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i DEFENCE OF THE IVOLUNTEEIL3
V' U Ttoon a bill Lncreasinj; The number and pay
i f & cevUin officers, & rV STEW ARpmadej tfie
' -jt Moinremitk In Dchatfoflhe ybluntcpjjj
VV j 4 i Mr; STEWART skid thai he SjV
k: ltommiikc.vvens'1 ceding too imkh of-tbif
t t : t UrAt-isiun for the officers of the
sM - J illUIC III tMfci r
v' ,;-AJ:suaCI tup a urxkd! sedition iLAvaii
ir the President could be defended in.sucn k . abQU lH4m iU UJfciViVis. I I
wuoouriirs .sumuu M.g.-- V TlreSe! justly obnoxioui atvs pSCrtUrt
war to the consideration of the Keprc a nwv f , j ,- 1 , j llvt a V
. - . -.' f L.I
' privates in tliexanKst . ws'h'TV i "j 1
IhlUetheritwowiabaiin order to raote M amend.;
ment 'to the'um&ent now; propped making
r Ja increase in the pi.v of. volunteer The of.
i ; ificcrs werojH pa d and could tak care, of
I ; I t.am.l. htt"tt h.i was to hecome bf the fam.
i ilies of the poor vol
untecrs, who jehcountered
nUiuirr service; for seven
ientatives of the people who had to tight ine Dai4
ties and fcearXthe burdens, wei ej questions he
would riot now discuss! iThe President had as-j
sumed the responsibility, and he would have to
meet it. The war is upon us ; ;no matter how
or 1V whdlrf brousht on. U is out duty a to prose i
t cute it to a speedy and nonorauie ctuuiuv
and to this end be was ready to give an mo
hey. all the men. all he cncrgynd power of
Government. He would not now further detain
the committee ; he wished not to assail fbers,
bat this much he felt constrained to sa ,n.
dicalion f himself and his Aiends agamst lhe
fa'se charffes made on this fioor ana in o Pu
II' .L I I-V.I.. t tni il.rv
i ' 'nit n ( nu rnkiiiiiv in iiiiiiliii w
"it : : lUli! . montbt It was a rerr ' comfortable
ii L1! thing to have offlcer! birth anf kmple.pro.
:') ixUioti from GbyermUjt, while the! nfen hd to
. M fight lor! almost notJ;in He tlugh it wag
! " I i these very m-nf whb alicr nil had, to hear the
brunt of the battle, tvUo ougui ursi.iv oo prui.
-.dedfor.i V'tr' !' - j ' i
Mr. S; had risen mainly tor tbd purpose, ot
imli4iinr htrnself kind thoso who acted With
w l n
der the AdmiBifatioalGditbEi Ad
ams, maKing i m crime 10 BM)f6
against thePribsiaent on iany occaibii, and
the snpportpt yntch hurietl mrn jrojipowt
er. is now beirigircyiyeu and ent jijcfea by
by the LocffiM party. ": tCot by &-enact-ing
the said Law j but bv proclaitijing all
who isapproyje) c f the cpiirse M rr. PolV
as, Traitors! :Wds such doctrine ever dis
seminated bytie foundqrs of tire Govern
ment? Noi We Mwayd ihoughthat the
freedom of speech and of the Press
two of the main things guarantied
people of thej country by the Consti
ic press, that the Whis were endeavoring.
discouraffo volunteers and eraoarm uC v.u
eminent in the prosecution of tbe war.. t
As to the provisions of the present bill, Mr. S
was opposed to making the office of paymasters
permanent ; and he hoped, therefore, either that
iK -mrnriment of the gentleman from New
me sctuuu rye.- - . , r
i pr PROTECTION AND PPJCES. :
1 lit is thauniversai practice ot ine locoio
co party to malie a great noise about the
Tariff and the . high prices which it makes
Farmers aiid the poor. people pay.
iCowv we have al wavs contended that it
was not thp tax leyied upon imported goods
that j mad4item higher; but that it is the
smailness ofj thes quantity in market.
Again : We contended also, that even if
of the United States. But it seems that
Locofocoism.l finding itself in the ; wrong,
and deserving 'the severest reprehension,
htv tvnnld be stricken out. He then said that
if the. motion was now in order, he would move
to increase the pay f volunteers in the existing
war to ten dollars a month, and; to make a dona
tion of one hundred and sixty Uteres of land L0
all who served to the end of the war, and to the
heirs of those who died in the- service. This
motion was afterwards submitted by Mr. S. and
rejected. v ,
THE CAROLINA VATCUJ1AX.
