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the e4o( the year. ;
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idem paid Cr in adrunce. , :; r; -7 '
y No sbacr)lion dfoontinued (but at the option of the
IgJiioral uotS all arrearages are paid
I I 1 I ) TU OP' ADTERTISIXO. ' ;
Oae loUaf pr square for the first insertion and twenty
fire eenpfbr each continuance. . , .
Court nbticea and. Court orders will be charged 25 per
cent higher than the above rates. :
A Jeluctwn of 33 1-3 per cent will be madeo those
m'ao aderti4 by the Jrear.-v t . " ; -p ? i ;-. -AU
ajvertaementa; will be continued until forbid . and
charged,, for aordiagljr, unless ordered for a certain num-
btrol tmeait U ' -f ' -
i UT Letter addressed to the Editors must xome post
ftid to VnauM attention.
rto. in one of her charming let
ters from ptfeWlYork, gives the following
ffect$g anecdotes in regard to the refor
matory 'effects pf kindness : " 1
Tos far, the ameliorations at Sing
Sing een'productive of the most ben
fficiae1Icts. Limited and imperfect as
the erpentjhas hitherto been, it has
proved.higHily conducive to order and cheer
fill Qbediice. I jlihe nature of these chang
es in the admimstration, perhaps could
notbefmoW concisely inditednhan By.
m Til v&f CQOle 51 vvo ministers in
the Setofjlf fiends travelled together
nd one: was muchmore successful in his
Uborsutharthcf other. HoW dost thou
take ISO much mrW knlrlnf f h
fcearti l!1!8 Pple than I do ! said the
icasi qucwnt preacner. can tell thee in
a few words replied the other. I tell iKa
peopld thitlif thev do riirht tKiv
WWPP ' WpuT tell them that if theV
Jon t do riirht thev shall bW
it SinTCr.Sini? is1 to nnnkh n rir:nir a
cordial praise and in
of illroyemenf. The wisdom of 'such a
uPcivis45aeTffested to my mind several
years agolbyian: intelligent; well-educateol
voman; who had. bv .intern
in lGmafeof the almshouse at South
more ncourasremenL and less dri.
viriiT- Pf ifaPy would grant increased prS
Tilfgesfofi doing well; instead of thraiaiL
ening pun jshin,eft t for doing wrong.' I could
perform njv tasV with a cheerful.heart, if
w.TTfU1n, W t( me Vo your task
(juicklW ahd; behave well, -nnd you shall
pnertevening nthe: week
you may nav
f&tertairntig books. ?' But, instead of that,
it alwifys Isi Ifyourask is not done well,
you will MJpunished; O, nobodv. that has
never-fried it, knows how hard4hi mnU
workgbciffill;;.,;- --:; - A: L j
-1 thought of this woman wheniT rarl
BarrCornwalrs lines, called The Voor-
house:?; IfK Ij . '. . . '
" lo?H ? In ihe-Wgh-walW- yards . 1
. F 'frcejtnpn a rj pacing the barren ground ;
-'' Dte th long bire chambers ! girls '
' Afi Nen "r ewin.g,' without a sound - '
' Sewg.oii-.tUt the dismal eve? ! -
Nopwtnuntpito kind 'uought" 5
" DjI1V the pauper's breast of care ; , i . . . .
