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TiiejNaiional Ititlligertcer; of the 2d
Atjhc momcnl'of putting our paper to
bres$ aVo vvcro informed of the arrival of
fye stpamer EuroTi-i. u l.ich sn'Ml from.
Liverpool on the K5fh December, v
Wc haVe'oppittuniO' only to announce
Jhal Lbui NapolroM Bonaparte Ms been
plpptP President of ibrv French Republic,
byHa large majority. The per centage
of thc.voti, as iarr as uycrrmineti, statins
ll)us ; For Ilbnapatte ' Cavaignac 20,
fTntlin '''0.' Itfispa.il L . Lamnrtihe & '
) ' JvULEBs. rffagl' Gtn'l. Harrison.
CRUNER & JAMES
. Editors Proprietors.
VOLUME V, NUMBER 3G.
&hnn of tliellotne. " WhVfc? rifis ihfl-waat of
courtesy in extending the informal injferthef Y'
Fur, if t lit iuformiitiou (lr?t railed lor, was ne .
cessarv and usehiL stirelv h extending it' t9f
ither States could nut be'deMhictirf After a(
few other remarka, the dicisiiion
on thii sub
jeel was suspended,
And the Senate proceeded tatLe order of th
uav, oeinjr me tun lor mo esiHiiusonu-ni oi a
btate :(ia.nital, forlhe Insane tn N. Carolina. 1 ,
y sections, being
SALISBURY, N. C,, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1849.
The liii was then read
open l'ir amendment.
Mr. Gilmer remarked that tWs uh
C A Rt)T AN A WA rrf!HM AM! fThat thrift millint nf Trmon ih
- - -- ----- - -- ---4 - -- proprietors of as many millions of square
r InaUUrai0I of'fioVPriior. I between the rising and the setting i
' i sn, snouia calmlv and inte igent y re-
vn wionuay tasr, says tne
gister of January 3rd, at 12. o'
the Inauguration of Governor V
Xap61eoh lins declared his intention of j sence of the General Assembly of the
Vkh Marshall of StatC ari(, fore an auiencPf ,vhich f()f
tancef : 1 to Hdpuh he was qu.et. jy -j ... ; , - :r
leigh Re- , cord theirSerdict upon the great issues :.
piock, ! aummu-u io uiem, is a more stupendous on Military' Aftairs. reDorted ihe hiil u, incor-t!
. ..t ! miracle in nfllltirMl iw'onpo ttian oven tVi it. "r' -Aj i i r i
ANLVIOOK i j ' " .- nits iro lueiicu uanu oi- .tiusic, anu re- i i j
place in the Commons' Hall, in the nrpJ- "B"cy in rnysic?, oy wnicu commended its fiaas
j been mJ.r : i;-Mira!ion Hji! some (ouriVor fiv6
j .wp.rkjs, an.! h . i jl4j)f'j)ared to vole forthe bill,
: ! If 'h w.-: i.tijfctioii to ibepassag bf lhp
R. Abbot to rut a Canal and ' . iiu(.d they would iimv Le indicated.' in
therein, in tho County of order that ihev mi--ht he answered. The dial i
! I'fsnilnlanl.- ro f carl ilO.I ra r ,1 1 rr ' ! : : I. .. .1 I J I I , i ' : J . i f 4 " !: i '
Friday Dec 9 ! " " t iu io . iuw... ; u.nuineu.iauy wuo nau pressed 'Hie suryeci
SENTE ' " " ' ! T!e same gentleman reported unfavorably to Upon the jiUcniion of the LpUlatiire, and ' wIiW"
Mr. Bower llpm the Joint Select Committee ' l!: c!f ' aad Swn I had 'V" n,!h at cald not ;lon- -
remain here and.ne could seeno reason lor
i i STATE LEGISLATURE.
every thing that could make the occasion
imposing, nas rarely ever been equalled.
iTlie-leVolutionjin . Roine has terminated
by Hjc llight of tm Fope, the head of the
jiontan.vainotic.nuurcn. uneot tne
popular prince's that ever ascend
irirvni i ni inn lt i inv an mimm ijii r n. 'im i 1 All ; k
.T IV, it " I - 1 U6Urr.rare8S0 m? UeU, do one set "of
vcneslasi xlescribed, remained a. prison- I . . ! " ..ga.y creana- lifters give way to another without rp
in his, palace,, protected from, persona
ofence bv -.the' French' Embassador. -
The l'ope, in fleeting from Rome, took
in the County of .Columbus.
Mr. ISrogdeh m .veJ to lay the bill on the ta- ; any further delay.
e. Liosi. Mi. otevenson moved a rcconsid.
A rrt . ! . . . . .
:0 : xrntirin n f I in vrr In I ikn i.l.l.. i ' :. .1 i ( . l i ir r t-
Mr' WashinrtU.n. fi-mnlhA rnmmiltAnnnlnt- i -V . ... .-V.' : ,He : ne Oay for I IlUr40y
tdrval from the extremities to the. heart ed to vkit the rtstitntum for the Deaf ahd Dumb. ; l'Xr r ' rZrZ r ' , ,a ' ,'r- s:uu u was vveiinow.r mai
cl this extended Countrv. f made a detailed report, accompanied by a bill J1:::!11 'TT I lh,3.ra:urc lbo f f1 ,U W
i-iis auvi vji ic hiilcs, it-iiM(-n uiuiauiv u me neni oeiore ioe venerar AsseinMiy ; auu li
this verdict was transmitted in a lilie in-
val from the ext remit it
this extended Country.