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Salisbury, ST. ?.
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1846.
William A. Graham
OF ORANGE COUNTY.
Y',m Lm fi!i find calumnious charge. 1 1 he
XVhign in ihftt HouiO had been dharged With
throwing pold walei upon he war dishpa-ten-:
ing; the r nation, and decrying and discoura.
ging-the; volunteers. Novf, actions spoke loud
er VhaV jvords, and ie should, on iis occasion,;
appeal to facts to ihow who were and who
were not justly .liatle to this charge. What
were the facts J i I. : I (
-'-; X few days siheo a bill had been returned
from' the Senate reducing the pay pf the volun.;
leers from ten dolla s a month to leven dollars
a rrtontb, and'oo coi curnng with tat reduct on
the yeas and nays hjad been called ; and what
was, the result? The Whigs inj that House
went in a body against concurrence and for
giving the volunteers ten dollars, while every
.member of the Democratic party with the ex
ceptiun of tight, had voted to reduce their; pay
to seren dollars. ; Was that the way patrjotic
f;entlemcn eacourgud volunteering f-; Mr. S.
ooked at votes, not at speeches, file, did not
ask, who flattered the volunteers, lut who voted
lb pay them. ' AppV this test, aiid how stood
the two parties 1 Vho voted to give thein ten j
1 dollars a month 1 The Whigs. v ho were ior
fcducinir their par to seven dollars 1 1 ho De.
j fact for ilio vmdicat joii of himself arid his friends.!
lie appealed t? the reiord. There stood tho
yeas arid nays. y L.ci gentlemen ufjny ineir own
t votes il thev1chose
f:-t Whfit mnrrtT , Mr a. bad . intrDduccd a lire
f . . . - rr - - . '
solution Avhich proposed to increase the pai' of
p volunteers to :ien dpuars, ana io give mem a
i hundred and sixty acres of land. Here was
another test. Every Whig but Treivoted in favor!
,trtLiit,Ii,ny ! ; 7 ! 0O-The "Standard" and "Farmers' Jour-
I S Mi S. iiad renewed the samle proposition ; nal" make quite a splutter about a small art!
. j yesterday in( Committee o.f the Wholci but it j cle which appeared in the W atchmantwo weeks
Iiyas again ,Voted ddivn by gentlemen on tho o. l ago, in relation to Gov. Graham and the Mex-
ican War. They: seem to think we incautious
ly let something slip which we Would recall.
But they are mistaken. We meant all that was
said in that article, without the least abatement.
rWe called the Mexican war an infamous pro
cedure on the part of the President, .and so we
believe it to be. We believe he acted withdut
by their conduct.
Una, look to this,
nujnber with that endowed . cn the iatoxe
when put on Cle. r -- '
7 Witness our hand, dated in liauimorc, iuj
v Successors to Janery, Hopkins & Hull, i
, I "PiiiLAOELrniA, 10 Jto. 12, 1849JJ
Janney,1 Hopkins & Hull. . I ;
Uo"ht ot tiarjter, tiea a oM iuviicjinui
st. 1 super Kentucky jeans, 505 yards, at p5
centS. ' . ! 6323 73
(TJT We are authorised to announce llezeKiall j
Ttl riser, as a. candidate tor slientl at the ensuing Au
gust election. r ; '
O .We are authorised to announce Jollll X..
Graham, as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing
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Gov. GRAHAM will address his fellow-cit
izens at the places and times following :
people from its unconstitutional proceed
ings by jraisirig the cry of Traitor a gainst
those who are me re ready to go and fight
than those who compose the Monarchical
Locofoco party. The King cah do rio
wrono- say the Mbnarcittsls J The Presi
dent can do no wrong, say the Democrats,
People of North Carb.
and see how close the
Locofoco democrats and' the Monarchists
approximate to e4ch other. Are you will
ing to clothe your Ptesjjdent With Kingly
power, j In a worJ, are.you willing to ac
cord to the President the right to declare
War whenever it may jsuit his purposes,
when the Constitution, the great chart of
our liberties expressly gives that power to
Congress alone? S We know you are not.