I .Nothjeng Jba-pqii in thergrierous past j ,
lif higto coine but the black despair y
Of r.iadi4priBcn; bereft of friends, vr "
Orjiulgry, oul in the open air V-
. Actinupdrj the principle to which I
7xMa W' W1 Edmonds, President of
ocinsrctors bf Sing Sing, last fourth of
set Jeach of the ;se venty-three wo
acn prioiers jaj beautiful bouquet, with a
rta- askitf jthem to receive the flowersas
stirri)oj4l pfthis approbation for their'
codiict.: bWhen the matrons passed
woughljelgalreries, every woman came
? H cel1 Avith the flowers in
MrhaniiJ and Earnest, thanks, and the
thispered H Gdcf bless you,w met Ihem
fTCfy sifP- Being alter ward assembled
j inrh 1" urougnt tneir,nowers,
T matron talked with them
habits Of seIf-irovernrnenf nnA nf th
ct oiftteir present conduct on their fu-
T TO fepts In life, the tears flowed
GlDIe- iQflcloii IhA miitrnnc writ' K
f-ia.. 1 s k . a f-r- wfc aa.w. r-
Th0 felTect bf this little exnerirrient
afestlio the more quiet aha gen-
Qents of the Drisoners. in their
wftenedMhtl sbNued tones of voice, and
f lheirf ready jand cheerful obedience. It
MSdeepfcned My convrctiori that howev
f aegraed byjin , or hardened by out
!e.aMronf while reason 'Jnaintaiqaj
w empir;ovrjjthe mind, there isjno heart
cilldu or Obdurate that th vnl nf
WhfiTO .S indnws may not reach iC
50 dtltWi.s to gi ve no response to the
fcaes 6f iriitiin love.w i
J Poultanji lately, beheaded in Paris
fcr robbcj-jl and murder, when his head
as UntMjhxe, saidr
ffi 7Scieiy arudge, because it pori
ame( rh4 1 the galleys when I was on-
I f?' After the expiration pf the
Mich I was sentenced, there was
a toouihls off left-iri 4ne to make an
wncst iah lut I was always pointed
wanexuiu wirn rnis snnierr. 1 wnuin
nrgnty ejatreat all who will listen
. j8 fcJfvjerV cautious how they treat
. ; b
fa4 it teaUngKprbperty valued at a
Altera' JiLL j--: .l.u.r
. '7"s "pauywiiu . prosiuuies anu
i!!4?16! continual sense "of
atiprf, , theirffuiure eourse likely
ahatk aldowbward onelTo
WtV6 vbc take such harsh measures
ttn.We8ffi instead bfj friendly
tand Christian interest Vin: the
4erwl!i -f?lf slre werer thyown daughter
Ur. vl?rnkers.-is it thus you would
fcftreat herl 2 ft shelobcehad a
ad flfc ml r f tchcd r cradle! tenderly
-ft ft W for that mother's sake; ;IC
c voice of Idve.tbea trea(J foot and a: very sraall quantity of bustleV bond SL-ct as usual for inspectors. ; M?
ilBRUNER &; JAMES,
I li JWitofi 4. Proprietors,
her more igentlyfor.that very reason rand
rbmemberf the jsjaying,-? Inasmuch as ye
KaTfi donejit .uno one of the, least iof jny
brethren, ye baVe done it unto me ? -
;Iyoul!likdvyise entreat those who
happen to jknowof some delinquency in a
fellow:beingjtoJkeep the secret faithfully,
so long asjhijs life gives assurance of sin
cere I amendment.-. -Ajvcry young ( man,
whbf fiot jjjn Slng Sing,: when tried for
jhisjsjqjoileiicfc at the bar
jQaiji substance as follows; .
If if ijBjtiiiaffece - was' committed' more
In toughteMnes than with deliberate
wickedness. But I felt thatl was to blame.
ana was wiuins: to Dear the penalty like
man.. In orison. 1 formed the strongest
ripfotioniid atone for imv fault hv lift
of bobest tiseiulrfess;,: When mv term was
fqtjsjK good deal of dif-
ncuity, in;orjjtaiting employment. I did
mjesttiffia the confidence of my em
ploye r, ana ibecfeeded Every dar I felt
my manboM grow stronger. J But at last
ajrrson cra, iptp the store who eyed me
lfyt aned pale;under his gaze,
lie tjpld my jfjmployer that he had seen me
Woigji cnycts at Sing Sing ; and I
was .sternly dismissed from his? service. I
wen.i to Pf ilade phia, to seek for any hon
p4 pbnierit I could find; but a man
whojjsaw Ine there told me if IaMd riot quit
JL$e Jjiinjtweny-fbur hours be would ex
posLme!:lJ came back disheartened to
ypi. j I ljadspent my last dollar.
qhrisUansl would not give mei aiome ;
gamblers hrid thieves would ; and here I
ainganori m$ way to Sing Sing ; ,
llf aidev1what if this young man were
PPfll0 jon t PI give you such a heart
as had ;jth kindjold woman, who, running
to the assistance of a strancrer
i jtfie streetj was asked, Is he your son.!'
rr ' t-rr u
a Mother Responsible
Al mother is usually also a wiff nnl Uc
anaement ot a lamily and a direct
over subordination to her head,
at of authoritv and wields th
VW$ W iffovernment. 'y From a position
f entire :dtnendenr she hnc ricon fv nnr
T Mdrk,f and though her throne may
hi? ih a ypttage, and her dominion the lit.
tljejyorkf 4f household, affairs, yet is she
PPitW l1 ba,)y responsible, than is that
ypuhfulfflieen vho now sways a sceptre
ove thefour quarters of the earth. But
for; Thai is $he responsible?; ,
j She is responsible for the nursing and
f?4W?&!MI her progeny ; for their physi
?! NriiBtjon and growth; their exer
cise! aridj prober sustenance in earlv life.
