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iZflr ibl dvance,'and two dollars &nd
rw i. . ih'4 Arid of J he year. ' .V
lubscC'P1 '4? received for a less lime
iNa c y,ar, p ep P1,d for in advance.
p3pef disc nUnued (but al the option of
Editors)'00.1!1 H"ajragcs.ro paid, :
TE&MS F AOVERTISI5C. '
jilr ner siiare for the first insertion and
11 n wr r- --- - - - -
' t. iheabo
j wilt ibe charged 25 per ct. high
i..riiaim4ril will 1m rnntintiAd nnti
.51 . if?
, rariain nut
T altera rl dressed: to ihe Rdttnre rnnet
" ..inn nil
i br a cctard i ng If , u n less order 1
rntter of time. ;
EDITORS AXD PCOPRICTDns.
I " See ftal the Government dies not acquire too much power. Keep a cheek J
f e " upon all your Rulers. Do this akp libertt is sate." GenM. Harrison. ' "j
NO. 34VOLUME - IX.
:' TFHOLE.JfO, 450.
MAESCIS SO, 1841.
Salisbury, . .alarcb 20.
;ii0 I Oais,
clean, . jRLM8
1 11 1 a
rusced, 62; i 05
Iron, per lb. 4UfH
40 a GO
15 a 20
10 a VZ
18 a 20
' SI 25
10 a 12i
8 a 20
Tow-Linen, : 16 a 20
Wheal, bush 621
Whiskey,? 45 a 50
Wool, (clean) 40
Lard, . 7 a 8
OFFICERS OF THE G4tu. REGIMENT.
VVe takp the following froma Leciar
ered bjr ile Rbt. Thomas Hrtinerd, ia lh ibud
rrcstjjrteriaD Uburch, at Philadelphia: t
- VI perceite bj 1 New York paper iriJrjdly to
ibe tge, that a certain woman has .brolWbt to
lle theatres w here she has been emn!iid. si
17 nousann oottars m atteeo weeks; ! ,
Ai.d what compensation has this
rendertd fur this fast aDnrooriatiun of
Has be.Jike Newton, atruek out new Urinri-
pie in w itnett ?. Has shfe, like FiItoninade
newr oco6Mts in thw arts, by which the'; noblic
cnmiufl and wvallh hitn hin nrrimnleil f-la
sh, lite Howard, or Mrs.! Fry, come as if' imis-
iwuaij m visit iiie prisoner 10 nis suilioae to
take the gaoge of human Oitserj ' lolaiove
Bale rope lb
Flour brl '
. 'A Ait. e 1
too luuius y j
Isrd ' 11 a
Tallow . ':
March 2, 1841.
Nail? cut assor. 78
! wrought 16 a 18
Oats bushel 33 a 40
Pil ; gal 75 a $1
linseed . 1 10 a 1 25
Pork lOOIbs 5 a 6
Rice lOOlbs 4a 5
Susar lb 18a 12i
Salt sack $2
5 bush ' -100
Steel Amen 10 a 00
1 German 12 a 1-4'
Telltppe, 81 $137
i I 41
3 d5 '
: -if Ik
YOU are commanded to parade at tbe Cpart
. Housein the Townbf Salisbury, on Tiiprs
day the 1st of April aft 11 o'clock, A. M. armed
with 6ide arms for Dii)l, and on Friday the 2nd
4ii April at y ,0 eiocKj A. m: with yoor respec
i'ito Companies! armed as the law directs'; for'
Review aod Inspection.: 4 - ?; ; ;
,, ;; . J Uy Order of; :. : : .if-;
- R. VV. LONG, Col. Mand.H.
r.. Captainsjare requested to make;
returns on the dav of Drill. ' : '
; ; : : J. M. BROWN, Adj
March a1841. 5w32 v -
the Blarkwall termtnos , upon wbicb be inst lac
ted the attendant to say by the same agency .
Tell him to come here direct It!" , In tenmin-
otei from that time he' anired. tee distance be
ing nearly seVen milesw' lf the distance were
200 mi Us V tie conversation could be carried on
just as readily, fur the commonication travelled
at the rile of 20 miles a second !JY. Y. Star
" I LOVE YOU AS PURELY AS ETl:K.,,
The Baltimore Clipper relates ao incident
of a vert agreeable nature, of a very beau
tiful young ladjr of that city, who not' lung
since signed her name to a temoeraoce
pledge one article of which prohibited ber
ti feel tor human sorrow; and bafds; to ecei'ing tbe 'affectionate 1 ttteptloororanf
Chilstian charity t ' 7 -". :. young gentleman who was in any way given
conscience, so that in all the. relations of
find more gnntleness, industry economy.
