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BY REV J. j?. C ABBOTT. !
j darker day never enveloped in its
jm the Austrian monarchy, than when
beleaguerW hosts of Napoleon en
passed Vienna, jand from their ;encir
w batteries! Nverd showering shoV and
the doomed city. The armies
nruj i - ,
a ustria, m repealed conflicts, had been
f3in down and scattered by the resist-
fSiCOnquerpr.j i ASjine eagles oi ibjw
on jittered upon the hills which over
i the city, the Royal family, with the
,w0t basic ;wwcn terror inspires, nau ue
'jjr'blf into the wilds of Hungary. It is
niiaigf't. ..The sky is streaked with the
fcry pfafcctil'r8 v!,cn ---e meteors of)
' C treppondenct of lie JV. American
The treaty ra returned tn t:
Editors 4 Proprietors.
Kief a check rrox mll ycc
Do THIS, AJTD LllimTT IS SAFI.
NUMBER 40, OF VOLUME IV.
SALISBURY, N: C, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1848.
poleon. And; like all wrong-doing, how
ever seemingly prosperous for a time, it
promoted Final disaster and woe. .A pique
originating in this marriage, alienating
Alexander of Russia from the French em
peror, and hehcei the campaign of Mos
cow, and the imprisonment of Napoleon
upon the rockiof St. Helena. When the
design of Napoleon was known, every
JCourt in Europe was emulous of the hon
or of such an alliance. The Bourbons, in
their exile, wquld;.glacHy furnish a prin
cess of the bipod jroyal, as a bride for the
The birth of this child was an event
which had been anticipatedrby all France,
with the utmost interest. It had been pre
viously announced that the cannon of the
Invalids should proclaim the advent of the
expected heir to the throne. If the child
were a princes, twenty-one guns were to
a fearful night for a girl so small, so young
and delicate, to venture abroad alone and
Report and Resolutions
cay in executive esini, ui::,. ,t
from the 'committee un Foreign 1:
favor of or against if, anJ vithot
! It was discucd wiih much
mocraeic" fide nf the chamber ;
j a (ew remarks from one or two V.
j tinj to inciJentat puintr. Ihi ''.
most conpicuou4 m opposition t j .
tion, hare re (firmed their opinio:, c
in free conversation, and ulih .
j rcsrire ns to their intentions. It i
' per therefore to refer rothem, a9 ev r
: has the privilege to sp-ak rt Ll
Tirwa and actions. Mr. Hannr;
would bean act of fatuity to the tree?;
unattended. ' On her way, if possible, the i fthe Grand f ' yrth Carolina, on the quired he, where is the indemnity f "
rain became heavier, and the flashes of
lightning more vivid
death of P. G. M. Loris D. Wilson.
The Special Committee, to whom was re-
last she reached the residence of ferred so much of the M W Grand Master' an.
Mr. Williamson, drenched with rain, ryid nual report as refers to the "death of P. (i. M.
the top of her band-box beat in by the vlo- I'ouif D. Wilson, leg leave to report, that frm
lence of the storm. Miss Williamson was h 1'mited time allowed ihem from other duties.
it is almost impossible that they can do more
be fired : if a vrince one hundred. At six
o'clock in the moraine of the; 20ih of waiting alone in the passnge to receive 1" TIT'S? '"T"
,, t, ,, ! ner ; the key softly turned, and the door . r -,,u,, r,,-
I Mil i'u r i j wnc nrhncorl hi' I; - - J . . I lie I rand I .iH.ro ia o rniHv it..r ..t it... ; -
opened, and Miss Clark, nulling ott her " ... "I: .7 , . .
March, 181 1. all Paris was aroused bv
the deep booming of those heavy guns,
little kid slippers, which were wetthroush. i l. .. .. . J, ,
. I h - , ... . " "iriii uiuu"Ul UUUI1 US. I1G UICU in a IOf.
w -..- w B w . . ... . J ia i.iiuMiii'.- pt:viljr UVCIIUCU lilt; dlilllS, OKI tt3 llWfc IU U
tion of the arrival of the welcome stran- jl larm the rest of the family.
mighty conqueror. The Russian Court i ger Every window was instantaneously ,i employed themselves until morning in cause of
; ear ws nn thP lert ; "r)m&' wei ns tney were aDle .Miss invaders.
iioiark s clotnes. At the first dawn oi morn- nitv. In our revolutionary tniL'"le. Mmonrv
" l ,1; .. . . .! migniy conqueror. 1 he Kussian Court
lCfe f8 '.",0 im ""'0"St'd'; Proirers any of it.'highl.orn maidens to the
dismayed, met opohs. ! lamer are acc tlu)ce of; m at whose
v rxtmz lorwi in every nan oi uic ciiv; r . W . .. i .1
i ! 1 - - 1 irown an iurone tremoies. Ana trie
.1! Uirtv n rn frrvin Willi fnrrnr I npr., . i
frozen with terror.
