RALEIGH, (N. C.) FRIDAY, JANUARY U,
Tixn sTAn,r ' , ;
JaJ Xirik-Cardino Slate Gazette,
. PaUiAed, wo, by
tAWULIS C K ii LEMA's . "
TEBMS. Smivripiy thr deOsrS aw
smsv Na- ur will b scat Ut aras
inwpf are- pail .lAwrtwww". ot t-
i w,. w. inxrurd ttwe tiara tar one
duilw, n4 treaty-ive w,, W
mi-AM letters w v
m'hU tn sta enter,
CnnUkibF Attronnnfkd Calenlatioos, itowint
tkc ritmf , rttiofr, pbteei tad Eelipm of U Sua
ml Mooni Moo"t phm( the rbrnft nOinr and
' Soothing of the m(Ml complmon Piaqeu and fix
rM Wd lenfOhof diri ad theTesUvali ofh
Cbarck of Enjriandi together wkh MjaeclUnvit
urticka, ntfful Eeceipe. Aadote, a Ut of the
oflieer of roTernment or the Uaited Sutesaad ot
74orth Omliaa, of the Membera of Aktemblf,
' t iraei of holding tUe different CovrU In -tit State,
- Price 10 ecnts each, "5 eenW a dozen, 4 dol
lar for half Rrosa, 7 dollar a groat, S3 dollar
for five hundred, and 40 dollar for a thotittod.
Order from Country Merchant jtnd o
ther ill be promptly attended to.
- ' lUleigh.8ept.22, 1826 r - " . ; y , ,
. Clerki Df: the' Sanerior Courts,
nu "4 www '
- And other Gentlemen holJinpSuhteriptifm to
the New. Map of North Carolina, are requested
. to return t1e tame by the lat of anoary next,
.Th w31 he b viWtu tn nrr.iietkt them. In the
mean,, time, to aueh .person' as ill he likely to
" natrone tie work, who havc tiot had an oppor
: tunity of dolntt to already. ,The price to non-
subscriber will be $10 , Very tew, however,
- more- than those subscribed for wilt be printed.
T wnnM nnr obiectinn that mar he mwed
- agninat eubseribmr, the Publisher wfslwa jt tn be
understood, tfiat none of the subscribers be
fc.lrf hmmd. if the Man is col correctlv drawn.
finished in die best manner, and of fle best
Fwmi the returns airesdjr received," the Pab
,.1WheT is warranted In heUewnpVthata fubanrln
- tion'e not less than one thousand names will be
. obtained hi North Csrolir.a, among whont are,
, His Excellency the GoTCi;nr, alt (he Officers of
the State'Gorernraent residing at the metropolis,
- the Me mber of both Houses of the Legislatnre,
i;!r proportfc," 'of the ProfetsionalGentJe
men, a large 'nanj'-ei if ftst most retpectable
, class of ckiienSjtl e 1,'ftntrs, and generally the
Merchants and Traders of pur Towns, to whom
W Vf wV"tl 'wiiVhi riM.
rable. ,r ' CT-.' . - " , 7 ..
The Publisher take thi opportunity to ec -knowledge
hi obligations, for tlie polite attention
which has "been unifirmjy paid to his applica
tions for asistauee in the prosecution of bit work,
and especially to. those gentlemen who have in
terested themselves in procuring the surveys of
.the several counties. Art information calcula
ted tn benefit the work will still he thankfully
received. 4." .'. JOHN MACRAE.
V Fayettvaie.: Dee, 18, 1826 . ' , " 9-2w
'; -Notice.;..- : .
Was committed to' the jail of Wilkes eounty,
on tue lSlh dsr of Aujrurt'lsst, It negro boy, who
: rllt himself HARRY, is 40 years old, oecufia
,tioo shoemaket, and also state he belcm-s ts
Mr. Fields, of Rockingham tonjity," ViFgiiua.