Nor do wve believe you wiH tolerate such
conduct in the person of James :K. Polk.
Who is Mr. Polk jthat- e should arrogate
to himself more than any other President
we have had ? Qen. Jackson with all his
self-will, never, dared to do such a thing ;
all foreign goodsj (such as we i rhanufac-
ture) were excluded altogether, the prices
would not be higherthan they are now ;
ab 'not as high as when the duties were
Idbwn to 20 per cent, under the Compro
mise Act.J It may be asked why ? AVe
answer that the competition between A
mertcan Manufacturers would undoubt
edly keep them down, as at the present
time. And will any one deny a fact which
has been! demonstrated so often,& so plain
ly to eveTy reasonable man 1 For instance,
we can buy now at any of our; own Fac
tories asj good domestics at 8 and 9 cents
as that which we paid 10 and 15 cents for
in the years 1840 and '41, before the pre
sent Tariff yent into operation. Let any
of the British free-trade Locofocos deny
this if they can. These British free-traders
make a; very pretty tale about their no
tions of lowering the Tariff; but when it
comes to be put in operation it makes one
. THAT ::
. Mr. Shepird v.L
Raleigh and G:-.
the amountjef S
The Edilorjof t!.-;
the ostensible ov.
If that whole i:
cost nearly ja milli
was not worth
45,: what Jvas t!.r
(now1 Mr. jloldcu
avoid some spec
bout tho trice j
transfer; and can
grand explosion upsets every -thing
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f This icovldhdl hring over 35 cent now. ;
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, C3r There was once a time when the peo
ple and press of the United States possessed
the right to express their sentiments in relation
to the conduct of their National rulers. - There
warn it f!rrwl whifn. if tho President did wronir.
men might point lut that wrong, and call Lis e Editor
acts oy the proper names. But the day of such J ernor its j
right land privilege is passing away. There: is in PUttb
a party in thje Country at this lime,1 which, if r The Star" 1::.
we unuersianu ineir meaning, sirungij imuiu i irouoiesorri
Monarchy. ; They hold that the President can erSf which'
ao nq wrong: ur, rainer, u ne aoes, no man
has a right to raise his roice in opposition.- - j correspondc:,
They contend that the President must be sup- ing an actount c:
ported light or wrong. And now who are Ihis in Caswell, says
party ? Are they the Whigs of the Country? present a Stock!.
n. r it Ihe nemocratic nartr? Yet. it i Uasion Konu, lie
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the Polk party. They say that no man ought
to denounce Mr. Polk (or having plunged us in
an unjust war with Mexico; and they go far
ther and stigmatize with the name of Tory all
we v. ', .
denial T jYho !
would asli with
Bankrupts the Treasury, and destroys the j who have the. independence to speak - their
credit of the Government. vWho. wishes thoughts on the subject. Yes, gentlemen all
toosee such a deranged state; of things ? j you who are opposed to the course which Mr. J hillfor a fa
present t ilt was
admitted it him '
bolder to the at:1.
the Road teas ; ;
Jefferson, Ashe, Monday,
ther side in a uody.j- Now, he wanted the cpun-
,try Q nhderstahd this matter. A strong effort
;was making to caube the people to believe that
Ltho Wjijigs were opposed to the war ; that ihey
tJ..:i.i l ' i - ' r
wcrw ifirowing rrnuarrajsmenis in ino way oi
the Administratiori, disheartening the army,
and discouraging tho. volunteers. These slan
d,crs I were1 repeated. every day in the official
iiQ tJijion, unu copieitiroin ii iruo an mo party
papers! the-fo'lowers of the Union, in the coun-
At Iteid's Store, Iredell, Wednesday, July 15.4 and if he dared n?1 to ercise such pow-
er, wny snouiu rpiK i. ic may oe saiu an
opportunity nevep presented Jitself. We
answer it did. , 11 remember when our
relations with France were in a critical
condition, and thai it was thought we must
come to blows, bid Gen. Jackson send
our Navy to make reprisals upon France 1
No. He only recommended such a course
to Congress. Mr1. Polk instead of send
ing a message to pongrcss recommending
a declaration of var, orders our army to
the Ilio Grande jinto aj (district of country
inhabited by Mexicans acknowledging no
laws but those of Mexico, We verily be
lieve, if the conduct ofjMr. Polk, with re
gard to this Mexican War, coultLJDe in
vestigated by unbiased, j minds, be would
the Constitution of his
Not the working people of our country, j Polk rashly chose in the management of; our tlien a btockho: :
.we know. But. let Locofocoism go on i Mexican quarrel, are. called Tories. ' You are lhc StateJ under
let the Tariff be repealed and it will sure- i esteemed enemies of the Country, j You have f 500'0;
monarchy, in disguise ;' and if you escape the
halter tlie gallotcslt is only because these
monarchists are not yet strong enough to bind
you. . K : j 1
from the Intelligencer, we give for the in
formation of those loving free-trade Loco
focos, vho are now before the People of
this County for seats in the Legislature :
j Protection and Prices. The following mem.
