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i? Hfist irrW-d up on a littlc round ia-1 1 said, thisl glanced inquiringly toward
Do TH1J, A3TD LlBSRTY
NUMBER 30, OF VblluME III.
20, 1846. :
' I .V" r:.i:;t;v'rtrth. 'nlanll had formed at
mf 'far my perigrinations in this coun-
iij a a"'1 travel on ui un.
the hoyt -mio was looking steadily at me
from hs stone stool by the anvil. Two
or three little crooklfaced girls, from two
to five years of agej had stolen in timidly.
and a couple of young frightened eyes
in jtttolber : convenient ?tttpping place for were peering over the door-sill at me.
tlie mght.', A4jmuci uppnueu upo ine .i 1 tiey all iooKeu; as u some iasK yvere qai
syecfcS o'.th ;Vxciinici, 1 was! deter- fly allowed thern in the soot and cinders ol
Lmwi td Carrvithppiut against the pre- 1 their father's forge, even to the shkrp-eyed
.ltiun-'of..mv 'friehds. So -at it I went, bahy at the door. The poor Englishman
he was as much an Englishman as the
ic of Wellington -looked at his bushy-
do d he vvj h do V :s o t m y airy chamber look- headed bare-tooted children, and said soft-
cvn Wire. ' .The jiouse was as quiet as if he wa
l profound Sabbath wefjb resting upon it, Duke of
dudiheiVvindiW3of .my aijrv chamber look- headed I
eithrough the foligo of (grave elms down . ly, with aelancholy, shake of the had,
i'Doh a gnvcn Vaiif! I got on swimming- i mat the tir
iMTdking 'Scaldinsr M CooZJi-Mr. Gi AV.
Reeder recently went from; New Orleans
to Gen. Taylor's camp to present medals
to certain brave subalterns) On his way
up to the Rio Grande be e'neounterd the
wreck of the steamer Enterprise, one hour
;afref her explosion. ' f;
h J iWhile nassin throuch the crowd of suf-
s, (writes he to the Delta.) my atten-
times were rather hard with him.
y(intul, alter a irugai uinnnr at ine n.me , n ironoifU nis heart, and many hours
! P'N: . m.V knapsack of night he had been kept awake! by
2:W4ilinff.!)f,cif-grMu,at,on ,n v'.cv i the thought of it. that he could not send
Af iU literary part l my day s work.
ttai2 P'Vid mv Dill ana given me ianu-
ajj i copy of fay cornmeal receipts, 1 re
iamri y 'WhU towardspW'orcestrr.
t, sunwd my
t rr i . Vi (irilt (nil I ncAoniliHl
opeDt to me VjeV i sjihiMidid amphithe
afrrrhosoniing' the large Ivillage of
iVnrtihs!?rove. i As tins was the most ex
his children to school, nor teach them him
self to read. They were good (children,
he saiuYjwith moist yearning in bis eyes:
they were all the wealth be bad, and he
loved them the morel the harder-he had to
work" for them, i The poorest part of the
poverty that was on him, was that he
could not give his children the letters.
t!on;was directed to one whom I thought
must certainly be dead, lie Was swathed The steamer Grpat Ttritian was still in
in bandages from head to foot the blood the same position that the Caledonia left
uou irom ins wounds in; tmcK, muddy ; her, and will probably be a total loss. She
XATE FROM EUliOrE. in the hopcfii! task of proving them to be
i i ne steamerCritania arrived at Doston Mexican party V e suppose, of course.
on Saturday morning, but the telegraph 11 means to embrace all theAvhigs, Gen
wires between Boston nd New York ! era's Taylor and Worth and Kearney,
were immediately cut by some of the spec- i anu to-inirds of the officers, both of vol
- From the Ra!cigU j
IT.JIr. Gales: Lara a ranircr t v
so far as cpntributing mattr.r.fur jri.r :
concerned; hut, sir, the editorial cf tl
ard of last week, is so fraugLt vrhh i!
innuendos, "so replete with filso
that any one, however averse to p U'j '
must take 'pleasure in ,donouncii.: i',
tempting the expoe of its true cl.juy: r
ingenuily we acknowledge but injft. .
willnotdo. It it vclU" lays thcXC.' -the.
Register to attempt to keep the jc. (
norant as to the relation ciisting Lcj v. .