Mr. Bower moved to postpone jhe bill, and
ake it the order of the ddy br Thursday Tiext.
I i. tn iir.s nalace. nroiecte.l from ni'rsannl c;hk it matter nd manner. Hisrf stance ; and the policy of to day quickly
I viotrnce 'bv the French Embassador. . development of the obligations devolving Warns that of yesterday by the peaceful
upon the twapo!itical parties, Was a most f
refuge at Naples and was under the pro- just, correct and liberal one, and his de-
trclion oi me ins iiolincss reius- claration, that he felt himself to be the
cd totp; France and has signed a Governor of the State, and notlof aFarty,
protest 'declaring lall the late acts void. I . , . '. . 3
n kmperor of Austria has abdicated i was worthy the occasions and the Gov-
inirvvor OI ms iiepiiew. im: new niuiij- pc-
nTibv its FiesMlcnt, published an address diet for Gov. Manly a useful and popular
containing tlie djicy of the new Empe- administration. But to the i
f : i I - I It I ,'l .! I n mr.r.A..t .. .f iI.a ..f L .i ll . ' 1 !
o.K. u.c woriuoegan. xynere tut Here Vr.'. lu ,aLl u "l ,uu ; hi" to alter an act jaMicernins a road in the seemed to him that amole time had been allow.
lrt this elonous Union, aro ne.ac.rful litr.m : suiiauuj ouuamgs lor said -instituiionand re. r.,,r nfT. ni.iU,i o.i ,,t;.,., ai j r ,..1- . i.- - .
. - - - :. t j .i ; . t i ivavi. v u -'iiiiunip. , t-u hr rvt-rv ouu 10 iiia;vf uii ins niiiiu upon n.
he most Tb oaths of oflice wefe ndmUistered by ! Uiwns e.sscd ? Whilst other Nations i c";edel ,t, parage La.d on
led thr Chief Mtice Iter,,. " . ." lied and the biri, "m 'ofKon. introd
a v-n- qu t , i ah r , ' J paces of power approached only through i , "omas, oijjaMa.on, inirooi
a, wan- J he Inaugural Address of the Governor ! tt rl V:Q!,i 7, ' ' .i t i lo incorporate the Davidson Mining
agic of the ballot Box. Though all this
rray have aroused the elements of Party
snirit, and excited the popular mind jby
irjtellectual conflicts for the mastery :
though badges ami banners proclaim the
ror, in which he pledges himself to main-
TTitih tho nberty ol flue country.
emil (i'pussin);on the 4th Decern
most alarming riots took place.
5th trie nt i re XoWn was ttt posses
isionof lhf? populace for four hours, during
Gentlemen of the Senate, and j.,
of. the House of Commons jr,
In entering upon the duties of tho.hieh
statioti to which I have-been oapled, I avail
me laoie, l,. it-r..l.l.. i un r i:...
i(w t.i t.niiii i ur; i
introduced a biH lhe Cmm of Moore . pas,eJ its 2;1 reatirn!?.
incorporate the Uavidson Mining and & me It- Mr s-pU fmn, -.im,.,!,,o mii;...
ing Company.- i ' Affairs, to whom was reH-rred the bill to amend
mr. oumer, a bin in lavor oi ine iaenns oi
the State. -.
Now that ihe session was drawing to a close'
he did think that ibis matter should be dispos
ed of. '- '-- ! - "'
Mr. Gilmer said he had bepjre remarked that
this was no nvir nuestroii. IThe outilic rnind 1
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, me t.ira chapter ot hevised statutes, repotted a ha I been directed to this mfasure'repeatedly.
uuMiiuie roposmg a material aneraiion io i ne tor at least ;i quarter of a ceutuiv. If entle.
i : i ! . r . i n. . -i i i! 1 . i o
men were not prejared to-vutc tor it now,'te
i w,w.jfi- .1 j ; " i i -
"".ull,V."m ,u ' , ' , a,,V Militia Laws of the Slate, which was adopted,
act passed in lQOo, to e.ublish an Academy in j Mr Caldwell, of Guilford, moved to lav the
Mr. Bower, a bill to open and improve a road
in Ashe County. j
Ihe Senate agreed to a preposition from the
a-dor of contending hosts ; 'in one short b""se to elect four Trustees of the University
dhy, without tumult or bloodshed, the i on Monday next at 12 o clock
struggle, is ended.
The next witnesses the' cordial saluta
tions of the victors and the vanquished.
The engrossed bills to repeal the second sec
tion of an act to incorporate the town of Wind
sor, and to amend tbe same ; to incorporate the
bill pn the table and print. Carried, Also,
favorably to the bill to incorporate the Wake
County Rifle Company ; passed 2d reading.
Mr. Satterthwaile, fi'm the Select Commit
lee to whom was referred Whitney's plan of a
Railroad, reported the following resolutions,
wnich was adopted by a vote of 70 to 24.
was afraid that they would inot be at any pe
riod of the session, fie had no doubt be might
recur to the Messages of every Executive for !
the last twenty. five years, and find in many, if
not In all, recommendations kipon this subject
had ref.-rred to the message, of Goir. More A
head, submitted to the two Houses in the years
1842 and 1844. In these he found views that?
