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Two Doflus yttr, Ti4 withia Ihrr mootbt rrani
'Am of wbacnpotia ; tvodvllira and fifty man if not
ipaiil beta Ito expiratiun of iho year, 4 lhrp d4
laia afte'i Iho 'yaar ha expired. , paer dtacontin
Viod Intit all arrsaragea v aU except at the optUm
'of ih Editor.
Loiter to (ao Cdilor matt bo pnat paid, to tnauro
3 I y s-'R
'8tStS!f Sis Jni " w
o 2 3
iqisOBJ 9 I
A Muire ii Uia mmtC occupied by 16 com Iin.
ti in prMMxthMi to ivuur 1 Mftkinr or "2 tit. j
charged im pfpxrtion to 9 aqr. All frcun uf mr.
Li'rSak,. uhi-. Ifc.eWir,7',-.hm.r .The. Stiri ?zn..
vbich it m
groined to thas who advertise regular throuch th -
, "" " " i "1' " iu ""(. , , ,,. ,i out an me unoiitionists who mav aaro to , .., ,lrfl r,.b(.U and will vet be nut
tW.Ordor.e.sd S5 per eeirt higher ihan the uttributing remarks t.. the candidates f-r however, to prove the utter, falsity uJr.d-' nute ;! wll!. i , " Hni : ... ' I t"l"e 'Mr? ,ri lj w -I "' . " I'"1
.. rate. Order fur divorca of huband and u.fe. . , . . ,, ,, , , , '. ! P0"ul ll" " l,iiMS I down, and heads will fly from the scat-
110 MdL 1 .(.overnor which the ,.c,er made. W e ney s declaration. j cend.arv feet. 'Hie slave owners of Vir- fud, ero long, like wheat from the sickle.'
irPem.a aondioj in adTerii.meui. .n. request- shall see. He then allude to the sole statement ! gmm, Kenfuckv, aud Tennessee, lv hun- . iyr Hie cause is a ri "lit one
;KV:L1 of Ktlnabout 0,.n. Doukery, XLrjf'' ?.k tk.. My e will
. bi.. wriu p th. iick ii.. urd cKie. Ihh.rw i V ! ,''M,,lt . "mMi ""f ; Jf "''J , ,v and other "eutlemcu ollerin" him A oo' delightlTiI country ; and, would ybn Ti,'- ,,ri)M,er it ' ,e answered with enthusi-
thoy will pot ap in tho a.al ..vl. and ch.rPl teel siilhciently concerned to dcuiaiid ;-ur , ana oim i; umemiu muni, mm, y yA Mi-issippiau have-'1 . I alll sieved ,l.ut one that I So
.Mdiatfr.-fLJ .,aluritallhough wefed umfikWuW qWtiotiee.r for Kerr; and give us the : t , , ; .,, Jc, rn rv. and 1 Z i. . ' ,fe 1 1 . . .. V. i"
T Nodromont rm throtrnte. f - . . . 1 r 11 , ,- , -,- ; -, ' ' in tin ll I .l)rj, KIIU M.IMt! :rjrarrv llU U' WtlUtU IUT tTOttr WW
CTi.dcnn,CTithoorTrteo. : hgatLm b. give it-x.- v.e nr.- prepared following sugar plum, which is abo,,t the .,u( .-luim in the name of men whom ; .ti U tttL thU auam. brokb -onh
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EXAMINATION. ,. ' ! IT-nty whirl, tn.-y will not ..,,lr.ariii...w- rM.d in '.Vfne time inwt. iu 0,1 each pre emption ? It however. :,,,,,, aw U(. in fl,rt!l. armc,Jto join
The examination of the Students of Da-
vidson Coslege will commence on Mo.i -
day, the 7th wf Angnst next.
Tlie Board of Tniitees meet by
jonrnment on Tuesday, nt 1 o'clork, A.M'.
Tliere wtK lie public 'spcaTlmg by the
TPr,;it;M.fd- tU Literary tvretftie-
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-nnal-tlratHHi-lijr tn KMtxtWi'.
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The exercift- of Coninicneement wl
laTeIace On ihursday tlie lOtTiv
ooa TMK WTf-t:M,K.
M W. V. fOJO- RH.
How nob'e t w to prvTcr'
"i jdmU. ifce IrJ'i'JH y1 t'j.
. . Tu diifc mwMjf di& MUiih. iuad cire
' And eiily tt)t r!i M infill Plrife.
It trirud iurmkv-t fettuit ItuL.
How my thr ourl tpjer;
'" Bat Ui not dearrt thr fir I.!,
.Or ceaae U tvil uti'l pciitvcrt.
If diaappotallDCDtJ mark uur way,
Jul lliimri oripnae nnr..iioird e.mm .
lie! potieDea bare Iwrr peaceful kwiiy.
And thoa to aoogbl, uur aadneo force.
ft afna affliotiou eifh so d."n, '
Aad aad mioVirtune then come ru-ar,L-Let
ih deapondency eonftilind. "
Should diaranteat ahnr am (Tho faro,
And othar afila wbieh yu tear.
Jatt biinf lo bear tho prnd M pliraar.
And cre.r foil lo prraeoere.
Ia abort, wbale'er may you betide,
Ta poaaing iKfVugfiTfeT Borrow ,pah,
Itemombor atitl to cast aside,
W houtrer ill, and fearo y eon.
Ut.ltU Co., July, 15il.