Whigs and Abolitionist," ju but :rc
mined tnat lacts saaai go Jeiore,t!i' ji .'
wc call upon the people asthey v;'u
of the States, as.'lhey would prescjV
nut to tuture cenerattons tcetrrctj t i
lme. only being; allowed to an- I uiira im tbe regular Army. A very ritv ,U-nU eniovlunjir lh C
the lact ol her arrival. She bnnsrs rge maioriiy of thr. nriivif' inn nf tV,o . . i t J - i . .1
e$ to the 19th ult. from Liveroool. six- former, belong, h .v! iAfn r! ton,togve!lbc matter that ocvd at:
m days later than those brought by the to the Whigjs, ort asth Union has it Ur r. ! mer,U rhe first of these dec.ara :
ia. j tcan party. Richmond UVim- mous indeed, while the latter i$ prnt-
V A .'.'. ' Ill I til . ' fill . . t . t l 1 n II . I
inMiv'c ami variegateu landscape i nau as f i ney were gooq cniinren, ior ainne crocK
xtlhc.cn iriKnglandL 1 stjoppetj a few mo- of the sbjp. was on their faces, and their
rtico'H to Ikjce th'e features that distin- j fingers were bent like the eagle's claws
jjuiJhed it fromj Amen'cin landscapes o
ibclUmei physlcalj cotit(ur. They may
ncroa'ps le summed up in these charac
If riWtit-L In tbcj fir$t plade, lands that rient
to $25 per acrfe for their sheer
'capacity v( production jmust necessarily
k ket itva hi$h jStjvte1 cjf cultivation. ; Of
JouWi l'0leat(dr j Jpastbre or boggy mo
ksiiir h1tl !afid lii 1 breaks the vista of
niVrrfsiirXei tility. Then the trees are all
rtantwlji from the .k of; monstrous girth
gaWsina'lUsst ha V' thorn in the garden
(edftfj'atul, either fK-om this circumstance,
it ltd ' fertility jbfltie. soil, their foliage
K-emito rival jn luxuriance the rank ve
getation of annual plants. The meadow
ra$sarc ol a t(licker land liner growth
iUn in America. i ller(sgrass and clover
afliot' so! c!orirtnoti. The atmosphere is
morf homid, and (i?re is a sprightly vivid
Jgrejennessland a fejl vet i softness about a
ncy)yslorn VrieM(low, ivhich strikes an
iArtlifricari at the yij;w o a summer land
.pttilthis.couiyy.. " .-'4Su the most dis
;tiriuiiiiin and iijtfresting feature of all
';'u the uvo rr'c i i hep
with handling nails. ' He had been a poor
man allj his days, and he knew his chil
dren would be poor all their days, and
poorer than he it" the nail business should
continue io grow worse. 1( he could onlji, terribly wounded
streams, and his face was! actually burn
ed to a crisp. At first viejw 1 thought His i
eyes were scalded out, but I was mistakeinJ )
For; a moment 1 stopped tdview this awful
specticle of human agony, and just as, I
was about to attend to some other duty,' I
heard a voice saying, in a -feeble yet! res-."
olute tone : ': j''-' -7 ;
Hello ! old feller what are youi got
in that arertin cup V i , -
Thinking the question proceeded from
some one further aft, I turned in that di
rection, when the same person indignantly
said . i j : ;
" Yes, that's allers the jway ! A -feller
gits a little hurt,: and. jistj like a porpojse
that's wounded, bis teller! creeture triesl to
kill him," j ! . '
lo my utter astonishment, l toundjtqat ; ther European powers, i The intents cor
this was addressed to me by the person , dude between France and England is
described in the above as having been so broken; France joins Spain for the conquest
had twelve feet of water in her hold at
the latest! dates.
The: intelligence from Ireland is of the
most melancholy character. Notwithstan
ding the assistance rendered by Govern
ment in relieving jbe wa'.nts of the people,
the famine was increaseing in all parts of
the country. A malignant disease had
also broken out in some? portions of the
kingdom,; which was greatly adding to the
wretchedness of the people. !
The Cambria had arrived out with our
Minister, Mr. Bancroft, who would at once
enter on his duties;
A WhigJournnlcf Politics, Li,traturet Art Science.
Edited by Geo. II. Coltos. amit&j by C. W. Web-
BES, OF KENTIXKT.