4- c lild Jeft to row updeformed, bloated,
or nieare, is an object of maternal negli-
HSie isj fpsponsible for a child's habits ;
inci Jdiug cleanliness, order, conversation,
emipg bieepmg, manners, and general
untaught in these particulars, will Drove
lirinpr monument of narental disren-artl
ecausei generally speaking, a mother canT
l she wilhrgreatly control children in these
mattersH ; -, . . . . .
j Sie i Responsible for theirdeportment.
She car make t lem fearful and cringing,
si cannjalie,th,em modest or impertinent,
itigeniobspr; deceitful ; mean or manly ;
clownish ijrr polite, The germ of all these'
things is ip childhood,' and a mother can
repress or bring them forth.
ihe i s rdspoasible for the principles
wHich ljetj children entertain in early life,
fojr heif it is! to say whether those who go
forth, (mm her 1 ireside, shall be imbued
(Yt snamenti of virtue, truth, honor,
honesty, tempen nee, industry .benevolence
and 'morality, or! those of a contrary cha-jtpllr-l-vlce,
fraud, drunkenness, idleness,
ciptpijsress.. jThese last will be found
0 ;lbji I of te most natural growth ; but on
!jrjis ifevjolved the daily, hourly task of
weeding her little garden of eradicating
thse; odious productions, and planting the
utnwth the? lily, the rose and the amv
arnaihj that fadeless flower, emblem ,of
t Sr?fs 1 a Vry considerable extent re-'
sponsible jfor the temper and disposition of
hfJdfen Constitutionally they may
be Violent,: irritable, or revengeful ; but
fprthereplatin;or correction of these
rjassions baothei-is responsible; r
I Responsible. for the intellectual
aicuirlmpnt of fier children, that is, she is
bqupdooj what she canpr. this object.
Schools, Academies. -and colleerfts onn
jrpFM. thrpughout our land ; jand ey-.
airy thriis under heavy responsibilities
tp! see fhat her pons and daughters have
all j beie,fib which these afford and which;
circumstances will permit them to enjoy,:
1 1 Sh eliS reSDOnsible for I h pa r rl i o-intis
iaiibyThe beginning of all wisdomTis;
Uodj ; and. this every, mother
Reverence for Godacquaint-
ance vrith His word, respect for the duties
vym 41.1s wuru, respect
bnd bruinance of;religibn are within the
cmiaren grow- pp ignorant or regaraiess.
bfj Bible arid the Saviour, what moth
er, yhtri Ihxjbrisiders i the: wickeness;bf
lam fiu raan.nearH can e pevv ujwu.w nav
up and call hen blessed (Juoiiers jout.
lis arid beautiful of all creation's work, is
ft p rettv vburi jr fwoman with
a neat little
, JVEfT A CTTECX CTOX.JLLL TOtnt
' .IS SATE.'
. ' 1 . OF THE r ' r- I v f
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- Acts and Resolutions; j
Passed by the Legislature of North Caro
rl'Una, 184t45.; , j : ; '
44. To amend an act to provide (or tbe col.
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lection and management of , a revenue for this
State. . Provides that the Comptroller shall al.
low for insolvents in settling with sheriffs ; and
repeals so much as requires the Comptroller to
njroishcertain:blanks.-;-;. i ,,
; 45. For the reorganization of the Portsmouth
nnd Roanoke Rail Road Company, j Provides
that the. Governor shall appoint a commissioner
to act with commissioners from Virginia jo sell
the road, franchise, &c. to purchasers,! but rights
of creditors shall not be affected, by the sale. '
46. To repeal a part of an act ot the Revised
Statutes, chap. 8$, sec 1,'as to time and manner
of electing-wardens of the poor, so far as re.
lates to the counties of Hertford, Tyrrell and
Yancey. . Provides that the jcounty courts of
each of these counties shall, at tbe first term af
ter Jan. next, and every three years thereafter,
electseven freeholders as wardens of the) poor.
47. To revive and continue in.' force an 'act to
authorise the laying off and establishing a turn,
pike road from Laxton Lynch's, in Burke, to
the widow Sale's, in Buncombe. Revives the
said act, except 'so much as authorises a! sub
scription on tbe part of the State, i
48. To amend the 103d ch. Rvised Statutes
concerning the improvement of. rivers and
creeks, and to prevent obstruction to their navi.
gat ion. Provides that county courts, where
streams have been or may hereafter he improv
ed under tbe provisions ot the above recited act,
shall appoint overseers and assign hands' to keep
them clear, but slopes to be - kept in repair bv
tbe owner. ; . ' - 'j ' I j' j
49. To revive and continue in force tbe act
of 1831 32, to re-enact and extend the provi.
sions of an act of 1829, to incorporate the; Lake
Drummond and Orapeake Canal Company, eni'
titled an act to amend an act of last session to
incorporate said company, &c. Revives act
of 1831 '32, and appoints Jesse; Wiggins and
others commissioners to open books of subscript
tionv ill-' i ' i M I-
50. Supplemental to the act of last session to
establish the county of McDowell,, j Provides
for a Superior court for said county, to be held
at Union, on the 3d Monday after tbe 4th in
Sept, 1845, and on the 6th Monday after 4th in
March and Sept. thereafter. T ; j !
