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RALEIGH, NOVEMBER 17, 1308. :
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Agents for the SiaK'&C.
mtuy .V- ;," Thomas M'Gimpsey.
,k HJit county ;
"- Eeaufurt county.
" . XJulcomii '. : ' '' ; j;
. Jiurke, .,". vi '..
Camd'itf' :- l'i.': .- '.Vi,,.
' CtCT-r-n, '.Vf
'. CuWrrrf, -
.": Jird-IIouae, Caawt!l,
' John Elair.'
: " Mr.'Marsh.---' jv? i
fhomas Ihtiwo, V i
tieorge Svrain..' ' :'4 '
C rorgi Tlton. ; '
; Samuel G crock.
C Wiliiam II. Brandon, j
Bryan Helerw :
John Graves : ; '
John M' Aden. ' "
TiiUbarough, OB.'Aam, ; Dismukes Warden. J"
Clsver-Garden, do. : :-'-; f Ri FMenim-"''--:,c,-"--,
CAontzn, ; :.. -t'. '"V Ilendersort Stanlin, ; .
'Cumbcrlandr u X ; Duncan irRea. -'-.5 i:.
Daniel Ilcdmcndv i'i ?f
. Stephen Sneed -r&'l '
V 1 wis IyeMay.
C". William Sneed.itltVi'V
v ' Joseph Davis, ;"Jt
" James DidUV
t 1 William Ri'.rt .
?Z: John Sleyhensi"
j Puraiit I Iatchy jf i,. V't;
C Chrbtopher I Iouiton';i
t.. Jolm Washington, f;
?t;,';' Ahraham prncm'
- ' Jesse Jones .-".
i !';-Lf A&l' ft'J;. M'K. Alexander pi
,Aev-Uanover .?w - Jolm Lord,"
Onilowi,.:' -'j lyj&epheri Femnd. i i
f :..v John Wuuamsi'
John Knoxi.-i, ;it-V
-;r'4;--Vf ; George Grcene.l;,vit
lfihf'K f . ' Jesse Harper. j; ;
land, .5 ; V. V JohnjClarkV VSt lt?'?-
j.f.-,.'ifan'.i-i?' w, ,r Nathaniel Shober.'v-;-:
,''.V i .t't s .
Vii David .Clark.i.iW'lf;.
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vv augn. -i,: ,
TiCamdeni:(!S. C,) ii'-v: ,5 Andrew: Flinn.' --'V-.
iCieraw f&4 C.t John F.;WiISof:S
'fouf paper s they- shall be rei(iiwbeinbtte4
F mir. I r PVPPV irvrli vl Inol tirlrvoa tiam . IQta rutfn
; v -cm us, a paper has been addressed. ; :: - ;
V I ; . k IC? All sub-jcnbers wall .be considered . as conu-
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VYASUINGTON CITY, Not. t.
This (lat. l 12 o'clork, tlie ITuiaViil of die Vminl Stutai
'commuiucatrd, t Mr IjWs liiw k$-uiy, U7 tullaw
ing Mititcc to both ilotutcif Oorvrcm. . ..'..
75 tlx Senate and ILune JtrijretenlativtM cf the
i ; United Stcter. -,...
It Vould liave'becn a source, ft How-citizens, of
much gratification, tf our last conimunicauons from
r.urope had ena!)led me to inform you, that the br
ligerent nations, whose disregard of neutral rights
has been so destmctire to our commerce, had be
come awakened to the duty arid true poiicy of revo
king their unrighteous edicts.', tTbat no means
nuirht be omitted to produce this salutary effect, I
lost no time in Tailin!j myself of the act authorising
uspcmion,in wliale or in part, of the several env
baivo laws. - Our. minister ta Ixmlon and Farls
were kistructedto explain to the respective gotvm
roenta there, our disposition to exercise the author!