! truly patriotic feeling. Their stv?
j Is enough lo aroute our fenWanJ tv.V
liality in behalf of the whole articje.;
such thing as referring to the purvi i
. . . . i . .i - i
si rumen i 10 explain anjiqin : o
The American Review has now re&tW narlv te
end of a second yeac Its success so fur w en
tirely unprecedented.; Its subscription lit ivjw numler
loot 3,500, with a oonwant increaw. juh!ie stW
of the value of the work is shown by the fact, that of
the numerous new subscribers who; names have bet-u
ssent into the office within the law fewi nioiuiiP, a lare
number have ordered the back volume?. Ample ar
rangements have been made to odd greatly to the mer
its ot the work, in both its pohticjal and literary charac
ter . n n . I :. . . . . i- i ., i , '
aiiu .i is conii.ieiiuv oejieveu tnat tUe. patronas:e of
thi3 Review, on the part of the Whiff' narlv nml nf ilio
iterarv nn Hi ri,ri ...;n . i i
i marriages Of the Queen of Spa!?) ble a to pay so liberally for every order of hi-U and tin-
isnea writing, ns to make it in all respects the most able
aTid attractive periodical published in the United States.
Ye.fnrnes,1y Bk tlir continued confidence and support
of all true minds in the country.
Enuravinus. There will be four engravings each
year, carefully executed ; and what is of more impor
tance, accompanied with ample biographies, that tnav
Stand ns n nan it ik f , .
I " '""lul; mcwiuiirv. .'lore em
and her sister have been consummated
without; any serious effects, if we except
the protest by England and one or two o-
body, and in this ' way thej editor tl..:
plain his questions and fxcldmMu w
give them a really false but pat rK .
ance. He. wishes lo impress nj
nity thatJhere is(heing bfotigl
oi toe nigs anu iuo:iuinif(s
union cf the States.. While tcn.il.
prays, iu the beginning ot his article, i
crvaiion ol the Vu ion, be lure lic!c!.'-c-
. t i . ?
tempting to throw a tirebratHi tit it i
break up that harmony which is rof m -existence.
We are pleated tat hij? v,
else we dare not predict tie confc er4 :c:
savs "that the Union must be me-.:;
1 - i .i in J i ' i
prcserveu ine nigs niu uq t
se they are uniiing with thci Alp ! :
r llwas SUtkfenlv 'flivprtrrl (Vntn mv enn
y , ."T j i ,T ' J 1 w , i r p a w m a
Ifm Waf foifs of t h i s m ag n i lice n t sc e n e r y by
johfiaViy; VajiiL drops, as a prelude of
njtrj)fidjig. ;ishwer. Seeing a gate o
iffia.iid hilling a familiar click behind
ah:i!t3, rstepH'd through into a little
, Ll iksritltli rfehop, about as large as an A
rpffricai smokj-hobe. for curing bacon.
Tlre'lirtt obiect that myjj eyes rested upon
Vas ja full gro5vVntjian, Shine years of age,
and nfcarly jthlfee feet high, perched upon
Stone, of l'i m 1 1 that height to raise his
breast itd the level of his lather's anvil, at
wulchie was 'at VVork With all the vicror
rofihlij littteslirt.&l'ins, :;biaking nails. I
iiw-m67 jman, for 1 fear he can
peVetferow unj'Joirfier, physically or men
tafiAs I pu!t niyp hand on his shoulder
ni a iaiiiiu.tr way, io rnaKc myseu ai nome
with him. ahd to rcnove; the tiijiidity with
uttch , my sudden nppearance jseemed to
inspire tnm by a nleasaiit word or two of
greeting, by llnshkelt ciise-hardened into
all the induration of toiling manhood, and
a$ unsusceptible bl growth as his anvil
Mock. Fixed manhood had Set it in uoon
in the green W:ss of his iouth, and
thtje 1m: vm by hi father's side a stinted,
f mature uaii ; With bis childhood cut
off; vyith no $paco to grow in between
the cradle, a! nil trj0l anvil-block ; chased,
asoon as he could, stand on his little legs,
give.them the letters, or the alphabet as
they call it, it would make them the like!
of rich, tor thenjtbey could read the Tes
tament. He could read the Testament aj
little, for he had learned the letters by
fire-light; It was a good book;, was the!
Testament; never' saw any other book
heard tell of somejin rich people's houses,;
but it mattered but little with him. j
The Testament,! he was sure, was made;
for nailers and such like. It helped him i
wonderfully when the loaf was small on
the table.! He bad but little time to read
it when the sun was up, and it took him
long to read a little, for he learned the let-j
ters when he wasiofcl. But he laid it be-i
side his dish at dinner time and fed his fuur times afore !
heart with it, while his children were eat-
ing the bj-ead that! fell to his share. And
when he had spealt out a line of the short-!
est words, he read them aloud, and his
eldest boy, ibe! one on the block there
could say several whole verses he had
learned in this wajy. j
It was a jtreat Comfort to him to think!
that Jeeniesj could take into his heart sd j
many verses of the Testament, wbiqb he! !
could not! read.; He intended to teach all;;
his children in this way. It was all he!
j could do forjthem ; and this he had to do
at meal times; at alUbe other hours he '
had to be at the anvil. The nailing bu
siness was growing harder, he was grow- i
ing old, and his family large. He had to '
work j Yom four o'clock in the morning till
" What can I doforyoumy poor
" What are ye got in that are tin pup?
