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RALEIGHDE CEMBER5im. : v. ; V. :- - .'No.' ? -v -
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P'I'V-isLISHlD IVtlt Tn VBSD AT, BT JoVES
k lin'cLKso; at l ut crrxa END OF FaTETTO-
tlLLS-bTEltT, BEA. CASSo's COB.SEB .FUCE
THl DOLtASS TEE AVKtM, TAT ABLE MALI
'TIABLt IS ADVAXCE.SlGLE FA TEH 10 CENTS.
' Agents for lhe Star 1
w4A-Yo.-Jy, ! . i Thomas MTJunpscr,.
-jonn uiair.-. ,
'Mr. Marsh.-:"-1 ' -.
Thomas Brown.
, George Swain. ,.
. George Waltsav ..v ;
. , Arthur DW v ,
Samuel Gerotk. S
-.- John Pi-ik1oiu - ,'v
- .Urynn leko. '
. Jolo) Graves .. . -r .
John M'Adcn. ' , -
fitnbanughy CbaihaM PUmukes Ic Warden.
tfaver-Gardenf '), freeman.
CAowow, i- ' i . Henderson Stanlin.
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Jiurkty . ,:-;
' j (aiarrttt, .
i,-i Carteret, .;. : i
r ' CmvcH (ourt-hourtr,
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Cumber land f
, dgrcombet
"frankHttf. :.
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IrediUy '
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Martin, .:' '
Qtccklcnburgi
Duncan M'Rea
Duniel Redmond.
' .Joel Kmg.i
i : .Steplien Sneed, ,
' Lewis LeMty.'
- William Sneed.' -
k''' BronTU
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Ktv-Hccn(rvsr
'PertliL
Jtutherprtfy. ,
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v Joseph Davis, .
. -r Jumet Dick ' i S r
l'' : WiiiumBurt.It
. f yrancis Tate. . .
Jolm Stevens, jr, . .
Duiunt ilatehf jr. . ,
.i w Jamca Erwin. i'. . - '
Chilstopker Houskbu
' . John. Wellington, ?
; Abrahun Croom. t - .
y " Jesse IvJonei. ' -';-(A.
Fre, ij '
Daniel Gallant; .v
' , 1. M'lL Alexander i
4 William Marin,
f ; John Lord.-! i -
jv Stephen Ferrand., si
r . -James, Webb, ' ,, v
"Pleasant Henderson 'i
? ' -John'Willkms, ,
k;7 Gedrge Greened
s "Jesse IIrper. '
i i John Clarke.
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i' Alex. Grtharil.
, ' JUrce i Campbell
Thomas Searcy,
i '. -John Lenox..
'ihhAi LGilbrt;',,
Alexander Rowland. ,
C Moore:' -. ' '. y
f "Kathaniel Snoben r' '
'uv'r vr-'t-, Josenh WillLuns, -irV
- sr'i" '..-i;; Hampton Bjrnttb.v.-Vv-
'. .iTWi ',.V"f " 1 H' Ruffin.
tfrAw.iV:"-i; David Clark. K. i:
s V L ..Hiy-Te, .x 4 v Mkholson Washlngi&i.
y Union p... cJ John Carson,
Andrew Flinru
JohnFWUsort,
,PKO!OSALS
roa cabtio ":
fSfails bf-the Ignited States
1mgion,B,wjyooo.0 bcmo nextMondby iqT, Leave Kowbcrn every
ZC'v-'t"i-!lizi'J I Moycltiy at 2At and arrive at;
. . ... hr i., irAuuvoB. iuitir riwnA nr ofJunu-
f -6 - - ; - y
Tt, rroro Edcnton, Le' mills, uid Plymouth, to
Leave EJeiiton eyeryTuewlay
f . 1 uul an-ivc at Washinsrton
' ' ReturnirT. Leave Wasliinirton on Sunday
i-: "live at Piynimith byj.fti.v' Leave Plyriioutliat41-2jp.rii;
- aa mtjvcK taenHHi on Monoy iy,p.ta.