V Has she given ajiew impulse to nriactDles I to intemperance;'. It ha opened that the ten
ot;, moral rectitude in their coottol over! public der hearted damsel had. at TS ter? lime
ifa ih I il" . I - .1 A" .
: Mr. Stanly faid;No, sir, no. Tl..
tleman has made bis speech ; ho idusi v
1 will make'raine i " "
. fThe Phait interpret!.
Mr. Stanly : Mr. Chairman, I wjli e:
or to keep in order.) I ought to hae a r;
to reply to the remarks just made
-Wellsir, the gentleman says lie is :
minded by my speech of the ,,i.ur. . .
ihyme,,T-- ? -
tit c "Wbo shot Cock Rubin ?
I said tbe Sparrow, :
Wiih my bow and arrow
: 1 shot Cock Robin."
,Well, sir, I am willing to be the spzn
fo f this Ock-rob irt- th's rh i v a U o y s per-:'
man j--fand lei me tell llie gentJeman, i' !
will not, deem me vain, I feel fully zl '
with,roy bow!and arrow," to on thro
a 'cow-pen full of such cockr)bis, c; !
is. Yes, sit, 1st me aay5 to the tcv::
members from that State,, who have sho
so mucbj eagerness , lb engage wuli 1 .
Come on gentlemen, cutne fairly, v. I. ; r
both stda can have fair play, ami ahhci
you miy think s yourselves greatly tny
periors, alibough you may be superior ;
the Vstimaiion of me others, as ou r
doubtedty arc, 1 am -hoi frightened si li.
prospect of the combaL, 4 -
. The gentleman alludes to my pig r.
arm I , - my piimr arm and intirnu
March S, 1841,
Haudr:neach 45 i 501
Co. Ann e 40 a 4D
: -. - --fiL i o
Beeswax ' ; 25 IfS
Corn. : : ' - 40 a
Ciadles, F. F. '; ;
Molasses, 27 a SO
Nails, cut, Gl .a 7
iTi RAND SI RED by the American Eclipse.
VA the champion of America : winner H the
Sugar blown, 81 a 12 I Great Match Race, tbe North against the South
k 020-000 X Aside.
' Tbis noble animal will make his third season
atithe Sobscribers. stable, io Salisbury beison
La heady commenced, aod to end on the 20tn
June next. iCr w particulars, see diiis.i 7
; . i l , II. W. L0.4
; siarch G, i84-fir32; , j ;,. f1
Loaf, . 18 a 20
Salt, ' 75 a 00
Sack. $1 90 a $2
Tobacco leaf ? 4 a 6
Cotton ;bag20 a 25
Bale ropo, . 8a; 10
Wheat v new SO a 90
WbisUey 80 a 35
Wool, v r 15 a 20
she put her name to the papery aJheau with
whom she was well pleased, putw Ho .on
(ortunatel j , accor d ing to report) look " oc-
casionally a leelle too much." The maiden
was therefore under the painful necessity of
addressing her "fondly tuved one,V'a polite
note, statins her situation, tbe nature of the
men and maidens mure wisely 10 live and! more pledge she had taken, and the utterimpossi
s.a.e.Av n 3 cj . ' 1 Vi Ability of her ever after receiving his alien
-S 0 W'f-tofffhi 4ion as a lover. " 1 lote fbu a? purelr at
ever " was the language of the note, " but'
ray word, has gone forth, and honor : bids
Haalshe brought alearV plucked Irolp the
tree of life', with which to staaonh the wounds
of .a heart Weeding under guilt ? r
Has shto'hongr 'up r brighter str over the
pun toipimortiiiiiy f ; Has she taught ourjyoong
of land in the cold north, for com'tnv from Pius
bib .u 11 11 1 iiio oauies 01 iioeriy in ine refoiu
iion. ' we gate 10 Latayette, the young , and
chivalrous nobleman, who left 1 lie wife i of his
youth and his children, to aid uur struggles for
independence, some fifty thousand dollars inland
and money... s -as
What boon of tbe blessed, what surpassing
ucdcuii un mis vjenuaa woman cooierieu upon
us, that we hare given her
sixty thousand dol-
ir his; EXCEI.L
V DOLL'S. 11 K ArARD
lars for 15 weeks ?