Mean. We think it was in the Fay-
etteville Argn that wo--rwUy saw it
...i-J,J L.av ii tl 1 a a 1 t
f"I"c wu 1 "lc wonoern.atw H,
a two horse Carriaire air-ervitt- lie
could not he'p up with Gen. Dm'kwy in
- a one iior buggy, V hut will the peo
ple think of such contemptible means of
making capital for Uen. Dockcry, espe
cially when it is all alm-.f - We w ish Mr.
Jiragg did have a earring ami-servant at
l-rcsent, but instead of this he only has
7 one horse buggy, and this he driven
himself. If it will gratify tlie Argus man,
however, we can statu tnat Air. H. drives
a very good horse.
In tiie desparution of thut hopelessness
which obliterates truth, liMioivund deeen-1
cy, a portion of the federal prc- of this"
jf-uite naj eudeavorea to create the im
pression that Mr. Hragg is an aristocrat.
, rt ft. :
And the reader or the Argus will ,
bear us witness that the Iityublimn, Umi
tur thought, a lu when it thought it hiwli"rt'c"7r' -npxmur. I
seeti any thingjn the Argu
JJriiL'g' equipage. We ucitlii
neither know uor
i are how he travel; but from the best.
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information, tnntjra Jin nlttMiir. Jki is art. :
tui'j altmrj badly.. That he i aii arwto. ;
' rat i satisfactorily proved by his air and
,!,,,,-.,.! i.l.i...,.,.......;..., i.i. Mr. .
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.portmtif u'itlirnit aiiiiiiii.inirtir Ida rnr. i
riage and horse agai.iat him, if ho lmve; al! n'jte" .k'VT"1'
,,,f. . '? .. eloetioft." Ihi i just" what we expocted
Jfulet, We should think would smt.., wotM;A(lm ltig haUtualpractjee,
bun fiettcr thfln hori. . And m Wri, hen hifalse)ioodorniikrepreentatipiis
s",,MiaT it niMj),atu:aiiy nwakforalo-jaro
gfwtrD to Pnlitifs,
cofoco editor to charge upon a Whig
what lie ne ver said, for the pnrjioso of
raising a fictitious clamor against Kin cun
diilatc, with a view of creating capital for
him hy uch tiwant.Fuj. Argun.
"Tlic Standard wislitj to know if
u.e Kditur of flio Argus did not write
.GciifnTiWkery's letter of acceptance.
lie did Hot. llo nrvtr Saw it until tie
read it in the ItocUter. Oeneral Dcke
ry wrote it himself : and it i hardly a
jfood ax he commonly write. . We have
rct',lvei nmny a IwUecfia him.
Hy the tye, yho w rote jlrl BrXK
letUT of acceptance f It i a very ailly
affair, upon the whole ; und.the second
pnrajrrapli, especially, id exceedingly fug
gy. We have heard a number ot iiitellt
gent goittlemen sav that they could not
tell what he meant hy "an honest doubt I
of my own fitness to discharge them.
What does he mean lv the word " hon
est and what doe "them" refer to f-1-We
beg of the Standard hi hntk at the
paragraph, and give na au e5cegesiC
, Fayttteeille Argu.
ilR. BKAOO An(IKX. IXX'KKRV'S
Tliu Editor fif 'the Salixhurv Jl innsr re-
inarkj that he recently called Mr..Bi
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i canoe. .Union LIuimM. -
' All- ,uM i.i u-ua au i Ji -
nil u'i- i vii ivrt'iiv i r twi
Ihajrg, in order' t rtven hinwlf
TGniLXtl"X!!5rj51-??i vri,'""--". VnTf.rn.3L
: itimrovemelits mi to tlie tuac.ot Li immu-
- .'fnf,,,;,. Mv'tlmt m iiiasure..4".inVr-
m to an ar iele that appeared in tins an,i if existence of thi stutement to keep all abolitionists from the lernto- 8.ou(i,,r " her.. a terrible snectacle I The dnnroon ! !iot)iUblv entertained bv the maiden
re.resenting a laconic wlloquv be- , , , i ,.,,. ,,. i.,.rv.,. ;, .,.i,i i ry. 1'here remains uo longer ft doubt, I . U 1V will vnn mi. bar fi.iw. iiiti.lmdloted bv. eaehiii.r horfmaii ridiiur bv I who mistook me for ah 1-Wlish officer
this 'fcntlfinail ami On. Dockerr . . . . . ' , but that Kmims luiinlnaJi' maJn iiJai. ,i.,ia,i ,,," , i -p.. m .-. rr1tmiJltr-r,k'wt,trtT.i.''t.'fjr.'..t.'n' t?.ti- -ai.f n.3l:.7ToI- f.7I.V."i!;if,,fr"V
mrrthrbntk houwof rhc tatter.t" MHojnes, wttti a pronrpt, k j it State. i. 1... 1. t.. i - t,i.. -:ni oi .1 f;PO i,,lnrai -7....c: i t.;.,..
that he Mr. Briiffif. demetl that he denial. Indeed, with those uciuuinted , (;,.. v ,).,. abolition mav floim-; V...I..,. or,..! . , MWod l. . HU.iX ..t ...).V...Z n I 0 -
nal impnivwiK-Jit ever i ame before tlie! vrrbe whle, It is one ol the keenest
ii Legislature whilst ' 'TJjfi.a.a"iH"T ''iit"""'-' "v ''
TTTfaiiHtig that tl,i is true, is a seat.iu the
J. Legislature the only pi;ici' to testa man
i siii i idness on that subject f There area
j number of men in the -Stati, who Lave
never been honored with a s'.ttt in. any
, Iv-gtlativc bwly, yet the have rtpnlaf
i HHlfUd upotr their adv.M atv f tltHlie.