ty in ucb ma!UK-r a would niihdraw the pretext
on which the aggressions were originally founded,
and open the way Kr a renewal of that commercial
intercourse which it' was alledged on all sides had
been reluctantly obstructed. As each of those gov
ernments lad pledged iu rcauiics to concur in re
nounging a measure which readied its adverwy
Uiivugh the incontestable ntruts ot neutrals inn
ly, and as tlie; measure had been assumed by each
as a retuTlation for an asserted acquiescence in tlie
aggressions of the other, it was reasonably expected
that tlie occasion would have lcen seiied by both for
evincing the rinccrity of their professions, and for
restorhig .to the commerce of the United Slates its
legitimate freedom, v The instructions to our mi
nisters with respect to the different belligerents were
'.leccssoruy mouihed with a reference to thcur pllier.
ent circumstances, and to the condition annexed by
law to the Execuuve power of suspension rcquumj
a dcirree of security to Our commerce which would
not result from a repeal of (he decrees of France--
l:utead. 01 a pledge thereiore ot a suspension ot the
nbargo as to her m case of such repeti U was pre
sumed that a aufficient inducement might be found
in other considerations, and particularly in the change
produced by a compliance w Uh our just demands by
one belligerent, and a refusal by tlie other, in' the
relations between this other and the United otatcs.
To Great-Britain, whose power on the ocean is so
ascendant,, it was deemed not inconsistent with that
condition, to 'state expbeitly, that on her rescinding
her Uruers in relation, to. the United States their
trade would be opened with her, and remain shut to
her enejoy, m case, of hia failure to rescmd his de
decrccs also. . From France; no answer has been
received, nor any indicution that the requisite change
ul her decrees ii, contemplated.: . 1 be favourable re
ccpuon ot Uia proposition to Grest Untain was the
less to be doubted as her Orders of Cotincil had not
only been referred fof their vindication to an acqui
escence' on; the part of the Vhited States no longer
to be pretended, but as the arrangement proposed,
whilst it? resisted the illegal decrees of France, in;
volved moreover substantuuly, tlie precise advanta
ges professedly einied at by the British Orders
i'he arrangement lias nevertheless been rejected. V
vfTyA' candid an4; liberal experiment having thus
failed, and iio.ethcr event liaving occurred on which
a suspciiaoh 'of the embargo by the Executive "was
kuthbtised, it nccessariljf remains iu the extent ori
ginally jgivcntO it. !' We liave thi; satisfaction; how
ever to reflect that in return for the privations imr
posed by the measure, and which bur fellow-citizens
in generai have borne-with patriotism it has. had! the
important effects of saying, our ; mariner and our
t-ast mercantile property, as well' as of affording
time for prosecuting tW defensive and provisional
measurei caHeii for bTeoecasiomIt has'demori
strated to foreign nations the moderation and firm
ness which govern our councils, and to' our citizens
tlie necessity 'of uniting hi support of the laws and
the Tighta-df their country i ahd lias thus lonj: frus
trated those' usurpations and spoliations whicli, If
resisted uivolved ;war, if submitted to, sacrificed a
yital principle of otnr natioriarlndepenence.' H $
i Under a continuance of. the bellisrererit measures,
wliich in defiance oi laws w hich consecrate the rights.
of neiitrals overspread tlie ocean with danger, it will
the i ustmcnt, is u.I auhcred to; and moreovrr
it now brought ir.to connccdon viii the di--
ur.ct i 'hi irrfiative case oi tne ururrs in cout .!
The isiarucions which lad been pirrn to our min
ister U Lont'uRi, uu a Stw to laciV, linecrssa
n, t'.e rrparauon claimed by tlie United State, ue
iix !. !d in the d.ciiBit3t cominumratciL
Ovir rel.aiuns 'uh the othrr powers of Europe
have ungrrgone noraalerial changes sbice your last
n. - I he Iciportint ncgocULions with Siut,
which had been alternately suspended and resumed,
neccsianiv expenencc a pause, uiwicr uie cstraor-
duwry and interesting crisis which tSsunuishcs her
Internal situation. - .s ' -
' Wi;h tlie Bai-bary powcrf we continue in harmo
ny, 1th the exception of an unjustifiable proceeUng
of'tlio Dcy of Algiers towards our Consid to t!t
retreivv. Iu character and circunta?ioM sre now
laid 4eioiw yd:j and, 'will enablo you to decide how
far it may either now or hereafter call for any mea
sures not within' the Umixs cf the F-nxutive autho.
rity.' . ... s . '. ;-: . ; . , -v .: V.