" She has danced for 03 -that b it !
. Whilo many inielligeni, amiable, ana most
worthy females, sunk from affluence to poverty,
have plied the. needle with aching heads t and
hearts until the midnight hour, fur a compensa
lion that hardly procuied daily bread . for their
children j we have lavished! sixty thousand do!
lars anon a strolling dancer !
: '"Ther press have called her thedivine Fan
ny; but bert divinity; it Seems, is not ta her
bead or her heart, bat in hit heels. I 1
..'' This case is not witholtit a parallel.) The
daoghter of Herodias dnced off the head of
John the Baptist. We have not heard that this
German woman has danced off any heads. She!,,
nd dollars out of the P
me respond lo your kindness only in the
light of a friend." Tbe young roan found
himself completely subdued. The words,
" I love you as purely as ever,'? were' loo
pr tentTDetermined not to forfeit such devo
ted aiTection, he sought Ibe earliest opportunt
ty to become a temperance advocate himself,
signed the pledge, & is now a member of the
Washington Temperance Society. Young
love's dream with them, has already bright
ened into engagement, and is we understand,
shortly to be consummated in matrimony.
Powerful and beautiful is Ihy influence, oh
woman! : I :L
merciless flagellations .hat Sautbero arro
gance and Southern bragadocios ever re
ceived, and the value was enhanced by its
coming from aSonthern'man. It will doubt
less soon be printed at full.'' -
The Globe reports more at large,- and
doubtless colours high for Mr. Pickens : '
, - V Richmond J?hig, .,
TllOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
1 " FebhCary 19;l84.-;
The House beiog in committee of the
whule (Mr. Evans in the chair) on the bill
to extend 'far five years the act approved
July 17th; 1838, granting half pay and pen
sions to cerlian widowa f ...
Mr. Pickens of South Carolina, made
! some remarks,,, of .which the. following
sketch is copied from-the- Oooe, no other
report of-it being in the hands of the pub
lisher : :, :. . ' ':t
Mr. Pickens protested 'against the pas
sage of the bill.tavolving so great an amount J nA'
4 ta. m m iti mm v - MannAr dpi i m in . w m i m w rm , ' - -- t - .
ui wuucj ,uuuiPiuH ' ' 1 The gentleman say?, sir, he docs t.
found their legislation ? He hoped the
committee would not act on such loose es
timates. Could gentlemen be aware of the
consequences which would ari? from this
large systemjif pensions ! Were they pre
pared, at this late period of the session, to
go blind-folded into a measure drawing up
wards of two millions and a hall from . the
Treasury ! For his part, be would not act
my pigmy arm.
that he has little to fear from it. l ;
I have: nevern thought, Mr. Cbairn:::
that my arm was powerful, but lei me t
this chivalrous cock; robiul that it !.:
strength enough to master; him; he r;v
find, sir, that there is as much ttuth as ;
etry in the nursery ;rtyme wnica uc r:
here 'f !
speak , for the ,SnuihV I am wtllir;;
leave it to the .House tot decide if that c
tlemnn. and some of his 'peculiar posltl
fiiends are not eternally speaking ti
he does not take 'the Soulu under his c
peeiarkeepiDg. " " a
?l only wish North Carolina be cssr::;
lrt frnni Ihn mnilfmin'a rhsrirA lrt !
upon so important a subject withoni prop- aone she stands separate from her nortl cr
cr Buu cuucci luiuriuauuu.
th. Sir, the gentleman hardly c
1 speech, or bluws tifl his gas, t!.: .