51. To provide for making a survey from Ra
leigh and Fayetteville, west, to the Georgia line;
Directs the Governor, before the 3d Monday in
Nov. 1846, to Cause a survey to be made: with
a view of making a turnpike road. . j j
52. To amend ihe Revised Statute entitled
religious societies. Provides that the Confer
encc. Synod, Convention or other religious body
representing any church, 'shall bavej power, to
appoint trustees to hold property for sucb church.
53s For a canal from Cape Fear to' Lumber
river. Provides that a company may be form
ed, with a capital of $300,000 for said purpose.
54. To alter, the time of holding tne Superi
or Courts of Law and Equity for the counties
of Rockingham and Guilford. Gives the se
cond week of Guilford court to Rockingham for
both terms of 1845, and the same to Orange for
1846, and then to return back to Guilford as
heretofore. , j 1 ': ! !
55. Concerning Sheriffs and Constables.-
l.onenns and constables not using due diligence
in the collection of claims placed in their hands,
shall be liable for the amount. j !
56. Authorising tbe making a turnpike road
in Wilkes county, and to incorporate a company
for that purpose. t I I
57. To consolidate and amend the acts here
tofore passed oh the subject of common schools.
Provides, among the principal amendments and
alterations, that superintendents shall be ap
pointed by the court next preceding the first
Monday of October in every year, and take of
fice on tbe first Monday of October : i that com
mittees shall be elected on the last Saturday of
September in every year, and take office on the
first Monday of October ; and present superin
tendents apd committees shall continue in office
until others are chosen as required by the act ;
that the chairman of superintendents shajl be
allowed to retain 2 per cent, of all mones that
may pdtss through his bands as a compensation
for his services ; that this act shall bei distribu
ted among the counties ; that all persons over
tbe age of four years, shall be allowed to1 go to
the schools ; and that county tax, when levied,
shall not be less than one half of the estimated
amount to be raised from tbe State. !
58. Providing for the appointment of Engros
sing clerks. Provides that only one shall be
appointed at the commencement of the session,
by the Legislature ; and that others may be ap
pointed, not Exceeding two, by ; the principal
clerks ; and snail not receive more than j $3 a
day each. jj,'. ' " ' j " j'- ':
59. To repeal an act passed in the year 1825,
entitled an act to repeal m part an act passed
in the year 1920; entitled an act to authorise
and empower he commissioners; of ihe several
towns, of Fayette villef Newberh, AVilratngto
and Tarhorbugh, to organize and keep up Fire
Engine Companies. ' ' I )
I 60. .Supplemental to an act passed at the
General Assembly of 1842-3, "entitled an act
to lay off and establish a county, by' the name
of McDoweliJand to fix the time at which ib
Superior, Couiis of Law and.CqartsJofjqQit
and two terms' of tbe non-jury courts of Pleas
and Quarter Sessions shall be held in tbe coun-
lie Composing me seveuiu uui.iai viiuii.
61. Repealin; the tttn sec iter.
Statf cori- j
cerning crimes ana punisomems,
62. To amend the 7th section of the Revised
Stafutes, entitled "Guardian and Ward.w
Provides tha whereany guardian shall e "re
moved under iaid section and the person ap.
pointed in his jblace refuses to accent, Attorney
General shall! bring Tuil against him arid his
sureties. -, . . . -- . f '- r
63. Concerning the inspectors ofiflour Au
thorises the county court of. New J janorer to
ippoint an inspector of flour for .Wilmington,
wno snau noia nis ouice lor uo
fril I jik vlln
. RcLfcM. ji Do THIS, AX LtBXKTT
il , L .JCcriUnarrUa. r.::
V3 j64. To amend an act passed in 1843, entitled
an act to incorporate tne Nantahajah Turnpike
Company, s Extends time for opening books to
1st March, 1845 ; and reduces stock to 3,000
dollars. "- r ' t . - : . , . . .
j 65." To provide for the education and 'main
tenance of the poor and destitute deaf mutes and
bljind persons in this State.! Appropriates an
nually $5,000 from the Literary Fund to the ed
tupation and maintenance of these classes, un
der the selection and direction of the Literary
Board, either by opening schools in this State
or sending them to institutions in other States :
arid county ; courts mayj levy, taxes to the amount
of 75 dollars for the support of every such per
son selected from theif counties.
