf AVake. j
10. Cel. VVm. L. Loso, of Halifax. j
1 1. Wm. VV. Cherry, of Bfiiie, j
12. (Thomas F- Jones, ul j Perq'imrns.
13. Joiaii Collins :f Wsohiogion.
14. Jamr VV. Hryan. of Carteret,
15. Daniel B. Bakeh. f New-Haitpver. j
In answer to thr statemeot which we made
j last Week iiv relation tb the appointment of Hen
crt.ua as r.simssier, ai uoneurd, we hive re
ceived ihe leiter below. The writer denies ' tb
core and talks largely about hi. ability lo prove
fIsebooJa. Well, this is aTTperfectly nalurl
we would as soon believe the bud boastins of the
Guvcrnrnent officer at Concord as at any other
place. Tbey all know their obligation and the
penalty of neglect.' We are not convinced that
we have misstated any thing about Henderson's
ap p rotmeni. We assure our friends iho state
ment made in our last week's paper was made
upon the words of three as respectable gentle
men lof Concord, as live in the placeand it will
take something mare than the disinterested de
nial below ta make us believe our iafurmunts are
in error. That the appointment is very dissatis
factory to those mostly concerned is indisputable.
VV have heard it said tbat Col. Coleman, the
Assistant Postmaster at Washington, fixed the
business with Henderson when in Cabarrus on a
visit in the Spring, as aboot that lime a
change is known to have come over Ihe spirit
of his dream, and he aoddenlr transformed from
a broken down, inactive and desnairintr fnlinuor I
of th Magician, to a most daring, efficient and
whole hog man of the party in the Couaty.
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aver;aioee the flappieg of bis wings: Tkc, $fr, t
nced iiie race witlj this don't know Dordoa't
care preacher of Fisherlsm,Vart Baremsmi ffom
miscalled Decaocr-tic pewvpapers.',v'Bat-s,irthe
time is conie when every fieeborn'soo of Colum
bia should care. D on' t care js, lolsay the
hwsr of6hnn, a very : pjbr companion. .v.T&e
Whigaof 7 6, manifested dot bis spirit when
wmiuS fu, mai Dijod-bougni treasure wnien
We are now the tirood nd hann ixisjtft&Mrft.
Such a spirit haonieii not the itnmortal Harmon. i TVr -at
the Thames. Fort Meigs, or Tippecanoe.: "tf
Tbe spirit of that monster (. Don't care1) his g " ppearuig u ih
: ; ' . IREDELL COUNTY.
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Courts of. Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
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Gf. B: Parkes to the use' df : ( c
Jusiah Cow If s. ' J Josiices Jt'iTjmf.f,
- - $.,,,... JLeTiPd up-n li e
William Raah and ; land ofDefi. Ras!?.
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satisfaction of the Court.
moiupiieo wiaowand orphans upon the lace of 1- nauvniiam H'5b isnot an'inhabuant t
the whole earth, and doomed its milliooa lo irre- this Stale; Jt is therein ordered bv the d u:t
trievable woe. ,5ocb a swrit no donbi finda a I tnarpoblication be mtie for six. wpks in ihc
Ihome in the bosoms of those whose dirt v I Carolina Watchman, rrintid. at Sallsburv. that
wwiv ii is, iq siauaer ine pevpte candidate lor j ,"" cnani, viwiam,riasn, appear at ttie
President. And lastlv. such a snrli called forth oext Coortof Pleas and Otnrter Seaslons. to bo
the cold and indifferent replvfrom oe now in fheUfof ihe count v if Iredell, at ihe Coot hoc?e
power, The President finds nothios in the case i n laieaviUei on the' third niondar in Noreoiber
of Lieut. Hooe, to reqoire hls - inierferenca; J xt, then and there to shew cause, if any ha
That spirit however, is now rebuked, tod th I ba. why the -aid land should cot be cundenn-
spell which boand good metnirg oicd to the par- j ed wiMsfy plaintiffs debt and ail lawful cost.
ty with which it is identified is brok-n. Harri
scn.ii is said, will come in like a whirlwind.'
bui the figure i$ not qmte bold tnoogh. . He will
- come in sir, witn all ihe re&isiless impetuosity
ol a tropica! tornado. The goddess of -ieiorj is
even now no-ering over our effort, and wii! swn
perch in security pon the broad banner of noli
tical reform'. The day oi oor redemption draws
tiigh.and the shouts of ransomed thousands will
rend ihe air from centre to circumference of this
our again happy Republic.