' thrown open. Every ear was on the alert,
j The, slumberers were aroused from their ji
ei?n land, in the citv nf Wra f'n.T ni ikn 1QA
.... mm"j w '-w 1 1 1 1111 ii a iur 1 1 1 j iu 1 1 1 J
our country, eagerness to iepe her
has always characterized our Frater-
M I,laC?S 1f rerrge- ; Ued h0t Shd,S earthly dynasjie
:ruh their wathrough d wellings of briel lhj sodr
ty.i j f ' , j j '"S urcy aieppeu our, anu a nacK oeing au uer asninions anu ner v urren. l he
I'll 1 ----- ; - - j "t ?w"wv"!'i"uir-u, aiiKutjJarieuiurevrti it. ,,,,1, ec ,tl u hum mt-u, u iiih aui iioru v, 1 i.ai
usiriiiii inuqaruny, uie prouuesi oi an ; ui a uusy nieiropoiis, as me vast inpongs iiis u iiiiamson gave ner ail me money imm.iiiuiiinn'raiui ure .-iucrican ar-
in was a .i;ion oi inti standing, excrpi one,
whost; sad fate is nn historical inert ifs much
notoriety, that wc may :iv notliinj; more than
merely to allude to it ly ay of iontrnst. or
is .Masonarv without her il'ts upon her coun-
eagerly seeks alliance stood motionless to count the tidings which sh had, 5 as at the time she left Col.
of fortune. vhn hn tvirR those exnlosinns wptp thnndprino- intn tl ls sne nau not a dollar.
I .Inna ' ' V Vi i I I tf i V f l ri li in llm nrli hi I f ' At iXpU'lluil n lli.i.l .ir - m nt Hi'.
mU,r: -r'lr1; : entered its capital in triumph, and repose their ears. The heart of the great capi- !: V" " ' ' t n
SiiiC"! rv 1 c r LnldT ! to beat, and in all her glowing ! vas bridesmaid 7,
UNcllinf s, itr their man0leu in aM.s.After liiuqh deliberation, Napoleon ! veins the current of life stood still. When of their marriage, Miss Clark, who we
sates beneath their ruins. 1 he clamor , dccidetl to acdep) the alliance of Austria, j the.twenty-first gunvhad been fired, the ' shall now call Mrs. Whitney, set about
two hundred thousand combatants, fill iroposas weIie ma(Jti lbr Maria Louisa, interest was intense beyond all conception, ii hunti"g P facts in relation to her birth.
iMnidnigl t Vir, .dud mingle with iU . , s n ' j Maria was then ' the gunners delaved for a moment the. !: Thrfats were used, and every obstacle
of one ofihe most awful bomt ! Jtrn ..,c un nt turr ,n,un PoP;eii i,,., ! ma(le use o! to prevcnt her. Her first
J",ttllli i. care was to iind her mothfir. nn,l rtr r,
The next moment, the j- long search, she was at last disenvn'roil
try'a altar in our present smguinary contest
with .Mexico. Amount the nutnher f those
who have learned tlu ir duty to inaistrate.-Tand
the supreme govei nineiit at her altar, in their
most solemn vows, may he mentioned the name
of -our most illustrious I (I. Master. What
was his course when the thundvrs ( warcame
to our ears? when we learned that our na-
liumJcrs oi one oi tne mosi auiui oomr nineto,!n veark of acrP. ;inil was most han- ; next discharge, and all Paris stood
. - , : i . r . i t J 1 T o ' i , . -o-
iartmcntS. arUl miS.evur. Witnessed.. S j tQ be honoMas.the bride of one who less in suspense
JtTonc otiliae. cnamners ot tne roai i had hlled the world with this renown, ; guns, double loaded, pealed forth", the most ; we believe, in the island ol Jamaica. tion was engaged in bloody conitict withadarin"
dice there1 ies a tiiaideti, sixteen year$ j Napoleon w?is forty-twoJ On the 12th welcome announcement, and from the en- I She a,most immediately recognized her my ? Hro. WiUon lelt the;!ef;ilative hall
j-utr. tSw-AnairUtoYof the kin' Her fa r M..-il ibm nn,U,ti.. ,.-wi,nt 1 tlm mtv n nnii-oreal rmm r Ui,mn. daughter, and gave her the marriage cer
ihet andrrrothx-r, it the consternation, of; emotion, she jlelt the palaces of her fa- ! tioii rose "and blended with their thunders-
heir flight, wtrc compelled to leave be- thers, surrounded by all the pomp the Aus- j Never was an earthly monarch greeted
i . A ( - Jl' l : i .1 IT l 1.-.