78. ii-om VVkiih
. 4 week. " .!''."VW v"-.
. ' l um vtw1aWV iwV1n it?a.m. srtil arrive
' f ttWwihintonby46.. tve Washington vA7 p.m. and
si farrit at -Woodstock oa Thursday by,2.p.m. ; t yf
. 79. .From Newborn, "by Trenton, Xohk West "Landing,
and Richmond, 'Wilmington once a -ek. t:i ' '
" , Ley yewbern everyTueaday at 5 r. and arriva
V 'WilniTnelon omTlindav.bv 10 0, w. f Leave Wilmington
, ' foery Tluiralavat 2. , and arrive atNewbern on Saturv (
: dsybyrAm.' , "
. ""b JWm Wewbfcfrt W Beaufort 0c In two week. j
-,i .Leave JS'ewberrt ererr otlwr Friday at 6 and arrive
- . at JieufortonStttm-day by 1Q j, Leave Btvfort the Same
day at 2 and rrVe at Kewberh on Sunday by6.
' ' 81. From'arrtnton.bHariaom'aBr'ulife, Joneaville.
, - Halite, Scotland No? k Uogttni. WilUmtn,I)aily,B, Ply- J
t jnoutli, sndWa Mlt!0 Scuppernongonce a week. , jA
Tirborough on Saturday by 1 p. lnr Tarborongh at
) Ak aivl arrive at Warmitwn oa Imdr by 8. a.
, ' 81. front Haiaax by Tale Stort, UibcM. Tarboroogn.
Given ville and Wuiluapton to Kewbem, twice erk. ,
t ' Lrare Ualifat every Wednesday and Sunday at 6 a. a,
and arrive at 2.bcm o Saturday and We'dnesday at
Ula' 'rt,.'"vVi - - .
Jirturmnr. Leave Kewbern everv Wedneadar and Sa
tord. it i A and arriv at lULIax on Saturday and
i Tueadcy by o p. m. . " 1 ' - : i
'Hi From Scotland Keck, by Norfieet'a ferry, Grand
berry Crta ttoada, and CLukyvillQ to Windaor, once a
veek. v : ' : .'" ' '' ' '
Leave Scotland Neck, ercTTThuriday, at 6 a. m. ikI ar
rive at v indaur by 4 . a . Leave WuKlaor every rrkliy
t 6 m.'m and arrive ai Scdand Meek by 6 a. a, : .
83. arom Ralcirnby Cnapn luU to tuuiUorouKn, one
a week. ; ... -.- . - " .".
Live lUleirh everr Pndav at 8 a m. andarriva at ITJla-
...
borottrh oft Saturday by Ban... Leave ILUaborouirii eve
rt Wednesday at 9 p. at frA arrive at Raleigh on Thurr
oay py 9m. r. ' "' , -.
. 87. ri-em iraUboroura, by Alormt Tiruh, mwi v. u.
Leealxirtr, CarweU C 11. Lenox qartfe, 'Boatwkk' and
f)MtVmn4tiini a afla mew nam anj aa waV
' Leave Hillaborougb every Saturday at 10 av in. am re at
Catwelt C tt. on Sundav noon, and arrive at Germanton
the next Tuetday by 8 p. m. , Iave German tea evert
Wadneoday at 64. mi and arrive at HUlabo rough the next
i 8aturdry by 8 ..,..... , . , ..
83. -' From AvervsMroufrh by Uaywood, Pktaburgh and
Jonet'a ferry to Hillsborough, once a week. o ' -v -
Leave Avtirysboroogh every Tnuraday at o & m. and ar
rive at HilWborough on Saturday by ,8 a. si Leave Hills
boromch every Saturday at 10 a. in. and arrive at Avefys
bormteh on Sondat bv 6 b. m. '. ' ; j'
FtUe,ncea wefcv,;-.. . . f .'... ., , , ,r-
Leave lialeizh. everr Pridav it 4 a. m. and arrive at Ox
ford by 6 p. . ' I-e-e Oxford every Saturday at 4 a. m.