1st. Uesolved, by Ihe General Assemblu of the .. did lasting honor and credit to the head arid
State of North Carolina, That we approve f , heart of that liberal -d generous Statesman
..-ft r . . T" mi J
. . - ; i i i i MHini ir ir nir i tun tji v n rnvn pv o .i . .
A l is ca.m; and that civ 1 spectacle; ex- :h,"ra35ra i "!.P"' ' 5 l?n. " ? ! ?' 'hould be proud-
iui i iiij i ini.i i in i
t nit -great excesses were commit-
commercial advices stale that Cot-
toa was active, and had slightly advanced
sin .price," Good r lour was" selling at 27 s
lor ibe construction ot a Railroad from Lake That consideration in' renlv n wpII iivM
Iichigan to the Pacific Ocean, it being an in- proposition to postpone as to the neccssnXof
dividual enterprise. , j the measure, are presented in these, message's
2d, Resolved, That his Excellency the Cover- i of Gov. Morehead with so much more eloquence
nor be and is hereby requested to transmit a and force than any he could present, he should,
copy oi tne loregoing resolution to each one ol with the leave of the Senate, read-a-few et.
Consolf.881- to 88J.,
BLC DDY TRAGEDY' IN N, YORK.
jOne jf those shockmgly atrocious $cenes,
which occasion.illy disgrace humanity,
I Xa or Friday exhibited, in a hbusei on the
Corner of Henry, , Grand and Valnut
strpcls, New' York. The, Sun, of that
lito,l c..1Ki: i :...ui. e : t i
u uucu ouuj.iuc auu uuiiiuauitf. oi ari ni- ,nrcr,-. -nnrnaaa-A v.;n ,n arnnnt t.a
most universal submission to the will of ed Statutes, entitled an act concerning Sheriffs ;
majority. j- j to inco. borate the N. C: Blues, in Wake ; to
What can better illustrate the COnSum- I extend the time for reiristeriny grants of land.
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myself ot llij earliest opportunity tp ten- i WI vissuom oi our institutions or the De- , mesne conveyances, powers ot Attorney &c. :
uer to you, ana to ,our common constitu- "'"" U1 11 " !j "reauieu, into 10 ameno anaci emit eo an act ioincrporaie our Senators and Representatives in Congress i tracts from them, as a pail or all that be deiifV
ents,Tny thanks for the distinction confer- ll em b-v the res.ght and patriotic of j the town of Monroe, in Union ; the engrossed ; and t6 the Governors of the several Sta-tes of1 ed to ' P He.de8if.
our ancestors f Mav this snirit be: -ever 'I resolution -in 'favor of ihe bheritt of Macon L .k it.,;,, I i.-V ' , -
h- u j l 11 ?. r ' . r r.u n ri . ro 1 r i inr. vjr. men reau irom Vjov. iUOrencau 8 met
erished and nernetuated bv the virfn. i County ; injavor of the County Court Clerk of Mr. Satirtl,tva;t n.A tAi,- .a. U r toi.- .u e n..
he Anoririf timbnta ... i : Martin r the engrossed hill lo incornorate the t :u . t . . ., i . ,n. - . ..."
;a ,. . T j . . " : , r " siuer mo oui io repeal an act io estaunsn tne i " ihe progress ot civilization, sustained by
tovvi. of Salisbury ; passed their first reading ; Counl of Pok. Carried The bH1 d 2(J j he diclal Jf hum- wM lctm '
The Chair announced a menage from the rcadill?. i to puUic liWrality, fJr the establisbmem of
House, proposing to set apart to-morrow for the : Mr. Dobbin, moved to make tbe bill to e.lab-! Asylums for the use of the Deaf, Dumb and
appointment ofJust.ces of the Peace-laid upon jish a Bank j Fa ve,tr. villc tho special order j Blh.d, and for the protection of the unfort untie:
rii f i m i i rv J J v....ww j A4UUHIIV tii imiv jo tauvj auuriiii" VfUUUIUUU
m uv .v" u i ui x .w tin 1 1 1 n ai i i m U nit tviKiiiv
red upon mc ; and toexpress my own pat
riotic pride iii ieing deemed worthv of
Indian Corn 31 ; Rice 17 I to 22 1 ! fi,Un thp.Chief Magistracy of rny native
pears that a Frenchman named
Franc ft G(er, living at No. J 18 j Ceda
tft'reet,' Iforlnerlv lived with a beautifu
J-'rrncli girl, h$ his mistress, but quarreled
with b0r, Sbe then left him, and has liv
ed fbri'sonie time past with a German,
named jTrederic WilliaTrTMarks. A few
days sihee Marls and his mispress came
(6 live In the second story of the house in
vvbjcfi vVstcrdayV t rag'dy took place.
Jatfv.swas:,a tailor and worked at his
trade ib the house. 'Early yesterday morn
3o be elevated to the j, highest olTice.
within their gift, by a people justly re
nowned for public virtueand social prder,'
for upcorripromising devotion to the Un
ion and an habitual respect for the supre
macy of the iawsj to wear the mantle of
such- Patriots as Caswell, Nash;, Burke,
oqs energy and intelligence of our people.