Is it rot gut or melasses!?" I j
" It is whiskey. Will you have some?"
" You're the feller. Jest open my teeh,
and pore a little down. 1 can't see well,
but ! think bitters will do me good." !
I did as I was directed, and he dra!nk
the whole contents of thq cup about half
a pint of raw whiskey and then said
" Thankee, old feller. 1 Ye see I wasja-
; ! of the Spanish Americas.
friejnq ( j ! The money market was; greatly depresss-
ed. 1 here was strong anticipations that
a heavy shipment of bullion to this coun
try would take place, on account of the
great demand for breadsfufis for the wants
of the people.
j Flouriwas in brisk demand at an ad
vance of one shilling per barrel over the
quotations by the last steamer.
t The price of grain was also rapidly
advancing in all European ports.
The advance in cotton was about one
The first part of-lhe declaration w
belHJments may be given if the intrivsii rulue of thr ed'C, the latter ue deny, fend thl b?,t
Aerjflir can thereby b enhanced, i ' -1 ; '
Terms. The Review, will continue to be pub'ished can ,,e hai 'l fdsehooJ njaV l(j ill
at Five Drtllnra ni ; .1 . . t . - . "1 I
will be afford :,tr, . Anru': nou'etr.' ,nc PeoP,c Inemselves.
r" r uuiwrv ,- fire ior 11c emy Hol
lars; so that Committer,, S.cietiet' Club, ic., can ob
am them at a more liberal rate. .
The cash systenu, and payment in advance, must be
urged on oar subscribers, it being the only way that a
periodical can be efficiently sustained.
Redcction of Fqstaue. A grea( item of expense is
saved in the reduction of postage. The postage on the
Review is not half die former amount. -
la tliiji o a
sleep, and when the bust up took placeYl
was on the biler deck, and I b'leevejl u.v j farthing! over the previous rates.
Mowed through one of the.Jlues ; but beyer j -1- : 1
mind, I ain't much hurt, and I'm more used , YUCATAN.
..1 I ill 111
io ii man a good many, j oeen oiomcayp . The Yucatan schooner Ventura, arrived
North Carolina, is there
fining or disposed in tbe least p ? :i
principles of thcWUg parTy to l.cVc .
oliiionists? And iVe Stindard, r.t r :
paper, dare not iay that Abolitionijtu i
Irina r-C tllA frrA.f Wlirt. 1..... i M
North Carolina would denounce 1,'uu :
slanderer of a great people ; j hi
would stamp him ai anjim'potcr v.
hart. We grant that there are -!
who would be clad that slavery -!..
ished, provided it would not dia'turb t"
at New;Orleans on the 2nd instant, from
j Campeachy and Sisal, was seized by U.
! S. authorities, owing to the declaration of
Yucatan in favor ot Mexico. The cargo
1 consisted of $7000 in specie, and a quan
j tity of Logwood. Hats, &c. The circular
! from thoTreasutry Department rescinding
i the privilege granted to the ports of Yu-
catan was received the same day the Ven
; DC3 I'he above, prepared for yesterday's
j paper, was excluded. The New Orleans
Bulletin of the 1th states that the Ventura
had not been seized by the U. S. Marshal,
but that the Collector of the port having
received a circular from the Secretarv
ten o'clock at night to earn eighteen pence
His wages averaged only about seven
shillings a week ! and there were five of
them to live ori what they could earn. It
FEMALE KIDNAPPERS. ! j
An old hag named Morris alias Henley, 4nd
her two filthy daughters, originally from Wake,
but fresh from Granville, N; C, were overhaul-'
ed by a Mr. Mit able, (from the last named icobn
ty,) near Rocky Mount, Fraiuklin county, Va!., a
few days ago, while wending their way to Objo",
with an old poor horse and a craw-fish cart, and
two of his negro men found! lying at full length
in the cart, covered over, head and fool with bed
clothes in which position the negroes sky I hey
travelled from Granville until overtaken by their
masters. It seems that lhe;se three whelps of
sin started with three runaway slaves, but one
of them being mute a vou ri black bird, he was
"- ! . f .1 m s. ..... . .
caught in Roxnorough, by: the citizens i-he ot the ireasury torbiddirtg him to clear a
showinu himself, while the other 'birds' passed ny vessel for the ports of Yucatan, he en
through snugly ensconsed among the greasy closed that circular to the District Attor-
No. 113 Broadway, New York.