, trine, not ouihtitd to 'bur ou n count it s,
4fcul x-fe4igoverffat'. AVe mljrht lii-
jatnticeour townsmeti Jamca VV .OKlxinic,
i Es.., Dr. ('. .1. Fox. and V. (.'. Harringer,
Esq., as also Wm. A. arid V. V. Lenoir,
j Esq., of laldwell I utility, besides many
others hero and elsewhere in the State
liiesemen liave tmivci tlieir taith tv
j friend of internal improvement black-ball j-
.uuu i jvmt . : ionr . i ; neii let i
i him at the ballot box on the .srd day of
I August next.
Thc Standard saysthat Cov. Grahani :
communication to the Recorder, in rela-'
1 ! I" V.IIUlt;"'" try
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their works by speaking, writing, and , States. ! brief sounds Ins horn, (hsturbiugthe qui- troth tiiat has been plighted to one who
sulserild.nj:j,yck. Hut -Mr. Ilrag cait-; ;;d. Ther emiquciit' of Hmpaninla ; rhif et Sabbarti, Atid caltiug together burids ifias proved false to himself and his coiiu
not show that he ever opened his lip, or I reduction of if million inhabitants to ; of rowdies. There, no alem witchcraft, I try.'
wrote a word in favor of the doctrine, or j laverv, and tlie introduction ,,( Domini-1 nor Iflue Laws, nor Hloonierism, uor Wo-' And thus speaking, the spirited girl
that ever subscribed a dollar's worth of jca nJ Hay ti into the Ijiion as two slave I man's Right, nor Mormonism, nor JJiU-.,,toiok from her linger her. betrothed ring
stock in any rail road on tho face of the i States. j lerism, nor Auti -1'opery, nor Sjilnt-rap-! and cast it at his feet,
earth, although tliere are three of these j ;jd. The admission of Porto Rico iu a iling, nor .Socialism, lu-r other monstrous j The young tory lover gazed upon her
ii'il!SLi! .7.;-.: -.;.....'....rt.l!ro!:!!!!j1.l4
arhpton. Sue! i tlie In story of the mail, ! 4th. TTie conquest or purchi-e of Mexico, j healthy growth of freedom. These put- j her re-entering the dwelling with a reso
w hoin his party wih to palm off on the j nud its admission as slave .Slates to the 1 sonoiis weed and fungi belong to the afe step, without even casting a glance
people of this State as a g'sl internal im-' number of ten or twelve. j North, nnd are cultivated to highest per-: upon him, instantly changed into one of
proveuient man. Can the people twal-1 5th. This re establishment of the Afri- j lection by the w ise -nion of the East. In entrcatv.
low him f 1 he the man for the times ?! can slave trade. j the South there is no persecution for coti-. ' Stav, Annette, do tint leave me thus.
What claims bus he to the internal im-j (ith. The passage of a sedition law by ! science.' sake, lt was the South the,! You are not surely in earnest! Come
proveuient sentiment of the country '. , Coiorress. whie.h will prohibit i.uidic dis-1 Catholic oi Marvland that first set the ; l,.i,.b ,.,! I..t t,fl.- .itl. il..... If von
t-oiis.ineis, ii. iiyuiiijsviiiie . ijjiuj in iiii , imju jxi un: 1 10 1 1 ro i o i-i 1 1 11. 1 1 iron 1 1 1,1 1 - 'Hllir;iTtT'y1:fPor-,-aurl tag M rilVyi a ' 77 Z JT'n units inng naiiTrewrv-Tiulu.JU UOlik .
caiight in his own trap. Hediarged Gov.., ible with the safety, and interest of the IfMnrayt '.VV-The I'ill tireparvd ,, ;s thv"iuastor!' J f There w-its Tom
Graham with having lietrayed the coiili- '.Smith ami her institutions. The oropo- j hy the celebrated l'rol'essor llolloway, ' With" the'-e spirited words tiie v7IUIpr 1 'one of the stranger, as well as in his no-1 niade a speech, written a w-ord, nor sub
dence reposed ill him in a private letter; riiiou involves the abolition of the House ' are one of the greatest blessings ever dis- r. j cu.rc!j''jlie house an'delosed the he ''' ''n"re "" engap'tig address, that im- j scribed a cent in favor of any railroad or
but when Gov. Graham suites that the . ,,f IlepresvutativtM. covered, for the alleviation of certain h d-.or ihuwidfflttirr-TTff-'Trrl'tnrthi.r ""'dat;ly interesie.d AimnUanlui ajjotlujiijrJ
letter wa ."l)l'l'lrtV'f"l to Ilim j fth- An extension of tlw-power of therpnnnreTlTs of hmiTaiTimsyryr"riiiiil?iiing with 'her unworihv ami reere-iut i '"? whether he was a friend j North Carolina ; but, tin the other hand,
vidua!, but contained a proposition to the Senate, ami a limitation of the number j as they th, some of the choicest offerings , ?1",M c 1 "' - . L L' or a I'oeinan, she invited him to alight was always- considered an anti-internal
Wl.I.af I.Aidtf Uflt tliMot ta rwt,fAntal oi.'r
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nrrrwrih, to be commuiilcitted to vari -
lo.is individuals,-and place the evidence
of this matter at the disposal of the Stan-
dar.1. the editor feel tho awkwardness of
i his position, and think that th: lovern-,
or was " utitair in iilntHftg linn iii-jii. - ,
I'erhaiks he w-a.-. 'Ihe Standard cannot ;
PutVu h1?' kt . ' k,v- V" I U'.".n ' . i :
i um uidk ji ij luaitju u g ,micit"pmi,
plea-ant dilemma and we do not w''nl;;it,C-"Kl1i(.y f ,-,,e Sollth a ruilltious to I
thaybe Standard feel uneasy under it. (,c Vlc-t.ral Government, for the past
W-Hi. editor of the Standard,
iti his issue tf the 12th iustatit y he
.i.. - i ,i.; ;i,. :.. .1... ..e in
IlilO Hit, IOVIV1I1 III low ...