Let it be remembered by the unsuccess
ful Purl y in the recent Presidential' elec
tion, that the triumph of their opponents
was the triumph of brethren and not of
foes ; and that a factious opposition nSw
will bring them in conflict with thatj"fun
d mental and vital principle ot republi
canism, an absolute acquiescence in the
Johnston and Davie, misht well, satisfv : decisions of the majority." And lei it be
a loftier ambition than mine. " - bprne in mind by the successful party,
t will not be exDected thatnnr-ar tb lat with us it was a contest for Princi-
termination of your session, I will present I pls aud not for paltry rewards .ana; trap
with zeal am ability that thei most patrif'j !J tht! same destiny with ourseIves4-oinl! ;
proceeded to the special order of the day, being
a bill to lay off a Turnpike Road from Salisbury
west to the line of the State of Georgia ; 'the
question being on the amendment proposed' by
Mr. Conner', to strike out Salisbury, and insert
' Charlofte, and thence by Beattie's Ford, the
direct route to Morganton.
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tn rnup innsw wrjiiinn fmi. rnaiifi i.iw.m.- ks o oiiice. i lac our no nifra ' nnnn. ! mi. vjuuiu:r op useu ine uureiiuHieui, u
j . w...u.. v.i via, oi;i,,iuovilCUlU: i f - - i 'I - r T , ,f , r I .1 r i i
r r i- ! nLnti! op., t I, ...,. .. .1 , . I ... k 1 r.o oilpfl ri nftli'm th- u'Nnpi: dl tho npnnl
s . r . i i . . ill iii. n i i 1 1 iii i i r i - . ' . i i 1 .'iiriiiii.'i. ... . -- uv.v. ..... ...v i ' - i '
! v.ii . , ' , I . M ,ArA... k.. -.,u ,..i u -.. !.! i i t that nortion of lhe State, through which lhe
' I nt 1 1 WTt! ntTlllvhnd rrnntUmnn n m l u cur.lin IU IH' LIUMltti ue t ail L H i I , o . '
.gl.V- i WVl ll,, VI lOH V V V. l I l 11 till I dUl tt" I - ; . j j, lUll
bout to Kurort Unv-.VtKohnvfwA tbt ,t.,t,. i of power but as countrymen bound Un P'Poses;ine ro-xa snouui pass.
x was su
Omnotionof Mr. Steele the Il6use adjourned, j of these afilicted creatures, have long since and.
j often appealed to the public charity of a Chris
Saturday, Dec. ,10. ! tian community. It is referred to you to say,.
SENATE. ! how unheeded has been that appeal. It is like.
The following bills from the House, passed wise referred to you to say, howj much Iongex
their first reading : J we shall manifest our gross ingratitude Vo Han
The engrossed bill to amend ch. 94 Revised who shoVersui)on us with the hand of nrofu-
Sututes ; for the relief of James Stuart, of CJn'er- , sion, all the choice blessings of life, while iwo,
ca' dliee County ; To incorporate Pamlico Eucamp- withhold a beggarly pittance from his afilicted
eor ,t r rt i? :.. ,i., r w..i.;...., .
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ul' : to authorise the inspection of provisions ; to se
cure the more certain administration ol justice :
pported by Mr. Conner, at some ln PIImn, ,i, v.Aritns n! ,un IWir rA V'.,ntu
.u ..t -. " i ' a i i wt i-c. ::: . ' ;. w j
i . i itMitr ri. w i ur i rpiuiPd i ii mv ii r. v i if ki 1 1 1 n . 'i' f ii '.' j i . t
otic and giite,! 6( bis success in com- ! '"o owners ot a commot, gov, -fi-' ' Gi" ; Wal Thomas. of D,lvid. . ; r ' , y ' . .
I t ... 1 nhn i--t mil k.nn . t U nA 4. I r . ALdUL'llIV. Ill lktJlil."ailll 1 111 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ill! ill I
in it f i rnn um I pnmmon on1 o!.n. C ui III. ill mi I II CI 1 11 IIIK S I rJ L' CflL ni r ri i i ri . . I . J T . r "
'"r. r . ' L t, ... ' son i nomas, oi nay wooa, ana onepaiu, engag- of 1845-0 ffivinir the Countv Court of Lincoln, citizens whi. h least needed aid: wkila tho
v i ci i-. n i v- r. i . . .j. :t- 1 iiiiii i r i i' uiii itin iiim ii-p :i nil inn:i i riuniM ! , . .. e. i-i i " n - j - - - , - - - - .
ii iiiwn iuvii,i inline uu o itvmu imu iu j v j - -l - - -o ; eu in a yei yiuieresunji oibuussiuu , i auci wuitu
sition for t lie future, I may belpermitted. I ' 16 .a,1-m a vvord' Uur fellow Citizens., i the amendment was reiected. i
The bill then passed its second reading
And the Senate adjourned.