V ine-s, J. F. Alexander. Clerk of our said
court at tfiicb.Ihe; Srdloonday in Aefr; 1S40.
J. F. ALEXANDER, clk.
eplember IS-OsrS : Printers' Fee $5 62
(For the CarolinaJValehmani
IREDELL COUNl Y:
Court oj Pleas and: Quarter Sezcicns ,
2ugul Term, : -
Joab Richards,'.- ) ---C 'V -vW .Va-Kv-
vs i. - 0ririnal Attachment ls-
William, Rash, j " : -.- vied on Land.
TT appearing to '-he satisfaction of the courr.
I I THE RALEIGH CONVENTION.
I from the spirit that seems to be abioad
in Old Rowan, we think she will march in?
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force to Raleish on 5h of- next month.
goodly number of Whigs have already a
fp go'down,and we hear of various others
who are anxious to be of the number.
irrangemenl is for the delegates to meet i
front of the Rowan Hotel on Tuesday 29111
)nst.r and to match in procession through
he town of Salisbury on their onwwd road
liUcept elderly gentlemen and invalids, the
frip is to bp performed ou foot. They will
arry their baggage wagons with them, and
Nil! meet their fellow-citizens from Dsvje
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Iht! Ashborough. Rowan means lo do her
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duty in this matter, and will do it on 12th
Hull November next. l!
Concord Sept I4ih 1840
Messrs Pendleton 4 lirxmer
In vourlast oom-
I b.?r of the Watchman, I see yoo have roeniiohed
my name in connection with the rust othce in
Concord. You say that you have it ' upon the
best authority " that Mr Cravons petition went
on several days in advance vl mine. Now
sir this is a fa's hood, and I am able to prove it,
by as gooa evidence as is in the State. You
further say that I was appointed op an ' almost
individual application" ; ,
Now sir th:s is another falsehood,and I am able
prove it. There were as many signer lo my
petition as were to Mr Cravons, and sir there
were twelve whigs of aa high standing as ate in
the County .indeed some of the very leaders of the
party, signers of my petition, and all these aie
Citizens of Concord. My petition was signed
promiscuously, by Whigs and Van Buren men.
Now sir yon are WH aware that any man who
indostrisusly circulates falsehood though upon
the best authority " is not exempt from the
merited odium attached to soch condoct. I am
willing to compare my petition with Mr Cravuii
(who is a gentleman) and should not fear the
result of the comparison either in numbers or
the ifspectabiliiy of signers, supposing that
youst lo dal Justice to every Man,) shall expect
to see your notice corrtcled in the next Watch
man. YOO 1 8 & &, &
THOS S HENDERSON
1 jThe Richmond Enq-iirer and its satelitea, are
accusing N. Carolina of 'being-ah alw.liiion Sta?
iarid the last election is adduced as the proof Wle
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Sate not prone to take umbrage at ordinaiy charg
:eS frooiour cotemporarie&, bil the ourse pursu
led by this paper towards our State is most insult
ing and provoking". In one breath we are called
i Federalists and we receive from this father cort
i : t
j lessor of the troe faith at Rirhrocrd, a homily
f for the sin of having elected: a Governor jto
suit ourselves. In the next breath, we are kind
!y told what true democracy i; and we aie ckj-
jded and patted on the back as good sound R?
publicans, and advised to voiej for Martin Van
Buren. Nay. it is even declired that tee will do
soon the 12ih of next November.