jnu mera uiefr sjeiv cuiiu. ner cueew
tre jjuihecf with fever, and again palet)
titfi terror as the pproar of the assault
ike angry thunders, fills the air. The
j'ire of bursting shells and the flames of
Ihespreadirig ;onfl-ration, pottentuously
rJeain througluthc jwindows, upon the eye
of the sick anjd terified sullerer. JShe in
An buries lier head lieneath the bed
clothes. to shut out hc horrid cries of the
issailants and the shrieksof the wounded.
In the midst of this most dreadful scene,
.he gates of. the jcify are suddenly thrown
ipetjj and. it small party emerge, and with
Hag of truce'pais through the embat-
. - a 4 ' If a
ling hosts til theyapproach the presence
if Napoleon. They inform him of the
4uation arid the peril of the princess.
ile instantly Vriderl the direction of everv
jun to be changed which might endan-
r ncr person, ine nag oi iruce again
retires within ! the walls and the awful
bombardment continues. For ten long
our this tcrritic storm of iron descends
cportthe c(ty, i till three thousand shells
iive filled Its streets with ruins and with
blood, liut Maria 1 Louisa remains upon
ber bed uriharrnedlthough other parts of
lirrJather's palace fare blown from their
foQndatiohsl Little did she imagine, in
it coniternation of that dreadful night,
iat it was her future husband who was
&u raining own destruction upon her
iiirr's capital., nd little did the ple-
Warj conqueror injagine, as he compas
jans that this maiden was to be queen
jt France, and that by this bombardment
, '.. i t'
was wooing ant winning for his bride
idaa'ghtetLpf the pipsars.
A daughter of the Ca?sars ! What a
triah monarchy Could confer, to meet her with a more affecting demonstration of a
future husbatid. As the long train of car- nation's love and homage. The birth of
riages left Viehnat.the people gazed mourn- , the-'King of Rome, how illustrious ! The
fully upon the scene. Maria Antoinette, : thoughtful mind will pause and muse up
the last princess jAustria had furnished for ; on the striking contrast furnished by the
the throne of jFrjince, but a few years be-j death. Who could then have Imagined
fore had perished miserably upon the scaf- that his renowned father .would perish a
fold. The popujace were only prevented ' prisoner in a delapidated stable in St.
by the soldiers, from cutting the traces of Helena, and that this child, a nation's idol,
the carriagesjanp preventing the depar- i would linger through a few short years of
ture. The gorgeous procession proceeded neglect and sorrow, and sink into a for
on the way towards the frontiers' of France. ' gotten grave.
Napoleon haqi never yet seen the bride ; '-
who was coming to meet him. " She is ! From the Delaware Blue Hen's Chicken.
not beautiful' hfe said, as he gazed upon j THE EARLY LIFE OF MRS. GAINES.
her miniatur, but she is a daughter of
the Ccesars 'I . S
When Mar;ia arrived at the Rhine, her
Austrian attendants left her, and she was
received by the iFrench nation, and con
ducted towardsj Paris with the highest
possible accompaniments of imperial splen
dor. The bells irang their merriest peals
of congratulation. The Austrian and the
tri-colored flags' floated in friendly em
brace from everjf tower. Triumphal Arch
es, illuminated cities, and civic and mili
tary procession greeted her progress, while
As the case of this extraordinary wo
man has for a long time past excited the
interest of the people of this country, we
think it will not be uninteresting to give
our readers a slight sketch of her early
life. Mira Clark, (now Mrs. Gaines,) who
is well known to our citizens, having in
early life resided here,, was born ; in New
Orleans ; her father, Daniel, (well known
in the political and commercial history of
Louisiana,) being a partner of Col. Davis,
of this country. Her father died, and
when only a few months old, she was
adopted by Col. Davis, and brought up as
tificates of her husband, Daniel Clark,
from whom she had been seperated some
time before his death. Proceedings were
immediately commenced, but for a while
with a small prospect of success. Threats
made up a company of volunteers over which
he was chosen captain, immediately assisted in
raising another iu the same county, and enter
ed her service without delay. ; " I
Of Bro. Wilson as a Mason, it ij probably
mote pertinent that we should fneak.l Particu
t m A . 1. 1 C 1
um uu.j wmuc dyamsi nersen anu iarly m the active discharge of thoae cardinal
nusoanu, out against any one who should virtues which the pieeepu of our Order incul.