: 66. To prevent free! negroes and mulattoes
from trafficking in ardent spi rits. Provides that
they shall not sell, directly or indirectly, any
spirits except such as they make themselves,
under a penalty of ten; dollars for the first of
fence ; and for the second offence shall be sub
ject to indictment, and! fine lor imprisonment at
uiscrcnon 01 me ouperior ourt.
67. Supplemental to an act of the present
session, to attach that part , of Carteret, known
a Ocracoke to Hyde county.
68. To repeal an act to repeal the third sec
tion of the act of 1825, to direct the manner in
which licenses; shall hereafter be issued to' re
tailers of spirituous liquors,: so far as regards the
counties of Richmond and New Hanover.
j 69. To prevent frauds in levying executions
issued by a single justice, and to encourage and
facilitate the practice of taking security for the
forthcoming of property seized under execution.
Provides that lwnd given for forthcoming of
personal chattels under execution, shall contain
statement of such chattels, and list also be giv
en to securities.
70. To incorporate tbe North Carolina Mi
ning, Manufacturing and Land Association.
Capital not to exceed 100,000, in shares of 100
dollars each, and stockholders to be liable in
their individual capacity, in proportion to their
stock. I fi
71. Relative to Notaries! Limits theirfees
for each notice to 50 cents, except as to vessels.
172. In relation to the State Library. Li
brarian to keep open 'Library between the
hours of nine and twelve, and two and five o'
clock. . h j: ' j '
73. For the more speedy administration of
justice. Gives the Judges the power to ap
point and hold extra jTerms of tbe Superior
Courts, to be paid for tljeir services by the coun
ty in which any such term may be held.
! 74. In addition to the Revised Statutes enti
tied Wills and Testaments, tfi amend the same
abd to repeal part of the t5th section of the
Rev. Statutes, entitled lands of deceased debt
ojrs. Provides that administration may he had
in this State. It authorises a testator to bequeath
every interest he has, though not in possession ;
and provides for free construction of Wills.
I 75. To amend the 59th chapter of the Rev.
Statutes and 49th section of said act. Pro
vides that inspectors, under a penalty of 100
dollars, shall make a difference as to hard and
soft turpentine, &c, except in Beaufort, Carter
et, Martin, Greene, Pitt, Craven, Onslow and
Wayne. . j j '. .j
j 76. Concerning the agents of Cherokee
Lands. To furnish the Comptroller duplicate
statements of moneys collected.
j 77. To amend the 10th section of the 45th
chapter Revised Statutes. Authorises Courts
of Equity to appoint time. and place of 6ale.
j 78. To provide for removal of obstructions to
navigation of Roanoke, j occasioned by erection
of Petersburg Rail Road j Bridge. Provides
that tbe company shall construct a draw to ad
mit the passage of vessels and boats, and pay
the State 25 cents for every person passiug over
said bridge. L j
j 79. To prevent fraudulent voting. Makes
fraudulent voting indictable and punishable by
fine and imprisonment.
! 80. Amending act concerning coroners.
Giving 3 justices power to appoint one, where
there is no coroner.
j 81. Declaratory to the act to aid Internal Im
i 82. To amend the Rev. Statutes concerning
guardian and j ward.
1. To amend the act incorporating the Trus
tees of Edenton Academy.
J 2. To amend the act for the betterregulation
of the town of Mocksville.
i 3. To incorporate the jtown of Marion, in the
county of McDowell, and to appoint commis
sioners for the same.
4. To authorise the county court of Lincoln
to exercise exclusive jurisdiction over the pub
lic road which is the dividing line between the
counties of Lincoln and Cleveland.
i 5. To amend an act to change tbe location of I
tbe court bouse of the county of Montgomery,
and for other; purposes, passed 1842-'3. Au
thorises former commissioners io establish the
town of TroV, at West's Old Field, arid to lo
cate therein the court house and jail ; and the
county court, at April Term, shall lay tax to pay
for said buildings. i
6. To authorise Samuel Chunn to establish
a toll bridge over French 'Broad River, in the
county of Buncombe. ! .
j 7. To incorporate Crosi Creek Lodge, No.
4, of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in
the town of Fayetteville.
j 8. To prevent the obstructing of fish passing
up Six Rons jCreek, in Sampson county. Pre
scribes a penalty of fifty dollars for the offence,
if a white person, and whipping, if a slave.