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ly, semi-weekly and daily in the City- of New York.
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iii me wonu,cou:aiiiing iiity-six soiia columns of read- r it j n. I
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The femi-Weekly Express, published on Tuesday and? siasrs ,n the catse, who Would c
Friday, is Four Doflars.and the Daily, published both ; aliolished at any risque, j But kve l1-
-uormng ana Evening to go out by the latest mails, is , out the fear of truthful COntrhd Ctic
ocven ijo ;irs in advance i.ii'"'it- i!.
Tlp Prr- , , r I v -j , , men do not belong exclusive j to
1 he I ropnetors of the Express, spare no labor nor ex- ' mm . 1 ' .. ..T J .',
pense to obtain the earliest intelligence from all parts of
the country, and from all parts of the world. The clos
est attention is paid, to the markets, and in hort to every
thing that can be important to the Me reliant, the Fann
er, the Politician and the general reaJer. The contents
of every Weekly Express, which costs less than fourcis.,
would till a good sized volume, and in a family, are worth,
in entertnimnent and instruction, twenty times the price
asked for the paper. Persons wishiag to su!scribe, can
forward the money by mail, and we.' will incur the risk,
and pay the postage, if mailed in the; presence of a Post
master. TO WNSEND &. BROOKS.
Fhe .Standard arid all others niut
honest will acknowledge,' such; toll
.Slavery is not a'test question uitlit .
and it is a question that should nr j 1
or at h'at not u)rged info pliiic.il "
III ni.f 1 nnfl II v tilhticlnrv mnn 11 I.a -
ists at the North, we musj do ity ui j I
of slavery, certainly no good. Tli y
invade ouriiht here, and jollcyC :
while at home and away J from j 11' tl.
be let alone to the quiet enjoyment i f '
llll! M 11U UllUIUdlU OU(l. IJ J UU .-t
them for their opinions, and he; nee 1
to scare them into his ranks by 1.;- :
lieve some Abolitionists are ct;..:
bed clothes in the cart.
These trolopes, we learn, upon losing their
black companions, 'tacked5 back' to North Car
olina, with the intention of locating in Waike.
ney, for; his opinion how h should act in
the case of the Ventura.' In the mean
time he has refused to let Ventura enter.
and we suppose would refuse to let her
was hard to make up the loss of an hour. . ari"?r -fc GOUOr?: 10 Sei a!,olPr depart The New Orleans papers say
, i T ? 'aCK iT' WTsfytolP- .that energetic representations have been
Not one of 4heir hands, however little
could bis spared. Jemmy was going or
nine years of age, and a helpful lad he!
was; and this poor man looked on him
doatingly. Jemmy could vork off a thou
sand nails a day, of the smallest size.
The rent of . their little shop, tenement,
and garden va!s five pounds a year, and
a few pennies earned by the youingest of
them was of great account.
But, continued I the father, speaking
cheerily, am not the one to complain.
pie at large, and the people jof Wake and Gran
ville particularly, be on youf guard. I ;
Mr. Mirabile, being, a very humane man, de
clined punishing these individuals with the law
because they are very poor and ignorant, and
have two or three infant children with themj
Many is the man that has a harder lot of
he'Vefrih-stunc ' the forge stone ' it than I, among the nailers along these
bjf iron necessity, tliat would not let him hills and in the! valley. My neighbor in
tppl long enough t to pick up a letter of the next door could tell you something a-
uc r.nniisti nioiiiLiiet nn thr wnv . nout lanor voti mav never nave neara nie
jX&I'Lbrd John Itusselj, think of it 1 Of like of in your ; country. He is an older
this Eng;lisbrhatisj Wn, placed by his rno- man than I, krid there are seven of them
lcr;scarce Wpanfed, bnta high cOld-store, 1 in his family1, and, for all that, he has no,
barefooted, he fbrelt he anvil : tjiere to bar- boy like Jemmy here to help him. Some
Jnijcaf, and 'blister its; young hands by of, his little girls are sickly, and their mo-
"Ung and lia mine ring ragged nail rods ther is not over strong,, atuHt all comes on i the law of '40. X Y. Express.