advocate their cause. It was with d i ill - cute in everv bosom. Chariiv wa nm.iimiiipni
culty a lawyer could be procured to plead Many incidents in his history illustrate the truth
ner cause; even the .mges on the bench ot this remark. We will allude to but two,
were the feed counsel of the other side, which are sufficient to place his name high up.
and generally supposed to be under the on lhe rH "f benefactors of his species. On
influence of bribery. ' 1 onc occasion, when provisions were exceeding.
Finally, ber husband was thrown into '-v scarc.e m the counl' of Edgecomb, and want m ti
117 o a eta L-lr.fr ol.rr. : I I, 1 ,1 !.. W'.t .
g tne preva- . f, ... ' that government, to etila the ti ;
: at... n 1 1
orison in iew i iripants nnnnnr t ip rrov
- .link iu. invin- 1 , , .
lence of the ffever, and afterwards, she J i ? , "t r ' u u,s,r,u,u'
was imprisoned with him with a small ted lW" r tS,drel ?U ?! cPr a'onSsl l.he
child at her breast. Whitney soon died, f comb ; donations of smaller size
t -ft, . . J 1 were continually emanating from hu libera
not, however, without strong suspicion of, nan(j ;
foul play. She afterwards was released, The second grand charity to which the com.
and though a widow, still prosecuted her ; mittee allude, was the closing and crowning
suit with determined resolution. Soglar- . act of his life the capstone iot his moral and
ing was the partiality oi the judges once masonic edifice the magnificent bequest con
displayed, that the crowd in court could ; tained in his will. By this will he has given
hardly contain their indignation. Her life j 'o the poor of his county an estate now estima
was two or three times attempted. Her j led from forty to sixty thousand dollars,
first acquaintance with Gen. Gaines was ! As Bro WHson deserved, he was held high
when she was fired at, and part of her i ,n ine es,eem countrymen, and any pro
And admitting that to be obtained.
security for the future T He never
gent by his vote to accept euch ten .
that had Wen pledged to the country,
the rast expense of life andtreaiua
Mr. Allen was equally hostile to j'
l in and indifferent to the coiice:i
emiinents. . The hatii uf the r.e;
not such as the government had a t
pect. and be would not do it.
Other gentlemen, of the same p V:'.
the opposite wing of the party, were
take the Treaty as it stood, ihoug!. !
hare been better satisfied wiihi
none at all. -
A question wa made as to t!
striking out of th teutli article w
Mexico, and ihe President inforun-J t'
man on Foreign Relations that, a
his information it would not inter,'
tious obstacle to the ratificatiuu i
iSpeakin" ot the tenth article, ror
correct a flight error into which 1 i
lat night, in stating its protisi !.
particular feature. Where occu; :Al
cDuilition of-the grants prior to the C ;
1S3G, it is provided that the $i:n? li
originally allowed by Mexico, h?. af"
grantees to perfect their sentiment i!
the exchange of ratifications. I
It is under stood .here, and liorn 1
erutive.that large speculations in '
were made by parties inNewVt rl.
ington, who now hold the Tigbts. a
ted in the vicinity of the White ll i -lie
Depaitmcnts. that Mr. Trit I i !
derstanJinz of the value of protect
terests. these reflections u; ri
misssioncr, come with appropria: r
those who selected him fortius I,
portant trust. It Is apparent .
two sets of interests concerned i;.
lands, and both equally dependent t
ificaiion of the tenth article, lur th.
A resolution was proposed to re
mission ol not less than three or i.:
to proceed to Mexico, or to meet ii
commissioners 'i :
No action was taken upon the jr
the commission, but the President r
nified his willingness to accede o
of the Senate in this respect. 'I".
that occurs to the minds of Senator- i
ger of delay, and the apprehenu i
ting a chance for a certainty. If '
acted iu good faith in this arr:. :
has the power to maintain the tre:.:;
culty, it appears to me, would be re.
