Wu7iL r "-'w""fc r-a w etjea.1 fott irt, la !wt u
r-. wintt sa? 4 ei-1 m .7 . iTZ n.,,i . t w a. : Ui j W rrawaw UU la prrtWe, Utxt e4
Ai,fl, bream r0'ift It I't'ttrU
.-t-te, H ! cwUIksi i 'r"'
.IV. Jtu trt'er f the lmc
be Jtfr S'nttrrf, a mewf of C
pH from fatit'te f
(iirrbf. place in tig 1 trrim-
iaal .txtM t Mr. Clay. U irao-ferries;
, r o' of certain Scales. " lr A
.m, li vtrrett vii.Uti..n, tf the f
the preside t-fjh State, as eaprirtf
.- . . . . . .I ? . ' .1 .
Htrtrrteciton. Ai enniHiwiuiT
it will be wilh atonihmet. llt
Mr. liert lu become Iks. friend of
Mr. aihl tbeWyhuiublr wi.i.it
Mr. CUT. . Iluw .tne rtttf
managed to 1!T hi card 0 Ids
. . . . ... .. - M.M h
a i . I I
AlltChUtenl M ir. 3irn, 11
at In time to JcWrwine. ajd Tiow the
Lv.t.r-rrnlleinall l We to explain
Ms letieea (r speak , the plural) and
h prr.t cnrwlurl To M cofliiueiM,
Jt ii 4t!3c'Ult li conjrttarc." , ' T.ut of lln
eBr'C4r!ol, Ahat tke ripJe of the
'riniie wf VaTtliefthil Crne.iJI
- . v v : ? k . , ....... . . f
ft ftftmi iii.iv ft r iftu. iiirftii
fmirtli 4vf iliem. rt1 require W. i l mm?
Virriiofti Id, 6ut the nien otit t f
..ft M-na s ft M yntf'ill Itl.
. . ' f r.. A STfff ART
' Of ar Sir I han it infoi VO't XtAm ((-
in mail, that Slit freat quil'tO'V i.UchI5
" elected on the frif ti',tr. lincrl Iwlto,
' who hd 99 9'tir n Hi K3",' n""Ks,
ftnfl t; m .intr in 1 1 Riu'e'v rewt W IA fn
irrcis Sut 5 r:i. i, a Ji'i'iilr. Alanv V l Ul
Mt'6 electoral Vutr,''an4 the majority hi
only 7 State, had in CoiirTf sa 4 vote, t art,
Crawford had oiffc? Tbe ote atood !:
Jor Ailani 6 New England, Klaica,
. Kw Vrk, MaiytMid, f4U, Kentucky ,'Ulinoia,
Miatonrt. f-oniaiaau.' H. . . . i r ' '
icn. Jaekww had Peny1Tama, New; Jer-
aey; Indiana,- South Carolina, JaiMiaaipni,
Pennnylvama war tioanimo'iil, vUR tlie
Aieenfion of alnjle rote, Mr. . Iteeckc of
' Hiiladrlohia. a deeidt'd ftdamrna.1 ,
v .. Mr. Crawford had N ii ginitv, Delaware, North ,
Our dcf.at ts owipj to the 'deaertton of
Henry Clay, a-haj went der coatrary'to every
ft...-ft:. ftk.. .-.ft..i .... jtftft .v ri....f
Jt"lf'ytl . l ,nv- ft ft.k. . -
i r.nriTiMucni.,. Huir mp. rla will lie anie to
liiatity tli 4 courac t f 'Comtltrt tothf people
VI1 ft IV TCn, IftIM p,4ft IM" WjfKltlw.il
tr -k r.-alW WftWWMti iLi r
i.r. a. W V-a W Mtar al Km
ruari ta Wtare to (W RJa aW " l-a-
t-4 b ai. itkl.fr, iaa br( V a 4.
Wa4 a Mni a4 U tr, Br lr -fc
Itoa ta tW aaaata. " TWr rt e C'aiw-a-
t hr -aaTiO. atxt M krkl.Tr. aaa.