: Bald negro is remarkably black, about t feet 4 in
' rhet high and hick set. The owner it rcquest
" d to come forward prove prperty, pay charges
nd take him away; or lie will, be disposed of as
he law directs. . .,. ,
. . ' CHARLES PHELPS, .Tnor. '
. ,gT)t..4, lg!?6. . - 38-tf
( -.Jailor's Notice. ,
,: i'lt kn npVnd eemmitird o the JaH of New
Hanover eounty, o (lie tt innt. a negro lei'.ow
nnmed VVIuL1M,bmtVraoM aid ver
Mack, ami snys he lurmttly oelor gcd to James
KulcuVe,of Wabe ciimty, abuut 10 mitestrom
ricc tourt ri.inse, wirf 6io iiin t Mr. lu ek.
. H i-'ilatii, slid rnnaws).trnm Iiimie9t day
wVcn i hit war n tli mi(h"; .1 he owner is
rejueste4 tocr)mefrrwsrrt(roVe piojiq;-,iST
charge, anil tkeifl telinw wiv. : ; ,
- ' C(fALK3 II 10WWl5,"j9i1or.
Wilmington, N. C. May 4. I ll6. 90 t ;
, , ' TREASUURH'3 UEPORT, '':
j'ilicfollowingisan abstract of the docu-,-WMits
wliich accompanied?. the-late
7 AUual Report of tlieTreasurerof
'e?pi' if The IJo-H it of internal t - C
" r .Improvements, for the year ending -
isirtovemoerlRst, lS,f83 00
.ttpendttufe of ditto,.. ..38,413 20,
'Jk . 'j Jo. 2. ' ' m
? Reertpts for ths pVnmotion of Aeri-
; " cukuro and Homcrtie Manufce- ' .
turcs, for the year ending 1st Xov., ,'.'
4 L ,H8t' ;,:"- .. ll fi 98
-; Xitpendrtiires for litto, . tff
it'. ' I V nflOi. 8.,,; f,1 ' '
." An frhbU, fns.:5- the tito '-ation. f the Sitae
- JSank f AltrtftrCanUna 21 Aem. 1820. ,
. Specie;.. .2C1, 83 03 ' ' .-
" Poreign Notes nti Bills . "J,f f
of Exchange,!,. . .,190,C11 18 '.' i
. ' 458,484 21
' inie From Foreign Bank, . . . it . -.. .4,8122 S8
t Stat Batdc and Augusta Stock, taken i '
f w debt,..... ir,440 00
. fJue from the Stnte of N, Carolina, 83,906 1 1
t i .ti. IndWiduals,. t '. . . . ,2 676,021 TS
fitoekanpaid ; 1,450 00
, Ileal estate in banking house and It
land taken for debt, . , , .169,?64 41
."- ,'. X $3.4,242,53
" y ' .o"" 't 7 ' - Cr. .-'V . -i ,
.aptalStok; .......... ,.', ; . .i,600,0(X o
C.T"1i", 1 .,7..-..V.l,457,8I7, 93
profits, orft bf m bu-l. nf:..T.T.. j ..r )
' , December, .826,ii to be paidOin
rr4 fee Ud sVsbtt, 1J7, It
D.imi. l,iir W
, TTM. H. 1IAYWOOD, CUmv
Jte. 4. '
Siati tfJn.if.rrt oftkt Bank .VaV",
JW.SL IDJ. ' . .
IVbi!r rWkfNerroaa '
telmi. ky fee!, notes, k.. . . .MtCMd
IWsA r;T sums-tkaa rati Mate, ; "
oasutm j Wa-o eheata, plate, .-., . 3,188
Eeat , e inrstwf of ot ami t ..
aapravettta parties, lor the - ;
, purpose af tntiiactiaf the VssWs '
of tie httkabg,.. 0,0a
Brtcsfta, w , 93,137
BUWafEicikmfr.MKleotMcif Mher ;, 1
Stock,. 4 ... .......
Deposits J TV-....
Statement itX .tyjttijiftl Bank tAVwosm,
...-.. ' -lime au. tsssw - ; ; ?-.,...-
Debt dna the Bank of Nekera, Iron - -
iatUndualL by bond, ate. . k4 1.I5I.5J8
Rank property other than real estate.. ..3,18$
Real estate,. , . . .-. ....... ... . .405O
Speeie,. . . . . ..... .-. , 87,909
Bills of Exchange and note of other
' ' J 134,141
Debts aqd deposits,
Notes a Circulation,
......,. s..'.i!ri. 800,000
'J ' - 65,128
j - -r y . i 1,794,143
, , - If. C. STEPHENS, Coewer.