. There has been a misappreht i
. t i .. i ir i j i 1 pan, as wen as upon mai oi an tLf t
dress shot away. Gen. Gaines came and j TV0" . n Tf l u T ,hal "e claim to authentic inf 4 r, .
offered her his protection, and she soon ZZ " , r' ,aBy. 1 of the treaty, in regard to It!.-
afterwards married him. Her opponents I "!??!d; ".ud rtfer t"his fqt elections , andJ Cienera Scotlf n,,, ,
dared not use the same means with a Gen
eral in the U. S. Army, as they had al
ready done with her first husband, private
individual. It would have been too glar
ingly showed to the country, or there is
not the least doubt they would have done
After going through so many courts, we
i ucgisiaiuro i rum ine county oi reuge i . u n i '
tuL i . .u . u- . i . vdes that there shall be a supcns!
comb the fact that his mortal remains are to 1 ... . .. . , , 1 ,
i u. l j . i i Utes during the interchange ol jh
uc uruuiii iiwne. anu a monument ereciea
by contribution to his memory over the spot
where they may find their long resting place.
We need hardly to say that many of our bre.
thren will have an opportunity of gathering at
his grave, to give vent to feelings that, with
some, have found an outlet through more na-
To many, this high privilege
correspondence, and so forth, on jl!."
two Governments, and it was Le II"
Ieged that Genera! Scott, under l is
structions, bad ordered the armitiic
'Phis is altogether a mistake,
communication was received fr m
! on Saturday at the War Depart rm i
; 2d Feb., about one hour nfieri t!
his own child. A man bv the name of
the horses of her1 chariot buried their hoofs Ralph destroyed her father's will and ob
in hm hr?s nf Lp wbieb wor Snrpr1 tained possession of the whole of the im-
. s . .. .. i rnense nronertv of her father, consisting !
over tier path, .r ranee, then in the zenith of nea;y ;he whole of tfae new Jj- now learn that the suit has been dedided i "ral avenues. '.
of its pride, and intoxicated with glory, ! vw nrUnn t thf tTm wrtb nor in her favor. The value of nronertv is ! w'11 be denied by
t I x . I -V I I .... ' . " m Kilt nil mMa. nUn. :K 1 A.
lrom the Khine to the Pyrenees, resound- I five millions of dollars,- and now worth now near twenty millions ot dollars. , a' '" - " s' ; jet1er was not despatched by Mr. 1
ed with all the! expressions and demon- j much more.) She lived in entire ignor-j'Mrs. Gaines is now about forty years of Press,J ot ou.r gru, the :0,n,n,Ucc rcom'. 1 peihaps Gen. Scott was not knoui.-.
1 i . ' n t.,f r L- u i metitl the adoption of the resolutions at the end . . .
cipuimnc r rr Wrn..n r 1 1. anee ot titT narentace lor a on? time. , aot rtUUU' icci uik". uas a sweei ex- , , . ... aenoepanure. lie tens ?ir. m irn
oiiunuiio w i uivniiL. iinwuicuii uicl uci j - f o - o i . . oi ii j reoort. i be committee have not. as .
n . i . .. .. The first-idea she 'had of her parentage pression of countenance, rather a French ,. V 1 , , " "7 that he had pist seen a treaty, lit !
near Compeigne. Springing from his own 1 "e ! . 1 UKa " u. m 11 er miema?e, r might appear to some, mentioned the act of our ram j . ' i r . .
. 0 . . . was hems' taunted bv a eir at schoo w th cast, fehe has, at the same time, an in- ,.... ;., ,.-. r...u : to read it, which stipulated fjr r.