V ith our Indian neighbour! the public peace has
been steadily maintained. Some instances of indi
vidual wrong have, as at other times, taken place.
but in no w ise implicaUnr- the will of tlie nation,--
jue)Txiu uie uiis&utsiju uie lowajs, mr oocs, anu
the Al'ibamas have delivered up for L i and pimish
a: w v' vhh , vj ft a t ure, ';sr v-?,
TTAS lust received from New.York. a nitrtofhis Pall
1 IS ; :i A. suT)'jIy of GOODS i Tlie fen;ainder 5XDccted ui a
' -.. fewriavs. wfiicli. when aAtlul to hia arire mtiv nnwcm
. . ? r i- J . . . . . i . . . . e rt. i . .
: v i j liana, wm lurra a tctt suiicrior aawnniem oi weu tejecien
i il fSoods;- suitable for ail Seasons . which will be disposed of
.-. v.; - f hifi Iiiuinl wmf4ia4 MUAi ttt Jlnnls ntf nlul A . a A nlih a .
i4"'. aLsiiij ytimi icuuvi'M jin-tivt vnmi wi fiiui v viuii w 'unc
tual ciutomers. MlC
Merc h an table Cotton VI seed Will be received m payment
,tat the Ttintket price. gv;;":
on Vinew -yej-y si:i'iU' qiuity; Wia'cWF Liquors m
ta,iutVk fiif'ioy iii i vpvics v noviva ) '-'
. ; f c Indian Queen."
. - -.rpHE Subscriber returns hi sin
, "the favours go Ubertuly hestowed up-.
on him in urn pastnna hopes lor a
continuance of them. .Every fttten-
; tion wi II be pmd to the accoixunoda.
jtion and convenience of the Members
in u..;.v ... ...i-ly, 'and others wbo may' call nponhiia
btniiC8 i:ilbe wU nrnehed ana attended. , , ' s. v
1 ' : JVVi-Mt'-.-r R j, i
U.c yc.i-!r i
:i-r of t'.-.e r:-.
tlx- L.'.ter 3
is nt of r i swi
rest with the wisdom' of Congress to decide on the
course lest adapted to such a state of things i and
bringing with them, as they do,r froin every part of
uie union, uw sentiments ot our constituents, my,
confidence is strengthened that in forming this do
cision, they will, with pn unerring regard to the; es
sential rights and mterestsrpt tlio nation Weigh , and
compare the;? wunful alternatives- out of; whidh a
choice isto'madij. - Nor should I do jiistieo to
the Virtues ' which oti other occasions have marked
the charactcr ot our fellor citizens, if I did not che
rish ah etjiial conhdeiice, that tlie altemativechosen,
whatever; it may be, wll be maintained wii all the
fortitude and patriotism which the, crisis .ought to
kispire, -f'V'-i' 'f S t'rf H
;"; Th( documents, i;oritainuig the cprre'spbndeice
wi tho; subject of tli foreign edicts against our com
merce," with the bstructiona given to on'riMtnisters
at Londoli and Paris, avo now laid before yott-i .