oranda,; which we find in the National Intelli
gencer as items connected with the recent Na.
tional Fair, furnish some striking illustrations
of the general working of the protective sys.
i The fall in price of every article the manu
facture bf which has become established in this
countryjunder the operation of the Tariff, is not
more signal than the improvement in the quali
ty of the article. We not only get goods at
cheaper rates now than formerly, but we also
get better goods at the reduced prices.
. Domestic competition, let the system of pro
tection go as high as it will, must always keep j undoubtedly, be able to read and write ;
prices ai moaeraie rates. Uur policy does not an(J in all probability, the commencement.
sold his siock, v
purchased' and w;
the Uoad ty the i
He is now car. d
And will tSi Pre
him to be the ir r
subject of these II
law, and to the great injury of the Country.
try YetJhovTsfoi)d th (Uct ?j Who wis' it We believe that fiis .conduct was dictated by j be impeached by
that discouraged thcvolunteer t !Was iii'tho i varluism : and if such be the case, his conductr1 Countrv !
tt'i.!.' ...i. vfii " ' '
j,mu.S3, woo crc rcaa o pnim ien pilars j8 criminal and infamous.
a anu give Bim a comtortaoietarm ; or
the so-called friends of thlo Adrnfuistra-
lion, who wanted him to light for nothing, aiit
find himself?; Seven dol ars a month ! Ahre;'
ty amount of pay fir a farmer or mechanic, who
i could get a dollar a day by laboring; at home,
' but who forsook hi i business and hU Himiir. anil
T went into the sicklvcl
; j tered the dangers h the camp, tho fatigues of j aPProvo the conduct
contemplate the forcing of any species of manu
facture where the elements and materials of it
COMMON SCHOOL FUND. . j ;
, Through the politeness of a friend, we I tempting to cl
are enabled to lay before the iPeople of announcing his
Rowan, a Table showing the .amount lDC T'l
which they are entitled to under the school I nt:vn tn ilU Pos i
t against Ihr :
once more in its behalf. How much bet- suffer to tie turn
must take one h :
be, in the way of an education, if the law hy ,"f f .,'
! had been complied with. They would, n,ej by Xhp Edi!
burthen upon lis:;
proper pejson to
this important s;
own judge, and v
that he pulJ
to the public
act, which we hope, will stimulate the ard? Wil
friends of the school to exert themselves bility ngair
once more in its behalf. How much bet
ter would a great number of children now
with them, of a life of usefulness to their
MR. STEMARTfS SPEECH.
We finish this masterly .effort of Mr. Stcv-
eek. Those who have read ihe.two "
Ltho match, and the blood and carnage of the bat-
. tie,. field i It was said ho ;went for glory. ' Yes ;
.but could his ivlfo ijnd children live upon glory 1
The Whigs wero ready to give him; a tract of
,land i he DeihlocrtiU voted it down two d one.