I 9. Making compensation! to the jurors of
Hyde. Allows them 75 cents a day. - ;
! 10. To alter the mode of appointing consta-
hies in Tyrrell county. ; Gives ihe election to
tbe county court. . . - - . 4 v - , . . -!; ' . , (!
I 11.; To regulate the 70tb and 71st regiments,
if the militias f Militia in Lincoln formerly at
tached to 70th to be attached to 71st regiment: I
and that portion in Catawba formerly of the 71st
Jo be of the70th: h" '1 T"1
. 15L ReDealinff an act ofl 1B28, directing the
f ' 13. IricorporaUnglhe trustees of Milton Fe
male Institute, inthe county of Caswell. ;'.
li: Incorporating the town of Monroe, in the
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i '15,vTo altachV portion of the roilitia of the
69th regiment to the 68th, ;, ; . 'I .
16. Incorporating the Franklinsville Guards
in the county of Randolph: ; , ft
; 17.' Incorporating a company of cavalrin the
town of Wilmington. " ' : , .
- au?10riscthe county court of Beaufort
fo appoint special justice? of the peace, and ma
king comj)en?ation jo such justices for. certain
services. Court, a t first te rm after lsf January
may appoint a s many 'special justices as -it may
think proper for ibej county, to recetVe fees for
their services; but jnot more than two tobeapV
pointed for the town bfj. Washington. :
19. To authorise the Portsmouth and Roan
oke Rail Road Company to charge tolls on their
bridge over Roanoke iye near WreIdon.
20. Incorporating a' milling company in the
county of Anson. Constituies Wm. G. Smith,
Ebcn JVelms, Jos. p. Nelms, a body corporate,
to be styled the Pee Dee Milling Company.
rJZV Incorporating the Phoenix Fire Companv,
in the town of Elizabeth City. 1 "
22. To prevent the felling of timber in the
water courses of t he county of Guilford. Im
poses a penalty of jen dollars for every offence.
23. Incorporating the Newbern Mechanics
Association, j v j i '
24. To jimend an act to incorporate the Fay
etteville Riflemen, j
25. To change the place nf holding the coun
ty and Superior courts of.McDowcll.
26. ' To revive an act for the better regulation
of Ihe town of Wafrenton.
27. Incorporating the town of Rockingham,
in tbe county of Richmond.
28. To ledse a silver mine to George South -erlin,
the discoverer, and for other purposes.
29. To prevent; the felling of limber in the
creeks and rivers within the county of Cabar--rus.
30. To incorporate the Fayetteville Library
Institute. j .
31. To amend tne act of 1836-7, to incor
porate the town offGreensborough.
32 To alter the mode of annointinsr consta.
1 bles in Reaufort county. Vests their election
in tne county court ot said county.
33. Incorporating Washington Lodge, No. 3,
of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in
34 SuDDlemental to the art nf
sion,to amend an act to incorporate the Presi- f
dent and Directors; and Company of the Yadkin
loll Bridge. Authorises a toll on a loaded
wagon, of 25 cents. I
35. To loan to the North Carolina Military
Academy at Raleigh, for the use of the cadets
thereof, the necessary military arms and equip
ments, i . ;
36 To appoint commissioners for the town of
Asbeboro', and to jncorponite the same.
37 To provide for the opening and clearing
out of Muddy Creek and its branches, in Stokes
county. Makes it the duty of the first county
court after 1st JanJ nest, to order the clearing
out of these streams ; to lay them off .into dis.
tricts, appoint an overseer for each,, and appoint
hands to each, from those liable to work on pub
38 To appoint commissioners to lay off a road
in the county of Ashe! Appoints Thomas S.
Calloway and others to lay off a road -from
Fred. Soverts to DpnierBardctsV
" 39 Incorporating a corps of cavalry, in the
county of Chowan,
40 Incorporating DunnjFaison Academy, in
Duplin. 1 I
41 Dividing the militia of Anson into two
vz 10 improve;
the navigation of Cypress
Authorises James Cromar-
creek, in Bladen.
tie to clear out said creek for five miles.
43 To incorpora te the Trustees of the Beth
ania Literary Society and Academy in Stokes
44 To incorporate a volunteer infantry com
pany in Washington, Beaufort county.
45 Making compensation to Tales Jurors in
the county of Perspnl -
46 To incorporate a corps of Cavalry in tbe
county of Perquimbns.
47 To incorporate Trustees of the Morgan
ton Academy:in Burke county.
48 To incorporate the Carthage male and
female Academies jin the county of Moore.