and' arrive at Kaleiph bt 3 x 'ii n 1 V -
- 90., From Italeiirkv, It PaulV frrrr,;WatWa Cross
Ooada, Kichardaoba, Woodardi, Uowsons, or Toasnot, to
Tarbotoupb.oncemtwo Wevks. '-; . v;
1 lve IUiei)rh every Jrfclay at 6 o. m. arrive atTarbc
rpugb on Saturday by 6.,m. Leave Tarborough every
other Sunday at 6, a. ra juid arrive atBileigh, on Monday
bye.m. : . ; ;. - ' r '
91.sFromrdl!mBboro by Bullock' ttrwe. Brown's
itore, WiUiamsville, Sterlingville and Red Uoo, to Cat-
wmiu. u. v n.. m i.i a. . u . ... r. .... . .... .... ..... . .
- Leare WiUIamaboro'" every 8aturda t tt 4 m. arrive at
iwftl r. T: on SiinAiv bv noon.' Leave Cttveu e. h. everr
3unday by.2K i. and arrive at WiUiamslwrooa Friday by
. 92. rVbmWmeWtc,WWdlIama1)O)0xrotd, rr.li-
boro', AUemuncc, Martinville, New Garden, 8uemv and
Lexuvgtoni to 9mmitf once a weekv i r;r. ' v&
, Leave Wamnton evert Friday at 2 a. at. and arrive at
f lilhllroro' on Satnrdiiv bv 8 a. m.. Leave Uillaboro' at 9 a.
l m. and arrive at saiem on sunaay oy 3 p. m. ueave paj
TiX.tp.rn. ana amve at Bauaoury on aioncuy dv ii o. t
-,croirj'. . Leave Salisbury every Monday at.
md arrive at Bulera On Tuesday by 8 . , Leave 8 Jem I
t 9 a. . and arrive at llUl.boro on Wednesday by 3
ave UUlsborT at m. and arrive at Warrenton on
Thitrsday by J p. at. .' .'in'i:i L'fiVsV tff. 1
! 93i . From gUlem, 1by Bethania, ITtmtsvUle, Rocltford,
Mid Witkei,' to Mol ganton, and 'tbence by Island Fordi
Statcsyille, lloustonvaie and HunUvillc to' Salem "once a
. Leave Salem every Tuesday at 10. av a, and arrive tt
Moriraiiton the next Thursday W $ b.m. Leave Morgantoit
every Friday at 8 a. m. and arrive at Salem the next Mon
day by 8 a.m. . '.
94 : From Salisbury, by Concord, Akxandria, Char otte,
Quntersville, Lincolntdn and Morgahton, to Aahville, to
return by MorgarrtonLincolnton, Catawba Spring and
Aidant Mome, to Salisbury once a week. k 5 , ., ; ,
. ' Leave Salisbury evert Monday at 2 P- m. and arrive at
Chartoue on Tuesday by 8 1. m. and at Athville on Thnrs-
uay by o p. m.: jueave a snviiie every rnaay at o a. m ano
arrive at Salisbury on Monday by 10 a. m. t . , . . f , ,
95. : From Ash Ville, ty the Warm Springs, Newport T.
and Scvien 'He to Knoxviile T. once a week. 1 '
;: Lea've Aahville every' Friday sj-6 4 " and arrive at
Knoxviile on Mqnday by '10 a v; .Leave Knoxviile every
Monday in yp.ru. ana arrive at Asnvuie uie neox i nursuaj
e-r From Morgantoni by Rutberfordton and Gowen's
tore, to Greenvilk e. h- S.C once a wtek. . t ; ..-;
r ' Leave Moreranton every Friday at a a. m. and arrive at
Greenville e. h. on 8undat by 6 1. m; ' " . - .
SHetttming Leave Greenville h every Monday at 6
a. m. and arrive at Morganton on Wednesday by 6 . et
. 97.; .'From Charlotte, by Beggar's lorry, and'liU'S Iron
works, to York . S. once a week.
bWsataedayby ll.a Leave Swaatboro' every Tues-1 vasnot certain that U !K.'"'ht nolle we m?ajl
lltewrawruy! ure to take, off the embargo but he was cer.'