i;Tho ccramunications, mado to Congress at t',eir
last session, explained the ostur; in Which the Close
of tho discussions relative to the attack by a British
ship of war on the' frigata Cheftapeake, feu a subject
on whiclt the nation had manifested so honourable, a
sensibility. EvcrTi view" of what had1 passed ailtlio'r
rised a taliftf that imniediata steps woidd bo- taken
by the British government ibf redressing' a! "wrong,
whichj "tho: mcH' it wasinvestigated, appeared tlie
moi-e Clearly to require what had not been: provided
for in the special mission. It is found that no steps
have been taken forthe purpose. "On the contrary
it'vill be sccn"in the documents laid before you
ni ent individuals 'from among themselves accused
of murdering citizens of Uie United Stated On t!iis
side the Mississippi the Creeks are exerJng them
selves to arrest offenders of the same kind, and the
Chotlawshave manifested their readiness and desire
for amicable ami just arrangements respecting de
predations connniticd by disorderiv persons of tlicir
trile. . Andgcncrdly from a convKtion tbotwecon-
skler them as a pail of ourselves, and cherish with
sincerity their rights and interests, the attachment of
the Indian tribes is gaining strength d'uly,is extend
ing from tho nearer to th more remote,' and will
amply reiusie Us for the justice and friehdsliip prac
tised toward; them, i Husbandry' and household
manufacture afe-advancing among them,'tnore ra
pidly with the Soutlicrn than Northern tribes, fiom
circumstances of soil and climate, and one of the two
great divisions of the Cherokee nation have now tin
der consideration to solicit the' citizenship of the
Umted States, and to be identified ' with tia in fc-ws
and government in auch progressive manner as we
shall UunkbesC JVi i -,; r-Tl '
In consaquecce of the appropriaUons of the last
session oi iOngrc&s for the: security pt our seaport
towns; and harbors, auch works of -Kleienae have
been erected as seemed to be called for by the situ
ation of the several places, their relative Importance,
and the scale of expem; indicated by the amount cf
the appropriation. Olese works will chiefly be fi
nished in the course of the pfeSent season, except
at wew-iork. and wew-Urleam, vhere most was to
be done s and allhough a 'grcnt proportion of the"
last appropriauon lias been expended on. the Jbrmer
place, vet some further views will be submitted to
Congress for rfcnderingits security entirely adequate
against nwd, enterprize. : A view of what has been
done at the several pkicev nd of what is proposed
to be donei shall btf communicated as soon as U19
cveraf reports are Teceived."". 'v f1--
t- Of the cun.boats authorised by the act of Decem
ber last, it has been thought necessary to build onfy
sno hundred and three in the presentye-nv. I aea$
with those before possessed, are ' sufiicieni for tlie
harbors and waters most expose!,: and the resldite
will require little time for their Construction, when
it shall be deemed'tiecewfw'yri,p4l'
1 Under the act of the last session fc raising an ad1
ditional mUiiary force, so many officers were iintac
diately hppointcd as were necessary for carrying on
tlie bumiicss of recruiting, and m proportion as it ad
ranced, others hare been added. ; We have reason
to believe their success has been satisfactory,, altho1
sticU returns have not yet been received as' ehable
me to Resent you statement of the numbers en
wwsd. , .'"it .'. , .-" '-,
r I haVe pot thought it necessary, in the course of
the last reason to call lor any general detachments
of mrdtia or of Tblunteers' under .the laws' passed
fof,that purpose, Fof the ensuing seasdh hoWeyet,
they willbe reqtdredjto 1eirt readiness, should their
semce be wanted. Some small and special detach-
mepta have I been necessary to maintam the, laws of
.the embargo, on that portion of our northern fron
.tier which offered pecnlmi. facilities, for evaston
quarters,' the Spirit of clisobediehce and abuse, whicli
manifested itself early, ,'and' with .sensible effect,
while we were unprepared to meet it, has been con
siderably repressed", : ' ' m J:
T Considering '.the - extraordinarjr character hi the
umes m wncn we. live, .our anenyon snouia unre
wittingly, be,, fixed 6n the eafety of our country
For a People who are free iuid who tfiean torcmain
soi'a 'well Organised and armed militia is theirbest
securicyi It is Uierefop uicumbent on us, at every
meeting, to 'revise the titoditionof the militia, and
to ask ourserves If it is prVarcd to repel a powerful
enemy at eyery point ofytnir tcnitoric expose'l t6
invasion tii-JSoms of tb j states have paid a laudable
attention iq this, object i but everjr degree of neglect
is to be! found anwsig others.1 Congress alone having
.1. . . ....,::ri" ....... .P
uie yu v. w.pvuuuce au.mmytni piawsoi preparau
on in this creut brcrau of defenct: tha interest' whirh
they so deeply feci in their own and their country's
Beemiivj- wiu pveseiuuus as am.mijjjuie moijinnpor.