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rt.'piv to ll III le atioll to iriiv.trrauaiii
and thi paper and ha also rend tho let- j
tor of (iov Graham ; and add : " We j
shall ...Httpone thi contro .-eroy. a. well
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shall iiiMtponu this contro .'eroy. a
xjHcd, either to postpone tne
H f m5,?gHf nltar Jitf rn al
subject, or ihift his ground. "Tie has iiot !
the inauliiicas, when convicted oj error,
or when hi slander are refuted, to make,
any acknowledgment. lie lia no 8vne
of justice that would induce him to with'
draw a charge made against an individ
ualor political effect, na matter how in
nocent that individual may have been
proved ft te...TSch i the Standard.
A CARD FROM BAXTER.
Wo have a card from John BaxterTiprWi01d ia'1 extend over the State.
Esq., late Speaker f the House ot tJom
mons, relative to the Edney & Co. busi
ness, about which we have heard so
much ; hut really it is hardly worth
while to publish it at length, the game
is not worth tlie candle. Edney has been':
o thoroughly demolished, tliat further .ntory are eminently adapted to slavery,
evidence of the character of the man nndiwd slave-holders of Missouri ami the ad-
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ot lit testimony is unnecessHry. Lest,
however, some people might say thut the
statements made by Edney coiicernnig
(Jtd. Baxior. had not been contradicted,
we will fudte the language of the -Colo
nel on this point.
He refers to a sentence:"'0 lonmJutioii for a log cai.m laid, uy
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the charge again. t him, and says," In
.a ... vi 10 ov im 1 1 rii -.' ' w "i it km v iu i'HMn;i earn u iff in uin Uiaiiri, mum it m tt l.i.p I -.., ..lit- ...w.i. I.t j Ki-m . tim tn 1 -.t .! i.iitf Iu euma f.-kl ifwv tit : rur 111 trlit mill nfiininrv tr, tlnai limica waa
flatter until thev are satislied ,
Jfidd id inif.t upon the tatementKana is now a slave territory and will
ltlt. N, ,nut., f,,r that.
Hie Colonel pWe,d.tW,no lemrth.
Hie Colonel proceed at some length,
" Here, where I ion. Ednev is known,
vi. u ii '
ewI .poiuU strike u a, remarkable.-
l-'ii-Ht: r 1 iv vii'iikness of those distinguished
! ,., n sui.ti
u could aid Us in
mid 'secondlv, that
the sum tendered.
sasiiiir tliat tlie I iener- 1 i .' ' . ' 1 1 our sr moaiii - w mi us.
wing mat i t vi. ntr , .wanl for aiK,r 8mj ,mirentv tin-1 . v.... .J.t .L '.!;.-. 4 .......i.. -T
he (U,iinl to receive1 "v ,i,-:, 1 L' ' V n ' .,' 1 ' ' . . am "", ve m .tho approaching bat
rmc-lmmiv and integrilf oh rffcSiHE
:ti,ever siiM-eeted till .publislied 'to theL
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tiii: rriM'oSi-s oK'iiii-: soi'tii
The Wushincton correpoiifi iit of the
linladrldtia North American, a gein r -
i a)jv W4fji informed u-riter, tn a recmt Ut
, ' "
r . "lh .pnrptise -attKibnted to tlu S.wth
i by a raaj.n'ty of Northern representative,
in Congress may be snrnmeil up as fob
; low : ,
1st. The acquisition of Cuba, and it?
to the union as two slave
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cussion-on tne siio eei oi wav erv.
Stales prohibiting the taking of slaves!
and holding them there by citizens of I
slaV'f! "Stutes. This obiect Avoiild bo. ac-
coinplishetl hyfu-hTPfBt; of the Supreme
Court, in the Jlornmon case, atliriniuif the
IJtil.iriO MUlllia H."IL:irt ! -.
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1..AAMlttuKtiIM f i ;'dwn;.ratbTit:3VedfauaticiiriU,J'-
..ITHr-'l'-rWlil ll.iJ.l.lIL III. Ill UI-111'n.M lilH -
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Vannh.ru 'lttr dlilttitkfV ttff tUf riTrt4tt
iatioi, of the part of the State; '
. TOtti Such a modification of the f.iri'ri
of overnment as will assimilate it 'to that
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l"1 I t im r. ill n ii ii i un; imti ii.iiih" n imv
m.tcd by the Senater shall exercise legis-'
.,iice and evecutivc power.