Sank fJVewiern, Jfcc, 1, 183(5. ;; 4
- 11 No." K' ' '
i'fai of the Bank f Cape-Fear, $ahtrday, the
- - , i Hit Deo. 1623.
Capital Stock paid In;, , . v ! . T92.000
Note of this Bank in circulation, 607,270
Deposit, . " - - . , . - ms - -7i,6S2
Dividend nnpaidM . .j - - 6,303
Amount due to Bank,' 80,987
Profit and Loss, or iurphis,v - 4 - -. .V '7623
Specie on hand, " s, r . "
Funds at the North,"' -
Due by Banks f North-Carolina,
Notes of Bank ou band, ' . ' . ::
Real Estate, - ' p
vi - ' t,103
- ' 87,082
Bills of Exchange.
i)ebt consisting of Notes disccmoted ) i
' and Judgments, . v '. , f, J 86,009
JUtia IIIU,' LoA
, - ,Mntt tSMj' -:-:"v- n .
Capital Stoci, tf .-'"- - , , 92,000
Notes of thtf u, in Circulation, . ' 497WO
Dividends anpaHi, ;
Ammtnt due tn Banks, -Profit
and Loset or turplus,
Specie, r r .
Fund at the I'oHh, ... .
Due by Bank in North-Carolina, ...
Note of Banks on band, - -
Real Estate, ' ' ' - - ' ,
Bills ofExchange,' w .
Debt, consisting of Note discounted
W. ANDERSON,4, Cwhjiny
1 ; SENATE,. : a,
v . TuedayJan. i.V
M past tweK"i o'clock,' th Tic?
President not appearing to- take the
Chair nf theSenate"' ! vr Y'y. " ,
Mr. If ottuett rose and, addressing the
Secretarv. nloved that ilie Senate pro
ceed, fo the ejection of :a President pro
-The question, being put to Senate
by the Secretary the motion w$9 agreed
to; flem. con; and, on "countin;,lhe bal
lot, it appeared that the vvliole numb
lvetv in was ftirty-sii-necessary to k
choice-,, twenty'-Zouf. '. .The following
wan the state t the yotc
ror Mr. .Macn,
13 p ;
, k For Mr., Smith, f6 Maryland,
V Scattering,, . ,,; S'y,' I
Mr. aconJlarn,receivcd a rtia-
jorftjr of' thej wol" number, of votes
given, wa ueclnreutiuiy eleaeaiiW
sidentf the Senate pro tempore, and
being conducted to the Chair, made his
acknowjedgmentii to the Senate for the
honor conicrrcd oo . him, "and. took his
aeat. 11 jr l j f ,
- A bill providing for report' of deci-:
aions in. the Supreme Court of the United
States was feportedrom the committee
on the Judiciary.: 'The consideration
of . Abe . Bankrupt Bi11 was -resumed.
The bill was further amended, and
ordered te to reprinted," with ali' the
accompanying amendments. ;, ' v" ,
' ;i Wednesday, Jan.S.'
The resolution- submitted some days
"S0' by Mr. Johnson, of JCy, for an
inqufiy into tfie 'cxpediejcy of estab
lishing aq Avrnory Oft 'tlje Western
patera, together wilh' several amend
menfSj proposing . an examination of a
number (f different kites for the above
purpose, was considered and agreed to.
The bill for aboli'diing imprisonment for
debt was taken up; and after th( adop-i
oa, w ue-Jimenomen', Trpone jrotn
the" Select Ccmnjitfer",' it wi iuaii the
special order pf the day for Tos4ay the
loib icst. . -
. ' 'Thvrtdt, JmHffrji 4.-.