fJr the snstcnanctk Jicr breast can no lonu- him. ' l ; 4
He is an oldrsh man, as 1 was saying, I
yet he not only works eighteen" hours ev-
art- f Kit? Cwm Knt nirorr Priilat lit
the year he works all night long, and ne-
till late of Satur-
hbor is John Stub-
i sent on to the Department at Washington,
1 asking a remission of forfeiture on various
grounds, of which the principle, and strong
est is that when the Yucatan Congress
agreed to annex that country to Mexico
the.! union was brought about by the decep
tive assurances of Santa-Anna, that the
difficulties with the United; States had
been entirely settled ; that within a few
weeks past, the Yucatanese have discov
ered the imposition practised upon them,
new American. Tariff vorks),. The efleqt here -j and have with much indignation repudi
has been to advance the prices, 75 cents per ated the connexion and determined to
barrel, but we would state that another advance I maintain the seperate and independent
of 75 cents is yet to be made before it gets! up ' sovereignty of their country. One of the
...u :.nmu, i'a-, at ii, proofs of this determination adduced is
n ill ...n in mc'..liiiika i. -w.j ' ' uijul nil. "
virtue of a deed in trust PTerMitt
to me by James L. Cowan, for pur- ' abuse, for that will not atfect l:':n L'r
poses therein mentioned, I willl expose to public sale, on 1 their conviction's, and we jnust 'say;;!
1 nursday. 'joth Aov. next,
The Tavern House and Lot
IN SALISBURY, -
now occupied tv the said Cowan : together with all the
FURNITURE belonging to the House; one road wag
gon and gear, one one-horse waggon and harness, four
Milch Cotes, One Horse,
STOCK OF HOGS,
with various other artrcles not mentioned. Persons de
sirous of embarking in the business 6f Hotel keeping,
would do well to attend the sale ; as an opportunity of
thorough convictions as we f jhe F
John P. Hale and 'others hav. 1
from the Ixcos nnd joinedj the VLLr .
is Ihe secret. J his is mhat rou:rr
dard so uneasj-, and not a 'fear 6r tin I
His party is going down, ana sur.h !,
su.-tain it-will be futile. " Not only j th
jcoinanry oi mc lanu, out. men ji ew
and calling, of ctery profession and (j
getting tired of his party. -They' !
tneir hypocrisy and deception, and ur"
More Help to Free Trarfq. The farther ad
vance of flour in England,; will, no doubt, .he
used by the Locofocos to show how we!li the,
.1 : u.. i r.i : l . i .
pi tl 1 1 1 iiin ie irfnie h ii ii ii r 11111 psn m mil bp duni i . . . - . . i
offered. The sale will certainly take place, and terms ",em hJ th.f,r aCMO,, V e. W1rc !p
made known on the day of sale. ! S without a war. We aire, now ci
CYRUS W. WEST, Trustee.
Salisbury, Oct. 25, K46 27:ts
N. B. The above property can be bought at private
sale, if application be made previous to the day of sale.
C. W. W. Trus.
VALUABLE LANDS FOR
&s jl. iL jsm o
tariff of 1842. AVhen the price gets oyer $7,
then the Locofocos can talk of the risfe wiith
more decency than they cin now, when the
tariff of '42 price, is larger than the price under
afforded by the arrival of the Joarjuina,
the nature oFwhich is given below.
BY VIRTUE of a decree of the Court of Equity of
Rowan County, the Clerk and Master will efl at
public sale, on the premises on Saturday the 2lst No
vember next, a
Tract of Land
nly. : Lord IJohn. look at those nails.
Aty lie lmsingj Ion the block. Know
)(0ii their meaning use1, and language?
f'fM your I lordship, let me tell you. I
Wvt :jnade jtiails-l)efore now theif arc ver lays olf his, clothes t
nn irciAerlf son 7 id F ri ft whichthis unfetter- day nightj A good neigl
ctf Atifr . -i.l .:. i LL ' . .1 1 1 1 .1. .. ..t.. ..
I v i n r seven miles west of Salisbury, adjoining the lands
of Henry Sloan, John Barrier and oihers, containing
i..dn aHish ;bby. tfjuncohsciou&jy arraying bins, and the only man just in our neigh
ipirist Vouiatfatnst the British Covern- borhood who can read the. newspaper. It
vjt nt, and iu miry of British literature is not ofteh be gets a newspaper ; lor it is
cu"nS,ni otLwithout a letter ot the not the like Of us that have newspapers
if' Wwjp is done and bread!in(our houses at the same time.
lWfAvlTcer'ang him, for no sin But now and then he begs an old one.
partly torn, at the palters,- and reaas 11 10
us of a Sunday night. So once in two or
three weeks we hejar something of what
is going on in, the world something about
corn laws and! the Duke of Wellington,
and Oregon, and India, and Ireland, and
V f h? oHusf parent's side but poverty, in
;ndarli sixlyj eight prison ol hard la
, r,a; Vouthle&s eing. Think' of it, an
,iaat hardened ialmost in its mother's
-ptih Moo. Dianlby toil that bows tfie
;urdiest'of the! world's laborers.