. .t!. t fjOfES: ' ''"t , J Uia that tome .other measure ahouU be takem
L-The Port Master General mat exnedlt tht inailah1" 0"Sn of'!CJ that. And h-
ad aher tie times of arrivd nd -oVparUire at any time I U."lcl hoped uialrentleaitn WOUiJhate told thenx
durmgileontlouawortheeontracta,he measure ahould have been taken before
exnsTtMmayUwewKmedtbewby.'. i , the rcmoted the embarso, Not so, he we-
dosing the anada at all offices waere prtiuar ume is I Ufce Qff the embarjro i and Were that im ed id.
.3. Korevervju wuunwsurukT. i ininnuiuii mracnw
cieepted) as arriviwg aftrr the rime prescribed in aateoo.
met, tn contractor auau loricu tutc uuiiu i ami u utc
Uy continues until departure of any depending mail
a hereby the tnaiif oemned for tnca aepcmnng man
lose a trip, an additional forfeiture of Ive dollars shall be
incurred. , Aaa whenever a a: wip civwa, irum ,
ever circumsunce, the amount to be paid to the extractor
for a regular trip is to be dolurUnl ft om bit pay- : ' '
. Newspapers- as wcu m miers are o oe inn in tuc
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eontract. - ' .' . ' ; . . ..-
f' 6. - Persons making proposals are desired t9 tate
their prices by the year. Those who contract will reteivt
ihnr m nuutcrtv. Id A months of Autrosi. Novfmbcr,
February and May, in one month afver the expiration
7. No eer than a tree white per son shalt be employ-'
cd to cAnrev the ma'd. v6' 'Va ts. il-,? i-"i.-' -
& ? Where the proposer intends to convey the mail in
the body of a stage earrirge, ' he desired te state H in
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GenJk OJtM. Woihrr City, Get '31, l808.i
UNITED STATES:
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f 98.. a From Raleigh, by SmuMeld, Waynesboro , Green
c. h. and Kineston, to kewbern, once a week. ,
Leave Ilaleijrh every Friday, at 9 a. m. and arrive at ew.
5 fty at 2 A m. and arrive at 'Raleigh the ijext Thursday
. 99.". ..Prom Charlotte,' by Lancaster, Cairo, and Prevl
dence, U) Camden, once e week.; f; -
- Leave Charlotte, evert Wednesday at e- a. . and. arrive
at Camden on Thursday by 5 p. 'm. Leave Camden on Fri
day at 6 j. tn. andarriye'at Charlotte on Saturday by 6 p. m.
r Leave Wancnton every Tuesday at 4 a. m; arrive at
" Hansom's Bridee by noorw Leave Ransom's Bridge at 1
t Hfi ?e-at Ualifax by 6 f. m. ' Leave Halifax a 7
''. arrive si Scotland Neck v . f . Leave ibero at
100. From Favetteville. by Elixabethtown to Wuming-
ton. and (hence by South Washinrton. and Sampson c. h.
to Fayettevilleonceaweefc 'h r 1 s;.f? ? fVf.
V Leavt payettevilie every Monday at e. m. ana arrive
at Wilmington on Thursday by 'JO o. m.. ; Leave Wilming
ton every Thursday at 2 p, m. and arrive at Fayetteville on
Sunday V tp-.'nu-; .; " - t-'' ; -" ? :. " 'A
1U.' rrom Fayettetme, by Anaersvuie to Wilmington,
,ce"aweck v.-k Mi-A- . y :A.' ' i
Jeave Fayetteville every .Saturday at 6 a. m. snd arrive;
and the property of America subject to depre
dations, bv both, the belligerents, they would bo
forcdoseu. from. taking any measure at all for
its defence ;,- For this Teasbn this resolution
should properly have: gone origniaJly, to the
committee oa the resolua oftheccutiemaa
ffom V"gtnu (Mr. Giles), f t C ri
.'. Mr. S. said as he was not ryeparea for a long.- '
naili snd if av Tier on tcaVinz mrpols, desires to ear-1 discussion, ha should take but short view.-n ' :
ry newspaper, other than those oonrrredjn tl.e mail, for He woulJ DOl back to SC hitH nation lad'. " ,
his owa emolument.ne murtaUtembiepropoaaJsforwhatl . , , , ' ti . . .' .'