i Now, we tor one, protest Rinat foreign inflo
ence of all kinds, but of all others, we spiirn the
that William Rath is not an inhabiiant of
Messrs. LditorffOirSttntisj ihe 12ih inst., 1 this Slate : It is therefore, ordered- tbtt rubli-
a patriotic fellow citizen of Davie count v. Mr. I cation be made in the Carolina Watchman for
John Foard, gave to the Citizens of bis neigh- I six weeks, for the said Raskin ccme in at the
br.thood and friends generally, a real Tippecanoe next Term of this court, lo be held for the ccun-
jolhJUatwn. ty of I re Jell, at ihe Court House in StatesviM!,
Wr r card is the owner nf several vert valoa- I on the third mondav cf November next, ihfn
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fi'a'iio in uuwiii sf unwitj couuiics j one i mo mere o piwaa tuur irpievj. otoci isc juij;
01 tnem. iis ureenville pface, lies on both sides ment hv delault will be taken against him, and
oi tne ooain-Y adkin river. 1 ne frequent cross j the property! levied on condemned ' to satisfy
ing 01 me river by ln hands has heretofore been ptarntttl sdebt and all lawful costs.
attended vnh considerable risk, which prompted WiinesS. J. F. Alexander, Clerk of our sat d
mm to construct a large Canoe for their safelv
a a -- T
and convenience. On the dav anootnted for
launching the " Tippecanoe (invitation having
been previously given) a considerably nomber'of'
persons some of whom were from several other
Couniiea, besides Rowan &- Davie, met at Mr
Foard's residence and escorted the Boat to the
court at office, the 3d monrfav of Angosr, 1810.
J. F. A LEX AN D K R , elk.
; Sept IS 6w8 :'PrintersFee $D C2
liver accompanied by a band of Music She was Court of Pleat and Quarter Sessions,
launched at Hall's Foard, about one .mile above
her nnas destination, amidst shouts of hozzas for
Harrison and Tippecanoe, and sailed down in
triauiph to ihe boat landing, where an esceliani
Barbacue bad been prepared for the guests, who
:- . ' m aa. a
uutieu in me utmost harmony and triendhip In
theeeieb-ation. One icho teas there.
intrusion of Thomas Ritchie, j We have been!
Hole to live and get along in North Carolina wiih j
out bia kind soperyision ar:d guardianship, and
We trust lo be able to do so for th time to come.
. mat. a
SFlp5flf "tMren attempt to gel
m 1 Anne, and yon are told
WHinfalwe upon you ?' "The
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ii : i ' ' 1 enemy comes
!l M all ihe hob2oblin? raw-
pjj-r.iy flpbdjt-bones ofihe"nursery"are
But iwhcn :the4Jhief
'''at'iii1 'tf It nation takes this tmpor-
wlnt f T ""5 practical; aooituon, ana
Let him take care of his own Stale, and ofnleiis
we are gjreaily deceived, he has more 1 ha n his
hands lull there. We le rn that he was an a-.'
vowed a ? litionist himsr-lt in 1830 that he ad-'
vised Ihe Legislature of Virginia lo take all iHe
slaves of that State from their; owners without
any compensation. We havr) no use for any
such preachers against airolfionas that.- ill
j By the way of abolition. One of the holiest
and- most virolent electioneet-rrs for Mr. Van
A New Orleans paper; of 2d instant, states
that letters had been, received in that city, from
Opeioos.is, containing information that foar hen
died negroes had planned an insurrtciion in the
Parish of Lafayette, which was to have taken
place on the night of the 22 J ult. One of the
negroes informed hie master--icurnstance,
B 'r a '
and the ring balers werey f whom
were to be bung on th For
white abolitionists who ifL l the
The Whigs of Divie county invite their
friends from all parts to join them in a Social
liepast on the 22d of October
A BIG DINNER AT MOCKSVILLEIJ
Our Barns, Cribs and Meat-hoase. are full.
Our crops of wheat, oats, corn and all sort of
vegetables are as ahondant as heart can desire-
but we have no money at home, nor can we get
paid for baolmg our produce abroad. V e pro
mise a bountilul supply of every thing that is
wholesome, to our ft lends but" yellow boys.