(Uli A I I
iprjtscnts afiall coine greeting:
1 VirilEllEASyitj has been officially reported
1 1 I UO
mHE FIRM of A. Beocina & M. W. iA1exJ
, 11 ander. has Ibis dav dissolved by mu'tual
consent. All periobs having claims againiipid
Com nan v. will present ihem to A. Bencjoakvho
to settle the same, f ;1
!M. VV". ALEXANUEU,
A. BENCINA. i
tfS3 - i ii-
is fully authorized
March 2, 1841
i .ruised in if rnaturl
we JOHN QOS
wftuaission. of si
1 -'inland abeil)
It 1. r i '
au uusnn the m
ncreas said ofJd
and -Just "ice
j oeeo ; r
lte II. Sk
jfment, that on.the lSthday
on a A alhan Lambda, of
ill, Wt. -w- o at. UaIah
that be died ; and whereas
stands! charged with the
deed ; ! and whereas Lee
:een were present
find maintaining the said
net ration of said felony ; and
4tJrs hae. flsd and secreted
'P'i regular onerauoos ui iuo
the efld that the said John
Gjss amMiis accomplices in the morder, may be
"wjbl'ko trial, ill-have thoashl proper to issue
swy PnKjIamutliJjiJonerJng a reward ol i wo
HandreJ Dollars fcirhtie apprehension of tbe said
:M'n Guss. and a farther reward of One Hun-
"H3 Y virtue of deed in Trasl to me executed
Jt3 by Thomas Foster, for the purposes 1 here
in mentioned, .llwill offer for sale, on the 17th
and I8ih dats of March next, at Mocksyille
The HOIJSES 'ana LOlS
of the said tThomas Foster, io the Town of
Mocksville nowf occupied as a TJlVluUJy 5
Y - large auanily of, j I
has only danced sixfy thbusai
pockets of our fellow citizens m these times of
pecuniary embarrassment, and danced the prnins
out of the heads of those youny men who har
nessed , themselves to heri carriage in place of1
horses, in Baltimore lhat is, if such young men
ever had more brains than
which they supplanted.
GEMS OF THOUGHT
Several Head of'
,j n h -.,. 1 :.i f 1.:. . 1 1 h j"
:'twiioyars eacu,lur..OB oieunvrui ms.acvuui- - w-Tr . j. . raM i, I A K oaai,i. k
1 1. ! 3 ' 1 - ; ... 1 ma v rnmm m r -i - m wr m m mm m mmw mm ta a m mm. w w uu a u o m uvu uj u w wd
I su aw m m - aw aaai va. a 1 vat aai m . Ai j & -
c" "UA ovs 7 Lnor 13 money you mav be snsnected as
. . , .
p ices, to any hersod 0? persona who will anpre-
nf. or1 c. use to. he Apprehended, any or all of
ue oneaders andfugttlves aforesaid, and confine
'""n.o either o fhem, in ibe Jail, or deliver
pro,od either of iHero. to the Sheriff of David-
couhiv . inabft'lSjaie aforesaid.. And 1 do,
r jliliiirj, wjlhin this Stale io use their
pstfxeitions to apmehendor cause to be ap-
hendifd, the fooufves and' offenders aforesaid.
Giteri utufer" mv hand as Governor and
the tjleiif Seal of the State of Worth
CsriUmrf f InnA at mir CilV of Ita
: ilalelbllhis Ibe 20th day of October,
lqmYARD B. UUULliii
V Ho do not want precepts as patterns!
The worthiest people are the most inja
Bianaei; as we usually nnd that to be
fruit which the birds have been pecking
A mUer grows rich by seeming- poor,
travatranl man grows poorer by seeming
1 here is not greater difference beiwee
living and the dead, than between a
and a blockhead. i H
Nothing ought to be more goarded against in a
free sfate in an making the military power
j. it'.; . t- it . .1 1
ay looioisunci irom ioe people.
frofasion restores to the puplic the
wnicn avsrce ias detained riom 11 lor ajtime
1 he dinert nee between a rich man and a poor
man is this the tormer eats 1 when he pleases,
the latter when be can get it. .
rrt . 1 0 !
a oe weainer is not a sate topic oioiscoarse:
your company may be hippish; nor is your health
Servile Murder in T!x.--A Planter resi
ding near Sabine Town, (Texas t) by the name
of George Partelow, was killed some time ago,
by two of his female slaves.' While punishing
one for some misdemeanor, the other! came steal
thily behind him with an axe. aud si rock him a
w on the head which felled him 40 the ground;
she continued to repeat ber blows until life was
extinct. The negroes then carried the body to
a tree in toe neid, wnere they were burning
brosh, and, for three days and nights, kept a
constant fire around it. The absence of tbe indi
vidua! being noticed, suspicion was aroused, and
after some search, some portion :of the body
was found. 1 be negroes, on examioation, con
fessed their guilt ! 1 hey are! now; in custody
ai Milam, j awaiting their trial. JYatchitochts
Herald. - !