1nhood. throu injeryenjng yearsfof other places la England. E. B.
Pat's Accommodativenessi -An Irishman Ve
ing about. to join a company! in Lawrencf burg,
Ind., flirming to go South, vas questionied !by
one of the Officers : !
" Well, sir : when you get into battle will you
fight or run V j I
"In faith," replied the Hibernian, withd com
ical twist of his countenance ; " I'll be a ft her
eoing, yer honor, as a majoriity uv ye does.";
U0 If ipe boyV father was! at Work with bis
towards me fvhe.nj entered. At my i The citizens iof Nashvil
fWPW of salutation othead, he turn-' meeting ori the 27th ult.,
WWr.W accjbsted I jme afIittIo baish- solutions tenderimr their
07" If we go down at noon-day to thb hot-1
torn of a deep pit, we shall be able to se the
stars, which on the level arej invisible. (Even
so, from the depths of grieft Worn, wretched
and dying the blessed aspirations and tokens
of heaven make themselves visible to ou eye.
belonging to the heirs of Vy'illiam Miller, dee'd, well
j 11 : .1 ' lk ,1: T
and other outhous, Also, on the same day will be I ,beT Voted him into retirement!
sold a likely j
Term- made known
Tribute to ihe Tennessee T oluntecrs.
ille held a public
k. nnrl adonted rp. I
r r ' 1 - . - r ,k ti 1 , ; ,i 5 iiiv .. - 1
PPnd. and flirihvtpd Mm 51 Jlillln hntti. ! el...: . J J L; r.,M 1
. . f - r . v itii w .m 1 1 j v ii- 1 t?ui ill inn v t onriurniir i r h r 1 1 i 1 1 k lis iiri s
i ,al" unaccustomed to the sight, of Taylor and his indomitable little army,)
?iyiT5cer reluctant to; let both regulars and volunteers, for the glo-l
Vrtl? -rS-C crfit'of his PflV ous: victory jtbey achieved at the siege I
U'-JWr.wniiPrjon f Montereyj l A resolution was also a-;
. ?. 1W ;hm i i Was an1 American f donted aniioihtin mm;tip throu"hont!
r,9smith';M' .-tradel' aricl that! I hnrl rarnA the State in t; ,.,k.-.:.;nc tn in I
hviv guuotl I uuuii'i ' 'u . i
L..:i.ii'ri i . -r .....
From the Christian Register.
Sweet us the pleasure,
Itself cannot spoil :
Is not true leisure
One with true toil,?
Thou that wouldst taste it
Still do thy best, -
,4 6 use it not, irqste ft not,
Else it is no re9t.
Rest is! the fitting
Of self to its spherie.
1 , -1 I
'Tis the blook's motiion-
Clear without stride ;
Fleeing to ocean
After its life.
told ,hhil was an American
lath i . r. ? r "' iiu vuuiv
Prcily Good wags at
v3that he could live cdmfort.
i r us!children to school. As
Aowpere hath kneit,
Woald'st thou behofd beauty Fuller motion
The Yucatan schooner Joaquina arrived
at New! Orleans on the 3d; instant, from
Campeachy, whence she lailed on the 2Gth
ultimo, j She brings a pronunciamento of
Campeachy, which was concurred in by
the garrison there, the objects of which
are not! very clear. It recites that the
people have derived nought from the ru
lers charged with their welfare, but a se
ries of Calamities it protests against the 'ged about twenty-three yenrs. I crm made k
removal of those officers jwho have refu- , t? tn I 50 EU"C' "
cuil in m l n thoip nHhoeinn" tn lh now . ' . - - -i-
order of things declares the constiiu'ion !
of 1841 re-established and establishes an 1
administrative junta in the city of Cam-'
peachy,! to digest a system of administra- !
tion to be observed until this plan is se- j
conded by, all the people of the State. '
The people of Campeachy .refused com- ;
pliance with the act of the. Yucatan Con-
1 gress, passed on the25th August, acknowl
I edging the revolution in Mexico and
) proclaiming Santa Anna's ascendency ;
and it was omy by the threats of LJaroa
chino that they were induced to acquiesce.