In 1844, he again called to the Represent.
livesafthe State, in the following language :
' I 'or more than a century..and I aqua rlert tho
Legislature of this State has been engaged in
making laws for the benefit of that class of its
trust, on this first day of the natural and
political yaar, surrounded by Ithe.Execu-
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ZXX C.' . t T T U,T rT , d.cial FmicUonariesof thecommonwealth: j Uur early history
l vmiu iHiii, uui iic;iciuni, anu iic .en , . t-f.fi,i. ,i c; the c carest evidence tha
Tlic?tlahe. ' AtabViut 11, o'clock be rode " . s: f u lwV oiaili J ,ttr A.;-nin r i
n..,i..,.. n a nppeat io tne nignest sanctions ol T
V t -i I, i XJ,V!M' V' .' l our religion, to bestow one thoueht unon was misgoverned, and o
ake no specific propo- ' cfiarterguaranties justice and equall rights I ed in a very
, I may be permitted, I ' lf al!-m'a word ur Fellow Citiiens.. j the amendir
in ine imporiant prerogative ot .Legis
lation, the Executive branch of our State
Government is wholly excluded, i .
exhibits on every page, ! HOUSE OF COMMONS.
t no Colopy un- ! A message was received trom llie senate, act for dividing the County of Stokes, with a- ' cility with
Mother Country ; transmuting a reso.uiiqn m reiauou io uiu mendinents.- They lie over.
ppressedl tO an engrossing wems. i ftjr. tialsey, trom the Joint Select ComuiUtee,
i- ti ' iir ?tn n v mnvHn io la v i ne resolution on ine 1 .. ? .. ! :. .. -v.r:..
r.ri.f '. ! -. i iMiua 1 x it'll t vv ii :orr 1 i,irn in i. unnr-.p. , .--, irnunru itiiitMHi'int'iiis lor iiiuuci inu iiiio.iWiut t-
aftriwards, a-desperato and deadly strug- There is no heart so cold a$ not to con- a!s-a natural consequence, no one fof our i ub'e , . . , , , the Governor elect. Concurred in.
? COtntnenced between Marks rand Get- . LZv trHs lime ?n 1 Slate Constitutions furnishes such marked M,r rMban ycd indefinite postpone- i The follovying engrossed bills from the House,
fTP-V Marks is small, thick set, dark com- a Hn ac knd uncled i proof of the jealousy of Executive pow- rlh, resolu,,on' r"?' . ' Passed their first reading ; to incorporate the
p cxioiiand homelv : Geiirer is lame, mus- r lUS P,AC,Anu under, these circumstances, i 1 ndJl. .v ! . Ihe following engrossed bills were received t Do)lin Guards ', to amend the 49.1. Ch. Rev.
T T-.rfr iriiou- nni loirrn tt'itn rikfvnr nrro i i mi ho ? v- i jl v v i iiui wumlmlj uli tut i an - i l. i i x . i :
d;h;inpme. TJoth u.e inthe goodness of God. to thank hint for the initiatory nor veto authority in leg slat.pn j a bill to extend ihe time for perfecting the
dljrk and. tbb other a d i -h-l:n i ft. antKbo't h
foughtidesperatelyi Tlo- woman scream
ed for tissistahce, and soinr. other persons
livinir Ih the housa -shouted murder A-
jeun'gUnaii named fhase, who was pass
rtig bylat jthe tifiiie, opened the door, and
pipi thtj stairs, met Marks' covered vi ith
bicjod.: one wrist cut-icarly off, the lfga
tnents'.of the other arm cut dreadfully,
mutinied, blessings conterrwd nnon nnr i anu Itie mere privilege OI reCOnsiUera- ,os oflands heretofore entered. A bill loan
country, and earnestly to supplicate a con- I t',00 nas been assumed and sanctioned by p0int new Commissioners on the bridge over
tinuauce, of His favors. f upage, in imitation of the cQ.ursQ under French Broad River in Buncombe County. A f of Hail & Kincev : the bill to reniiate th
We have, most truly, just cause to be reuerui vyonsiuuuon, ramer loan ue i oui io incorporate union iiauuiaciuring tom-
thankful-thankful for our countrv. her 1 meU lrom an' provision in our oWn. . ; , pany
exclusive jurisdiction over a certain public road. . helpless and afilicted children of misfortune, aro,
i I he message from the House, to raise a almost wholly disregarded. ' Although we pos
j Committee on the Public Grounds, was cor;- -ess a large fund applied talhc purposes of 'gen. -j
curred in. ' oral education, no provision' whatever is mado
Mr. Gilmer, from the Committee u the Ju- whereby the Deaf audDumb and Blind, those
! diciary, reported the bill supplementary to the most i'v !inr i's aid, are lenefitted.' Tho ft- .
. . !: :: u:-y can be taught 19 truly:sur-r
prising, mij wtien we reiiect tnaiit isoeiier.
ed ihil the Deaf Mutes, without education, have
no juat idea of a Supremo Being ; ibat neither
they nor lhe Blind can read the vofd"of Salva-"
lion Uvithout instruction, and fhe great-ease with,
whicji both can be taught to read it, is , it noK
wonderful that any Christian Community should
delay a moment to make provision for their hi
st ruciion ? Again : no provision is made for,
their maintainauce and snpport except what, is
Stats. ; to mcorpn! ttrhe Grand Lodge I. O.
O. F. off. C. ;' extend the corpora limits
of the town of Liucolntnn ; resolution ' r the
County Court Clerk of New Hanover ; .. favor to le found in the poor laws. Many of them.
ing" of depositions to be read in the Court- of
other States ; toTficorporate Union Chapter No.
17, in Duplin 5 to alier the time of holding the
non-jury terms of the. County Courts of Lincoln
and Catawba; to legulatc the duties of bher-
and numerous deadly stabs on his body.