Tl; bill to jwtrtMs) ff baling eri
dence in the Court'of the United start
In certain easea, was takea op St tJom-
lmitt.ee of llf VIole, aqd on coopering
theameodiKnts oSerea oy in vomrett
te, Mr, Van Euren laid, that the object
of tbe bill . wa to yrovidt metas
wherebf CotBro;i oners ooU obtain
evidence,' freed front aomo stiSealtiet
hich thfy now labnred under. By the
eiisting law, the privilege was only con
didonaT.aoJ merely permitted tl Canj. !
misaioner to take aCWavita, and Ul
held the power, of cotntrainirg the ip-
pearanceof witnesses. Jf tirjroeral,
(aw tUtt Dower belonged U ll..Vi?2hef
courts, & to them only.Tliialaw, fww. ;
ever, .went to 'establish the- authorities
of Cummntotrers to compel the attend
ance of witnesses and tie prodactiow ol
papers, and the measure ys considered
a salnlary one,', Tb committee had of
fered amendments to limit the power ot
the commissioner, in enforcing the pro
ducjtion of papers; and also to regulate
the pay ment of the feei to witnesses. : ;
wTbe amendment were then concur
red in. -and the bill was ordered to be
engrossed. V ,4t av-v-
Tlie bill from the House of Represen
tatives to permit the importation of spi
rits in. small casks,' was read the 1st
and 2d times, and referred to th Com7
mittee onr Finance. , v "S
Mr. Rowan, of Kentucky, introduced
a bill . to - limit and restram the juris
diction of the United States Courts, in
Certain cases, The Bill authorizing the
sale of, the reserved Salt Springs In the
State of M issouri,'. was passed . The
BilJ for diminishing the dott on import
ed Salt, was read v . second time and
postponed tq Monday. Mp. Reed sub
mittcd a resolution proposing an inquiry
into tbe expediencr of increasing the
salary of the Postmaster General. .' ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
" , f. Tuedayt Jan. & . ..
i Mr. Webster reported a bill to eitao
lish a uniform system of Bankruptcy,
which he save notice of his Intention to
calf Jup . 60 Wednesday :,the'.jrth iof
January. Mr; Ldvingston ottered a rg
RoTtitinn apwpt-Utfog 0Hd"ttV'i'ai lor
the relief of tlie u reeks, whien was laid
on the table, and ordered to be printed
Mr. Hamilton offered a resolution on
the subject of compensatiofrTp ttucb as
had suffered under the Alien and Sedi
tion Laws, which he gave notice of his
intention to call up on Monday the 15th
of January." The'bill to provide, for the
importation of Brandy in casks of, not
less capacity tnaa titreen gallons was,
after some discussion, ordered 4o be
engrossed in jhe9in in which it was
reported by. the Committee "onXora
merce, ana read a inmi time to-uavv
. 1 1 ' ''. ; JVkdnctdav. Joint's!
', -Hie Uousp were occupied in the
furthcrdiscuSsiori of the Brandy Iin'
portation Bill, .which was passed, by' a
vote of 1C6, to '67; tlie Avwaad Noes
havihff tieen tsken," on ue rnotiun of
ir. ivremer st
t Atterfroui tliePVaster'G'enerar,
transmittina a slatenieht'- of the ctt
amount of postage accruins'1 at eacl
Post Office in the United States for 'the
year ending 51st March,- 1836,; and
shewing the. hett amount accruing, in
each' Stale and Terrii0ry-'R''fcrred to
tbe 'Committee on -the Pos.Office and
Post' Uiads.;. '-,rr f',A' v
.The .fallowing I the rccapifufalinn of
the statement referred to in4hcpre
cedtns entrr, imd exhibits the ' netf
amount, luf 1'oRtase - whiclv' accrued " in
each State and lerntorv for th vc6r
which' ended on the ,3 st March,. 1826
'. iNewjr.orK . ..,i ,; aais.aoo iar
v Maine t s,. '., '
.' Vermont - - :'.
'.02.42S 93 '.
t ,sr.64o' ri ,
v 4,690 93 1
avj av-inuviiygiuv g .
' Rhode Island
Connecticut '. f
'New Jersey "
Maryland ' ;,"
t Pennsylvania '.