As we cannot furnish Champaign and Bur
gundy, we must sobstitute "hard cider.1
Inviiali-ms have been sent to all ihe most dis
tinguished Orators in the Country to attend and
give usaUo intellectual Repast.
August Term. 1840.
Cowles 4 Wilcox,") I
ts. , vJosticcs I Jucgmen: Levi? i
Wm. B. Deaton. j opon Defendant Land.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of, the court,
that William B. Deaton is not an inhabitant
of this Slate : It is therefore ordered 1 hy the.
court, that publication be made in the Carolina
Waichman for six weeks, for the said Daton to
appear at the next court uf Pleas and -Quarter
Snessions, to be held for. the county of Irr del, at
(be Court House in&tatesilie, onvthe third
raondav in November next, then and there to
show cause, if any he has, - why "the said Landk
levied should nut be condemned 4o satisfy plain
tiffs debt and all lavtfol coss. - - i T --f
Witness. J. F. Alexander, clerk of'onr naid .
court at otnee, the 3d mnnday tn August, IbAO.
J. F. ALEXANDER, cik.
Sept 1 S-6 8 : Printers Fee $6J
State of iiotlt atojfuro
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
Jiugtal Term. !840r
Francis Ybuog. "i ' '"' V'V "l ': -1---''
vs i Justices Judgment Levied
William Rash, j
IT appearing to ihe satisfaction of 4 lie court,
that William Rash is not an inbabitant cf
negroes !o revolt, have beej
in confinement. Camden
i naene of Abel
ptist preacher i
U tier copied into
attacVAim tb yor iriterests ? He has nei-g
ther'properiy,; friends nor family; he eh-
tertains opinions antl has acted upon them J
most hostile to injtetests that you hold dear
and all this MLto be olT--etied by la hollo wf
and idle profession jof Southern jprincjples
expressed for thej first time when he is cM
terihg for your votes, and heard of for; thf
last time, ! will tepture to say, after Noj
vetntiir next, whenj they shall have failef
to accomplish his i-jfttid; J
& But I liate already trespassed too farjoji
vour time and oatience. and infiaitely be-
. T . .I i ' - -
For the Carolina Waichman
It is perceived by theVan Bo'en papers that
our' fiends on that side.tiave kindly volunteered
! save ih Whigs ihe trouble ol norairiattng
Senators. The Standard recommends two dis
tinguished Whigs as deserving support although
by applying the name of ' Federalist,' ihe Ed
nor intends to injure ihe Whi? cause. I trust
that the troe DmocracjLwill not be driven In ra
the support of these distinguished gentlemerror
any others thy may choose by ihe application of
this term by oor enemies. The Federal partly hts
long ceased to exist, aruLthese gentlemen; have
proved their Republican principles by ari able
and effectual opposition to the increase uf jover
in the Federal Executive.
Permit.' Messrs Editors, a Whig to mention
.he name f another distinguished man in con
nection with this appointment: it is that 'of
Liiwis Williams. I am aware Jiis uame fr
a long liuie has stood prominent among; those
spoken of. Mr. Williams is well known as an
experienced 6tat?man and an unflinehinyVV hig.
When we look back upon the Jackson torrent
by which our once happy land has been desola
ted, we find him altnnr iheonly prominent man
in our Slate, who at all tiroes and undtr all cir
cumstances -temmed the flood undectivert bv
the pretended moderation, unseduced by hs flat
tery and onawrd by the power, of the Hero of
tvtti wars. Mi. Williams was always found
warning and exhorting his fellow citizens to ral
ly to ihe-Mreixruex f their Country, and piloting
out in anticipation that deplorable result whih
is now a mailer of history. Mr.-Williams sh j
taioed hiinsell by his energy, and those energies
are still undiminished. He has-been tried byt
open con'est and sedrel stratagem and has tri
umphed over open and hidden foes and the re
sult of all the roceni elections in his district is
evidence of the collect information hedisemi
aated. By his firm and upright course he has
from an avowed abolitionist. They are in close ! f cuonoence
9.. 9 rkCinn ra ta hn haAn Inn H 4lnV T.I IflA
I hey repeat and te i! ' ij :. j ,t., . .... i
. , . . .... . . . ..;.
the; Senate, which be is calculated to nil with fo
much ability would be a fit and piop" reward
for his consistent!, upright, and or flinching
courte. A WHIG.