jTho jNVhigs WAnted to givahim ten dollars ; the
Democrats gave him seven. Was hot this very
patriotic ? " Hqre Ivere gentlemen, flaming pa-
iriots too, whojrecbtved their eishtf dollars fo
xspendirig a fow lu i
.who then returned
tiful home, and cod
'ven dollars a njonth (less than ttiey themselves
;: received aday)for going to Mexico, a distant and
i uncongenial clinia o, and exposing himself to the
lances and the bayonets of the foie I These were
the men whooncoiaragcdourvoltlnteers llThese
, . were the friends of the war f These wir6 the
But as to the views and feelings of Governor
Graham, on this subject we know nothing ; nor
avewe pretended to declare what they are, ! w
turther ThaiUhat we believe amanoi his clear- first portioas as published-in the Watchman,
ness ot head and purity ot heart is apt lo be ; are doubtless waiting impatiently for this pa-
hisgood judgment cannot ! per. This speech contains more common sense
of the Executive. Let no j and plain truth on ille subject of the Tariff than
IV e believe
man say he is less a patHfet on -that account, j any we have seen for some time. It exposes
Let no man say he is less qualified toJischarge
his duty as a patriot, and as Governor of North
Carolina, even if such be his views. Mr. Polk
is not the Nation. Love of Country, we hold,
"does not necessarily-imply a love of t he Presi
dent. And if Mr. Graham disapproves of the
as with a sunbeam the darkness and hidden fol
ly of those who would make the AmeTic-an pco
pie. " hewers of wood and drawers;; of water"
for England. ; It eiposes that suicidal policy
which would crush pur own, and build up the.
manufactories of -Europe.! And it also shows
are not abundantly at hand : and henrp it fi.l. ; btate and their country. Ihe seven thou
lows that in no branch of our protected indus- Usand dollars due the county, is certainly
tryxan there be any monopoly. wofth he serjous altention of lhe People
, lhe subjoined items might no doubt find cor-! n ,-.r... . ...
respondingfactsineverywellestablishedbranch ! OI uowan- VIU tney.ionger listen 10 ine
ranting ot noisy anu narrow-hearted poli
ticians, and again reject this large amount
of money intended for the education of
their children, and especially the poor and
destitute of the county ? We hope not.
of ourdomestig manufactures: Bait, iwer.
, Incidents of the hale National Fair. It is
not a little curious to note among the present
ments at the late Fair, some items which irre
sistibly force upon our minds a comparison of
die past with .he present. 1 copy the subjoin
ed memoranda from a few out of this class of
hems that have fallen under my observation,
j No. 1 was a piece of very common cloth,
wnicn, py rare good tortune, has escaped the i
shears of fate, while a whole renfr:iinn f !
has passed away. The letter wa mi.pU ... tions of lhe School Law.
Orrtci: or .
The folia wing C
A STATEMENT,, M
Showing the Amount which the County of
Rowan would have received under tho
r 1 miinnPr If! VVhlh mir ItAIIPlrV 111 C Komi l.llllirTOrl I .la Is iW. nnntn1ni nnlii... frtn 4.J
irs a day in legislation, and flnt0-War. it is hemnsA K hi- r!,.trv ! ...u:u i?i..j - u-.i i
toallthe comforts of a plen- i '- . . , 7, v fj ...a.u p.uua sni.ui -uuas-u .
i vprv run v ro i n moh . . ik is auui- , iioeraniv. io aooni : anu now miscnievious ir
cient for him, as it is for every true patriot, to j would prove to us, to be deceived thereby. A
know that his Country is at war. The dictates : paper of such value has rirely been published,
of; duty, are not the less plain, no matter how f ! f -; ' i
Supporters of the Presideni ! While the Whigs,
ihey say, threw cld water on the war a!nd Jthe
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tolujiteera, a ncj all patriotic men who were ready
- to fight for the hortor of their coutiitryj
A'iMr. . wanteaj to lix the resnonsihil ty just
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House as tories
leir votes were
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Was rironhserl In
mo ojuiiiuers icu uouars per niontn, the
' were but emht Democrats in favor of it.ftnrl h
Jve Wbtgs ngainstgivingthem ten dollars and
f one hundred and tjixty a:res df land ; 'yet the
I ihfSa discouraging voluntjeers I Reverse
i : the case1; let but eight Whigs vote to pay the
uaiuii;ci9, uuu ire lyeniocrais against li, and
L-.'-. j ... -f j 1 . -V... L..T . 1 ..! . .