' Ohio ,..'
a see ft tic f A
' Micjiigan Territory " 1 ,f 3 61
Virginia - 'A i "..If 67, 293 81
North Carolina 24.505 03 ,
SouthtCartlin ;'" ' 44,rG3 65
. . 23.111 64
';' '127,47? 1 36 -'
" 2.446 64--V
1 4 T8 092 58
' "I '4,996 23"
."Ten nessee " 1 ? 'V ' t
l-Indiana,.' ; ;ff,
,'Mi8oui.,'- 'tAi -
'' Florida Territory.
TJistvJct of Columbia
' " 785 65 .
9,574 '97 ,
Grand XcJai - 8912,891.08
Mr. Little, from the CtKjmittet -pointesl
eq the subject, rvportird Use ful
lowing Km; , . ,
It it tcte4. tit. That, fionsanj sftrr the
11 Atj of March,- 183V d aXier ll.e tViih'
cenws shall he hern taken the trporttoi
ant of the ItewesriiU'ares sl.sll be ta the r
tioof me Itrprt seats to every si sty thou
aastd persoas is each State, computeH aocor.
d ng t the rule prcsonbail bj tJ Consutu
tiottbeCnue Sta." V -
The bill was twice read, ami made
tlie order jjf the Hay fr to-morrow. "
Oa tntioo of Mr. yaite, of Florida,
it was .4 ... . . ; .;v
Jtru'ttiL That the Committee cn Ia4ias)
Atiairt be Instructed to iixniira into th eape-
dici.cT ot provUlinf bv U f Jt the removal of
tbe Florida Iwliama, 'j ; .,' I
liovae thra went into UommitUe ;
Of the Whftfe, M r. Ctmdkt ra t he hvr,
oo tbe Bill Torlhe relielor the urvying
Qftcersof tbe Uevolutionary Vzri and,
after considerable debate, the commit
tee rose, reported progress, and obtain
ed leare.toaU again. f j T'
k:k y v ?,. 'IWAry, JqL 9s'
The i .Hose of Uepresentivea was
engage on the bill to provide for the
surviving officurs of fjte: army of the
re.volutii which was acted on in Com
mitt ee of the ''.Whole. The aroeodatory
bill, reported by Mr, Bgrgcs.'Stnd moved
by him at an amendment to the original
bill, provbling for the oftlceri only, was
rejected! and the-bid bill, which em
braces hotly officers and ildierS, passed
through the Committee,' and was report
ed to the House with the blanks tiled.
Legislature' of N , CarcJinrC
; ' ' , " SENATES
;; " v-v . " ' . Thuttday; Jan: Ai
Mr. Kins nresented ' sundry resolu
tions on the subject of deeds for the
conveyance of - land, deeds of trust.
mortgages "and bill of sale; which were
relerred to tbe Judiciarv committee.
Mr. Ura v presented the memorial 01
VV. lytle ot lennessee., lttlerred to
the committee ot claims. " '
. ..... j .i
1 Mr. M'MilIan nresented the petition
oi Mary rwius, praying tor a yivorce
m wis i i .. . a .
Keterrculotne committee on iiiat sud
v; Mr, Ui'aT presented the memorial o:
1 Manumission Societv of this State,
prarine that a law be passed to probib
it ttte-iotradBPtich r Staves jnta. thw
Slate. Referred to the" committee on
that part of tie Governor's message re
latins to the migration of free riersons
9( color into this State. ' t.'.'jf
A select joint committee was appoint
ed on that part of the, Governors mes
sage, wliich relates to the amendment
of the Constitution of the United States,
as to the abolition of slavery and the
resolutions therein referred to,' consist
ing on the part of the House, of Messrs.
Hill of Wilmington,' Rr II.'. Jones,
Morchead, Iredell and Greene, and on
the part of 'the "Senate, of MesfrP
Speight of' Greene, Pickett M'Kay,
Forney and Sneed.';.V-,- v'.'" f
Mr. Roberts presented a bill to- a
mend an act passed in 1 8141 to allow
pay to tlie. Jurors of the Superior and
Countv Courts of Surry: Mr Foreman
a bill to establish a Poor Uouse in Hyde
county; Mr. Tyson, a 'i)ill'to authorise
Benjamin W, Williams of Moore' coun
ty to erect a bridge across Deep River;
and Mr. Hill, of Franklin, a bill for the
relief of securities and endorsers- in
certain, eascsj; which were read the
first time, and the latter referred to the
Judiciary committee. ... v7r;'" , ;
; Mr. Snqed presented the' resignation
of Tlio'maS YvV Norman,: Colonel Com
martdarit of the' Militia of Granville. --
The Senate centered upon the orders
of the Jay,-'' and resolved itself into a
a committe'e of, flic whole, Mr, Stokes
in the chair, on the unfinished business
of.vestetdav. tha contested clectioti of
JosiaU ;Tysort. 1 ', - -V - -",
' The Committee safs'ontil hrec.o'.