Mtj tm a. U ra trrr WkM V iWra u
Irom IHttftMB, llanu mmi ana
WrUaCr'a , .M t-hMt ,'A Tfca
atw tW Mmcik cltlftT L'U nwy a U tU
t-itiiaat a to ilr.' AUma. h acr l4 ay
i ra hi a. - ,
" - i-rr aam-f nart morfc ortw-nV-d a
llr. rtti Ai-u t-rr-vt. tA We doc Wir da-
ri aftxl 1 llima, luM t hi MtriTtftHfyiHiiltal Kr.
tuc ill T9 fur -W". ilir traea i as Itwi
Utan. an I the wtwle a ill ae b mf4. )nratt
ft lnl Uritlrailua. Criiwla Ufirrt at qrcea.
l!-ai t CoMH-le b rWt-d. Wr ( trnaianf
ll wrrcu f ll.uurl. fclUttca,-a4 Lr-Mi, aal
e ha tP. licrt Uwt aiwy iU lM-at.Joliif
w u4rttuli(Mi irom tnul ajarn-r, ix inrr
ur rK-rtam. nT navifrit irnlwl.
I irrr vrmtk'nt f ( in bal Dwlrirt.
Mf 'vr lwl m pJiiW: m i1 if wr rw Taylor,
tfttr nMnwlin to kew Vnli!, acli,
ml Ucw. ta atria tanir iiitn 'lie Clarnan .
anil bate a anlKtarT mAn-mr. In and oat tif tlir
Slate. . Mr. Clay haa U- treatty iWccired br
tn fciei lo kriUorUv, and at Aawt ill
trll Ii.lk a auu t.wltil maLc him aiMra b
a a .a .a
In afliirtio'i to Uiee extract, Ur
t iminnnn i.i7;cue ,my, . luinurs .
elecletl in.nlace of lic'chrr. It i
tliHtis!a HiAf Dmiel, J itKuian, ie
lecleil in tlik place f TrimWu.'. ,
31.. Ilaininititfti. the Kditor 01 (he d.
ic(li', is a true Wue Clavite, ami uld
be aKiur 19 ive cuiivnrv i nuch 'sj
in' if ther.wore not tixe. Mr. G.tlfs'
frrMjMnfurimtiiiMi turrH out to b;. iikr
Hit ini!i-ptit;il)'e tcatimonj ft bout Mr
ieli,r,jiin opintmia, a ml lua idjr,,-
liilc letteift of tlom?UC maiiui.n
turr! ! , . . '
.U'c apprrliend tliftt a few mure' sm li
artlrU's wiH aerioiitily nH'itt Hie IftiJtl
Mytn'sc!mracler, a a musltr . work
minl-r'C S. Telegraph.
From Ui Kentucky (iaat tto.
vriot. " Vim arc 1hr m.in, 'lait. ther,) j tlrmeti, cin.Min cf S.iliburv, ami its
iiiaJaUe ar'l- H tm be e4
caatrvliL ' ..-. -
A'iIiikiji aeaeral r-rr?rr. lur rei-
eJ aeaefe Uir, tie kae rvH jet learnt
I bat an late bee a Uanjeiooalr woumi-
etl. . Dm it ia 1 be errr-fled, that
prraa nut enja4 mi tW atli r, were
truck will tbe-ktwnea and brirk bats,
wbile rndeivorir ti cc,p from the
acrne? alUn. ;j
ll la iiiipiftaaib'e ! aar. what cahip
p? cwiftCtae0ee mij;l, . hae reaahetl
irtun thia rial, had it nnt S. en arretted
lv (he pnunpf. energetic and iouiiIt etui -tluct
m Majer B41 rj . aidcJ bv ihe Hrv
Mr. Hall and Mera. rirk..i.rut ; ami
MrCalla. - Short It aher th.- af ray reaa
roeneed, Mr.Ilarry araa ailling'in lii
office, ctnrerins with a frieml. trlien
two Ii'tgMr rf-riaUle ruitcim 11, tp
poacd lu Nlr. ll.'a political t ourM-, lu
il f en:errdv.aid with marh ea' rtrfi'r
rl,tiajicil,l:i pfrorjl a.iatre to rufl!
if anv bmlt ran. ! put an end to thi
utiiia)p affiit f v. u .vt'tir help."
AViihnut a nfiftien'- J.eft.i'ation. h-a-aoretl
them lht he tnu!ii tl il if in hi
Kower, r ilie in ntteii'p'; 'nil r'.n
my n;nn a hor- bcloriinj; o (Hie of (lie
ifiitleinen, lie rii-ed into the in i I t nf
lh comluianu of 'lie inuninrnt ilaiier
of hi life, xo'rid ti abower if a'i;tes
whii-h wore Iiui IimI frnm each ii!( r.,11
ino'H ,ire! J'l-atw! The fcitntiil ol liia
Well kiiowi) woiri-, arid III- fnciidlv re
jiinnHtrnnriM, c:i!nii-d the tumult, in
whivli hi wia attli! bv ihe Rv Mi.