mwuTearry Kh the emolument; and ferThat- sum been, the first .offender.J . It Vas sufficient fof ; y
withOttt tnar etaoiument. ,t ' .-v. -4 w.. v "i'l.;, mnj tfw uuui were icnurrs nic whj nui, .
AV' Should anyserson making prososila .desire an at tlia- pologUt of &iy nation, but, he iruted, d v v
Satl fervent defender cftb rights honour, and
ed, and he difiereace tbey wui mate mtns terms la tae i f crrs ot uis wn couotrys ) vy ir.c mutes vi.
ranee every .vestkejl hound to orlrom, Crest
13r.ita!n,.was. declared goc4j prixe. : Andtiit ;
further j if spoken alone by ny JJritjsh vessel, . :i
they; wer condvmncd , la the Frtnch prijo
court?;, When it vessel arrived in th.t pors of ' Vv
France Ir. j S said,..bribery ,sind corruption
were, made -use of in order to effect her con-'5 s
demnatipruV'-. livery sa'U6r oa board was sepa.
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o hm Pnrf MuiwrMiml waervesto bimteB tnr 1 vaawwsw w niwi umiuvuvviiumy ....
rieht of deciarmg antTontract at an rfad whehr on J course of the ..voyage ) they- Were told, yon y. 1 I
iMiureBairpuis whivh .w.v v. - 7;- i wiu nave om rura 01 me .vesset snu cargo js .
, 10. The contracts tor tne aoove routs are to do in 0-1 .k-v--.- ;e -;j, .
ration on the first day of April ncxand are to conU- U K portio pf .theVltermcmey if you m)l - .
nue in force for two tears. irr m --n i-r'. i say. that your .TesseJ has touched at a Jintisis
L jf--v vwwj: i.BAfti.18,.) v- 1 nor r -iaa ftetn visited bv a uritistt cruizer. -
Of course, then, by the decrees of France sili
American property that. '.floats I. subject, toj
condemnation by thd French, if it had come hi ..;'!
contact with British handsV.-!.' Were, gentlcmea f .'
willing to submit to this, to raise the embargo? Vi'"
and BUbject ipur tradf to this depredation I Yes ; i :
said the; gentleman frqrn Connectirttt,' ;Jio.;;':;
was iUinff; hovyever? that; oir ships should
arm and defend themsedveai : Mr S. said that ' ..'
he had hoped the honourable gentleman would V
hate cone, fuliher and said not only, that h
wduld ia this case, permit our i,yfssel
defend jthermelvesj hut Lto t maVe good pr'tta v 1 ( 7
of .any .vessel , which, should impede hi trade :S;vi
admitted by the laws of nations.' Uut the gc.n ..
demaii had ttopped short of this ;vr.H flilg?'&J,
.. By the orders iL;council, .now made law:' ..
fsaid Mr, SO all neutrals-eeiiri&, this ia 5 rf , t v
tj:f . 'Caft&teRS'fc' i'''k'! mereVord v4 captitndumi it isfWrH Iknowa ,
iMyBirJM f -f4swt Ithjtr is "no Neutral (Commerce bdvArtieric&ti- "
or.couhtriesin jdliance with her; ftre; maJe -v'i
''Monda rNoveml)lr2L,v J Ugood. prize in theMBrittshoUrt hf j' t; '
! DEbATii J'. bound to any papttf the entfan( kf Europe fit,
.i-,.jVi;.,l.i-.i-i-,-ii K-rj'-.iT-'Af? iany;posses8ion8.inAuraeykor.yvsiajnc',arc?:,.vi..-:,
On Mr. Hillhouse's Resolution to repeal the Embargo, r I .v'i c...kJ ; tvl i -tf:i.X
li.itntmtiM from finer 21.1 ' :., ...ttl.L ' i. jlji- f : . .i. 1 :i J t t
Mr. Smith (Md.) said he was not prepared j to. trade, since. we roust acknowledge purstlvt , "
to go as largely into this subject as i t merited, indebted to her for any she permits-s-we a!? . " '
having .neither: documents, hor , papers before, graciously permittedto go td Sweden, to whicH ;.