carriage, he eagerly leaned into that of ot r : n ' domitable resolution as vrv eimnm. . - ur,, u ,u,,n "aJ ! pending these negotiations. Not
i r - ' 1 L 1 1 ' ILIVvl L1K1 L Ula f Lli) I1IIL Iiri Ifl- - w . . '-' J (" I M rTIrllia fk.n film .1 f c -i r.1m M j-v I
of the treaty. For some reason
the Empress,; and, entirely regardless of, ther. Afterwards she discovered it from
some papecs which she found, while look
ing for some documents which she was to
all the restraints and etiquette of courts,
folded her in; his embrace with the most
youthful impetliosity. The postillions
nsterious influence there- is in ancestral were ordered toidrive upon the gallop to
Miowh. rCnholeojirven, the creator of; the palace f t'ompeigne. This unex
k crown, tlii fabricator of his glory, was ; pected ardor ju as not at all unwelcome to
waled hyutsr glar.. Maria Louisa was Maria, and ajfeyv hours in the society of became acquainted with a young man
Mineal descendant of the proudest mon- her imperial (husband investfid her with named Wm. Whitney, a son ot General
irchsof RomL! The blood which circu- ' such a queenjv Use and affability, that Whitney, of New York. Soon afterwards
Win her vLinsiid passed to her from j she could harilly be recognized by her for- ' , visi'd her in Philadelphia, but the
a- ' . ; -11 . ii- . . .1 . (.0 hinel not annrovinsr ot the match, he
Usars a id through the heroic heart j mer attendants. 1 he marriage ceremony was forbul t house. Col. soon
ariaThere!sa-hUe had been cradled i was celebrated with the utmost splendor after moved to Delamore place, near Wil
Ll(i'nnrthr'rri Vi'fliid' : Kepiifs nf moral nh- i at St. Clond. and never, before nr since. min-trm mid Aliss Clark not being Per-
mitted to see her lover, she corresponded -.noei .
stance of her life has shown. She is verv
charitable and warm hearted, and never
forgets her old friends. She, even now,
r 1 1 . i .
y .a,,, jj.u.iuu, uoa.uug, .uonrj sc.suu ftnnrUH rnllr of ihe wi.hpt rf
1 - - . . r - B - - w w - - - w - - - - - -
limits to tne exnressinn i trntprn.il rearl to ' ' . . . r .- '
' o mcnt
- - - - - -.
hedei-ired instruction as: t!. ',
matter. Under the public law; I -
the memory of a departed brother, who has ;
i.t rr . t . - rt f. ifi
earneu tne anecuons oi tne vrau. ncnev. . r, .. r
1 U oi 1 TT .1 . . rpfTifmnprs with o-rntitnrlA t li r enremoe t r il. ..a,.. ni ..( t I .W-..,.V. l:r.. r,n ' e I
acau iu uir oiunci il uuiiuuig, im j at - - -- " -; 7'' " t,v..B.. tercourse or arrange an armistice
that time were living in rennsylvania.
Some time afterwards she visited, the Sul
phur Springs. Virginia, and while there,
on account of her carriage breaking, she
foifiy and jreal niigni licence, , which one has Paris resounded with such an uproar
it : -.
1. 4; i- 1 mi" 1 1 1 1 1 .
nci t-iiny inciKi, uoniieriy iuiss v iiuain- spicuousiy illustrates tnoso ; masonic mu:s pmy But Gen. Scott acted tn i'-r
son.) now Mrs. Chambers, and assures her which are the pi Me and boast of our order, the no cfTicia! part in Mr. Trist s 'mi .
when she comes into her estate, she will Craft is honored, and we can with propriety cce(jjn may be well V-
remunerate her for her former kindness, gather around our own family altar, and in a einje t, which unwittingly II -
Asweseeitstatedshehaslately presented spirit ot emulation speak freely of those v.rtues. Turni-y .f Tennes -e.
two of her friends with $5,000 each, we Jlesofrrd, That this Grand !Lodge will wear was only one thing be regrettn a'
suppose her bequest to Mrs. Chambers tha usual badge of mourning j(crape upon the ty, and that was, thai Scott luia t.
will be considerable. We understand she lelt arm) for the space of thirty days, as a to- it instead of Trist.
will soon visit her in Wilmington. Is not ken of respect and esteem foj" the memory of, Things therefore remain in .'';
th lifn nf this persecuted ladv indeed one our deceased brother. I co, until ihe bearer of depatc!".
of deep romance r Will it not in tuture
be given to the public in an historical
, , ,IM .... r, i r t n 1 lasl 3bndir, reaches Gen II
Resolved, Ihat this Grand Lolge recom- , r n t . j
" ft r m n n.l l....fl I. .11 n itl lii.tl t V
mend to the subordinate Ixtge s a similar . . ' J
woiijid give an impress of j of rejoicing, hs when Napoleon led bis
o the meanest soul. Sure-I youthful bride ijito those apartments of
lit jmust be animated with I the Tuilei iesjfVOm which Josephine, but
ii- i . . i M iii it
anu ennobling in numan i ttiree montnsjneiore, nau oeen so cruelly
IV 1 li v 1 J I
W that is lofty
a . ' , W 1 .i.