Id the course of his remarks. Mr P. al
luded to the speech of Mr. Stanly on last
evening, and iminmed that he (Mo P.
would Have to exercise proper caution, 01
he would have the tnisfoi tune to draw down
upon himself the anger of that vindictive
gontleraan. And for fear of falling under
thai gentleman puny' arm, he - would re
frain fromsavtngwhat he intended. Allu
ding to the attack of Mr Stanly on the res
olutions of the Legislature of South Caroli
na, 51 r. P. intimated that the member had
shot his dreaded arrows at South Carolina
with about as much effect as . the savage
who let fly his arrows at the sun. The
member had brandished his battle axe like
Richard, and strode over the' whole coun
try, dealing vengeance aronnd. The course
of the member forcibly reminded him of
the nursery rhymer
''Who shut cock robin ?
. 1, said the sparrow, 1
-Wittrnt bow and arrow
I shot cock robin."
Thjis gallant son of-ihe
lmK,tl af.e, Mr. P.rke. eonel..' ""fc;? ''J'f.iHi
. -1 with his arrogance, that liis pcsm
1 By Command
Battle MMvale ecrtlary.
Household ana Kitchen Fur
I nit itreY: -0j Set s of Black-
,smith Tools; or three
rlYagons; 1 Barouche; ,
J anth WCarryt JiU
- : : &c;.! Sic. '
Also, on the 19th and 20lh days of the sime
rhomb, at Fosteris Mill and Still-house, wilf be
of Land,. contamtng
sold the Mill Tract
A titled nobility is tbe most undisputed
eny of feudal barbarism.
To endeavor the con f.ion of a heretic I by
force is a absurd as to attempt storminsj a cas
He by lugic. i .
A wise man's neari is iiKe.a Droad neartn mat
keeps the coals (his passions) from burning the
hoase ; and good deeds in this, lite are coals rak
ed op in embers, to make a fire next day
When all is done, human life is, at the best
like a forward child, lhai mast bo played; with
1:3 . ; -
fipiioh qf llM Qffeiiders named in the above
r I ; lyoclamalion : ,
JOHN G OSIf U Sabou t S S y ca rs old , 5 feet. 9
it inauu a
We ll'lmrln'n Is
1, -1 T'-- I
' hps high, fiiri
Jh'A Ward i
, uiw n , sijooaj n
dark' complexion, dark curly
j fepecks of gunpowder in his
rul quick ot speech. 7
it. ... xx -IJ R O .
ip'uv - o J fears uiu, u icci out
Hair and complexion, bis tore
eapart, large eyebrows, a
flue, slow spoken and is stout
with all the impidveriients thereon, consisting of
Dwelling House and necessary out buildings ;
a G.isi Mill, with three Bets of runners ; a Saw
Mill and an , Oil Mill, alt in good repaid t The
Stillhouse tract contains about l'wo tluodred
and Eiffbtv Acres of Land, five Stills, two.
boilers, and 80 drllOO Stands. A large 6toc of
HOGS of .an excellent breed ; some Caiile.lfcc.
The terms bf Jibe sale will be, bade knowK
on the'days thereof :;yrs V
:5r t A lluiuAO 0int.il jasit:r4-
and humored a little to keep ii. quiet ail ll
asleep and then the care is ot er, . II
W ickedness may be compared lo a bottomless
pit, info which it is easier to keep ourselff from
falling Ihan, having fallen into, to stay! oursetf
from falling infinitely. I
" . . i . ii. s;
rittoe knows nodistmcUon of ser. 'f I
Ii is a common fault net er tube satisfied with
our .fortune, nor dissathfitd with our under
standing. ,, . .v :
A good eoncience is the finesi
( ar is in siaus wrai exercise ls .lo
vHuat6 : a proper propmiiun may contribute
f February 27. 1841-431
jifn 5S years old, and 5 feet
iWered, fair complexion,
Wef highSffekin-biut eyes;
V PS. Q-ici i Mpoken. hair dark'
ves. Li,d trtntiu -mid trrev-headed.
5 tears old.