clock, whea. it roseandreported the
following resolution as an amendment,
which was a2rped. to--yeai 52,naya 29
p RfflwS, That Josiah Tyson is entitled to
a seat" io thiallOuse, as die "Senator from the
countyof Moore. '." j " ' v'' ;
' - - : u Fridm tJan.3. '
' ; Mr. Debefry presented the petition of
L-J. a. W A II . i . A. .-i J.... .:
lloswcll, King, oijiviomgoraery praying
for a grant of land fur he purpose.- of
raising a large flock of sbeep. -Refer-rod
tn tn a select commhtec. W ' -
l Mr. Forney , from the Committtee of
' ... . "i
I'roposuinns ;aiiu; uncvuncca, ituvncu
a resolution in favor of Elizabeth Har
ris, of . Worreo; wliich was "iead 'the
firsttime. -;' :;-:,
The bill to establish New Hope Aca
demy, in. Edgecombe county the bill to
incorporate Roanoke Chapter .No; '4,
in Halifax; the bill to amend, an act
passed in J8l5, .relative to the town ot
Charlotte in Mecklenburg; the bill to
rencal an act passed' at the. last session
compensating the gtand jurors of Aahei
and the bill concerning ceriain bfDccrs
of DavUlstui countv. were read hfe tbird
time, andVd'eredtobe eonedi.
The bill to attend aa act pausl In
1SJ4, a'lowirj pay to the Jurors of tlie"
Superior and Coanty Courts ef Surtv'j
and tht bill to establish a poor boase !
the county f Hyde, were rtid the
3d time and ordered to be er flatted.
The bifl aothnris'ng the curarowsiori.'
ere of Fayetteit! taajpoint special
lattice of tbe Peace, and to amend tha
3t) scrtion of an act p-nnsed n 1821,
for the better regulation t the towa ef
Fayettevillee, ytt "read the aecon
tip, and laid on the hW. ' .
. The bill ti a uhorisa, "IVWiK
tiams, of Mour to erect a bri'teoa
hi own land, was read theaeceatfiim'
and" referred fa the committee on Fro
positions and Unevaoces.
presented r. jUBn.ll
41 sirlilmrv,". -et;.ti..V tevu'.MSi
a Taroptte li-ad in the countv f Hay- :
wood lleaa ana memd to the torn ."
mittee on Internal Improvement. ' '
A message , wai received Jrqni the .
House of Commons, statins that ther '
had passed a bill.to authorise the Coun
tr Court of Colawbus to appoint aa
Overseer and hands, fup (he purpose of
clearing out and rendering navigable, " '
Big S warn p, from LennQo?a Bridge to.
Lamber Jitver; a bill to authorise tha
Trustees of Spring Grove Academv, in ,
.1'. a... J ' J? m
Anaoei ciHirujjto raise pj- war ol lot
terr 25000; and a bill to amend an aoe ' V
passed in 181; to incorporate Clintott .
icauemy in Sampson county; wluclu.
bills were rea the first time. f . '.'
1 he senate proceeded to the order of .
fbe day yit. the bil vesting the right
of clcctinir SherifT in the ri!nr!." ' ' ' r-
Air,, Montgomery moved that tha
consideration , of the bill be postponed
to Tuesday next: w hich was carried.' j
fhe bill to authorise; the Trustees ot
New Hope Academy in Anson countyJ- i-
to raisejBuw py way oi jottery, nar
ing been read the second time, Mr t
Jovner -: moved to a-mcrd lhe bill by -
adding , prorlsb; that the , Trustees )
should sglept three persons from among1 t
themsel vei to cqrid uct the lottery.' Mr. '
Spejght,; of Greene.' moved to post -ponec.Jhe
bijl indefinitely; but after-!
wardsnal the suggestion' of Mr.' Seaj
well, withdrew hia motioiij and the " "
motion to lay . the bill, and amendment ;
proposed . by Mr. Joyner, on th6 table!
was carried. ' Mr. Seawel( then sub
mitted the following resolution, which.