;r.: Alns, it was not so ! She was rejected, r-dfur queens held the .bridal
Ll''. I ' if '.ii . i i a. ' . . f r L t 5 . i.i i
a mild. amiable; pret- train of Maria Louisa, and the embassa-
SnupTiuvfi i if T .nr-i." i.Thn Ssr i r nf fi f
To prevent detection, her letters were - .
r . i, at; m k w;n;om Mechanic has the fo owing notice ol a ve
direcled to Miss Mary Ann Williamson. b
(now the wife of Rev. Cory Chambers, of ry wonderful lock: "The most perfectly
this city,) daughter of our fate Mayor and secure and efficient, unpickable, unbreak-
Post Master, she carefully keeping the able and unburstable lock ever introduced,
; i i
girl, utter If incanalde of cherishing ah dors of all theqCburts of Europe revolved
a'of rmananitiity or heroism. She j around her as; tljeir central luminary.
endowed. iv nature, onlv with those 1 Hut who ean tol how dismallv these re-
U' i i - i T n J
Cities wliich wdrc most commonplace ! ioicings fell upon! the ear of Josephine as
t ! 1 " 1 il 1 I ' A 1
Vav M a a if - a a .... .. . -
ciirmiv. twas' L-iiureiv uiuiimiiiipd in snr wppntnir ;in npr i cspnpn pnnmnpr.
I ; ... - - I . . " . . kJ4 V W . W - . ' m . . . . . . - - . ... "
. . I V I 1 . '
-'- a nnnm nnrr inn Hin iviirn m:i i n rnmrh
- i - iK t j (i
a 5 wjfcs: destined to move.
secret, and punctually delivering the let
ters, into the hands of Miss Clark, and
sending her's to Mr. Whitney in return.
Miss Clark was by this time fully ac
quainted with her parentage .and the im
mense estate of her father. At least she
received a letter from Mr. Whitney, urg-
has recently been invented and perfected
by Mr. S. L. Chase, of Lockport. New
York. It is succeptible of 743,000,000,000,
000 changes of adjustment'; has no ac-
i i . .. ...I -
cessihle aperture into wuieu gun puwuci Room (I) evenin. March, Sth 14rS, it was
can be introduced, and could not be pick- unanimousv
ed nor unlocked in seven years, even by -
liesniecil, l nat ine oremren oi me itxjge t.o
As there are large interests cr
these Mexican claims, and ns nu'. l.
been made, relative to their a !ji':
treaty, a few words- may be d ? -i r
point. '1'he government assun.i -3 !'
of tlie adjudicated claims, and r
commission of our own citizenr
lihed on principles-of that a ; ;
which was not ratified, for thf
thoe claims, left undisposad of7 ;
and not acted upon by the ccm-vi'--'
But they are not to exceed thu:-' t
a quarter in amount. !
Authority has been sent to (it-ti
draw against the three million j, i
of the ratification of ihe treaty jby
The govcrnmeot is not without sr.
tr 't'riil on1 Vi oacnriatC TP",'. I
. - . . . ...1 flftllVJ i J J .w --.
part of Mexico, may have comi :.
... a an.l fl f ll f Al I' ! . '
lUsohed, Tka. .1- EdU.ror Hie Salisbury - h "J--;- -r
i- ke requeued to puUiU. lb. above " rr , , . , ;
Mr. Trit would find no trouble in
course, as soon as they, obtain a knowledge of
the course of the Grand Lodge, k
Resolved, That the Secretary be instructed'
to furnish a copy of these resolutions, and re
j ie-t the editoi s of newspapers in this city and
elsewhere, fiieudly to our 6ider, to publish
C." II. J0RDOX.
JOHN l SPEIGHT.
At a Communication of the- Rrethren of Ful
ton Lodge Nj. UlJ, Salisbury, Iteld at their Lxlge
the' U,S crii)C on ll,e hdl arm for the space ot thir-
iti lilt; uiiiiuL 11 eiMUill IWII I imvii H1V.U iiniiv i f . , . , . i ! ! .