tantobiccts of their d"eTibcratkii.:--ii''''VviU'V,-jt'.i;. ,
- Unoei thtf a'cts of March 1 1, and' April 83, re
specung arms, the uuliculty of pi'ocprmg them from
abroad dtirmg tlie present situation and dispositions
pf Europe,; jjnduccd us, to4direct buf wholo ffort to
the Tricans jbfmteiiial sapply," '.The pi. I 'lo factories
have thereiore been enlarged ifdiuoiml machihe-
rics erected, and in propoitioit i;s 'artificers can be
found or lormed, their, effect, aim ' more thtsn
1 1 v ' 1 (
Uie t:icour.. iin-ntof f nwic f.'.cMr;-s cf a
contracts lave U. n entered J.i'.o '. '1 ...:;
derukcrs ta scuriy the amount d tU f.r
ppropi ution. . .....
Th? aurpeiuJon of or fotxign rirr.nurcc, j-.-oi
ductsl by Uie injunice of the lxl','';enn: j.,ui r-,
and the consequent losses and sacrificrs cf i-.:.r 1 r l
xens, are subj-cts of just cwrm, The si:.1 i-.-i '
into hich we have tlras been forrcd, ha i:- ; t U 1
ns to apply a portion of our industry ahu t a; .i. 1 t.i
intcmiii nian aLctures and Improvements. Tlie exi
tent of this conversion is daily hicreasin, and 1. J
doubt remains that the esUiblUhments formed txA
fornung, ill, under the auspice of draper ruite
rials and su!)jistcnce, the frttdont of L'xr frcia tax - .
atiou with tiss and of protectin duties tnj prohiM
tijns,becc,ne permanent 'lha commerre viJi
tlie Indians too, witl.ra our owu Lourklarlesj Is llke
ly to receive a5uniiait tlhiu at from the same intcri
nal source; and will iccure to them peace and tlio
progress of civUiztfsi undisturbed by practices bos - '
tik to b4b. i?J : v. ? . ; -..'-'-"'. ; .-, ' "
-Tho accounts of tlie roceipU and expenditures
during tlie year ending on the thirtieth cbyof Sep-
tember last, bemg not yet made up. con-ect state
ment Will hrpaf.ri h f rmQtn-Hfd frtm. t-,r. tr-.r.cl '
ry.t In t he-mean time it is ascertained that tl.fr re
ceipts havd amounted to near "eighteen rrjliicS of'
dollars, which with Uie eiglrt lrt'dlions and an lu lfm
the treasury at the beginning of the year, have enai
bled us after meeting the current demands, and in-l ;
terestkcurrcdjto pay two nullions three hidrcd . '
tliwisand dollars of the principal of our funded debt,
and iPlt 111 .tA frriiatirir m Hint Ar.n iwif rmtt.n
mdllons of dollars. Of these, 2?b millions thrco"
hundred and fifty thousand lollars will be neccss-.'-y
to pay what will be due on the first day of"1 Join.
nvt- m'lit.K' brlfl . ,
.1 ! I . . i . , ....
uie eigui per oem, scocx..- 1 nesc. paTnents, witn i
those made hi tlie tlx years and an half preceding
will have extingiiislied - thuty-thrce millions, fivi '
hundred and eighty thousand dollars of the principal "
of the funded debt, being tlie vhcle which could bo ,
paid or purchased within the limits of the law and of
contracts and the-amount of principal thus ills-'
charged viU have liberated the revenue from' ab .u? ;
two millions of dollars of interest, and added thatf
stjm annually to Ue disposable surplus. ; The pro-' -'"
bu-ble accuitjulutton of the surplusses of revenue be ' V.