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Tt id t.e.iT.nl.li. t Tifit fit IV 1 1 Wtn
WasWngionlill aUaeh the slightest cred t
ji - ' ,,,,.,- ani hatrnrHita-
twenty years, I am cnmpolled to believe
that an attempt w ill be uiade to carry '
out the vast scheme of encfo.ichn.ent in
all its details. Ibcvery men who will most
U wniit t in ti.eiMHsUon ol miv sue i
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iosii;m, ti einineiieni nii'i winioiii". , . "
do'much to carry it into effect. It is ;er-,
tain that nearly tho entire Democratic ,
party. North and South, are prepared to"
party. Nortli and South, ure prepared to ' fore tho trial, he ''had repeatedly express-'
aid in the acquisition, of all the territory :ed an opinion in regard to the matter, '
embraced in tlie above schodiile of menvi and we Understood, such other evidence j
t .1 I .1.': J -
dortrino' oi tiie demomcy. ' Tlid South',
will tlui bemluall clothe'H wrtlt'jwwOww -Jurjr.-. - : ,
mpraii r mr nb, Cimnf rr f,; tftjr
cr to enforce all her demand. Thai she
will tlisplay greater moderation in nsing
than in acquiring Una power there ia not
jtlie sligUtest reason lo expect.
. KANSAS TElVRtrdRV. '
We extract the subjoined paragraph
from arrartTcle in the last Mississippi an,
written by one of the largest slavehold
era, Dr. Williams, of llinda eotinty, whose
reputation as a shrewd, intelligent and
Dr. WtlJIams states th: Knd "
for the fcotitU beyond nil contingencies.
" Tliere remains," sayB he, " no doubt but
that Kansas has already made a begin
ning which insure it a slave State." Tlie
climate, soil and production of the ter-
)"""" fiate am in?, r iu wjil-ii,
tiro necessary step to fix its condition
lie says : .SwirfA CtHiAin'mn.
"All of the best locations in the, Ter
ritory have already been staked out, nml
lumureiid ami tiiousuuus ot slave owners
fnii ii ,i,,i uiPiL-.tin. .Ini-.i i-iiiitiliioi in
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uri. wh have entered in solemn i.led.r -
souri, w in. have entered in solemn pledg-
i-e a siave Millie, mere are aireauy enougu
-l".ve owners entered in Kansas to whip
I oea slave Mate. 1 here are already enongu
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i piaus, lor ativ ludlicelnelit, would be W ll- ,
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I -It'lh -ljarallel. Af ississiniii ihii enioved .. . .t.: .. -.i. .. .
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Hi,..t, -foil.- m, ft,- . . "".'e "v- lo uraw mv sword for mv kini?.
. : ";;;. : ,.7-T. . ' 7.; ' .'""r"" ''tew teagties, ' marching m W ashingtoi(,
rn"iiirT - r.nn.iipi - ni Hii.i'Hrr ,ti,- mtvn
required in the counties adupte
; gr..w!li. VMieii this is done,
jl n&u JiayjLfer; bri
' '"m"-Mia prosperity.
L'nWJtiin(J the Jn.i. Mitch-
1 SUV.;'." In the rhivuTroii South the in.
hlividnal, in vindication of his honor, of :
' which tluaw of the land ta its.
' " ibee, p"r"acti'ee a c.Vd'e tliat violiiks alike -bosonii Turi, for my safe, (ieorgc, .Hid
jthej - juatute. ;-a4idjUr?.-iHKmm"-TJu;,;'be an- Aliijlicaii m !wymtisre
consequences, for the mosjtj.mrt,, rest with , birth muLa von slnuild Win honor:1 -
f the individual. Tint you will rarefy sec; 'You need "not urge ine, Annette,' sahl
ne.bs assembling to burn i hnrr-fies, or to fho yoiingtuan iinj'ittientlv, ' I will never
; violate the constitution, south. of Mason draw mv sword in t'uvoroi' a rebel cause!
- andDixons linn. Im-rethe majesty of-,
the law is respected and upheld by the
a.o'rcjrate ilc. there no AliL'el t ia-.
i i . i ... . . . r .
a - Anuiuiu "i i mi; urn e niTiiuoii 1" ,,ui in-
em men and to the reht of the world ; and j
l.ancrolt, whom .New England claims as,
iu own, eloquently dwells iitxm the fact. !,
1 lt1 ull II... ...1 1 ....I ...il.r l.i... I.....I.X,
thv" in a true intimate of thin, the:
.... ..... -i . i p.. . i i ... f 1
ursv.pr. .cq. e . ii. i .au ireeooni ,nu is:ftl(J . ,k, Who j,, 1C rank )f
nltroiradmg to the chamois, ot the Round-! n. ... i., , . j .,..i.,i: ...,
head in quest of the lry bones of a do- i
KtmrB ftmrtwKoi.il . .
TVUT - o nt umwi .... ..-z-.. .
-t,,t' '."o..a. .to . 1 .i lr,,fl,t nnnnnnt.il nn.L.t.
1 .1. V . . . I I . I.: .l.l . ...I 1
.the sinnrvision and knowledge of a high-1
- iy -dentinr- Gcnrtoman," it is not ar nil
: strimgo thut ihev have elfeete.l the most
Bi,t.miliin.e Ctm'w. ' Eor ativ of ffu.t. .
j-i - - - j -
meniu (da-s ot rOm plaint
"I an impure state ot the Ii
are marvellonslv hapjiy and thAroii'di in
"7.57ti;'.M-, .'j1'"?. f' fowt . '"!"-'J ;
uui u aiia.oii,i;uiui. u4Uo..