The lVMgs of Davie
Are request ed'To meet in Mocks vj He tn Satnr
dav the 22nd inst., for the purpose of organising this State: It is therefore ordered by the court,
a I ippecanoe llub, and appointing lMegntes to that publication be made in the Carolina atm
the uonvennon and celebration at naieigh, on man for six weeks, for lb e delendant. imam
Monday the 5th of October next. j ftash, to appear at I be next .'.Court of Pleas and
Mocksville, Sept 16. 1840. Quarter bessions. to be held lor. tne county oi
Iredell, at ihe Court HonseinStatrsville.cn the
m F?i)Mr.fi'em rrrin w.i.. third roonday in November next, then and ihera
.f Republican- If lug Jfiectt tig . u if hfi h wt)- lhe Mid Jar!(i
Will be held at the Court House in ConcoTd. should not bo condemned to satisfy plaint iflfs
Cabarrus County, on Saturday, the 19th inst., debt and all lawful costs. . , ,
(or I ha mirrtiMK nf a nrtui n ir rr fvt.Taa in Ilia W'itnrs. J F Alexander, ckrk of oor smj
Raleigh Convention on the 5th of October, court at tffice,; the 3d mondavf Angusl, I84i.
when the Whigs are invited to attend. t " J F ALEXANUEL.clk.
Bv order of the Tiunecaroe Club of Caharrua Sept 18-68 ; Printers f Cf W
J . f I r
R W. ALLISON, Sec'ry.
Concord, Sept. 7, 1840. .."S
Buren, is an abolitionist by t
Brown, a real or protenocd Baj
iiassaciiusBiis, u iu a wis ji
the Enquirer, shows that he has lati ly opened
a Van Buren mretii g with Prayer thai he Irfo
given great tiftHnce by preaching political Ser
mons and uiaking 'poltical player?, containii
personal abuse. Not only this, but it , is very
luauifest that this holy abolitionist endeavors jpy
insinuation to charge the Whtj9 of Norihampipb
with holding political revels in the Corgrega
tiooal Church. The falsehood of this ts plain
ennimh when ' voo ; come to attend to the letter
closely, but the miserable fraud is evidently de
signed. - - - ''"" ' - - I :;
I And still our adversaries here, have the "ef
frontery" lo charge us with art alliance with Uie
abolitionist? of the North. They run an open;
abolitionist fur Governor in Vermont. Theyi
have.their political meetings opened with prayer ;
.... OFFICERS OK THE
8Sth Regiment of
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Davidson County 'N. Caroli
State ot Jlovttt ;eaVoHtta,
Court oj Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
j JUgusl Term, 1340.
Cowlei & Wilcox
ts . 1
W;m. B Deaton
Justices Judgment LevifJ
npon Defendant's Land.
!MT appearing to I he 'satisfaction ofthe -crmrt.
J. that William B. Dea'on ifobtan inhanit?r
of this Slate: It is therefore ordered by
funr! thf mthlin t in h made tn the Carolim
TOU are commanded to parade Watchman lor six weeks, for the said Deaton to
X at George Hedrick', on ihe aopear al Uhe next Court of Pleas and Quarter
correspondence wiih him. They repeat and Ire
publish all his vtje slanders agaiost the - Whigs,
and still say the Whigs are in league whji the
a a a a . I Ma
nbolitionists. That bell has been sounded too of
ten to deceive lhe people of North Carolina.
Rip Van Winkle. We learn that Sena
lor Preston at a large Whig meeting fafely
held in Greenville, South Carolina, said! he
had M once applied the name of Rip Van
Winkle to North Carolina, but he woiilJ
now take that back, and bestow it where it
was better deserved, on . his own Stales
For the Carolina Watditnan.
' DON'T CARE."