Hall, who rtiteitwl the vatd nbur 'he
..in'e t't'e nt anu'lu'r point.-0'h thf
PTPMil.'in"!, were in croa' tliiigi'r, fru'ti
tip ini-iipptflienHniii of anine of ih
-iob'r-', in 'bir motive fnr interfi'riii'
Hapfiilv Mi . ewairtl vv;,h lint Ii'
tie injury, alt niisp --t niA in two -ir
three l.ireV lV.i' 5 h- :i i rt- of Mr
IWrv, expused a lie wm on hnrsrb.u k
i 'lie KtniieH t'.rnwn frntt irli t(le.
ix truly ;i.'iinishinr. liv 'Ii'1 exc' Hor.s
!' th:,4( Ceil 'ie ' 0. the luriiult luid
Cr.4ptJeJ tie ia..Uy taT. rtt'ir.
4Ve r fxtreti.c1-Ty" kear cf
tWete iKi!ttl BfocrriUB' Tiej are
deeatorT u wcWatler ef freri,
t-Vftl if reflated, will ccwpe.1 i1 -
lartrv tm Uirnle tKe cwtntiea in! Wt
rlet-tiott dtr;ct. a at t id th e
tN retclliej from lar; ateiblie if
V. betiD-t ta-ether IB Vw w P
litKal phrcnzT. by the arU of tlcctiou
". - ' "
, . "vtitbury. Jiff, il .
Dinner to fot. IJuriotthlt fc
telletiey llaicKina (i. Barton. Uarn
or .f the .Suie. harirtj arrircd "in fln
town on Mondar, the I5'h '" on
bta way to the t'atawba Spring. taa
invited by lite eitirena of ihe )lace
partake nf a pubiir dinner, as a te'.i
mouial tif their h'jS eruMderalmn of
hia atrial viilaea ami olJirial aert ice;
whicW initatior be pn!ilely arcepl
ed. Areordhijly, an excellent dinner
va Turniifthetl at Mr. SlawSter'i., tif
mIucIi, a rcapeetable company of:i-
4lie "jenerai election romiiienccu in
UiU place on Monday lat,yith unusual
spirit. JJofli parties uetl tlieii tcieatt
exertions to take f lie lead which, how
ever, was carried Sc maintained thnmjh.
nttf th tlaTft by li e fieiiilii f General
J tckjon. A ningular rircutntanre oc '
i'?'!!'.4lljl'?.ntt' .".IHgi Uy w hich per-nns
at A distance inay'judje of the temper
tiiat prt'viiited, Abiiut eleven o'rloik.
a piny fi'otn the country bvarin a hemj)
: atvton'riiiy m every prWipt hxh he baa Uta!k?surmi. tinted tvith . wVite Has'.and
' v ft,ftJT..i.-.L. 'r! '.t f . Ii At . ift-v .. .... ;
iiomeniai i'v siiV-ided, when Mtifurlu
mielv. it wa ay :m re n w l bv ome
vrsiiiis wii'i t i'iiie fi um lieliinl the Court
Hmje, iitid, pruliablv tint Icnowit'? what
iad b'en dun0 threw seveta! icne at
t,r Jackson p:irlv, bv whom the attack
wj im fiedialelv n pelled. At this
rriliral juncture - Messrs. Hivrkinride
md McCalla rushed out of (Ne Cnurt
House,: ehf i displaying a white handker
,ketr.)jt;Tf advacaterf, and in favor of rnan,
' " V. M .ft, I. t.n.l ,ra ...... nl' ft rl .tmnltilti.
' id!y il miinced hi f n-e the v hole Nation. .;
j-The 'mail it'itartinfc, aivrl I can ad4no more.
' . ; . In haat, j-Oura tespecifully, T.rZ.3
CJaeeara. GUi'& JTerAi.t.'?? r.''-.
P. Vim iT.av mult e anv oae at thia iuforv
r. -- - - - .
, on,yott ep Ptope;!.- . ;-
-.Tms tJ-tof Patriot ' 6ysri1iat ' Mr.
' XfaAtaa tivaa a Jackson man... This in
aid to proe 'that was not for Clay.