Air.1 Cjiase's first impulse was to push the'
man from him, lest he himself
Revolution through which we have pass
ed." 1 allude to it here in rio spirit of vain
nit it a v It 1 t ft t 1 rr r t- rk f tii 11 rwt-v I-
I. 1 . m 1 . ) 1 - iui), auu cAuuuiivu n i u tt tumuli,
U!1 e sPrpd to.be concerned in the God'forbid that on an occasion like this,
uray out t.trc next moment tie caugtu me. , nr ,pnrts swnll,r s,Vf.n w5Vb flnv! nthpr
climate and her soil thankful for her In- 1 1 mriy allowed, however, to iremmd 1 Mr. oieman introduced a mu ior me renei
stituOons. and for the law-abiding hearts 1 S honorable body, that the very object of certain citizens. of Buncombe County, which
of our people and purpose for which our conslituents ."" motion of Mr. C. was directed to be printed,
r . ' .u . r .1 Kavc rlnthed 11011 wilb tbp la vv -mnkinrr ariJ 1 eferred to the Committee on Propositions
Prominent among the events of the year "iave ciomea you wun me law-maiung r-a,.nnc.
.1 . t . t .? ... .1. . .... ; HrvwprQ . U tbr vno w;il ovoiL It : and bnetances.
rnur rir 1 1 1 w r t 1 twoi 10 1 r ti rr Far tr-iiiTri iv-v v t v 1 uu viis vaui vioo am at-rt . - ... . -K . .
uiujuvuMo 6tt.ai .Uiti.v:ai ... , ........ A r .x .- : Mr.Jlicks introduced a bill to incorporate , npnA n an, mi.lo.l a,, ox u inenmnmie fin.
ineir eoou ior ine improvement ;oi ineir .. , - ,
itnditinn inllnntnl L. rbvctJi -fnr i Macon Cavalry Company. peake Canal and .Turnpike Company ; to amend
T" . . i" r ' r I Mr. liallard introduced a bill to provider an act SIlnnlt.ine,,tarv to an art oassed in 1642-
if educated and instructed in useful employments.
would be able to maintain themselves i and en
joy life as rational creatures. Without these
advantages, we ofteii find them huddled togelh
cr within the loathsome Poor House, doomed
to while away a miserable existence in wrelch
wouii(Jcd man in his arms. Marks never
emotion than love for our common coun-
Pll,ul teinz Uiil down, expired i,r a , t our wUo,c counry.
dew minutes On entering the room, Mr. : j f
the development of the resources of the
tate ; the increase of her reve4iie com
mensurate with the wants of the Treasu
ry and the maintenance of the! public
credit ; lor perfecting the system ot Ed-
,IU 1 I r ' f I' ' f- iJ " l lif.
V VI 'bTr V- , 1 tution, therq was no subject of such anxi
bbbM ,n several places, and in the ag- ! ious and pajnflJ COMsideration as the ar
Onies .of, death,! and the woman in another 1 '.A.r .u. . .i . .
1 - ',-, 1 l . L 1 ' riiugeiin.'iit 01 ine Xixecuuve ' ueparinieui.
r. wtfh a woujid in her breast, 'and .pKff.A-tii mnnn-rnMitu. n tu ' M
ill's : to emnower the Justices of the Peace of cdness to themselves, and at an increased ex-
New Hanover to sell their Poor house ; lo a- ponse to those, whose duty it is 'o make for"
them more ample provision.
" 'fhe condition of the Insane merits iyour
earnest attention. Many of them might be r
ptored lo themselves and to their uTsefulnessVrf
an Asylum were provided, -.where skilful and
the better regulation of the. town Ot UatesviIIe, 2, to lay olFand estaljlish McDowell County 5
in the County of Gates. Referred to the Com- ! lo incorporate Neusc lodge, No. G. I. O. O.F.
ndttee on private biils. jn Goldsboro': to incorporate Covenant lodge, experienced managers could have the supervls
Mr. Barringer introduced a bill to allow par- 1 No. 17, I. O. O. F. in Greenville : to amend ion and control of the patient. There those,
ties appealing from Justices' judgments lo carry an acl entitled an act concerning weights and whose cases were hopeless, might likewise, re.
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Jn the formation of the Federal consti- j Mcation among tne people, anu exrenqing sucn appeals euner to tne iouniy or superior measures ; to incorporate the Newbern Matin.
lacturing Uoinpany ; to alter the time ot hold
all prudent , and piactical help ia aid of Courts. Referred to Committee on Judiciary.
the agricultural, manufacturing, aind com- ' Mr. terebee introduced a bill to prevent usn-
lercial interests of our State. 1 ing lhe mouth f Creek ,n Camden
To stand still amidst the imnroirementk : County. Referred to the Committee on Prepo.
.L,u:u ,i;,Q ..,1 A.-,;nt-. nr cktr , sttions ano urieances.
v illicit nggiauuic unu 1.11111.11 wwt "i""
Mr. Miller introduced a resolution to send a
message to the Senate, proposing to set apart
hit. i ... 1 I. . - r :.. .......
er unuer uer u it uyii. ha(1 provpd the most defective of all sys
em by persons in the- back yard, in the - nVrnmcn, Manwirt.mnsnn,
ICt.of Slivbbing her. Whether he was , able ytatcsmen ared thaf'any scheme L J To gaze with wonder on the jichieve-
Jtm!icJIf.kiUed by. the. hands of Marks, or . b whjch thc chief ExeCutivp iMagistrate ) Vs of olhers and ignobly do i nothing Peacewhich w
" T V . " ' . i should be. cliosen at brief intervals mus ; oureive, wuiu.e.y uicu sy" ; to,morrow and adopted.