. m iiai irciuunuous juenunciauons
Vhig would be expelled the
and traitors J outr ght. , Aifter t
spread hejiire the people, jet these gentlemen go
liorno and meet the patriotic and honest farmers
AIIU IIIVIUUUICS OI
ithem believe thai
and Democrats thei
, Avouldholduptothem the yeas and nays, and
tell ihem that act ons spoke louder than words ;
! -he wives and daughters of thej volunteers who
i 'were left, de
I could, would frowh upon ihese rifien with unalter-
' able abhorrence and indignation, j,
;( own P: rt, Mr. S.' saicl he had voted for
every measure to strengthen the arm of the Ex
ecutivei And brin ; tho war to a speedy and sue
fiCessnd kermination i and he sluoiuld Continue so
J to vote.1 f He wished to sej? thisj war brought to a
successfuhermirJatjon : i and he should
, jthingiit hs powejro promote sucha" result.
j " r wss a terrible calamity to! any country, and
that war was brought on. The Country must he
defended. We must defend our homesand our
families. It is a duty rendered painful, howev.
er,, when we reflect upon the circumstances
which impose it. Nevertheless, it is a duty,
and if, as we shoulder our arms, and rush to
the battle field, wo send back a denunciation
A TIMELY CAUTION I
The followingjeu de esprit from the mintage
of the inimitable Hooper, who has; become a
partner in the Alamaba Journal, is sufficiently
the piece. Nos. 2 and 3 are spcimti from -f
much more ancient days: they were small
samples which have been retained, it is believed
by their owners. No. 4 sufficiently, explains
f itself, while it shows that an article much used
and now selling for 20 to 30 cents a yard,
brought, only eight years ago, 05 cents per
No. 1. Boston, May 0.
Dear Sir : 1 herewith hand you a few yards
of British cotton, cut from a piece which has
been in my possession since the fall of 1813,
when it was purchased at a prize sale of En.
glish goods, and cost eighty.five cents peryaid,
eash, Boston money, which was equal to spe.
eie, as the Boston banks did net suspend pay
ments during our last war wilh England.
! As one of the objects of the National Fair a
bout to be held in Washington is to " show to
Congress and the country the progress which
j has been made in the American art, industry
j and ingenuity, under, the fostering care of a
j protective tariff," I have thought that this spe
1841, August 1 Amount due, 8393 10
1. do. doJ 76 72
1. do. do. 509 02
1. do. do. C53 00
1. do. . do. 834 18
1. do. do. 058 00
1. do. do. 853 GO
1. do. do. 058 00
1. do. do. 950 00
1. do. do.. 658 00
Being an average of 81500 per year for the
last five years.
amusing to give it a run generally : But as the
parties and the subject belong to this wherea. j cimen may be useful as fixing ihe value of plain
bouts, and as the article is predicate on an ad- ! fottonV ,his country before any protection had
I uccu fcien to uieir manuiaciure oy Joncres,
! i'.J .1 V... 1.1- t' . . .
upon him whose conduct has ihus torn us from
our families, friends and peaceful relations, let ertisement which may be seen on the last page , k
not him who lingerethbeJund brand us with the f lh'l5 ;pape "ed S. Sillimanj" we are
SThe "Farmers' Journal" insists that tho
Whig Party are disheartening volunteers, by
denouncing the war as having been unjustly
and unlawfully brought on. This is all stuff.
Twice as many volunteers have tendered their
services as were called for. As well might the
"Journal" say that it would dishearten a man
who was combatting the flames, to tell him that
No. l.toNo. 10 i
by lot fromj the w).
have been lend m
arranged ii the orJ
1. Roxca Cow,: i
2. - Oranpr
3. Bu tuotnle "
4. Lenoii "
8. CleroZfe "
9. McDohll "
10. CatirtU "
Companies" i!l ir.
fice, RoIJs of Ihc-ir
.t....i.i.. i I . it! i' i v -v. i i
. '.l., f . mi , r, . i . uouuiy uouuu io ai? me T-uariv: ior.waru :
epithet ot tory. 1 he Country claims our sei - 3 j T
vice, and we yield it. The abusers of oar We ecd only meptionn the! wayof explai
Country claim our plaudits, but we denounce nation that the Solicitors jf the Staleire bound
them as they deserve. Thus actsjhe patriot hy law hrint Sljit jn thqir own names against
thus acts -the Whigs in the present war against delinquent Guardians when the' Wards are un
Mexico. .Their opposition to polk, blunts not dor age and no new .Guardian appointed :
ineir zeal for their Country. They denounce Republicans I -o your guard !VVc has
bre our readers a very important
rmation. AH know the grasping,
.a J? ; J:.I.I ii' L ; ...