, was sdsttsfcv , - -i
Retolved, That tha committee on education ;
be Inst ruoted-to enquire intd the esnedien.t '
cy of raising by lotter)', the sum of g630,0t)0
to be distribute?, gl 0,000 to each county.' '
. A message from the House of Com;' '
mons, proposing to ballot for a Public; V
Printer for tlie ensuing year to-morrow -and
stating ; that Lawrepce & Lemay
are in yiominao'on. . The proposition
was concurred in, and, on motion of
Mr. Fe&well, Joseph Galea & Son were
added to the nomination-. - . ' i ;
Mr. Sea well, from the committee to whom
was referre.the hill, relative to the migration
of free persona of colour into this State, ra- "
ported the same with an amendment to strike ' .
out the lost seetiun. The Amendment was a
dopted, and the bill ordered to be printed,
and was made the order of the day for Wed
nesdaynext. i ' - ."
. Mr. Croom presented a bill to estaMiib
Cambridge Academy in Lenoir eounty; and to
incorporate the trustees thereof.'
j On motion of Mr. Forney, It as ' ' ' .
' Itwlyed, That a joint select committee be'
appointed to present a memorial to Congress,
to extinguish the Indian title to at! the lunds -belonging
to this States within tha limits of
the Cheroke nation. i'; , v ').
'fl ' V'v Saturdny January Ql
,r Mr. Pickett, from the Tudiciary Committee
to whom waa refer(e1 the bill to make print'
ed acts printed by the Printer of the Statsv
evidenai'ii Couru of jostice", reported tha
same wilh ml amendment, which was agreed
to, and the bill read the third time and order
ed to be engrossed. ' 1 ' -
Mr. Pickett, from the same eommittee, re .
ported bill to explain' and amend an act, '
passed i.k lg22, authorising tbe County Couttf
to require administrators ajid others to. giro
counter security upon the petition of those st-, "'
curitieaj which passed its first reading.. ,
' Mr. l'ickett, from the same eomnrltij re-v .i
ported the bill regulating tlie dutj of Viand "
Jurors with rtK?!rd to presentments ft,t affrays, '. -and
assault and battery, with ail amendment! "
which was aga;eed to, ; , -' , ,'; ;
Mr. Pickett from the samev committee, 're
ported a bill to amend the' Emancipation ,
Laws; which was read Hie fn-st time. , , " "
' Mr. I'orn'ey, from the eommittea of Pfopo.
attions and Grievances, reported tinfavorably
on the petition of sundry citizens of Rowan, ,
On tlie subject of tbe Election of Conbtuble.
The bill cuncrrninq; t'e appDintmjr.t of a .
special Justice ot the Peace, for the. toVn of
Kayetteville, was read the second time, and aV
mended on motion of Mr. KUiott, and, on mo
tion of MrMiller, ordered to lie on the tafde. '
Mr. Hill, of Franklin, from the committee ' f
apbointed to conduct the balloting for a Pub'. . '
tlic Printer, rtOTted tlmt Lawrence & Lemay; , .
were only "eiecteo i ne Tsenate reiusea to
concur in tlie scpoi-t, in consequence of itap-.
pearlnc that there were more ballots given 51
than there were voters. On motion of Mr. ,
Speight, of Greene, a message was then sent '
to tjie House, of Commons, informing them '
that the Senate du not concur' with & r-porl
of tbe committee appointed, to superintend
the election of Public Printer-" that Law-,
rence & Lemsy are duly elected," because.; S
it annears. bv the said report, that 187 br."ota
were given, when there were b'U 185 v t(; (,
and proposing that another buloUi,g fori
Public Printer taie placa irr.tnediately''