:.s ..! f . . I; ti!-
in n euied . a item ;cJ ir i m a i r,
ci6 or7 inches high aud darU
Sclnliia about 35 yearrold. 5 (eel
HtchQ Ii wt-K i Tit I f ftimnlailinn a nil ftlll l&FP
: lliiir an.l (InhU m4!i ri.t enoula in thft
lift IS - T a - -- " v
f ;"OROM tbe sbbscriber 05, the . .uT
, JD night of;ihe 30h ot iatt-,,-
ber 1940. a negro man
.'VrVf ay y fieri kpoken! to
use we; pr
rom thirty five to forty yerrs:of age; Day
a tall black fellbW,wilh . his front teeth I
Which negro ! have no doubt has been' persoa-
ded froro.uie, as I have good reason to belitva he
is haiboored in Saltsboryby a certain :maniat
this time I wjillj give a reasonable j reward
for thelapprehenlioo and delivery of said cegro
in seme safe JailL so lhai 1 get aim, or for toof
aomcienl to convict; any person io irgai piocefu
health and vjgor, but too much emaciates "and
wears bet a: constitution.
m . I t- - ' ,
une can as gooo go to law wnnout api
as break a jest without laoghlei on one's side.
UnwilIIi.oly.does the mind
prepared for it by.oiheis; for, t
ourselves, we eat cut the iruit
planted and 'Watered r '
1 ime rottSlmrand 'when tbnth'-andl
vatrfsn. a nne ladyi who had' rteyer entdrtai
tbought into Lwhich an admirer! did not
finds irk herself a lamentable voidCfi - Jitlu
The very conciousness,f being . betpved
tea object of our attachment, Will, disar
terrors even oeani useii.
some days since, gave Virgil
it y a shot, and poured a wj
into South.Carolina Chiv,,-r-Tfc
ing of tbe countrv sympathises ! with
Stanly. There is a most extensive and
profound disgust throughout even the South
at South Carolina arrogance and; assump
tion of a sublimated and exclusive purity so
poorly supported by good works. The
very term 'chivalry" has come lo produce
popular nausea, and the arrogation by her
of the peculiar guardianship and; champion
ship of State Rights, has done more to un
pbpularize the old Republican doctrines
than any thing their enemies ever did or
could do. j
The correspondent of the New York
Exoress furnishes a brief out'ine of Mr.
Stanlv's remarks as follows :
4Mr Stanly, of North Carolina;' obtain
ded Mr. Stanly obtained the floor.
Mr. Stanly said; Mr Chairman, I tbought
the other day, when ray friend from -New
York (Mr. Granger had touched the "bagpipe,-''
or the bag of wind, from whom we
have just heard, thai its tones would ''cease
for a white. But it seems I am mistaken.
cUs, sir, it is not so diflicult a mat-
hi to inflate this "gas-bag''
would sayl from South Car
olina. It lakes him (Mr. Pickens) about
and southern neighbors in political opinicr.: ;
she feels able' to stand alone. Shohas rr; -lesentatives
enough here to take caio cf !.; :
interests ah d her honor. She repudiate ,
she repels the arrogance which would t:'.
her under ils charge 3 r,
Sir,4hegentleman tells lis he "fighls c :
his own hook"; Hes need not have pro
cUimed Ibis, sir ; wherever that gentlcma;
is knciw0 iti is' well known he fights t ;
hi?" own. hook.".; Ye?, sir, this princip' ;
was proclaimed in a celebrated letter. It
is ' the principle,' on which some cf t!.
chivalry-aro to--1 perisb.,,-"r But, unliko i '
galUnt Yfnkee.of whom the story is to! J,
the gentleman does not content himself si::,
fighting on any one side, against the ene
mies of his country, but, sir, he fights th::
the"? ictory may .Veuuire" to his landard ! 5
He fights for and sguinst cither, side v he;;
a feeling of selfishness prompis him. ''O;;
bis own hook," with them, means fightir t
for, himself. :-; -u : h a-- ; I v
.The gentleman tells us, sit, with Lecc:..-
position is re
position he it
' I I in i-im " l i li
I I aa vaitl uilvQ
ill falls I ing the floor late- in the afternoon, retained
it until the House adjourned; a i little past
nine. ,? His speech was altogether bis finesi
effort. High as Mr. Stanly deservedly
stands, Uhe remarks he yesterday made,
when .they shall appear in a printed form
will raiae him still higher. He replied with
great severity to the several speeches o
Mr. Wise, and referred to the impracticable
character of the Vrrgiriiaj pciljticiansj in
general, tie said that JNorlb taiolina hau
Qes9jcut loose from the leading strings In which
fore the country !" His
us, need not be defined
SirV why does the gentleman, ",n 1US 2r
ttcipating his colleague, (Mr. Rhett)ia
throwing himself in r advance "so bohlly -travelling
out or the wty :to refer to r:,; ,
while another qieition -is under considtrn
tion why does he talk of his "positkn V
Yes, his rpostron'r Slr. Chairman, -siiion.