hlin. . He iwould therefore only take a short country our , whole exports amount to 50vl?f
view of it in hi way and endeavour? to rebut J dollars Jlv .jhj$ Ktty trade is generously ptrf$?f;
a : part of the argument ol the gentleman irm I muted us as a boorandthis toon;niU be strutc
Massachusetts, and perhaps to notice some "of I off the list of permission tiie' moment any uiU'V 1
necticuu He perfectly agreed with the latter 1 debt's. I am aware, sir. thit genUetaen:wi4
genucman uiu uns suojcci ougnt to De laxen ituis tnav require .cxpiananorts jaswm givc u tw.;?! ;j
uri with coolness, and with temper, and he could 1 them....; Great Britain says you shall noli trades , : . :
have wished that theentlemantfrom Connec- toany of the countries I hate interdicted, tilt f '(
tiait vbuld have' been candid enough to pursue yOu hate rny leave ) pay me iiduty attd then -that
course which he had laid down for others, you" may go to any port t pay .a .tribute-and 0
it ad. He done it( . ANo.r an the course ot the j then you snail have my license to trade to any-, . t ;
discussion, the gentleman had charged it upon J por ts you choose; ; WThat irthii tribute t$ioZ Ah-Vrj,
avintt th Vlnriim-nt hrfnrA mi.,l mv riat.,'l--lV.i .
disposition to break down commerce for the an error of ft fraction, but in the principle i ara.T "
riurnftiraivir"' eBtnldisViiriw ninnufacture ri'n ta I corrcjiOi"th article nt flniir'he tell n:'.-'' ' ''
rums 4 It this was; the dwposition or those you may brino; . flour tCrreat-3ritam from A. '
who had advocated theembargo, Mrt S. aaid J mericaf land ; it, "and if you re-export it, pay
ne wasnoi one to go wun xnem, ano periectiy i into our treasury two qouars on ev ery oarrci.
corresponded with the gentleman in paylag that I For? everjr barrel; flour which we send to
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It. i jit-iurni., ijca ffF'iniMv -r- I tt Camden
. mc at Dcouana, iev. vi. ; I Friday atpa.
. , Leave Scotland neckft v -yh. , '5 W and. amve at Rah-1 ' -, ,
! . lux on Moiuli y bv 8 A'f ' Leavejlaliux at i-a a. ai i j
i ' nve at Rinson , VBridee by noon.' Leave Ransom's Bridge 1 rf,nAn.
at .Wilmington oi Sunday by 9 p. m. " Leave Wilmington
every Wednesday at C a. m. and arrive at Fayetteville on
lhursdiiy by 7 p. s -. , .u. k-.i , v!. '. r
.4 inr iC,w.m L, ..-..44..!H.:'l.f bim1 U'.11 VXTlnmAaMtrtll
4 V. wd-.T w5e,?,5.,, d,yibJr I and CNraw ch. te Camdeh,8.' a ones a week 'j
;. sv. ,.. ; ;t . ,-Vv 3'. tt, 1 ; .;Ltte. FayeUeville evert Tuesdetat Sa.m. and arrive
on Tuursday by 0 p. m. uttvc vatfttien every
m. and arrive at ayattevuie o Bunoayoy p
'rom Favetteville by Modre c. h. Carthatre and
r.I h. tn Hul'iahiirw nrtd thfiro Kv TinHailvillp.