yond what r can be applie! to -the' payment of tho '
tltlhlie w. th4neitKrthfl tr(Hlom snd cL.fr-tvnf wir
commerce shall lie restored; meritsthc considerati- '
. f ....'.ci ft I. tr' ' i,..: . . .1
wii - 01 . vwngress. onau . it ue unpnxiucuve in tno
. n:- 1. 01.11 1 .... t - I.......
puuuc Tttiuis. ciiau u.r lvenue uc reuuecu 1 or
shall it' not rather be appropriated i the impn'r ;
merits-of roads, calials, rivcreducatiou'iuid dftitt
great foundutions of prosperity "ttmi union, uulor the'-"
poTVors -wmcn -Congress tnav already possess, cr
t; 1 . e .t , 1 .
sucu ameiKiment 01 uie consutuuon as inav oep- -
provca ny uie states r , vv niic unceruan 01 tne cav
of tilings this time may be wlrantageously n ii loji
ra obtatning1' il:e powers necessary for a systcufji
improvement, should that oe thought nest, r
Availmg myself of this the last occasion wh ' '
wUl occur of addressing the two Housesbf Legici
tui at thctr" meeting, I cahnot omit tlie cxprcsi iar S'
1VliuyifVV MHIUlVOlU. K . Jl.') J V41llAii.7 V-l UlHJ
their predecessors smce my call to the adini- ' -
tion, and the many indulgences expci iencedat
panels, if l hcsame graterui acfenowleugenicnts ara ;
du to my fellow-citizens generally, wlose support
nas oecumy great encouragement under an cmoar
rassmentsIn the transaction of their business l'f
tmperiect nature. ' But I tniy . say wh troth, my ?
errorsjiavo been of the undersUnilibgj not of inlt-n- v
tion..anu mat urn advancement oi-Uie-T'iinhts sna.-, :
61 has been tho constant motive :f.r every
measure. , On these considerations solicit their '
indulgence.'; "Looking forti-strd with anxiety to then V
.uu.u UV.U.Ul.a A Kl 1I3V UIPl .11 U1 . V .1 1... I - 1 ll.i ' -' . ' -
te'd tnshoken by difficulties, in their h- 2 libcny
obedicnte to la'wj aiid support of the p. .c authoi i- ;
tkjft, -1 see a surd guan'ntce of the pci .nence cf"
pur republic ; and retiring from the clvu - of'theh ;
affairs I carry widisme tlie; consolation "
persuasion that Heaven has in store for our bclo
couiitry, loiig ajes to'come of prosperity and liappU,
hcssi;vv;,.?:.;vv i ,
!pveinocr; i SOiM'fW' . ?A U".-.'
i iAccompaiylng the "fMiie message cf ff-so Frc
tlnt were the comniunicaiions tliereih 1 . cd t
A toifidential triesago fwas-, likewise . ..en! cJ,
which we tahdersturid, coiitihis nothing piore t'
personal allusions 1ii tjic "corrcspcndcnce pul.l '
lnrjaedtoCongress.;;-;'Vc,''Vf , ";'''' "''"." -'
ii AviAti mteiy uentea uie Tr, reecrdy ocru
X A liedby .Mr: Janiss Mears,. wluCh he has fitted up i.i a.
rtry convametnt ityle, solicit tlie Patronage fhh iviowl
and the PuUBct'i.A be is dcterniincd to 'keep a plent iful
swpplytif trovcnder of every Kinds goodljquoisi ft wt ll
fulriiiKlied Larder and jpxxl Bails, he flatti-rs lunisi It' that
those' wbn will fayor him With jheit- eunloni, will be p! .tt
withtliKirentertammtnt.' ; - , i
Htf hope that those Members tifk.isemb.'ai.d ol hci .
who attend during the Session, and wish to live coniforta
hyi will apiJy tohim.. v'ji ; ,;J.W A-ft .
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