49 For the relief of Samuel Sowers.
50 To establish a new regimeot out of the
militia in tbe county of Union.
51 To incorporate the town of Pittsborough,
in the county of Chatham.
52 Giving the county courts of Stanly two
53 To prevent obstructions in Hitchcock's
creek, in the county of Richmond. v
54 To divide the militia of Anson into two
regiments. j ...
55 To amend ah act to incorporate the town
of Shelby, and for other purposes.
56 Repealing part of the act Rev. Statutes,
chapter 89, section 1, as to the time and man.
ner of electing wardens of tbe poor, so far as
relates to Northampton. County Court to elect
twelve wardens every three years.
. 57 To authorise the county court of Pitt to
appoint special justices of tbe peace and making
compensation to such justices for certain purpo
ses. 53 To repeal anact of 1825, concerning fire
companies in Fayetteville.
59 To authorise the holding two additional
terms of the couutyj courts of Catawba, at which
there shall be no jury trials.
60 To incorporate "Washington Academy, in
the county of Duplin,'-' '
61 To locate the -court house. in the county of
Catawba, at the town of Newton. ; ,
62 To appoint commissioners fcr the town of
KocKtord, in the county of burry. -" ? ; ; v
63 To repeal ah act of 1842 to repeal an act
of 1835 entitled an act to abolish the office of
abolish the office cf county trustee in the county
of Moore.' - I r , - - ; '' -
"64 .To confirm la "sale by 'Jaraes rW Guinn,
agent Confirms his sale to Scroop Entoe. "
65 Tb'authorise the removal of countylseat
coDlJ Te u' 4 ;
66 To amend the
act to authorise' a Turnpike
from Blockhouse fo Cain ;Creek Bridge. 'i , '.
f 67 To establish and regulate a turnpike road 1 e
in Macon, tobe called the Tenr
i urnpike company.
Vt,..'; 1 RESOLUTIONS. '
1 Resolution in favor of Wm. J, Lewis for '
024 for carrying a writ of Election to Pittcoun!,
ri 2. Authoring the Governor to erect Grave
jMff.H of deceased members, of
the Assembly. ;
7 3.1a far6r of Israel Barnett. . Directs the "
Secretary of Slate to issue a grant for 59 acres
of Land in Cherokee county.; fj "
7 .4 In . fUvc. of .Leonard ZigUrpSherifT . 0f
Stokes county. " Returns $40, Jor Insolvent
Polls. f f - vH y. y r . . f
- 5 In fatior.of; Henrr AddinMon. : ; fbiri.
the Public Treasurer to return him four Bonds
executed by him. for the sum 00115 39. J ' ;
6 In favor of James. C. Turrehline, Sheriff- '
JiT1 Ueturns him 300
paid ry htm upon value of land, in cons
of an error fn the general estimate of tbo lahd .
7 In favor of Wml Utr'mr mnA r.ron' Tim
ronsentirnri . s
AJIoprs five, days compensation for assisting in ,
we organization ot tbe senate.! r--r,- j..
v O in tavor ot Arthur s.; Aloorios. , SherifT nf 7
Martin conly; Returns him$55 50 being one r 1
half of a penalty collected by him from GeoW'1
, n lavor oi v in. ums .ot Macon rountv. -, v.
I Authorizes tbe isuin of a grant to said Dills. 1
, -lOjln ffvjpnsf John L. Christian, Sheriff of v . "
Montgomery cpunty. f Returns $200 to him, ! -collected
for failing to till the ClerkV:Certifi- 1 " .
cate, relative to blank licenses; 'i ; 1.
"1 111 Relating to Smithville in Brunswick co. C'.. .
I Authorises the U. S. Officer in rommnnH nt : 5 v
Fort J phnston, to close up 1 Ellis Street in .said 1 ,
124 In favor of Wm. T. Bain fof$16, as an v- -
express to Col. James Watt, one of the Council r - u
of State, jtb attend a meeting of the Council. ' ' ' ' 1
wooccourityj" Grants a 'reduction of $1462 . ' f
on tHe bondijof John Dillard and others fori;; '.
Un j jafpr of Samuel .Walters, of Btacoo.
county.vllli !:,, :;t . S " . -
151 In Javior of Thomas J. Roane, of Macon s'
county. T r" -j r ,
1 16;: In favor of John Hill and others: vr
17In;farbf of Morriss 1 R. Tayloe "and C.
Kephart of Cherokee coiintr. . rGninl.them 7
J000 acres pf land to erect Iron .Works on.
-f"w ' Wi ' - . .. ... ... .... .. .
In favpr of L. II. IMarsteller.