fHiji, iwivr uii-.i nt.uwii,' s uiikoww. 1 uc irWnb ,t ofMei 0 the u ti n r on t Urate servant mat uurieu t . i ; o fo;i.;nn , cnn,i n
bV.omen died in a few minutes ; the wc- ' . .1,. ...;w ; .tnK;i;(,- his talent. - - ! ; mo,c,n tn ,i,a s.,..a . nc-.i.ii.t, i,.;,,. .i.!e
1 . il 1 ' ; t 1 illlAI HU)U Ctlll UU II l I Wiiinin ill ciuuiuii r . ; niv-ojup, , . ....v. , ....... ,. j ..... . ,
man nvas carried to thc IIospiUil, but ' : - J J The neon e of the State, arenerous and ilt. wKi..b .T.ib.t Commine n P.tblie (irounds
( ontiding. expect you to do something on and buildings should.be appointed. Adopted,
these subjects, and will sustain vbur hon- Mr. Sheek introduced a bill to amend the
The most ardent and confident advo-
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W:-t. mvvuji .1. cates Qf Ut bHcrtn governments, re
Wittody several wonicn belonging to the , rl1 . n t. . . ,
1 . .t i- 1 11,.. i garded it as the. pivot on which, the sue
,vu3c out Miey were uiscuari uy u.ue. - cess or fajlurc0f olir .
great experiment in
political science was to turn. Nor did the
success which marked every step of our
lst efforts. . I ' 3d, section 'of the 73rd chapter o( thc Revised
Let then. I nrav vou. the merel strata- Statutes. Referred to the Committee on Mili-
gems, and schemes'of Party, be tifled by tary Aflairs.
ing the Superior and County Courts of Lenoir ;
to imend and revive the 7th section of a sup
plementary act to lay off and establish the Coun
ty of Catawba; more effectually to suppress
the traffic wilh slaves.
Mr. Bower otTered-a resolution ompoweiing
or appointing Justices of the ,nc Committee of 'Privileges and Elections to
as modified by setting apart employ a Clerk, which, by general consent,
was read three times and passed.
On motion of Mr. Gilmer, Mr. Lillinyton was
excused from serving on thc said Committee,
and Mr. Smith appointed in his place.
Mr. Wortbpresented a bill to incorporate the
Clay Mining Company.
ceive the care and attention their condition re
quired. I therefore most. earnestly recommend
that ample provision be made for tbe education' -of
the Deaf, Dumb and Blind ; for the restorar"
(ion of t he Insanr, practicable, aud further .
comfortable sustenance of all. ' . j
"It any be saiJ'il.i-, is not a propitious timo
10 undertake sa'grea' a work. A century has
passed, and the lim has not come. Another .
may pass, and it still may not come. If abound
teou Providence were tt withhold his favors
from us, so long a3 we withhold ours .from his
afHictfd children, how quickly would we make
that propitious time arrive ! Aoir isf the time.
You have ohlv to will it, and it is done. ! The
means are at your command. That miserly
. ff ilk -f r. :' '.1 - ..1 ... WT ! . ! I U t .-1 11 ri I npniTPncc in 1 1 1- nnvli. An .
iiaspuui jot' inc insinc.-v e aregrai- 1 "ouihu p'''" nocnuj taictr, si
lifiM L .Ur tbn IIUI UnUtno. ! to dispel their gloomy apprehensions.
;i, w . (iiiiiuuiivi. "' !- ....... ...0 . - : . H - r
i..' ... . , . .. .. i . . 1 ne inusirious vniei, io wnom was nrst
vrv iihprni rinni-onrintion ior mis oroieci. 1 ... , . . 1.. . 1.1 i
r . 1 commit ea the neim 01 otaie. can scArp.p.. 1 anu i-auiw wtuic.
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if election. His iCFfcat nuali-' Occasion whiph has Drought us tojgeiner, 1
Mr. Conner, a bill to "improve the navigation 1 constituent, w ho grudgingly yields the little por-
of the Catawba liver, which, with a memorial, tion which he would be required to contribute
was referred to the Committee on Internal 1m- towards so good a work, deserves not the show.
ers and sunshine of Heaven, and need not hope
&n passed tire Senate, and is novt 'a law y be rerrarded as having passed through ! I To these sentiments, awakened y the
bl ithe Land. .( ., -l the process of election. His crgat quali-! vccr
1,' bi rnipn nf nt rirtt.ism which is callinfr Mr. Atkin introduced a resolution to adtourn movement.
YOU to action and let the pomtlof emu sine die on the 15th of January, which, on mo- Passed thi.d reading : 'Hie bill to open and for a blissful futurijy. Without lho aid oftour
Ktinn bp who shall cro farthestt in that lion of Mr. Wadsworth, was laid on the table, improve the load from Ashe to Yancy County ; branch of the government, gentlemen, tblttiq.
tation oe, wtio snail. eo ia"uer,u 1,1 mt ,miniI U9i rP,pirP(1 frnm tu Senate, to amend the 3d section 99 chapter Revised fortunate class may bid farewell to hope, and
trup. " nro'rrcss wuicu improves, ciiricucs ...... . .... , . ..- . . ; ... , , - i n
t ----- - . - i, . .... . 1 r. 11 r t..u stoiii ntii nri r.i nri.,112 .snia ipe 1 wpirnmR fipsn.iir. -
s, 1ru.11s111111.111' inc iu:iu ni" rii"iusscu uius auu , nvii-i-nu viv nvoi - - . t-
A bill to establish a
1 l it- . t r 1 . 1 .
r. . ; r-- . . j ,j' : nncnt; xvitW rrencn iroao uiver. ueferrea 10 ine torn.
the : ttcs anu eminent services, had elevated Have uui 10 uuu, m ""."