atlAss. and arrive-at .Warreaton hy? 1.. -f I Htmderson, WadesboroV Snringville, ' Sneedaboro'' anil
- 82. . From Ualifax . fcjr Woruiampton y ti, iruweunh. i nirfunooi c. h. to Fayetteville, once a wock v; i
MurfreesboroV- .Winloii, , Colerain,1 Fitcli jMmt - Leave, Fayetteville every Fridpy at 8 ana. and arrive at
Windsorto Edehton 'once 'i. Weeki.f4rf..-;-v-.v. SalUbury the i next Monday by 10 a. m. Leave Salisbury at
' Leave Halifax every Wednesday at a, and amve at 3 rrive at Richmond h. on Wednesday feyl p. i
Muifretsboro' by 4 .m.. Leave Murfreesboro byfAas, wd jvetteville on Thursday bt i . T'A - 3-
and arrive at fedenton on Prway by. 10 . s. .c',-.'. fvH ? I 4 104, Prom Wilkes e.h. to Ashe ch. once In two weeks
liciunmin- Leave JSdentoa every Induy atva. . art 1 v'LeavSAVTlkeV'iBh. every other Tlnweday at Q's ar
t Mui freesboro on Sunday by t ik and At Hahlax I - , . U same day bt T a, in. Leave Ashe e. h.
1 y R. .':nv-.,v.-v-rlri :' '.'il't ' ' I everr .-other Friday at . a.airiTk WUkes,: K.lhe
c , ii-om warrenton Dynaimi'i" """a.. o- I same day py 7 . a ,ty i-..V yti; ;i ;vr 'vt;4
wrc to, Warrenton, once a Weekv W v?; .-"-v I Leave iSftwbctn evetyTuesday st 4 . arrive
such a - plaav would . be extremely iniurious :
that possibly -it could not be enforced in the .
voucu -otaics unutiiat, u itcooiu, incrcuania.
would conceive) themselves highly aggrieved
by ici But the gentleman's idea had ho foun
dations Mr. S. said he had before seen it M
Newspapers, but had considered it a, mere
electioneering trick; that nothing like common
atmse or 'reason was meant by it, and nobody
believfcd it. The gentleman surely -did not
throw; out this suggestion by way of harmon'u
zing ) tor nothing cQuld be more calculated to
create heat;jM t.3:-0;;;T'St!!'s; i f
The gentleman .last bpV throughout ,his ari
gument had gone upon the giound that it is
the emoargo wnicn, has prevented all bur torn
werce j that, If the embargo were removed, we
might pursue it in the same manner; as if the
commerce; of the whole world was open to us.
If the gentle man could have shewn this,; he
would have' gone, with him; heart and hand;;
but it did not appear to him that; were the em.
bargo takeri off to-mbrrow, any commerce of
.. . , j, ., :. ... r. ' , .
Spain, JVirtugal or ItalyVwhete' the gentleman ,
from Massachusetts has coif ectly told us jnuch;-
pl it is consumed, little of it being used in G.
Britain or Fram
ranee, you; m ust v pay two dollars)
freight and insurance ;.And thit
besides your
tribute is to be paid foirf permission to trade.
Are gentlemen: willing to submit to ! this 4s
fQn the article of -wheat exported? you must?
pay in Great Britain a duty of I btlieye, two:
shillings sterling a buuhel,' before it can bere
exported; On the important article, of cdttc-ni;;;
they have: charged a duty ;.on:3;Cxpbnatbivf;
of nine pence sterling per lb. equal to the whole
valvie'.ot the article itself in Georgia or South Ai'V'1' -Carolina.
;This is " in addition, to the usual&v f
importidutf' ofi twol pcncer intthe poundV;.;
Thus if we wish to go to the continent, we may ; V ?
got'; on; condition- .ofpaying & tribute 'et7' 'tvii
to" the value pf the cottony in addition to risk "f ;X ''
or insurance- 'It is generally Understood that Q ,
trofthird of the cc?wcn, eaported by us, may '-- t ;C,
be consumed in Englaftd when all her maou'.'. '
lactures are in good work; .4Xjq the.Vre.main
nee tyNanC.H. anumues .
mk.'fei-v v, be p'utitt.ed.'A'Mrf-8vaidi;iit5 J m $htr,d th people) ,: the! Southern country:
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