In favor of Wm. Thompson of Ralehrh.
for $03 5bJ
20 J Relating to the Committee Rooms, in the -Capitol.!LM
: , . . ; ':,t?-'.
21iInJifor of Thomas Wilsdn Sheriff of V
Yancey uhty, for $51-36. "e -v. ,1
22 Infavor of William Davidson of Meek.":- 1 (
lenhurg county, for $839 93, being-the . fourth '' -part
of a Judgment obtained bVhira arainsttbo ; "
Catatxbr (Kavigatioh' Company) in which the -Slate
is a! Stockholder, t-, ; ' li I
23l I.n ffr of Thomas WrRooker. Directs
the Adjutanjt General not to proceed against him, v
for failing; to make return to the Brigadier Gen-' h
eral.J f ji '"- J , -;
24 In favbr of Michael FranclsiEsq. .-i,'.VL
25j Relating to the Siatue of Washington.'
Ui rents the; Oovernor to cause the fragmeuts
of the Statue of Washington," to be removed to
the room bf the State Library. , ';l
26 In favor of the Commissioners of Raleigh Jvi C
Authorises them to get building stonefrom the " C, '
State's1 Quarry. . -'V .'
;27 fn favor of the Doorkeepers of both IIous- , ?
es; for $25 extra :pay. " P--- "V 5
28 Relating to the interchange of Documents '
Approves of the proposition ot the Legislature f
of South Carolina, and recommends its univer-
Authorising the Governor to employ coun. ;
all ...t L'. . ' . i . . r. . .
an wuere me inieresi 01 me otaie .:
Authorising the purchase of a .National
for the State,; T--VI i I. I
31 In favor of Thomas M. Cash.' of Alabama M l
In favor of John II.
ueeier, i'uduc .
Appropriating $1000, for purchase of furV -t , - ,
niture for the Governor's House.
34 Relati've to rebuilding of the Branch 3Iint
at Charlotfeg Memorializes Congress for an
apprcipriatiqh to rebuild the Mint, '-;'
35j In favor of Adman . Van Bokkelinfor
$500, for the storage and package of Arras ;
Aumvrising iv. t. Asnton 10 enclose a
lot in the city of Raleigh. s r .1 '
In favor of Justin Martendale, for $4 55
In favor of the Commissioners of the town
of Wilmington and others; for $327 28.
39 In favor of John A. Averett. Sheriff of
Onslow county, $200, being the amount recov. .
ered jagaiost him. . " 'f-
40 In fuTor of Reeder & Lougee, for $9 '50.' li
;41j In favor of Wm. Ennett,'for $25, forcar- '
rying1 a writ of Election to Onslow county. ) ,
42 Authorising the Governor to foreclose the
Mortgages executed by the Clubfoot and Har-
low yreek Canal Company. u : j
43i Lelfltinnrfn the Cnnrniree Tnrliiin4 rtniiVmrr
in i North Carolina. . Request a our, Senators
and Representatives In Congress to use their
influence to obtain a -speedr settlement , of the
just claims of the Cherokee Indians residing in
this State;! -' , ., !
; 44 Concerning tbe printing of the Inaugural t
Addresses of the Gorernor'sof this Stater" -1
!45l In favor of the' students of the Raleigh
Acariemyi Loans 50 muskets. - t ' h - v
46; Relating to the estimates of allowances. "
47j Resolution directing.-the Secretary of V
Statej to receive proposals for enclosing the cap- ?
itol square with a stone Wall, and an Iron RiiiL1
ing ff nee, and submit the same to the next Le."
gislaure.1 H i - , 41 ; j H
48 Resolution-relating to the History of the
Stat el Directs the Governor to collect infor-
iiMuyu tuts Buujecuj
; ITtiE Chaft Looking Upw The newly elect-jv
ed. Vice President of Texas K. LAnderson
. J .. 1 , . J. . ' -r. .
erveu nit time-as an apjixuuce iu iuc suoe ma-
king business. By his industry and persever-
encel he mow occupies a. seat, uocsccorsa
.1 ft fV- 1, .
conspicuous in tbe young Republic"1 :
fTe present constitution of NewJIIampshire
forbids Catholics from holding any office in the ' S
State. At ithe. recent election it was submitted ,
to thi people whether that provision should be' U
expunged or remain, and they decidedby a large i
majctitjrtoj retain it! , New Hampshire is a -"Democratic
Stale !. r '-' V 1
"rlttCiIt is said word hurt nobody ;;neverthe."'
less jSanipsonyatred a thousand Philistines to
deatC;;l WeIirSampson is the .onIv"nian thai s-
killed any person hrjaicwg!