Messrs-JuditoTS t During our late elec'loneer-
15th of Oct. next, at 10 o'clock.
A. AI., armed wiih Muskets for Drill ; and on
ihe 16th at 10 o'clock, A. M., with ynir subal
tern, with ix rounds of powder for General
Moser. By" otdfr of
Wm OWEN, Col. Com'nt.
IRA FITZGERALD, Ad't.
September 18, 1840 4 w 8
rip HE. undersigned has been eppointed spe
3 cial Administrator on the Estate of Joseph
Conan. deceased, and in pursuance of his ao
thority wilTproceed to expse to public sale, on
thf 13th of October. 1840, at lhe late dwelling
of said deceased, the following prcperty, to wit :
Two Horses. Thirty six head of Cattle.
Hovs Sheep, and a quantity of Corn
Wheat and other articles.
LEVI COWAN. Special Jldm'r.
of Joseph Cowan, deceased.
September 18, 1 S4ti 3 w 8
bessiors, to be lit-Id for the coouty of Iredell, at
the Cour House in Sta'esvihe, on the il.ud
mondtv in Noveuiber riexf. thfn ard there to
show cause, if any be has, why , ihc said land
should not be cot.wmned to satisfy plaintiffs dt-U
and all lawful csts. - ; 7 'H ;
. Witness,' J F, Alexander, cletk of our -aM
court at office, the 3d ov ndav of AuguMlS :(.
J F ALEXANDER, elk.
Sept 1868 f Printers Fee $5 62
ihg campaign ihe expression which cunstitutes
lhe caption of this article, fell fieqaenlly from
the Hps of a certain Tory candidate ta this coun
ty, j It happened however that being regarded
It!: only in the character of a blind guide, hot few
t choose to risk with him a notch into the di'ch,
was South Carolina that is aaerp, while ouni wh.fe on lfce memor.ye ,3lh of August, 1840.
Northern sister is gallantly clotrig her duly?) be landed so effectually bedraggledjas to prevent
YOELvH. JENKINS $ JAMES BILES,
tJ beg leave to give notice that 1 hey have sue
Cfeded Mr. Thomas L Cowan to the Mercantile
business, and have taken the stand lately occu
pied by him, where they offer for sale the Slock
of G mds recently ownedby -Vr.;C. to which
they iniersd M)n to add a very general assortment
of Dry Goods, Groceries, &c , from the North.
fgHOMAS L. COWAN, having rented his
J. Store to Jenkioa Biles, who succeed bun
in the .Vercantile business, rfspeclfully requests
all who are indebted to him to eall and settle
ibeir accounts, and if they cannot pay the money,
give a note. He may be found at the Coontiog
Room of Jenkins & Biles.. - -Salisbury,
Sept. 4, 1840. V " fit
TxKEN up and coiered on the Rsrr's
books of the -Ciniy'of Cabarrus, by John
C. Cochran on ihe I Ih day of August, IS 10, a
mare muh, from 8 m 12 years old. cf a Lrown
color, appraised at 35 dollars. The owner'
hereby notified to come forwaid, prove proper! y
pav chaises and receive it as the law 'direct.
" J. M.MILSTER, Ranger,
, ... ,o.n V Cabarrus Cuun:y.
August 14. 1840. 8ir3
MRS. HOWARD respectfully informs ih
gentlemen of Silisbary.and citi2?ns gener
atiy. that she wilt make panlalcone, vs?s. an i
Summer coats, for half the price row paid Tai
Itrs for such woik. She bas dene a great deal f
seh work for the Tailors, and will insore aU
that may fee given her, 10 be dnoe ardorable and
neat as any done by them. Shir's, bosoms, Lc ,
will also be made at a very reasonable prices.
'hh.rr. Ag 21. 1840 I f4
'iu c.tlH'g of Rice rn the Capo Fear
river has rommenccd. The crop is tut
only,Wil. Chron. '
Curious Coincidence." Paxsnct's Last.
r.-i.m. it U aid has such as irrMi.we
tendency downwards now- days hal the boys
can't fly kites made if leco feco newspapers.
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