1ie' fact is as a close, confidential a,ent
.'Vf';(Mathe-SweiMrlO the Craw tord
.caucus to make "confusion, and voted
for;( Jackson f tcith . Cluy' conaintt and
' then "endeavoured to jret Jacksutt to
' ppoint Clay" Secretary bf Sute.'-Jt
J 'clear ;that since Buclianan,' letter,
. attettiptsC wiU; be Ymade .toshow that
'iWii kleY havioa voted for General Jack
ft ami, ..cuuiii not t wave oeen inenuij xq
Clay. ?rbe fait is. Uie Pcnnsy Ivanians
'turned hiiq but of Congress because he
was Clay's aeeftti. ! He theu demanded
the lace of ; CqI lector of ".the poit, of
Pliilaoelphia, and -Minns :Mfi8 to have
iwe iriniui. ii .y-" not voiiTr.iiiciii
to appoiot Wm, and Binns to frighteu
Adams, (uffered the' Democratic Press
for sale. h This -led (q understan
' ding all round, andiJMarklcy, was . to be
iprovided for.' General . Steele ' died;
Hi captain Jones was appoined collector,
. and Mark levy (hot 'for being a Jackson
man) was placed in thcnaval oflice.
Mrs. Baily lost the Custom House pi in
tinjj, and Binns got t.' ' It ls inlriuc
and corruption all t round.' Jvlarkley,
throughout, was a tool fof Clay's; and
if he had not given Uiqv the office, he
would Tiave made known who author.
fsed him tt 'urpit Jlrv Buchanarito go
Gtntral Jaektori and propose lerm$ '.
. " Tbi Kentvcky Elechota. I ho , 1 n
tel!i2encer."r.f this morning, is .dumb
founded, "' We have no more reports of
reports no more -cerfairt : inteiiicencei,
that' MesV rs." 'Trimble- and ! Lelrhtr, art;
elet ted! Oh, htiwunfoitonate it, is for
hit ' Clay, that the people of Kentuckv
havtnn oh ita motto, we believe in these
words, " Ilmrti Otni ai ihe .tfmmea'i
System If e 'Kill mnnoit Hum lhat sup
port t.'i," paraded up Main street, tu
Fosuethw-fitTh tavfrn'; then -found the
Court House, and finally, 'into theyaid.
Upon reaelunj( the door of the Court
House, the 'standard saml llai' were
'hoisted up to one of he. 'windows, out
of which it was displayed. A Jackson
man, considering U intended as ; an in
sult to the cause he espoused, seized it
ike Old, Hickory would have ser.ed a
Hartford Conventionisr-duiina: the war
and dashed it down amons; the crowd;
where It was trampled under foot, and.
totally disappeared. Another attempt
we understand, was maile 011 Tuesday,
to parade again it!i a hemp stalk, bur
if whs attain seized, and destroyed in
iheascunle. A sudden shower 'ol ram.
however, very , happily sdispcrsihl the
combat Hits, and cooled Iheir temper.
k The emblem which caused this excite
ment was certainly, as the French. would
S,hial uvrontvt. For while Gen, ral
Jackson Was sustainini, life interest
the Kentucky Jiemp grow'er, by
votes in congress, the ev KoglatKlers
bv whom the, Administration wa?ibrou:l
1..:. ' . . i. I ...I I . .1:
into power, ami wno nave given ir men
undivided support,, opposed all addi
tmnat dulie on the. importation, of
foreign lemp,ft Jireferiin to supply
themselves Irom Uussta; and even t
Administration jtselt refuses to use ti.e
domestic hemp in the Naw.- Yet sm h
are (he means made use 01 by .Mr. t;lav'
trtends to excite; untounded prejudices
against Gcii,jacksnn.:; But " truth is
great, and will prevail?" v
v lin VVednesdav, the parties renewed
the Mi-uple witji greut animatiofi. Af
ter the election had t onfinued about two,
hours, the exritt'ment became1 unusu iliy
peiit. 'The intense interest felt by alt,
had soprepared the minds of the people
Crowded sroiinil the Court Housei that
it evidently, required but a small matter
; i...t -yu. ...-".