. Lr p , . , , .... 1 ning, put them in one of the outbuildings, ; . .
leon that the life bf the mother or the child , nn . , ... . nn At ,st the niffht j Let it be borne in mind that Gen. Tay-
CA 1 1 IVv nv u vaa.a -j-- -
. 'a m T i. L
In one vear lrom that time, Maria was g er u. aw- c, uuC ,u v , m,nMr:1Plrpr ibemof with tlP kev in
n nnnn that! mvKtPrions e.nne.h nf S.if. ! she bore for him, to elope with htin. the : , . , , carry the above resolutions into effect by wear.
v. ;...--....w i ,l , : , (ta,i ai. oov o.u.., .... --
V,-L U,ji r -r.: : LuLu ol ...l.K P1 a!? utm rt,,u 111 ."""i"' I,; " If . n,1 n to thiPVP the more, thev
"q.uu:uu ucspairmg oi opriug irum , icriuj; Hum uuu. ..u Whitney was to be at New Castle, where ' , ' i " V- . ,1- it- ty day
Wnl,;.i.i: -;.,m.i it- ! enifln.i. JnnUac vmntmn ITpr ' . J . t: xr ... should examine and investigate this lock, J -
,i ;ru'.r huu v-uiMimu iiu me mujk -"itimui i-nu 'uiv--v v . ' sne was to loin anil, intone was in imu i . , 4i,, , iie-
tw. - ' ... I : .1. J i ..,.1 o u. -Ar: w:t.:. t . bv indents, impressions, or otherwise, the ... ,
. uejiiru to nave an ueir iiu suouiu j jmius were iqngj pionacicu nuu un u- ; me secrei uui iuiss uiumwisuii. aw p..-- - , Wouldnt know how to open
ithisgly and perpetuate his name, J guish dreadfuL-The attendant physicians, vent detection, Miss Clark called the aogs -- j ; repon anu re.u.m.uo. t, ,
wiJ . V '.J': . 1 ........... . .1 I.... . tvt tPtbpr nho.it Col. Davis nlace that eve- ' . A. M. NLUITT, Sec.
"wives ii'rvnr inn in ivinpn tnni turn in ine nimnct fpohut'iiinn in ormpn iano- : '"b1" i -- ---
'03ephineJtho Wife of his voulh.and to
irt a mbfe ycfuthful bride from the
JrvieBt monarphies around him. He
JiI tttui to secure an heir in whose ner-
shoujd he all ed all that was glori
kis'.oWn achievements, and all that
Qstrioui n exalted descent. The re
'Mioa: offjfosehine, strong as were
r-ivai iiiuinps wnicn leu io 11,13 me
iuq caaracier oi a-
a draft in Menco or era Cruz
nrialion. Will the Uninu inf. inn
i r ii. ..,tt-:o l,rn..nk o tthr .Mr. Polk is so suspicious ;f
must be sacrificetl. " Save the mother," i nnfi tprrible one it was too : the lor says, over his own signature in his let- ..,r motrta i,rnflriH;irh.0 "I'llht vu an's confidential clerk and cor;
i I . . IM. lilli va, a va wa - -. - T a a a . rv m .v n I 111 i.aiIlLi v - w - . -
in torrents, ter to Mr. lngersoii, inai ne is a r , . qu thai y can jump QTe lUl dilch gaid
said Napoleon ; but perceiving: that they wind howled, the rain poured
had lost their presence of mind, in view of and the darkness was only now and then
ib n.ril rtfrt ;iiLt..;., o o; b ;m. i illuminated bv fearful flashes of lightning.
i- . i ji ii!iv-. ii -.u rTTndaunted bv the raging elements, Miss
mediately added. 44 Do as vou would with f u nuaunieu y
- m a -
in principle." Nor. Cur. Standard.
the wife of the humblest tradesman in the
Rue St. Denis"! The physicians, re-as
sured, returned to their duty, and the crisis
Clark stepped from her bed-rooni on the
balcony, and by means of a pillar of the
balcony or rope, managed to reach the
ground in safety, and immediatel)' ranjas
fast as she could to Wilmington.! It vyas
. Surely, tis very unkind toward t
he to himself. "Done." said the other side ol , ana imeres ing oecrciary , r-;
his mbuth, and over he leaped: "I won that who figured w,th so much di.linjih
m m l. am vv ' . ui rrtu fufn . mnr m infi lifti war. ai il " roui
a-vt mm tiiiAnf eaii nca nv i ic m wai -'. ... -
lieu aiiiuv,,i f
5U,UUU for which . hber-1 price will be paid jumped and fell at the bottom of the mud. In the nstruclions to Gen. L.
fn trade. Also, on hand a constant supply of superior A Nothing lost and nothing gained, he mutter-, led to send Mr. 1 rt out M ti
wrapping paper for sale br-i. I ed,,? crawling up the bank ;i "that account's j inquiry in the Senate, how this y z
i BOGER -i- MAXWELL. T;' " J coraplished, a Democrat of mar4 r
( Feb. 17, 1849 ! 5t42 eten. ' 1 .
i 1 ! 1 . .