postion." is ihe word, the tvatt ! -
. . , - i u . I i wuru or mat Bcniiciuau auu his ...
wo hours to draw in wind enough to make " - , 6 , ,twkm . 3
: . -rrrr.f. i . . 1 her are eternally taking 'positions, ar, ,
an explosion lor nueen rainuieu, aim ouo ui ; ,. . . . 0. ; ;, i;i.,i ,4
K , i :. ,i i a.a 'defining position?." Sir. I do not like ti.:t
those explosions we have t.ist had. I did K , . J , . A.-a i f
not expect, sir. thai the remark. I made 'd 5 -
lat i?hi vu. d have drawn such a hor- cannot thmfc rnuch, sir, of Um-man , r-
net's nest about my ears.
man must keep on some tree i, and looks out for the pre;
remark, made or 'fights on bis own book ? -
tder considera. But, jur, the jfentleman will speak f I :
positioo.' i 1 he' whole country17 Unc;
his position,,h jtelts us! ' Ycy, fir, t!
country does knoy?t Jwd vhat ts il ? V
pewiiiow isTdefined . asi indeiBoable. D t
bis pQsUton. sir t!l
tempt to defiue ihe 'position ol the tail (
a grayeat, placing on a farmer's hearth, I
lore the Jrefs Or;toapeak more tespee f
fyrof a certain distinguished pcrsrfnage, i
tail of a tiger. Yesisir, jf you had a ts;
tamed, and would tie a piece of enrk tu :
tail, and let him' throVf1 it about; hith. r re
she had for years been retained, 8nd was
now: lie thanked God.free ant." indepen-
dent. jH- comaaredjher present character
little to tbe
1 kI'wutoui iii viuci ui mho wwiui
. v i... . . is r-' .. r .t f i- i .K..,rinrr nr rtvmtr-tiarnnrpa naia npfrrn.
4 y -and tJoirtrr rssions lor ine vtianiy jogs i ' - ,T
iWin madJaf Vbrnay; sessior; 1841. 1 will I appoint Charlt. Partee.orConcord, N. C..
NlMitOESv he property my lawful agent da.g my absence.from tht.
. o . .i . J l. . (.-
t IftL . -
.P !-"-v". t: t
hklare residence of John Trott,
tfay ot April next, one uue
years! bid, the-ovher an'old
imV -I M
t ' WW
!e - V.
Dec 4, 1840-flf
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Of all detentions for tale at fftts; Office.
with that of her neighbors, -very
advantage.either of South Caro
Old ! Dominion. He' then proceeded to
speak of the
vanity of South Carolina
appeared to regard that-State as the; only
p., . , . .-.. . .......... r - j
part of the Union to be consulted on every
question of importance, ' He proceeded to
show the ridiculous folly ol the opposition
of Sooth Carolina to the taxing of luxuries.
Railway Talking IVachine.-r-A fate
Journal, in preferring to the London and . Black
wall rail road, mentions a Ualking Machine"
copstrtcted with galvanic wires, by jraearisof
w liich con versa t ion s could be carried vnf between
London and Black wall with' the grealest ease
and precision. By Way of illostriatingthe effi-1 ure than any other part of the Union. He
cirutj yi tuia ti-.ii.s mituiurk wji. rj-wcMwii g.1(1 fijal Uie iarmers' oauf hters ana wives
triotism wboj insleaa ol pursuing the p:
Uete Mr. Everett rose to a point of or- ; , . ;i -..ti, i,bM
, , , ,; ,1 iigmj mm ihs " I"""
The Chair said,the gentle
in order, and not reply to rem
when another subject was under cousidera
lion, j '., 1.. M.'! As '
Mr Stanly said; I hope, Mr, Chairman,
I shall not be Interrupted ; I am replying
to remarks juft made.- ;j Sir,-the -gentleman
has beenplessedjtiriayjip. nol a very agree
able tonel that he did not wish to incur the
malice of the valianl kr.ightv as he calls
me .from North Carolina - I. may orMl
may not be. ) valiant, 'J Whether -.1 ram or
notj others must determine. Sfir, 1 have
never thought myself .born 4 insensible, to
fear.' I thank God 1 was born sensible lo
w i , i i - a' i - - r j : ' m-.ikav
, . .i t : .at. 4 aiirn-iniisnea lQaiTiuuai. iu nuuiuvi
on tins UOQT lua uc w- ouru iiucujiuio ' , ; o ,v..f v. ; .