01 iiTiiaiiou io produce n ' conyuiaioD,
'vC:. .y.:i ft.:i.;. ..' ru:, 1..1 1 -,u.'
luis uiui.ijumT wuj luuiiMiiu uj m:
impt udentt tlisplar ,of a fla 'ft witha
i...4-. 1 .1 -. .1
, j' ft . - t . . n- similar uniun .tiiutiiniiaiiiiT tarnrii
-ft.il':, i at ...a t... .1,..-..- I. si 1 ""i'i ivfvvii "j
lVWT,wSS?ff United States Mail Coach, and the
a.mv'8 creax mistane. 11c anuuiu lute. .r : .1. ' l.. u. 1
r,t 1 ft, . .1 . tv . l 1 exniuuion i anoiner nemo aftttis., raiseti
ftw..-Jl..tftul that th monnlp ill Kplilui IV I . . . '
IVi'VVIVJi ...mft ftft.ft j. . v .. . . . .. . j
T7VV I. ; Vu T..,i A,.tk the Court House door by jome wrtr
freemen by f"" pa.tir.an, possessed :of timre Murage
that.theyflianufacture the on tloths, baprJdee . U ught Uko a frW
Wthei apptie't to a a?azincM,l gunpi.wder,
. X1V lift a a. iwiM , - r " - I 'It, -a. -i. If . i
1 tt w va " v
rfbJIected tliat such a people are jiot
easily bouahU ,Mr. Clav should have
recollected, thai the Jight quivering
ebade? of the cteaturei of the treasury,
. ttho have bteo nurtured luto aickly
existence upoo pap, - may W- bought
and sold with tnonej. and patronage,
tnsucnia was agrain pulled
down, and a riot With sticks, stones and
brick bats immediately took place, which
was alarming and distressing to every
friend to h peace 4ind good order of
the town. The affray continued lor a
considerable . time; the principal com
batantf .;ktn2 ; 'different sidea of the
. a. a a t ' X. -1-
out a.tnougn a iree peop. "J.' CourtYard.iiTd carrying on the engage
ceived. yet their votea are the reward of L.; J?-.- 1-;..ir K.K.0f7.,
I lll ta av i.a.-ttfiis:n iuu asiivi vaa.anB aK
virtue and patriotisms
Last titrrhrs mai
from which we make
Extract of a letter, dated " Lexinjtoo, I lth Au
gait. I82T. " . ; ; '
' V are vakmp, trWi mueb anxiety, for th
return of our recent election, tbrouRlioutf "
lat., Wc ieel eounden from tba hiformai
hicH Itaa already come 10 band, of havfcig ou
laitied nix memberti to Cootrcas 'not arTeo.--SJ,
all events, Um rmoaatrtioB 0 Jaekson't
trvnpli, during the utmnRle, jiuU bejond all
denU, tliat e trill receive iko stbole clfi-tcral
t u''"'Lii? i-m-J.' nished by some who wf re aiding in the
keStLwSgS V!' 1uppod:that
Ke tne loiiowing e? there wereiatlcsa than su otreven
hundred men engaged in the aniay at
one time., ;' j r'?r?. ;?! . -'"V-i
, We deplore this' occurrence most
sir ' rfelyj both as it respects the cha
racur of our' country, and as if regards
that freedom' of thooght and 'action
which "ought to. characterize an inde
pendant Kentackian. ; All tand upon
chief, as an insignia of peare, and as an
apjieal to tie good feelings of their
muturft friends.- It had the desired ef
fect, and an end was put to a riot, which,
at on-v period. threatened the most dis
I lu timet v ani energetic interlerence
f Hi se crnlleineii. and particularly of
? ii . Barry, who risked his personal
.safety,, to save the lives of manv of his
leijr'nborsand fellow citizens, that might
have fallen 'victims to this unfortunate
affair,' entitle them to the ratiiode of
the people of Fayette, and of cverv
friend to peace and good order. But
for their manly and prompt interfere nee,
at a critical moment, manv unfortunate
women mictht now have had t: mourn the
oss of their amVthmate husbands, and
children the death of their fathers. We
speak advisedly, when we sav this for
we are informed, that about the tune the
tumult was at its height, some impru-
tietii men yerc heard to threaten a , re
sort to lire arms. Had one musket, or
title been fired in such a state of excite
meiit, we will not attempt to depict th
consequences, but leave' imagination (0
portray then). ,.'
We had written thus far, when we
Jeftrnt . that it w:is intended : to charge
;u:Ve uniiii;iv proe-'edt'-gs t the intern-.