FVlet Wrd (W Ag'iin. -Tlie Louis-
ville ( ouner learns tliat, on Mturuiiyiasr .
after a patient full ami thorough invest,-,
gaimii oi an inn-met . . n.e case, i, .
i iienowitii. one oi ine iinrain t o., jury-,
oil. ... I Ii' - . . i
,.ii u na ,.rtu,llml. froiii t in un is Iv
i nt l . mi il.iuii imi.iiip iitln.e
- , v-- r- . .
ChurclLut Elir.ahethtown. A mng other
things h wa com lusively proved that be-,
fore the trial he had repeatedly express-
...... ..I!..!l.i ... !.. a, . rt ,1.- aa- ti'.lnI.rriuoil, t A. '
brjng; tho rtmttcf to the notice of the.1
Jlrb onH 3cirnr araltt
"THE TORY LOVER i T
A Tale of the Ballle of BrnljwiBe.
BY PBOrKMOtt IKORAIIAM.
- On tlie outskirts of the village of New
ark, in Delaware, etycxL at "the lime of
our story, a neat farm owtage, with a ma-
jcbt,icefta -growing before tlie door. In
the diataiice, ovef the Held and wood-
lands,-eoHld be teen the spires of the town,
jm,d ilvery glimpse of the Delaware,
with a group of war vessels anchoK'diall
4 thi-ee league off. Hie cottage stood a
little way Uack from tn dust of tim tie -
(jueiitly travelled road with a greensward
between. It had an inviting appearance
of comfort, and never failcxl to attract the
hearty attention of passing travellers. ",
The sun was uear setting, one pleasant
afternoon, in September, 1777, when a
young man half in uniform, half in citi
zen's dress, stepped out of the cottage
door, followed by a voting and interesting
girl, who was clinging to his arms, and
evidently in eanieist entreaty with him.
He was tall aud handsome, though sun
browned, and hure the appearance of a
young fanner. She was rustic, too, .ju
her dress, but her face was very fair aud
beautiful, and her manner refined above
the condition to which she seemed to be'
i I ii I
amj one oJ- i,cr jianjg t.jmje(J while
, long. iear were in ner large mue eyes, i
! .i i...r i,.ltl,ia ,.i..J...,fi i,:. ' i
will. Jiut k and war aitainst votir own
..try. ;uis is the' worst of all !J
li am a royal king'i
' i am a royal king' man, Annette, and
if ljt, it niiist be on hi, side. The
I 'l 1 P,,t lt miM l,u
" " country. Hgauwt our l,re-
i,r..,. if vi-f. i.n. ur,.io vet we nrc vonr
1 ri ' ,"7 ro ? a ,nn-,ynr.
voiir timifm.j.i-& mm hiiiiiiiii
""""aitdint tfi-m.-.rro tile , totflo ffl fjife
"lidace, and Philadelphia liejji our hands.'
MStllpl '1'Iia ,ntiiili,i wilu bit. .fit fT.e un itikIuii,
'L-'ll .J!!'i5i,uLer f;w-'e hid-at. length she spoke,
'K'iif tieorue. I fed as if I was Failed
upon to sacrifice mv love for you to my
(..nniev'. li.vi.. .- lf,.- m,. I 1..,- i...-
bleeding country, aud at iho same time
' lte it so, and' I pledge mvscll' never to
give my love to a traitor." answered the
maiden, with miml. lint nerish ' Lh
. .7 i - - -
pan to us id V lreak vonr troth. 1 love vou
too well to do-so myself.'
4 y011 ,,vo luo (corjr,, I,.c Hhe ro.
M;V.,i . vonlovn '..! hen
aim your rill at tho lieartu of my father
, ' ,.,.f t .Vili uLa n,.n., l- riii te-i.
:v : : ... , .i
i- - - - a. a: l , a I.
",r ""e nmi Timrer: np tr -utf vr
, 11)0 '",m v"ll".,,'r ' tory.sm Mood
'"r bHkingiii,lu,juoi tdie.l and
.angry, and happening to see tli.. ring at
lusj'T'i'i't ibo... balden Jiu.I, tutt.-r- leelmg
o the moment, he gr
I it inlo the
eartli with-his iron heel.
' Ves, let it and her perth;
if tliev n il!
I am a fool to love a rebel's t
"s siMer." -
- Tlspeaking, he- troile m(MMUly74jhjd leu injured by a canon sliot, to theL,.,, her earto of mini oil
; theelui before the iW,- where hi cpn: i skill of the mother and ditughther. ffjg dichafgins. 'Oni? of flio dusky hidS
risone.l horstvwipt standing, ami vaulting! Annette then provided him' with -o- j vi.linila referred to, is atl'ired in full' native
into the saddle, spurred at .lull speed
the direction ol the ISntisli army. j
I no ioiiowing iay, ine couuiry nr ;
in.le around the cottage w.is.omg will. .
ain cry nm.uie mar ot,K. . ,
conflicting armies were engaged in dead:
contest elose at hand, and in the scene
il . ,t i mu mmir Annette Ion In lilt lor.