The Picayune suggest that this pronunci
amento may be in the same spirit of re- t
sistance to the coalition with the present
foviean o-overnment. 1
j The Tropic, however, suggests that this
I pronunciamento was placed on board the j
Joaquina to prevent her seizure in New
1 Ofleaps.-iiicimowrf Tunis
blessings of both. We wee to h u e t .
of Oregon or fght." Their trcml
cowered and they dared not assort :
dared to be yours, and one f two tj. :
consequence. They either asserted '.;
l . I ! l. iirrriir'rTP 5. i
did believe to be justly ous. JIv. ".
able the infer;st of our CQpntrr, (
been settled in accordance? with the r:
the Whiff party, and now! wo Kre 1
lezas as ine jeauers oi me hhik .
tA Itad the froat Pa.lriot'of kliR
inspired by the divinity luraseif, he v
i A tv.tlff tA'A . t . t ff t. l' I"
III'Mf IIUII iJ A UIIU IUG l.'l:i 'j i' II'
.. J i- . .t ! f :
ncxanon accoroing io ine: ueroacra:
sions. than he did in HtsrTexas letter.
forgotten ?" Truly iris nnt no'r r.rvf .
i .i . i t i i . j i-
ny ine votes oi ADoinionisis F.na i t
the Statesman, the Oratorj and jl'-tt'
age was defeated. How many pow r
retirement.? II i
now see that ther were duped by the i
sentations of ambitious nartitani ? 1 1
the misfortunes cf th"if
building a monument at Nashville to com-
memoratenbeideeds of the gallant Ten
nessee Volunteers who were slain on ! the
battle field. 1
Near thee all rond ?
Only hath duty
Such a sight found.
Rest is not quitting
The busy career
Heart never felt.
'Tis loving and serving
The frighefi the lesl-4
mm I 9'- '
i is onwara, unswerving.
V 'A n A :im fvnA 9Kci
THE MEXICAN PARTY.
The UnionTbavihg labored for weeks
without effect to fasten on the Whigs the
! r: j m : t
eharof Abolitionism, is now engaged
riEsulscriberwill offer for snle at the late residence
of Daniel Kirk, dee'd., in Stanly County,
IO or 15
consisting of men, women and children,
HORSES, HOGS, CATTLE, .SHEEP, CORN, FOD
DER, WHEAT, and OATS, and a variety of other
good property too various to mention. The sale will
take place on the first day of December, in Stanly coun
ty, N. C, near the narrows of the Yadkin, and to con
tinue froraday toiiay ..until all is sold,.
Terms: A credit of nine months will be allowed to
purchasers, and bond with approved security required.
JAMBS V. KIRK, Exr.
Nov. 10, 14629:31 , j
JUS II received a supply of fresh chocolate of superi
or quality. ' J. ji. Lyytss.
Salisbury, Auent 521, 1?46 tfl"'
TEN )ETS RE WARD )'
RANAWAY from thr subscriber living ten miles
west of Salisbury, his indented apprentice, Na
thaniel Ennis. I hereby forewarn, all persons from bar
boriag or employing him, under penally of the Liw.
Tie above reward will be paid ior his delivery to me.
3t29 ; rl. . ISAAC COVIN.
'Rowan coantv. November 13. I346r- ':
hrooshf alKiut by the ignorance, at;-;
But it is now too late to have it loth -it.
that we can say to men wto. a? jirt'v i
evation of the present Administra' ion i
ye from your evjl ways." A?ift in ;
the country to her pristine pttte.j Il-i
soft tale of thet insinuating dcirji
lieve not the declaration oCtbelta! r
ty, who have onco deceived youJ L'
, country s intereit, nl tiongti tiir
. . .... ,1 f
um of aspiring politicians.' jlem ic
false patriots may for awhile be .? :r
! their success cannot be -lftiUng. J H i
upon an unreality a: false! prfmi
; would not rather be Clay at Ahm t
at Washinelon ! Who wti!d nM r:1
i feated in right than nrces$ful in , -
would not rather fall with their cou: '.i
i 1 .1 vtik Jl tMninVH in
j erxurace iuau nso " "!
Why this opposition to.Texa? ?
I maledictions about tbo war with
! olitionifm is at the bottom 1 of it. 1 1
tracted roust be, the views of the -h:ar.
! bow little foresight he must tttn!; :'e t
vours of AboiitionismI Few ruv
that Ihe annexaiion of Texas w W. !
denry to move alarrry southward, I:,
past lells u so, and reason coJilJrn
As our southern' limits Lav?beci; ciu:
j 5 .!
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