.ii-raic . coniUK f nrvine j.icuson par.yij
VVe are persuaded -ihaf H would be tin
ii'ijus' -charge.' Il is priucip.iUy ro be
attribu'ed to tiie example' set on- Moll
day to it i it -!-eii fueling" tiy the iti;
troductiiMi iif offensive emblems, itid an
I'lbatinafepe.rfe'ijfance in th.it co'ttse.uY
the Adam party, wli-n tli.py fun ml '-.it,
l alcuUtejl' to rouse ihe 'an'jiy- passioiis
of thetf ;opiioiienis B-side, we are
lsisured ! by" n-spertable ii.t-n, (h;it . ih't
iirststmies ue thrtiwn on We dnesday,
y ' persons who claim oit to be of thi
Ailams party. We will jnot, however,
ity, that there were Pot faults dn both
sides. Some of -the, Jat ksoh nnrty ditl;
we 'understand, leyate 'a' Hickory bush
at the Court House on Wednesday; and
it is said, that the first stones thrown,
were directed at that, but falling among
'the crowd, caused an imrhediate separa
Monfti.l tne patties, ami me romniFnce-
ment of hostilities. 10 consequence ot
th ralm )'roduce) by the closing of the
poll until after iliniiet, which gave time
for the passions to coo!,- antf the braise
worthy exertionsof miny respectable
meu tf both parties, who miswl with the
pwiplttbd used their influence to re
store harmony,T;an, entirely - different
"spirit prevailed throtighoot the after
noon No , disposition-- -was. shown by
nyone; t tlisturb the beacelthat we
have heard of, although the election was
sharply contested by the friends of te
candidates, . until' a short ? time bel'ne
sun dc.?n, when Messrs.f Breckinridge,
Combs, and True, were believed to be
elected by stiiall majority, ft
4: We learn that much' estifement,has
also been exhibited during the late elec
tions at Mountstcrlingand atCynihian
a" -- ftumor says,' that the - Court Housi
at the latter place, has been somewhat
injured, and at the former a serious af
Tray oceured, ' in which some persons
were ao imprudent as to tall out a party
01 me tmima wun nre arms.. , 1 tie jack
sou men, against whom it is said,- they
were inteitiei to be used, indignant at
this attempt' to coerce I hem, commenced
tie violent an attack with stones, as ioon
virinitv, partook, manf of wKnm were
the old arqutiutancea and asxiristt-s
ir the Goven'ttr, when ha rrirded in
nnr town, some , twenty years ago.
Maj., John McCletlatid was calletl to
prestd'v nisfed tr Charles Fi-her,
Esq. as Vice President. After din
ner, the following toasts were drank,
interpersfd and enlivened by social
conversatMin, and pa'notic pongs.
lt Tlie Stva of Nonh-Carolien In tha
llpvolti.ioiiiirr Slrn;ijtp, but few of her t
trr stales madP grti, r Mcnficci in Die
r.iii-of l;Serty;,at thia day,' nono of them
,-irr moreilroied to Ihe principles of our
2d The University of North-Carnlina,
anil the nl her Scn'maiie of Iarnin in 'he
t.lc. Inii llipenre and Virtue are the guar-aii'-et
" The .Indiciarv of the sta'e: An enlijrht-rru-d
Jndiriary ia a sure aaf -guard of the
ppniili-'a rlhlii . ' '
4'li Our respectt-d (rueat, Governnr Bur
tn, : i elcome vm tor mnntif; his old friends.
M r hoi, or him alike for hit private virtues
and li'w public servirei - , ,
M.i This in.ia''s bcinir eiven, the Governor
n,v, and returned his thanks to the eom.
panv lor 'lie complimentj ami pave: "The
town of Sa'ibury, where, in early life, I
pew d many happy days; to its present in
laiii an-, I1e.1l Ii and prosperity. Here's a
cup to "aukt !:; ue." '
5'h The Uiiiiature of Korth "Carolina:
Fewer ma ntes, and moiO deliH"5.'.;:;,
61I1. The patriot of Nunh-Carolina in the
Keo!ut-oiiar Struggle; Honor lo the dead;
honor and pros'.eniy to the surviving tew
; V01X T-.f.ttS " i
W By Gov. Rurton: The Constitution of the
United States, lim-ted in its evnttructim un
limited in Us Juration . ?
By Maj. John Mci;le!land: The County of
Rowan. ' -' -, -
By Charles Fisher, Esq; John Haywood,
for the past 4(1 years, Treasure of hii native
State; for uusullied honey yj1 -trnd 'enlightened
piVtriolistp, he is not surpassed,! either by
Aristules ot l,reecefer Lata ot uome..