nburr! Where is the " banner ; 'T peruuious. ana e.esiaoie cnaracier
rnuniv" t i ,iTt .' ri , oi mo Driusn Vjovernmeni meir aesigns upon
a k rennessee ? Wherc 13 Edgecomljo .our free inslituii0ns, Lnd all that sort of thing I
and Wash Counties ? whero ad almost unan-j How then with what' feelings ! do iwe an-
imous vote was given to Polk ? Are they rea- ' nounce the fact that k Briiish King is in our
hd thereby ..establish' a starting point from : an ,ncena,ary naa aPP"ea me nre. ibis ar-
hich to trace the progress of the business to ' gunient, however, may answer as an excuse to
: iii. . ft ulCir zeai Ior tneir Country. Ihey denounce Kepublicai
i patriotic and honest tarmers , , , . :. . ivLruuutA,
the country. and try to make Am and rush to her ' wh,Isl democracy for- ten to lay befo
Whigsj wer their enemies, sakes her and rushes to him.' Where is Dem- j P,ec.c . lfrc
(ir friends, arid the mechanics j ocratic Mecklenburg Where' is the "banner : ln-trll7u,e P0
dy for their Country's service ? r Oh ! no. these
! blessed patriots have to stay at home to call
rmidst. Let father Ritchie be on his guard -
let James Gordon mind his (cocked) eye ! Yes,
VK;rvn1.,nt... .. .J - -! olc Worse Kex is amongst us I And where
n raii Wl,I if p 1 8 ' V answers-in Rowan County, North Car
praise to James K. Polk. Shame on such con- Ullna ! LW 1v hU -i,kt nn hU nam in
J.. . ': i I t . 1 I '. ' . ' ?'-.-' 'i i i .. !.: '
uuti--pcrpeiuai snamc io sticn.
tf rr frv onrnrl iomAnl in Mho fr ml!ni
the present time.
i Very respectfully yours. '
j ROBERT. ROGERSON. 1
; S. Batciielbor, Esq., Cambridge, Mass.
This was a piece of cotton that would not
tt the present time bring over seven cents. It
is now placed in one of the committee rooms
of the House .of Representatives for the inspec
tion of such is have a curiosity on the subject
to be gratified.
such tceak hearted patriots as those of the hor.
net's nest." It has not disheartened the editor
of the "Journal," for he has enrolled his name
as a volunteer. Why then should the Captain
have any fears on this subject ? WTe suppose
every man is aware of his duty to defend his
Country when in war, without respect to the
manner in which that war was brought on.
Messes. Editors : I send you a Tomato
i iT " 3 T Vr t P T PrV r" ,la; raised by myself; weighing 1 lb. 11 ois.
delphia, and purchased by Joseph England, of
Nottingham, Maryland, in or about the year! . V think pmper yoa may give it apaff,
JrA- n i r i ' And then yoa may eat it if yoa think it enough.
16. Cost nine shillins and fournence ha f. ! K
Here gentlemen and ladies is a tomato which
weighs nearly two pounds. Only think of it.
A u puff" indeed ! It needs no hdn . Wh W
Our Candidates for the Legislature, we un- I Jones
derstand,-are getting on bravely. ; Doct
Henderson lt said tn hnvp ruirtn mnd mr
4 ' .... . .i. . - . . . '
lv.i. ' V ac'.umry. ; Pd no matter did speech at Morgan's last Saturday. Doct.
; Congress, then i i session ; ,,0. matttfr hat. he 1 V ."enA MrR,i.behn, is Aeajli
iroightlhlnk of tha Executive in determlnluir .m. ' 'no uLneavy blows, against his competitors.
penny per yard, or 81 25.
i Would not sell for 7 cents now.
t A specimen of gunah or cotton cloth from
Calcutta, soidiptaiu tor 2o cents npr varrl. afl is almost as biaa a calf hrnA . Iv.AtU n..