. -. - - - ' , , . ,
ot death and honor, Annette had a father,
a brother, and- -shall we say ita over.
for thm.gWker pat r,oticfel.ugs made her
for thongh-her patrioticfecMings niatle her
cast him off, her iilTediiwi still retained
luVtttmgc irj Iter ht;nrt. On all iles co-
1 I i , i tl jPntk. J. 1 l f I l( ti II 1 a mi i fall ( ll I it Va.U f . J.
innml the title ot hHTtlo how rlll thin
way ami that, nnd sti-ll came in thedireo-l
anil tje ; (trfif
tioa of the road that lead, past the wt
tage. ' - 'J '" v''1
Annette waa part bf tin tim fearfully
watching the clouds ot smoke tliat mark
ed the progress of th combatant, and
part of tlie time on her kuee for those
she loved and wasGeorg Lee cl nded
frum the peTidoiif let each niaidea'
own heart answer. .
" Nearer and nearef came the sound of
artillery and the roar of battle I Mie tood,
with her aged motlier and gathered neigh
Ion, upon the green, bemjath the elm, iu
'puinful expeotatioo., Tlie uiok f the
, uatti roua oowar(i.?MvThey couiu
i liear the shout of thdWiera-iii the fight
ITheir position comninuded a view of a
mile along flie road,' and soou they be
held scattered troop flying across it, at
its extremity, and disappearing in the
woods, men came a squadron or norses,
broken and retreating, and then artillery
drawn in full gallop, came into tlie road.
The American nag flew from staffs
stuck on the gun carriages, and Annette
knew that her countrymen were defeated.
Louder and more fearful now grew the
uproar of the battle beyond the wood,
aud regiment after regiment, broken and
terrified, filled the road, aud were retreat
ing along it towards Chester, and past
tin. .t.ittiifr.1 A ii ri.ift.'.! unviiilv fi.r line
countrymen, and for her father and bro-
Itlicr, would not let her quit her post, and '
flowed bv i
1 uiv,n va Wi ( HIUUIVUUV VI V i O - - -. - " .
out order or discipline, Hying at tlietopi Thus spjcakuUie
of nieiFsjieed. " "" """" "" Tdier'niaile lit adieuand rode atay.
Oh, shame !' ehe cried, with hot tears
iU her eyes ; 1 oh I that 1 were a man; and
in tiie saddle, lucthinks my siiigle' asm
would retrieve tiie day I iv iiere is W ueii-; anu was 10 return 10 tne army tlie same
ingtont He certainly cannot fly!' j night. They told her also that the col-
As she spoke. he heard on her riht, ; miin w hich jmrsued their rMit wJug along -hiwn
the road, a loud commanding voice, the road past the cottage, had afterwards
calling on the retreating men to rally. been met by general Knyphausen, and
She turned and beheld Washington him- j had been compelled to give up much of
fwdtolrcrmgrftriviiig way oflthu vantage ground it had gamed, whir
tlie right winy, had corny at tlie head 'of t he loss ot, a great mariv .incibl'n'nml
a regiment to aiistaiu it . Ilis voice ami j taken pridoncra. A nbfiUe. recoil .'cted that ,
presence now instilled new life into the .florge was in this division', and the would
flying soldiers, and soon they .rallied in have asked ihtelligentjo of him, but pridn
the road, and presented a front to the Co- kept her silent. At length her brother and
liimns of the British, who were pursuinc. father went in the house, aud she was fob .
Gen. How seeing -thi demonstration of i
resistance, and knowing Washington to ;
' i . .t : ..? , ' I
u mere in person, witnarew iroin pur-1
suit, satmnea wiU having route! he;ioiie m voice to ner orotJicr
retreated, in good order, r towards a stjprrg
post lion on tne netgris not for off.
Annette was delighted to nee hat
among iJL'oec who fled Were neither her
father nor her brother, but she. was pain-
od t.i flir.nvi.r flmoiltr thn ,intsn..ej
own false 'loveKvrTio: lettirg-'iiFr at4jJiW-tSe!-1iJrjt'1-t n,uk'g W outcry, to
distance, reiued un his horse and turned i1,ur own 3iamT5eirhfrr4L-hwdJer
aside, hoping tb escape her notice.
When she saw this, eho reserved, she
vv.onld ttot only banish him forever from
.hee'lieartl'tliatt -fi. J7.iIuuy1itv.-., Bat
the resolution a maiden iu love are.
made . only to be 'broken, especially
when the lover i-tlie object of them.
It was almost eight o'clock, the even
ing of the buttle, when Annettcwas, seat
ed at her door, listening to every foot
step, expecting her father and brother.
It was a pleasant night, but the titue
war a rod one. She faneied the winds
wafted to her moans of the dying and
wounded, from the woods and fields
around, where the fight had been, aud
her heart was full of forebodings of evil
to those so dear to 'her. All at once she
heard the approach ( of horse' focf,, and
starting up wicn solicitous expectation
tor sue Knew net ner ner laiiier nor tirot i-
er were mountct she waited nervously
roan, no came ml a How pace, nnd as
ho drew nearer, site dicovered by the
light of the moon that he was wounded.
Instead of passing- the house towards the
town, he turned up at the door, and rode
towards her. She was too familiar with
scenes of danger, and the incidents of
tnose warlike times, to leel alarm, and
quietly waited hi approach to the. door
"Good evening, maiden," ho said with l
a .foreign accent ; "I and my horse are i
'"'t" TTi.Mni.ivva, ai.u ra VUlIt IliU IPI
. i ,,Ji..,i i i,- ii
aud enter the duelling. With some dif-1
hculty he got to the ground, for his leg
was e-ti tT with hi wound! Sire assisted
I i t i. and received bin grateful thanks.
lie iIrmi examined first his horse's wound,
and with her aid dressed it, aud put him
1 and .ftirtniVitted .hi "foot audTinkle,i.'w hlclrt
in-tresliment, ami tnetl to miiKe.him as com-:
lorta ;!, a psit)ie, wittiout- knowing:
"" -ms. wwj-b--u-
" M "1V","f' Z, j
-v r " " " ' 7ti: ; S1
and she remembered "ami obeyed tho in?
inueiion in oui t-ai nmi . i none eiiein v
:...:.... n i i.'.i.:....