By Col. ' Thomas G I'oJIc: Archibald Hen
derson; his associates at the hat Jiave erec
ted lo his memorv a monument of marble;
but his best monument ie' engraven on the
hearts of his fellow -citizens.
Hy Kirhard H. Me.xander., Esq.' Ales-andc-r
Hamilton, his fame biigh'ens with the
efflux ol lime. 1 . , ';'- -
By Via). John Beatd, jiv $tat right and
Uuiied Slates' rights: ' Happily blended by
the political patriarchs ,of our' country; may
their harmony never be- iuterrupted by ua.
piring: demiigojruea. f . . V
By Or. Stephen h. Ferrand:7; the land we
live in: may it always enjoy peace, prosperity,
aval independence. , ,.. , '. ' , - . ' '
TL Wave tWa aJttvsi
I rr-4 Mfiawl OVm af AWttm-lrm. aa
yanai Aftf- af r J unt, i mm
mm im m ahmU ta Mvaata
. A ak- trmm Alraaa-a. at 3Uy Jl, lrmt
Irfiara af tetat ia-Mraacma an mm
a-4 apM. TVry auat (Imi A'wnl mm
Kvvy U-l otraa mtmrtmm mik ika Ma
Unmt m Bay 4 rpt. TantUnw
ala lUl ta-a Aiaink Wl ,t4 la Wo. tVal
mm urn rtrra to "ft" tLa aV-rtn mi imt
t wn C-rt inrllw M jrra.
1 W ftn il ka4 mi ill the aaaraatr
tva mt llir tureea keyMd ttia imt, tha aausa
af vturk mmrm aldl tt b iU, (Wa iftv
-tiOUatt. Tba prariMj kody o Kanuaa tr.np,
eotiaMad the ftf.nmtm aovovi 0chomm
Uanta iW haMn-ra.
Tbe tdimr of tlx Jnaraal Coraierw ka
krea eke4 to a;vfr W-tnn the riJ-t! ta Uw
ImK mf Jitlr, la mmwrnxr tar Ur pal.ltrttvi at aa
.t'a.rl art -eta (w B tlwnl-Htoa af Nattowal
lioard, aa4 Ihe eWtfia of LaJayeUe. . ,
It; tSe !it;t IWIniWra, at , Baldinore, .trsoi
Urerpn!, Wnee (be nailed I be Cik af J-il,
TW RritiiJi Parfiament vaa -OfirUft J M Uia
tint Jui). tort 8l.at.ay nl Art-
A m iltjf the ImII to aliirli Ilia Ita? at anrnt aa
f ttm, pre mn to llie HMm)ra'ni, irnre rha Gm
XteratT lb 11. a1 lUa" areh-i4 Oro Bill.
Areor.liiir tn flu: l-ena-'r, lb avcrarva re - I hi
liken f'-nm hImiiii I yi truio(;al market ia bug-
laii.l ami li . '
The I jeqnn4 CtWH-e nf luc illt July, re
imrks, vliai the provikiona nf the net Vare
Unuie Com Bill llna all llie a ke.-if anw in aontl,
nrvhirlralir.il hair Wn twHidetl ky the lt of
Johr, in ha brought to niarkei acconHon to die
rale ahkh had Mmel t lie lmie of Commoni,
and a amenik-il by the Lords. The present
iroA- ion permits timxicd cnn only 10 ! autd;
ilie lute txe a lonx- oiopeijira're, and allow
ed all fueeijpi rirn to be importe anil betujit lo
market, on pasnij; a umy of 'jus. er ouai-ler,
when c-ira nf natitu ii-ov Ih in at 6 is. ami a Irae
tion. The duty iwreaaeit by s. ftieerery single
sliillin attich iba aiaiket iimk; and rteereaied
by tao hillinf'u,eery nliillinpwhh.il the mark
et roue. . All ihe measure ma erTerl It to let loose
aleut K)intNt quitters 'ttftha binwled wheat in
the sptwo nfu-n months. '' "
Tlie Tat-ia Monacur of tlx 29th' Jnne aays:
" A report is spread that the news of the eapitu
lstha of the Aeeopnlis ha arrived. It is said to
have taken place ca the id of thia month. : The
Greeks wht ompnscd the jrrrion haw Obtain
ed permission to return tt then own homes; and
tbu riillielene, amoiiK whnm waa- Colmve!