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Webes in its favor, in the behate on , him anove an competition. ! ; lie, and hG a iir.a.icua..w.u " ' 7.. ; meht of estates. .Referred to Committee on
not the pleasure of hearin
toll bridge across the
Referred to the Com
mittee on Judiciary. To provide for the settle-
I.Wurday last, but understand that the only without compeer, was j" first in war,
ll .11 ta
the shock of popular elections, occurring
at stated, intervals ? Would not the diffi
culties increase as our population1 multi
plied and our boundaries extended (
, I 4r0( all worthy of the noble! causjo which i first in peace, and first in thp heai
ul- 1 I'cited thcm-K Some of lhese Seeches ! countrymen." The proble; rem
1 a rtvo t)ic pleasure of publishing to- ' be solved, could our institutions w
I fWj ana others will appear Jn our next
The ' follrt VV'jn'rr mntrmnti - hott
folio wlncr centlemetl have been
I; Ppoihtcd Commissioners of the Insane
Lflospitab vizi' Gov. J, Morehead. of
1 vtnlford ri,; r?..-o .:; 'Lrn.
. . - .r"tiiti' jitv:am iiiu., ui unu-
and i George W. Mordecai, Esq., of
'yj M3aP U Hihton;: of Ral-
andDr. J' 0 Watson of Johnson.
-tunas' i KetTtxtcr. I
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The resolution callimf on; the Treasurer for So anxious said Mr. G. was Uor. MoreucAa
information concerning Internal Improvements, j on this subject that on the very last day of h
&c. in Ihis State was taken up. I official term, in reply to tho Speaker otthe
. Mr. Woodfin moved to amend, by calling for j HOU3C of Commo:s, he used the folllowiug Un-
! r ... 1 .t. .4S.. I ftnrT :
i, ,r i '..mn .vliV, !-iiiniili.v me esiittKs. ieieueu to voiiuunt. w similar intormation irom ? an oiuer oiaies, auu e-"o . ,
Supreme over all, 1 assume Ulin pumuiiy , he j.jdiciarv. resolution in favor of Thos. remarked, that the professed object of the reso- ; " To these classes of our populal.on, l.o are
he obligations imposeu uponyme y RiddicU. Referred to the Committee on Pri- iu.;on was 16 obtain information for the Senate : poor'and niendh-ss you stand, in the pi'ice oi
Constitution and the Laws and in their ,vate bis , ltil the rea effect, whether so intended or not, parents and guardians ; without your aid. iney
aithful discharge, according toM he best
olhln tu bone ; and shall I Ley uok
j)f rny skill and ability, I Will Consult the bij,g reportcd faVorablv to the bill ti incorpor-' was to prejudice the public mind against dirT.r- you in tain ! . . - . :
pe-st interest, the dtgnny anu ipe.uuuui v ate Concordia Lodge ot I. O. O. 1 . in Beau- ent projects which are brought forward lor ine morn than piuiiame, mat u.. , .
rforth Carolina. fort ; passed its 2j"reading. Also, to incorpor- j benefit of the Stale. - ' ; '..ofliial ' communication I s-hail have The honor
i ! ,u Pt,i.l,n, T .nAirj flh lln nr of Mentis n 1- IV-1 1 i l .U. il. frt r. Ihf n. In in:ike to voiir Uolloni'Mc- uoui. jmivj..-
' J M. -FVJ I. w a v wa " , I I . .1 i h W I flllfll I Hill I 11 H 111. .t -
i ' - -i , .'Ill Uinv I (4. V. a- -
4 With each successive trial, the hopes 6f Jo Ionsense about iicr. Alillard .fill- the town of Charlotte ; passed its 2d reading. mcndmcnt- would be to defeat the object ol the severs :i;e p
ber 1843 will, it is tjelieved go farho set- I'klbany, who is qualifying herelf to be Mr. RaynerfVonr the Committee on Internal
tie this question. ! ' ! i k teacher of Common schoojsi j i Improvement, reported favorably to the bill to
: f tin citv.it suvv.(sjii t- n I r . j t. r ... , t t -r i - - n
tic friendsof free government have grown more, Comptroller of the State of New ! Also, to incorporate the Mutual Life Insurance resolution, and deny tho information calb
irighter and stronger S ! York, and Vice President elect, has a . Company in the State of North Carolina ; pass-; anj j,s introduction wis a want of coarte
Tho History of the'Seventh of Nove V' . T J Mr;G tc?nl WuI
political H that now unires usl 1 1
d nor-itiorj 1 np
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. M I . ...t.i.irr Iril m llki! Lil9llli 113111"
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y. ' ocmpv 1 leave it., pleading in lni'huif of ihso
ertle- unforiunate and helpless ci eatures. who arc n-
;i-a i Ior iueini-.y s 11 Tri
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1 onL-lontiiirfT He viewed tlie reso- uoieiit p
lulion as . calling for information lo direct tho ness or-mi-ery awaiu yo.ir uttiou.
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