in ear. la iu uiscuaiuir iu ivii rwt . r. .
tleman would have us believe he is.- Thai
he is insensible lo the fear oj thame, 1
most willingly admit. . - i . ? 5 '
The gentleman spoke of me as brandishn
I- - .... 1 1 1 I. ' n t .t . i
ing my oattie-axe,: into nienaru, as-no
with a sneer. ir. if i ever brandish-,
ed mv battle-axe on this floor, in prfsenve 1 " Pul
. 1 . 1 v- dm. m
nn it mittt havA hpen the, oentte. 1 uc Ktr.rfl'
man himself.; jnd 1 confess, ir, with all
- . -rii .
umiinr, mat 11 1 uau nu opponent uiut ; . .nnfl) ,u f
formidable than the geoUeman frora.South g D,nff -T ei: u oVi;
Carolina, I should feel like Richard, and be
insensible to fear ' in sucha presence.
The gentleman compares ray speech to
the attempiiof,asav:ige shooting at me
sun.' ITmay be so, sir. But the committee
as if she was more Injured by sujch a meas
said thlat be went to ibe station in London line
day to inquire for one of his assists falsi v He
was not , there, but the attendant said that be
would linquire if he was at thejother efcdof the
line';, be did so ;Jn a few seconds'the answer
was that he was not there, i But atxja
minutes afterwards the talking macbinejin
him io tlondon that his assistaat had arrived at I of the speech, which was one of ihe most
of many of tbe counties of the State of Ne w
York, wore more silk dresses than the
whole state of Sooth Carolina would con
snroe in a century... ...... ...i
T cannot pretend to give even a sketch
to the fear of danger.Jf ihe .gentle- ?.. Ts .)
ari pleases, and;:to the fear of.sbame.--; . rT;" .::,7'.. . 1
.,d, sir, I ;must be allowed to ay , that I flnnm .a. t W - - V -
. " . . . . . . I ,A ..n l,Am Cnnili Pirn in. ! Hfl lJ
not be ieve that any man, who eyer had i v.:,w..v.
1 . . . . . miuM-M.i. mint nr h tail.nl .
- " ' - . . -L 41 u III UltL mr mm ui vn, w w - - -
wi a at b-scs s ti n ana m iiipans in nnisi v a j
lo'.cbhelusiWriavVonlF to . say, s:r, l
the' gentleman .om ;outh .Grohna l!
though;my af mrnay be pigmy,thoD2h I t..
be but a sparrow in the estimation cf c
bornjnairiiatlJeoTrty'I am able sir,
whereas t'Jgparr6tB9 from 'North Ca'it'-
down a dozJn4 such cock-robins :
Mr. Chairman. in ml remarks yestcrc-
1 expressly dlfrJ-fmed the intention cf zv
I a 1 .iij . ... -"
inos of the gentlemen from South Care!
If they rhoofe to olako my remaiks per. :
al. let them da if. as soonf they pica? 2
Come one, Vomeall,- ye South ,Caro!r.
cock robins, if you. dare, t am ready for yc
will remember thai in the remarks I made,
1 did not address myel! to the gentleman,
who haa so unnecessarily interposed in this
debate. And why did 1 not, air f Nc4 be
cause 1 thought 1 should be a. ? powerless
In. the 'Austin Cttf" Gizetf e 3f ' J a n u 2 r;
V - , - .T
HW . 0 often .o.-meifully kicked irtd. rcncWeJ bet-ecn .he R"?"f 1": :
on thttliloor, thatXlhought he was beneath
my notice, and utterlinnsigiuficanL
fHere Mr. Pickens rose, attempted an j
27th, which if not
before us, we fin 1
M tho fTreatv la!
tho Government of Great Britain ;
Ait. 1- Guaranties reciprocity' cf) cce
i ...Mtiinn tiptnprn the ciltzt
mcrro auu nii.jjnv.. v...v- - ,
' or subjects of tbe two countries,