FsbvH'i-, are aiitbnrned to go to whatever place
they aliiMild think ll"
Bv the .hip Jmephina, from Bellast, Liver
pool papen to ihe 13th, ard lnon to tlie lOtk
July, hatphi-t-n i-ei-eived at Mew York... .
Tlie fc ll-miiiK ii-amnh is copied from the
London I l- lu-ol ,lnl 9lh: ' ...
" The 'I'reati of the pval I'm penn Powers
fir the proin lion nf f.ivece, h.-is been i?nedrin
K.nglatiil. The I5i itinh liipi ofilie line, from tho
T.ijjiis have prohaMj , I this time, nailed lor
ihe D:ii-d:inelle, under dmiral Beanrlero. "
'J'hrre are mnny cirnumVaiK-es m I: ieli lead to
the I- lief that th'iH pratifiinjr iiifoi-iimtion may be
n-lii i' upon Another London paper, the I unci,
st :iles il thus:
" Treaty for the settlement of the affairs of
(in ere between England, Franee, and Russia,
was "-i-riied in Downing sti-eet, l.i)inl-'n, on the
fitli Inly I he stipulations of the Trentv.lt is
said, would n I he made p ihlie until tie- rntifica-ti.-ins
ere i-M-hanjed The I union Times says,
t'n- Vlav whirl) has ooeun-ei! in siiiinj ihisTrea-
t hau been oerasinned b the opposition of
.V'-lria " V
I'll- I'.-vrte is positively state I to have refused
the intervention ef the P,uro;enn Powers m re
gard to th affairs of (ireece, and til haw resolved
to listen t i no further applications Uion the sub
ject All VtiHsulmen lire n lie summoned to
arms. 1 he C.i-,:ek Xalional Assemldv havim
ei-minatr-l itg lalini-s, has dissolved itscH't and the
Seat of Government haa been t ransferrcd tii apc-.
il nn iioinaina -
The three British ships of the line af Lisbon,
are ordered to proceed to tlie Dardanelles, under
the command of Adm Reauclerc. Tli Kussinn
squadron on ti e w y to die Mciliterninean, in-
riuue: tune snips ot tne line;,,
ft--.. Il.ftll .III.. tMNWMftMMM MMMMMM
stalesl t. ci eate. m ite rmol,4
sKk k.s, U. iacre hj JJ
ilrcaaae. r, it wa. Uel- IWtw. !l
ar the ether (rom Ierr.1TT !
Urted raoti.e. What i.thJ?!
case? Ilenry Clay. . BfmV(u
lloeae llepreautrtea. ,
ifyma tdeaae. has ru.inlj iouUCjm-J.ul
nakt John Q. Adams l,ewtr7,..
- W (Wia
Bi David F. Catdaell. Esq Cot. - William
Polk: a Soldier of the Revolution the. bat
ties of Germantown and -tiuiftw ; attest 'hia
valor and devoion to the cause of freedom.
By Dr E Villey: Canal and pnblio roads;
the main chains which wil inseparably link
gt.r the interests of the JSorthcrn and
Soulhern sections of our country. ;,- ..j
By Kdviard t;resh,. :Kq: - The immortal
V. ustiuijj'on, to whom ! we 'are indebted for
the independence ot.ftOiir eounliy; may his
tf-od .esainple ,be practised - Upon by "the
J D'ee . ud i- suiir treneraUona, and his noble
devds recorded, until time shall bo no more.
By Hliilo White; De tWitt Wclintob, a
giant id intellect, an ,ioiieW rtepttMican, m
innr-iple; hi- unparalleled achieyemetUs in
i;e cause yf Internal, linprovments, are ihe
ri jrts of his resplendeiit. genius, and Hercu
lean mental lahorR.w; - j ; t -
sf er the- IT'sidelit tit : the dav (Maj.
'McClelland) had retired, Col. T, G. Polk
gave: ' : -(6f
I .i President of the day, Mai. McClel
land; iran his vtars be numbered to 999. -y. .
j.i-i .. i i . i . .. ..
" i nu company reiireu ai an eariy nour,
tit-aseii wit.i ihet'CHciTion tu Having
lonoied the Executive; of the Stale, in
a mjufier comporliiig with ',the dignity
bis othec. --'ami gr.ttilying to his
fed"igs as ah individual. .V.-i-V---'"
f , lfe.it. