RALl;iGH, (N. C.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, tszft
Vol. XV II K"
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Til K STAR,
LAW R EN t E & LEM AT.
N nm will be tent vKImmi h
1 SO it paat niiiniw.iiKiwi"':
tieard, hut at tie opUosi of il.e Editor, iea aii
Mtsrcr r paid. .Wtrriwi, -mm
iVi, iasertre three tW lor one
dollar, and .eaty-i " ,
nee All letter to the eddora ma" r
fl .ifoglM City r Jan. 1 1
THE EIGHTH OF JANUAKY.
Tic glorious chieement of thai
slay were fomrrtemwated. in a 11101
n4enlid in City, on ihe 8th
iiUtanf, by an elegant Public Dinner,
t William"' Hotel. .The cnnianv
rqnnsiH ff Cow Member of Cwn
.,Oeiitle'4en fni.s tint eoautrjr. t
gellier with Mr. Calhoun, the Vice Pre
sident, ami General Johut Coffee, of
Tennessee the two latter at invited
-uesU. We can Fsfely aj, that in
int of number and individual respec -.
lability, we have never known any
thin; "of the kind, in thi country, u
piM ior to it upon any similar occasion.
Hie President of the United States,
and the venerable Charles Carroll, (of
Carrollton) of Baltimore, the sole sur
viv of the Signers of the Declaration
of Independence, were alio invited as
jurats, but both declined the invitation
the latter because of his age and in
firutities, and the severely of the sea
The day was ushered in by a federal
salute of twenty-four guns at sunrise,
which was repented at noon. Captain
Wilson volunteer .corps patriotically
turned out to aid in doing honor to the
occasion, notwithstanding the incessant
rain which fell through the day.
At six o'clock, P. M. the company
repaired to the dinner room, iheen d uy
a patriotic air, which was sliuck up by
the Marine Band, in full choir, at their
entrance, and continued until they had
taken their state. General John P.
Van Ness, and Oeneral PlYlip Stuart,
(a Hero of the Revolution,) acted as
Presidents, assisted by Dr. Thomas
Sim, Col- Henry A slit on, and Dr. il
liam Jones.as Vice Presidents. During
the dinner. the company enjoyed the
imkI rfidwhtiul music, at short intervals.
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. L . n ... ...... . I . -it it' I.U IIAMlll ll
DUllluer Ul UHl&lS nrnuiam, miaiij
with the most cordial enthusiasm, and
with frequent bursts of acclamation and
applause. We have room only lot- ihe
The Jghtliof.lanuary, 1S15, tr.e ebiy we e.HeT
brate. It was a clay of e;lory and triuniph It our
country; of contusion and dismay to her enesiuies.
JurJtrou' March 6 guns.
General Andrew Jackson, "The Her" who
br.s filled the meas-.ire of his country's (tloij;"
The highert honors of a grateful People are due
.to him. Hail to the Chief- 6 guir;.
This toast having been drank, Juilj;e
White, of Tennessee, rose and address
ed tho company as fi.l Witts:
Crntlemen: Kesiding hi th:tt State, -nh'v h has
the pood fortune t.i",iavc, as one of its citizen?,
the indh iilunl to whose serviees the ft iUiiiu nt
iti t ex,n-esed, apjilies: and, hnviiig succeediil
Dim to a puM.r ntntkn; hav 1 shull l,c ';ar
doneii ivhen I obey the dictate of those feelings
it has inspired. Indeed, 1 am persuaded, neith
er Tennessee, nor my countrymen now present,
-.vnuld readily excuse me, if I did not immediate
ly trnder to thin company our sincere acknowi
riirnir uts for the expression of such a seutin.ent.
'1 tie late war was declared m itli the hearty an
sent rf Tennessee, 'he believed the honor, an well
a the interest ot the Ijniteu Stales, required it.
WheB declared, its successful prosecution be
camesn object of primary importance. Although
few hi uuu.tx ; s, her citizens were willin;; to coii
tribute all in their power -tow ards e"'ectiiatiii
the veat otiject. 'I hat citizen, who had never
deeeivetl her, was nauu-ally loi ked Jo ag the lea
der of the a: ray she Mas able to furnis-h. This
brought ii nenil Jackson into the field. Tbe
imetjiialled ability with hich the Creek var was
eomliicted, to a succe. sful termination, placed
bim auiun); the officers of our regular arrr.v. To
nna ujis committed the almost hopeless tusk
otecung t!:e cutliein country, and theloucr
;sskipj,i. 'j ins bi-oolit with it difficulties.
toils, and dangers, the thoughts of which woiihl
luve appalled and rendered Useless alnjft anv
otlier man. ot so with him. A liem ml. edu-
h MU.iiit' sclioot , bis mind cxjiamtect so
astn comprehend evcrv tbinp; connected with his
titualion, he may ha said to have created, as well
as concentrated, his annv, at Uie time and pi: c
MOrt proper. He lutnu lt supplied the imple
ment! of war, which his Con i innent hnd not i.tn.
ced Within his reach. The hone of trial nmr.
The veterans of Europe were nut on the plains
CI ew Ui ;o.;!is. 1 he prize was worthy the rou-tr-ft:
the lienor, this r ufetv, the liberty ci'ilit ?v
tion were ht itake. " The auty r.nU booty of
hvw uiiuiuk, iiiii.-. s-ii I,, Hiiuiitunai UHtucenieiits
to the imadii.jc foe. Tlie result was worthy ol
freemen. AwtU.rv, unequalled in the bist'oi-v
of modern wart'u e, as obtained. The r'.uropcan
buin-lt were plm-Ued li-om the "invincible,"
Wii placed Upon Jie brows of Americans, where,
i bedewed J early, with such sentiiiienu as you
lSe exprciised, they w ill reiutuu evvrgrecu iu-
ueea. , -r
These questions have frequently occurred ,to
pie, when refiei tii.g upon this victory juid fl
consequences. 1 slate tliem, now, w ithout wish-
ir an answer, well knowing I have Uie pleasure
bcinsriiasociated.ul this tble. with some who
will u.et their full force, and can, from experi-
answer uiem. V liat were IU; teelings,
VllM theliOIies anitTenrs nfrho ritiT.pns of New
Orleans, on the nieht of tlie 7lli of January'
.f uuonuic bid, whUe the stid Ot death wat
K,ng wward, the roar of tauskeOy" ano
tlie th Aider of cannon," souiidiugin their earr
hat the transition, when Lone was changed to
reality, ani tlie new reeehci! that all wa afe',
our eountiymcn were victorious ' I change
the acune l the City hrwtirti we are now anscm
led, atvd fitk. the pctriota el Uiat dar, those who
kaJ MwWjrlSMile. aW f mm m
ku m war, wWa wetw totv toricv Wm
sniot f?i murf af Kew IMrmiva tctl4 l
ikw dx Idk of J awry ahoalit m e-aunrav
oru aW rtMU UnvManat shewtd In? '
Bat 1 do kyJr U tke arstaatewt nuare
mtmc4, M well as to kiaw, to wbo-1 f wpira,
by dwelbof pna a topic, wtsick aABrrVatt
Ut iSe tffmtity la tnrrrt. Let taxi, tor
awemsnkt. " vamt NwnlWtjn, aa inciooot whisli
marks, a Ji dutflKtaraa, Km rae akwaater.
Ta atree Um aoMtry, k liraair rfewarr to
Miprnd tlie civil, and U drclar and ef.(ur thr
martial lar. In .aif Uui, tme of lha Jwtprs
M'rnoaed the eoowoamlm- tirwvrsJ had bin
Kiilty of a eentemft. Tb war csnrr, pewre re
st nrt-d, the mppoie-J ofteo 'rr at called inta
Cowrt, t answer ihrthe oflesrac. An answer
was nrnpnaed, and trmirrrd, wbwh K was op
posed wawld jiittit tho act complaioed of. Thr
Ju.lufl wowhl not een permit at to he read.
Perrahrinf the crowd to manifest some indifrna-1
ti n at tlie apptreot injustice, hr srai about to
tnnnK rrom maxim nis raetinaira uow, upon
diseowrini; abich, the Grnrral aildretsed hini to
the fnHwin; eft.'vt: Be njit alarmed: to secure
the adramittratKm of justice, waa one of the
blsv'rSn' have toiled anl bled
Kired.l-rhe tuA arot whirh defended New
mm, Vill prjlrTtynnbtthedissihaisaof your
duty." Tin incident untold bis whole cha
racter. I us love of couutry tne rolinr motive
of all lus ac ts. In its service he has been otteo
employed, and in the various stations; and I put
thr question to the whole world. On hat occasion
lid be stop short of the highest expevlatious
formed of him '
The majority of us hare heard of hii service,
and think we understand their extent; but jmr
who art urvt prttrnt, will attest the truth of what
I any, w hen I state, tout none but those who
hared his uimculties, toils, and perils; none but
those who were witnesses of his conduct, can
estiinste them at their true value.
I tender you my sincere thanks forth estimate
which ron have been pleased to put upon them;
nd ask the favor of Riving a Toast, which I know
lnHh you and he will approve:
Tlie People of 4be United Ttates 1 their
unbiassed decision all may safely ccnfi le.
The Federal Constitution; a holy W"U hunt ot
State Hovereijrnties, and cemented with the blood
of '76, to fortify our eonntry ajaiust the assaults
of ambition. Uihtt if .'Ian I pint.
The President of the t'nitijd States. J'rexi-
The Vice President of the United States.
PrtniU-nCs JiUsrch 3 iru.
The State Governments Capites of defence
to the w all of the Constitution, .fumc i sruiir
The memory of (ienenil (ieoi-tfe Wadiii'ion:
Let eulojrv spni-eher labors. Solemn l),r?r.
. The memory of Thomas JefT rson, the ini
mortiil anthur of the Deelaration of Independence,
ami t!.e benefactor of ntankind-Tbc world w as
a proper theatre for such au actur. Solemn
The memory of John Adams. II13 extin
guished Uevolotionary services w ill ever be re
membered. S'lemn Dirtre.
James Madison. His virtues, his talents, and
his public servic.es, are the, firm pillars of his
fame. JWaUan's SifarchS tf'uti.
Tlie Sijtners rA the Declaration of Indepen
dence, of whom the veneriibleMJharles Carroll,
of Carnllton, is the S"le survivor. We award
tthem eternal honors. Wanluiietori1! Mat ch
The Cipennnti, the Wa hinfrtons, the Jacksona,
Sfrte r,-rwrWT:o, Ktv-rcTswfay'y4j, iiiiiiukI
the sword in war, and iu peace returned to tlie
plough. Sweet H'tm 3 srwi.
. 10-ait 6 and Caial.); ligaments 01 union to uio
States. v)u'c 3 pins.
A:r.erie:in " beauty;" a fit reward for its gallant
(K l'cn.U r;;: Booty" they despise, ILute to the
Mci!iL:!.jt. 3 jjuns.
After the regular toa3 had hem
dianl., aciompauicd by the music and
guns, the Vice President gave, as a
irrM i.-.iiii- hnnisliv and feai-lesslv def.lnd-
lie then retired
and General Van
otic of tin
I're-id ni, gat.-
ruc.t, John C. Calhoun
Our d 'UntH!! bed
He F:i:iles at the drawn dagger ami i.ehes its
General ('ofiee thet g ive as a 'o.tst
The City of Washington, the .Metropolis of a
great and growing hi publ.c: The ati'ection and
t isti'i inir rir.x! of the country should be extended
towards her, to htrer.gthi 11 her in growth, and
preserve to her a rcpublnan leeling and action.
Al'ler Gen. JC. had retired, Dr. bini.i
one of tlie Vic; Prcv.i'e' is, gave
tu'iieral Jolm Colter, our much respected
Curst the i xcelk iit citr.i n in peace; tie gallant
and intrepid soldier in war: tb friend uticlcoiiti
dant of the Hero ; Jrleans. I
By tlit lion. A. Stevenson, of Virginia. l,on
ialan'a She cH.iie to us by Tr 'lit; a id Alliance;
but slieb::d bound bersclt to a b) he. uluod; e
had her asnur Sister.
Jt'l tint I'.ijii. Mr. Cambreleng Our country
and our Conrt,tiitiun .May the latter be, in lSiJS,
as ably dei'euiled a the former w as on the Sth J uri
nary, lSti. - .,'
My G'iVi. S:msrt, (one of the Presidents)
Commodore liaiiifl'iulel" . mol accomplished
and pliant Ifeto, exiled frcm his country; by the
intrigues of a miilignaut fiu't on. Bright beams
of glory, ht.ll Ciitjxie the brows ot ihe war iO: n
Jiif'ihir Hit. M. Peter -Washington ar'l
Jackson. Military Clueltains" ili.nored and
v;, nei! fji- iaiitiil fcud piiuiotic services.
liy Can. f'uu.Mvi W m. 11. Ci-awbird The
liontbt, able, and ii.anauimous natetman.
the Lun. Mr. tcrti The State of Missis
sippi She u true to the Union 111 the moment
el Hunger; the Cn.i ii w-ill be true to Iter in ih
ptriou of ;iu ir proKperitv. '
J'y Ci..t. h. C. JVViiie Genen.,' Andrew
Jackson, Uie (brii;litet star ill this western hem
isphere By calculation it wdl be at nicridu 11
aeiubt on L 4di of Mareb. IsiLt.
liy the flotu M: Mclhiji.- Vie Pepple of
uie oiplc.cl 01 toiumuia "uiiucr uie iinpuisv ui
a loity and disinterested patriotism, Uicy rejoice
in the glories, and do honor to the benefactors of
the country. May tiny be aptbdJy raised from
their political detrradat on, and rebtoi-ed to all tlie
lnivileL-es of tb reimblic.
uy Vbt. Tmcsm I lie hecond V ar ouuue-
peniience eoinmrncnced by Calhoun, ended by
Jackson, in which wisdom, value, aud patriotism
Ji'jr Caft. Core, ran Wm. II. Craw ford lie
aas passed uuhun siitlst die poisoned sitow s cf
poutwai epcmies, and now stands a proud nionu
ment of the invulnernbilhT of virtue
By fi n., S. Mason. Em. of Vh-einia The
Prcsii'eiit's Palace a. hickory broom in lieu, of a
bjliai 1 table.
Economy is u good thing,
liood iit a subject, better in king.
ly Col li. . John Randolph, of lto.ia
we A viituous p'airkit and eonsiiteht States
man. He wield the flartfinTSWOitl of the Anjrel
Gabriel, and, with the flashes of its edge, scat
ters confusion and dismay through the unhallowed
rauks of oveiweentnj ambition.
It I?. Jr. rWrkasa. Iri nrrUmm
vatte our biaeat aba, aasd fmrf4J4 mVi
omr hi(M- knpe. r '
B Ar Jhm. J. C. WVna.' TW frl an.
rw avirv BAMrrtTT, tis.si'.haaUr,
Hla4 rvrry iIubk M rcstr'hirtavrrva aaausyi
that, btaisird, hahW aciaow blk-c4 ih wprr
ar Imt cn d laws.
it U .. Mr. .turwAA-.-J. hm Q. AiHma,
m 1&19. the detWu' Andrew Jackson. , TW
By It. P. Iha.p, r7-Th 9ih ffj.nisary,
tllit lloaac and j.itVe r the Militiarr ltn,
tain whose skill and vwjo.-, ttpn tha I'vv, rwvr
iupena-le y ti oof counter. Mkrnor
unto t'ariar the th.rri that are Vwv'."
iry thr Ihtt.Afr. M-ort I ewerwl John Adar,
thr brave anre. of tieneral Jatksna aa the
defence af New 0. 'ean til wa filar his t-Minirr.
Rf Mr. .l'6en lu'rar, of Aleviwlrwu
Ceoruw Washinjsinn and Tltomaa Ji (Tenon,
Andrew Jlii and '-Jin C Ualbown: M oturv
and eivil patriots, all equally purr, all m tifit
turn equally ealomniatetlr an Inngaa the live of
the latter shall be co itimrt, the principles of th
former will he preaerwd to their country. j
Kg JIujtr T. A .lsdrtas . John C. Cal-1
Amidst the forma of power, (he trkof ntato,;
"Krarveas, reHred, astd afs' .-r ) Ar !
In va niaj'fnaat rat-nur e-tawr rLi-t'
"He -Zm.. cret on eoinafraWit Wwd,
"The clouds tbt r;r tt ibsrwre rite mbuf day t
" R fleet its splendor and dissolve away.
Ann wncntnru'irm is husnum instant years J
" .-oesonthv rravethrul meet and inmrle tear.
Cal. J.' S. F.:lii. Jolm C. Cclhmiis his
country's elonr his best praise
By Mr U m. Prentin.-ffrnrr Clitr and
Andrew Jacks vi the one a political, the'etk -r
a military genius: ci nfi ntl u their rt ecti'e
spheres, let them not di-turh the beautiful har
mony of tlie political si stem.
By a GentlmmnCer.rrnlJiick-on,i Offiee,
Vo. 131 tlie next prize in the p liticai lottery.
-,Bu a Ontlrman The noble State of Soh
Carolina the Brst to reward the merit of she
Hlnstrimis Jefferson and Jack son.
By the Jim. Mr. Poll:, ofTr.nnesstr The
Union of tlie States the re probation of an indig
nant country awaits all thosewhnmavntten.pl
10 uiKinm 11, oy exeitmg seetionaj jeatousn e
tween the N'orth and the South, the Kn-t t.iid the
West, between the slave u ilding k the nuii-sUve
It 11 Mr. Jf. Peal?. fJon. Andrew Jaeksn
the S'ulemnn and Hero well done th i "ond
i.nd faitii'ul Servant; t on hist been 'S.lblul ov-r
a ferv things; we the People, will make thee
ruler over many.
H'i UtntrnaTit F. Forret.-The. Mai) of the
People, who is not afraid of tlie People, .
Titi Mr. Thompion Muv-n, tifVa. The 8tli
of January the day, and cause, which has con
vened ns together, to celebrate tlie victory of
X-w Irb'a'i amt express our gratitude to f lener
al Andrew Jackson, the Mem, and M lltaru
Chifttmn, whose dipnified course is worthy of
example, aud instlv eutitl -s him to the highest
tru t in the gift ot trie Amc-icau People.
Bit Dr. Am The victo'rof the Sth of.Ian
r -y, tSUi, on the plain of Orleans an event
truly glorious the meed f imperishable re
nown is awarded bv a Kniteful People to the gi-eat
and gallant spirit that achieved it.
By Cel. J IVatmm. Jackson Uke Wasli-
mgton, his prowess and skill have wkdWu1 his
country' cucmies; like hira hi repabliiSn vJ
tue Isbss jkowed m Jmlaaieii to thtf ajr of I
her law. Hail to tho ifaiefwho has sn-iiihiert.
f "ul t'l Oii Vbn 0,r mmtn wi jutitution.
Jli th Hon. Mr. aTr'ift..i-vr J oho Q.
Adams Tlie able defenler of e nentl Andrew
Jackson on the Seminole j;oetti -u in 1M9.
liy Col. J ll'aftm, (at the T quest of a Lady)
Freedom At lierdatrn, her danghters irjeet
ed the Tea of her oppressors; at her meridian,
her sons furnished her enemies liberally with
B11 Cm. ffavttov. State Kights, and the
Rights of the States; merge either, and our li
berties are lust.
By Jtr. Green. -Ten. Andrew Jarkon the
ineniTuptildu jiatriot, tinder whoseaaipiiiaiid the
('.eniocn.y of tlie country must ooiurbetor (lie.
The Bill authorizing1 the President to cause
a road to be .opened between Fiat Smith, in
Arkansas, and Natchitoches, in Louisiana,
which was rejected on Friday, was reeonsi.
dered. Mr. Heed's resolution proposing an
impiirv into tiio necess tv of ineteasijiir he
salary of tlie PAst Master General, was agreed
to. The T11II entitled "an aet to regulate
process in the Courts of the I'niteil States,"
was ordered to a third reading. About one
o'clock, the Senate pioceedtd to the consi
deration cf F.Necul'e business.
', !),rs.!t,y, J,m. H).
The bill antboriziiig the President of the
United States to cause the reserved lead
m'mcs of .Missouri to be exposed to sale, was
considered, and after some discussion, was
laid on the table. The bill for opening mili
tary'ioads in the Territory of liciiigan, was
then taken up, and after an animated debiste,
was laid oil toe table.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
ftalttnloy Jxti. 6.
The Resolution of Mr. Canbeeh-rrg, Call.
ingfor tlie correspftndence with the Nether
lands, in relation t discrimitiating duties,
was adopted. Resolutions were also adop
ted, calling upon the War Department for a
statement of the number of the surviving' offi
cers of the continental establishment not on
the Pensisn list; upon the Commissioners of
NavaJ Hospitals, for the amount of the vitiii
they have received and expended, and the
balance unexpended; Mpon the Trtasury De
partment, for statemen' ofthe compensa
tion allowed to surveyors ofthe United t-sntes.
A Resolution, calling for a state men! of the
amount annually received and expended for
the rebel ot sick and disabled seaman, iro'd
lb!9 to 182:, w as offered by Mr. Tr litison.
A Keaolution ofiV rcd bv Mr. llaih, relative
to the Removal of the Chocktaw and Chick
asaw Indians, to the west of tlie Mississippi,
aft r some discussion, wa Liid on the table;
and a Resolution od'ercd by Mr. Weem to
uiqusre into the expediency of assisting such
free people of color aa wish to be cent to
Liberia, was rejected. The House adjourned
without taking up the Bill for (evolutionary
' Ahntluy, Jan. 8.
Mr. Ttickev'a resolution, calling for infor
mation at to the name of the Mirviving
officer of the rmy of the revolution w
adopted, with b .modification offered ty; him
self. Mr. lilair, of Tennese, onerrd two
eolution which lie on tlie bile, calling on
b rrr.lent inrormatioai whether bay
CWfN lie AtUirrw herb r pointed
aWx-w b lav ot Jeiutmrr. 1930. kksat the
Mem bsal aSWritt f th Sati ami bla
can rur or loranbtifj fof JL ; ano
cxprsxlitorr onrnectrJ rtb b Quartet
u"erw rd Crdnancsl "Vcartment. Mr
W lekbrTalaHl mnhitio tlie table ra!'in)r
fee SnforsnwinBii a ta live irrv f mxl( and
ranalt waieh Net- rrmai 1st W made. On
motion of Mr jenmiirw. of Ind:ana, the Cnra-
aaitte m Pubrio'Ijoda re inslrucUrd to
eon" rr the propriety of mlueinjr the pnoe
of ntihrie Hmhj to seventy five cent per bere
or fiftr cent, in ptopnttion to the time) lliey
ha heeiw in Se rosrket. At botm ba the
rraolut'iottsvarcre .!t bTered, the IIimib ad.
onmca. ; . i . -:
JtS'" ' tf'f'hutnt, Jan. 10. '.
Mr. Menfer Ja-J a rwaol.uioo on th table
eatTmif fpJ,Tif'tniaUoi tf IntTve to the Clictom
Hotiee rdlirpt frrm 1815, to. thf present
ime A Bid was rt notrd from tlie Commit-
tee m Vanufanturet, trial ire to dudet on
importi biyf b Rill srurd the Military Commit,
lee to increcae the Corn of Enjrineerb. The
solution ptTered b. XllL WicklifT. and
disci J in rhr s, n as liofc dsr, adopted
-am b tnHtitWa'ion ' Tsw iimiwe 'be mem
wrtn Committer on the Bill nrorrdittff far the
reliacfnishment of certain claim to land old
by T?ie United State m th State of Ohio,
but ru'se, witlwHit taking a vut upon it, and
obtained leave to ait again. ' A messa(e froTi
the Preiilei,t was received, xommiinicatinir
an ineretirB report from the Secretary of
the Nivv, relative to D. DoeY ami b com.
muniration from the War Department, con-
'aininff the name of the otficerr f the
Revolutionary Army, a far a they could be
Legislature of N. Ca olina.
Tfiurtday, Jan. II.
On motion of Mr. Davis, the committee of
r:iianre were instructed to inquire into the !
.-xperViency of a loplinR' messur-s to enable !
the sevrrjl persons, whose land " ere don-
denniedfor tlie purpose of biiihiin a fjrtiti
eation on Bottle HankR, in Carteret county,
to receive their rateable proportion of the
sum at which the tract of land aforesaid wa
On motion of Mr. Sharp, the Military com
mittee were inalructeil to inrjuir into the ex
pediency of a amending; the mifitia laws of
tiiis State, that field officer, after discharjjiiijr
the duties of their offices three yeare, and
Captains five veaM, may, at their discretion,
be discharged from military duties.
A messacre from the other House, proposing
that the two IJouses proceed to ballot for
Brigadier General of the lrth briK-;Je, and
that s.rcliii)ieuea "onotioiainnomina.
lion for the aonointnient. The bronosition
was agtt-fd to, nd Jesse Br: icier .dded to
U,e nio,,. ' T
On motion of Mr. nroerry, he obtained
Tear --;4w tlu' niii J.tb Iw,-jri ftf
Harnaoas Dunn, ana me accompanying pa
pers; whirh petition was presented at the last
session, ami rejected.
T he amendments made by the House of
Ci'inmons to the eegtosscil hill, prohibit
ing the justices ot tlie county courts ot
liruimvick from allowing extra service mo
ney to the county o Hie era, were concurred in.
A message tro:n the other House, stating
that Messrs. A. Moore, Iredell, Settle', Alex-
antler and Sliepperd form the committee, on
their part, to which stands re! erred the reso
lution ofthe Legislature of Georgia.
Mr. Sneed presented Ihe petition of Man-
rce Smith, of Grain ille, praying fpr permis
sion to erect two gates, acconpamed with . a
bill to carry into eH'ect the object of the pe
tition; which bill was reiujand rclcrreei to the
committee of Propositions and Cirievances.
Mr. lliIL'of 1 rankJin, presented the petition
of Charles Worthain, ol Warren, nthe sub
ject ot aji invention, uenommatca c
Conibmeei screw ucerr wjnicn was reteiTca
to a select committee, consisting of Messrs.
1I;!I, oil ranklin, Ward, Hawkins, Montgom
ery and Leak.
Mr. S. d presented the petition of John
I. Ileudrick, and his wife; and Mr, Hill, of
Stokes, the celition of Jolm Gibson, praying
for elivorces. Referred to the Committee of
Divorce and Alimony.
Mr. M DowcII presented the petition ol
Samuel J.cnkins, praying to be restori-d to the
privileges of ;i citizen, and Mr. Klliott, the pe
tition of Sherwood fort, praying to be placed
on the pension llsfwhich were referred to
Uie comnuUee ot Froposilious ana Urievau
Mr. Pickett, from the Judiciary committee,
reported a bill to point out, and d'rect the
manner in which the prosecuting officers of
the State shall in future be paid; which pass
ed its first rcadinir.
Mr. Seawell presentetl a resolution inti jr
of i;li;abeth Reeves; which passed its first
Mr. Spaight, ot Craven, presented tnej certi
ficate ol allowance of the County Court of
Craven in favor of John Rhem; which .was,
on motion, countersigned by the Speaker
Mr. Pickett, presented a bill to prevent
frauds and perjuries in certain cases; which
passed its hist reading.
The engrossed resolution in favor of Ar
thur f lutcliins, and the engrossed hill to legit
imate and alter the name of Nlmey C. Thom
as, of Onsiow, passed their first reading.
The Senate resolved it se lf into a committee
of tlie Whole, Mr. Furhcy in the Chair, on
the bill to amend the emancipation laws; and,
after some time apent (herein, the Committee
rose tod reported the bill witji an amend
ment. The report wus concurred in. and the
bill, as amende'd, reaehthe second fimt.
II r. Vanheok, from the cotmnittec appoint
ed to conduct the balloting for Briga'dter Ge
neral ofthe If'lh brigade, reported that Ar
chimedcs Donoho was duly elected; w hich re
port was concurred in.
.' Frithv, January 12.
. Mr. Love, from the Couumittee ol Claims,
to w liom was referred the petition of Robert
Gracey, praviitir compensation tcrievolution
arV services, made il reDort. SPfVmoved that
the committee be diw harged.from the.further
consuleraion ofthe aamei w'dch was agreed
to, and, 3m motion ot; Mr, Un;, tbe jtitioa
ras refr-ed to the cowa ittt tfrrvpoml vmt
and GrifTwice. v
Ow awouws of Mr. RkLTk, tV rwamirte)
M '.t s JmCobry were rotted t isxrair)
nvlotlva tipedieacyr of o -anvrihtiarth br-vr
rat law in rcUto) to Mriou contrweta, as to.
bvt bvKh costtracts pewwl, am ttmr
efi.tnalty to enforce tV- beeral act of A'
araabljr in that Case made' and provided. .
.Mr. Or m prescbtr i the prt i;osi f VhA.
Ruras of Lej.r, ttravinr thai the name af hi
illcgttimate daug ktrr, Clurlotte pelt, kx aKsc
ed to that of Charlotte Runs, bad that h bst
Irgitiruated, accompanied by a biH to rarry
his prayer int) effm. ..Tnt bill Mated ka
first wcj.kI and thirl reading, ad was
arrest to enrroatea. : r. , .. .
Tbt rewohition in favor of Miaabetb
Reeves, i reai and laid on the table. " 1
The IIiHite of Comioons liavinr ermeurred
in U) amendmept vnade to the bid fo Witi.
mate tertairf persoos therein named, and tb
the resolution directing the fublic trinlee
to obtain a copy ot, and print a certain act
therein mentioned, tne mm bin and resolu
tion wrra ordrred to be enrolled ' '
A measure from the other House, rnnno.
inf to ballot for a Brigadier General of the
13 n - im gii v Mi : a' anna; that W Uwn D,
llfcorLf'! 1rbal art m aftmlna-
lion nhirtrrii'n tmiarrred W.
The Ml htolt'nemjvtthm bieli
certain otTeftcef hIl be prosecuted. In pre.
scribing the duties of , grand jitmrt rebtjvj
thcreti was read the second time, ordered ta
lie on the table, and be printeet, , t . : -The
engrossed bill to legitimate and alter
the name of Nancy C. Thomas, of Oaslow;
and the engrossed resolution in fvor ef Ar
thur Hu'cbina, nere read the second and
tbird'tiinet and ordered te be enrolled. -
Mr, Hunter presented bill concerning
davci employed in" malting slimglei an'i :
board in the Dismal Swamp; which paae&
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The bdl to repeal the act of i8Sj, annex m
part of Currituck to Hyele totiotv, was reai
thesecond timej when Mr. Hell, of Fr"khn,
nresenjed the counter petition of sundry pe
oils, ternonstratiiitr apainM the na-eare ff a
ac sinnlar to the one nnder cooideratiob,
me! moved that it be rraeW which was not
agreed to. On motion of Mr. Sander, thsj
rote refusing to read the petition wa reos
sidered, and tt was read. The said bill the
passed its ttvrd reading, and was ordered to
oe engrossea. . "
On moti o of Mr. Forney. the bill to reg '
lte the payment of claim against the aevrra
counties, was ordered to lia on Ilia table airit
be printed. ' v .
The bill it alloMf fitrtber time for rtie pay4
meit of the purchase money entrte foj
vacant lands, made in the year' 1824. wipes;
lapsed on the 15th of ''fcpmbir, 183IS, waf
atntrnded on motkin of Messrs: Love and ea
well, read the second and third titnea, and or
4re4 bfi engrosbed. ' '
Saturday, January 1$. 1
"Mr. Tyion, fronv the commtTtee appointee
to conduct the balloting for Brigadier Gene4
rafof the Uth brigade, reported that W'daon
B. Hcdic was duly elected. Concu.red in.
Fr aorWjfttNr on iiprolltd Billa was awwint
eei, a uicii oonsisia en mcaar. tsiicniw an 14
Croovn. ' ! - " . .i
Mr. Spnijrht, of Crayen, presented a bill fur
ther to amend the act of 1813, making the
pretest of a Notary Public evidence in certain
cases; which pasted its nrst reading.
Mr. JJeberry, rrom the select committse,
to whom was referred the petition of Hos
well Kimr. renoiteda bill reservintr certain'
lands for the benefit of said Kini which
passed its first reading.
Mr. Matthews, from the committee of Di
vorce and Alimony, reported a bill to divorce
Samuel I. Cdnev, of Uuncombe, t.-oM huwifet
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Wllicn jiisku i-a irsi reauiug. ;
. Mr. Forney, from the 'committee en Inter
nal Improvementi, to whom was referred the
bill to establish and regulate a turnpike road
in Haj'wood county, by the name of The
Tennessee River Turnpike, Road," -reported
the same with an amendment! which' Was a'
greed to by the Se. ab r , The bill was then
further amended on motion of Mr. Love,
read the second and third tiin.es, and ordered
to be engrossed. - i..-. " . ''
V.r, Montgomery presented a bill concern,
g the Superior Court of Oranget which
was read the first time, and referred to the
committee on "the Juelieiary, '.''
The certificate of the CotMity nnr of Cra
ven' (received from the other House) i favor
iV I nomas baeitaftd f nrtsiopnrr Hextey
was, on motion of Mr. Spaiglii, of Craven,
countersigned by the" speaker of the Senate.
A message from the other Hoose, stating
that they do not concur in the amendment to
the engrossed bill, authorising .tlie Count
Courts of Cbiurous to appoint .an overseer
and bands for the purpose ol clearing out and
rendeiing navigable Big Swamp 7iom l.eri
non's BridjiBt Lumber River. . Thr said bill
was ther, on motion of air. Burncy, postponed
ineUnnitKiy. . " '
The bill to rtffula'e he payment of claim
against the several counties, was rsd the se
cond tin e, and amended on the motions of
Messrs. Bell, Forney and M'Kay. , Mr San-
s moved to exclude the counties of John-
stoti and waKbtngtoit tram its provisions;
wjiich was not tereed to. Mr. Croom offer
ed fui ther to ameml the bill, a hen it was, on.
motion ot Mr. M'Kay, laid on tue .tabi.e.
On motion of Mr. Croonvthe commateeotf "
the Judiciary were instructed to inquire into
tne cxpetueney ot amoonaimj aim requinn
the Secretary of Statu to issue duplicates 1
all gran's issue-' by him between the&fttVof
November last and this day of bit lata re dec
t;on. . ' . ,.,
The bills to establish poor home in the t
couniies.of Washington and Wsjue, Received
their several readiogi aiwi were ordered te
the time within which
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