I iiunger, feed him : if he thirst, give him
i .1 . . . ,."
M l m o.
Tift, onaii! no,iin,.tii n m f Wji fYritnfii.l almn
n i,. n, ....
ger wa about to leave. " Hi horse was
at the tloor, "much itaproved as -well as
1 1 i
?Xf rwccl VnaTdsaTtT'tae- oflicor,
ml., the shed and protected from the night ( riL.a Aboriglincs, fresh from the cane
air. with plenty of buy. hen this was ; iJrol,ks and jungles, cafi have their enrios
doue, ho went with her into the houw, ! iiv .,-,( l.v vieitim. l.hrL- r..
t jo4 nuttt taka gold, far Isaarepa tl4
hospitality in no other way.'' s T
- Cease to fhzht acainst hit couutrwi
alH ask, air,' said ehe, warmly.
' Tlie officer smiled, and said." Have
you, then, regarded me as a foe, and still
done all thi for we .. -
'l " I have dornrtny "datr. wrl
"You are a noble girLand I amhanpT
to let you know that you have not thrown
your hospitality away upon one nndeser-
vmg oi it. i am SB ouiuer ouuer y asu
stranger then remounted his Iiorsej
andwaalont taking leave of her, and
jAuaette had-ito toagu& to' tk 11m 1 ho
he was, when two men made their Bp- -
proach before the house with guus and
Knapsacks, i, ' ' -" .
"Father and brother !" crletT she ioy
fully, receiving their embrace, as they has
tened toward her.
" What officer is tin's r '
" He ay he is under Washingtoh."
The younir man danced at his face.
which had been turned from them, and
answered, wOi pride and pleasure, Uo
yon. not know, him I It ia the jougg
French General Lafayette." f -They
went towards him, and paid thoir
respects, informing him that there had
been fears he had been slain.
' No, no,' he said, my brave men,
1 heedlessly wandered from my staff af- jf
After contrrattilatintr each other nnon
their safety, the brother told her that he
had only come to see hef for a few hours,
lowing them, wheji a young -man who
had boon a rival of Ctco. Ixe, rode up to
.!. ;1 1:..1....J -.. l n .1 :"'" i ; .
"c u"i, njg mcu, unu eaiieu in a mgu
Trrtt hfhrfhc-nicws tl
Geo, Lee -wastaken htSt night slriillrlnj;
in our v trmrr, 'and tsTa be tiung ThtSTSffer-
,;oon, as a spy !
Annette heard it, and came near full
ing to t'ie ground. She, however, recov
ered ItetKcT'. and with a bursting. heart.
tory lover, and now ti'.'at ha wns lilkely. to
duy- all her heart bled lo."..hjnJ,
love returned in all its strcnglli. ."-"7" "
'He shall mrtihe V sho Baid; rteolutc"fj--'
I will save him,' .
Tliat afternoon Geo. Lee was brojeht
out for execution in the relel camp. La
fnyettc wns in his tent, when Annittv
breaking through the guards, threwjier-
sen ai ins ieet, anti implored his interces
sion for her lover's life. He recognieed
his hostes, and hastened with Tier to
Washington. What he said to his chief
wo know nor: but we do know that Geo.
Lee was pardoned, ami the next day wa
attached to Lafayette's body guard. In
the subsequent battles of tlie revolution
ary struggle, he distinguished himself by
his vufor and devotion to the American
married to Annette, whose patriotism Was
rewarded bv the fulfillment of those hope
of l(vc wL-1, bhe liaJ no(j, Mcrifi,
ln rjeimit t-
Let 't br RKMKMBEttEP, that Thomas
Bragg, llie Ixico Foco candidate for Gov
ernor, when in the Legislature in 1842'
moved a preamble to tho bill to invest a
iMirtiofl nt' thn Iinnda of rlia Wilmimiin
Uailroml in the Literary fund, declaring
that ho wished the people to see what
wtrtv m rttHiNe tor aettina tht S&aU
iitto JM on account ofUhe railroads then
in the State.
i : ., .
1.1. tl III: Kl.r M Iir Kf 1 1. I IIIII. 1 1 1 1 II KII TTin
improvement man, and stumped tho coun-
ty ot IS ortliampton ngaitiEt railroads.
Sortie u XatiVtt -Any one desirous
; lli KCCtlll Rl)ll)i lilHTIIllfllU . .t (1-OflllU.n A f.
costume, which consists of n handkerchief
,j0,i nrourKi the waist. To stretch out on
tla, ai,,.k umior a uoiiine susecm to be
nr.letl .bv tliem.aitbe height of felici-
i'r lanugo i nt ta.igut in any
ot our I mvcrMties.
"tMMcrcv -.Y: Y. ,ourtal rf
Kxtract from a letter to the Editor of the
Wilmington Herald, dated '
',' . ." GaAuxxt, July 11.1WL
. ' Alh is right in Alamance. ien.
Dockerv will get the full lug vote and
- .... o..:- -r- ..-is - . -
agioti many iemocr:it in jugur.
:." V i