It ran thjus : j" Hamilton C. ' mches wide, atui was printed in Milk street, ! tor think we could find space in our bits o' ho.
a meal ?
nk it e-
The Adj itai.: C
Excellency G -v.
citizens of t.s
services uner t!. -sident
of tba Uni'
thanks, for the r i
the call on
in-Cbief of Nortli (
Jones"--e very body noa Hamilton! and Cou i Boston, and sold for 33 cents per yard about i j:.; ; , ' , i
l I sin- Sally DiUartf-H versu, OeorgeV. Rex. ! 1805. P d,es to 8low awaT 8Uch a nster at t
T' Guardian, &." Guardian! of whom, we should ! j Wouldnot be tcorth 6 cents now 1 ' I Conscience 1 " Eat it if you thi
I-, on his own rcjpo
ihiJiJythatc had gorjd cause j r Ribelin, we understand,- piris Mr.
t:tg upon ihft determination bout the School Fund. This is!rcrr'
l:i. ii" 1 1 117 1.-. n T..nt ! I : '"-J
iiko io .Know i i utti ivv-uvtu ivrpuiiicaii - V ,1
boy or gal base enough to have a British King ! . !
fr a giiaHian I And the old rascal his change This piece of Kentucky Jeans was one of a
Cd his namejMtoo, a little. After calling him- case of a precisely similar quality bought by
self Georgius IV. Rex, for a oumber of years, Janney, Hopkins cc Hull, of Harker, Lea & Co.,
flnit Vfrtw. ' , -J- . J ' lll.-...i.k mUm tL L. - ( PK'it'i(4ilniiia intnlo. IO icon : . r -
.jtug, as; we an lw",ft,iii'cii iy iuhib iu , ""."vipuiwuci , ioo5, ui dj cents,
utAmenea, spell his middle! name with ;a I 'gni monina creaii.as the annexed original m
! lV i tln krn Int.... :'U TJnm;!n C Tnna. I T'a I Yirtrf. Will nrnv Tl tin. !. -
Lt ;; 1" .,. -rv "i io . .''f wuorn.; crcry .body knows the Ma or did hU KntA i t, m " iLVT ; T'T " V c . :T r x'lLIii . . r 7 "
.aiwre rc.MUfuim Avar-maktim! power ; ho mat. I u i, 7 1 - - ,j , - ' T ! ' V 'BlQP; ilto vvaiso irom going iq i iui uuj-riTCuons, oemg tho; only imper
. ler what might ! thought ffli CohducJ f thf ( 11,3 lI:ue hevas told ! beforehand that h,ej JJexico; heTs Wanted athome Anywhere ia jeet piece of the lotand foil that reason has not
ji Prcfidt nt in'blocliading ihe feio Grande, ndffou,d not iiihMi ten' fool pole; His Captaini Rynders ? But Hamiltoh'sJ got hinH been resold since. It s aifair sample of the
f .irrbjrjg (he anpyjfrom Corpus Chrlsti to Mat! -promise to get it, "of course only meant that lie t lnt c.har.ccry-rthat some satisfaction I . Hold' lest quality of Kentucky jeans of j that time.
I kmorojil and pointing: our guns into that city, j would try, and he only tiied because he had .ItamifI!on him down with a ne Ve are" posltielof ft Jibing of tHe Identical case
j (..'withlnitlie'ftfkncwlcdd liffsits cf Meii.i, Uif I rm;cft,i . r,. ti.4?ic?' ml.wo e done witli -Mexico: then turn m question, asi wo alwavs number our invoices
nough !" Yes, " Exoccn !" And it
for'a half dozen full grown men.
T he Doctor just saved us the disgrace of
braging on some lomatos of our own raisin
weighing from a half to three. fourths of a pound
too diminutive to mention. Hereafter, when
we detect an inclination to do the like we shall
first consult him as to the prudence of! the thin".
'.. !-. . " ",:
Pkity-phour phofty er pkigki.r, has nowjphortuntte
ly pballen to phinl;phlat-footed, phixing At horty-nine.
rmcHT ajaisst.a phorrisn. jhoe. Xeto
New Yorli Corn;
lowing piece (f i .
man of thrt Fin:.:
nate : Mf. Lev
in conversation, l!
with the Jlcxic
aggregate Jof Lei
ions of dollars, v
an aggregate v:
b provided for,
With such! an (
will not fall
and other v?lld c
tention cf ibv? pull
page of this paper
It was sent o us f
man living in
same art' t'hich :
two or tbrcamo.rj
horses, and for v '.
had to pay tl
0 A cosir.r::,;
signed A I
comes to us
of itself isKif!'
place in the Va! :!
ble in other;
Jl! -j :.''-'! I -,-: ! j, !. -i .. 1 .lif :Vi r 4 " :. v -I'' ! 1 nd th.tn 'lefsj $ce who's if-ard !M 1 4 ad ite ticyokhe!mccc correspond exactly
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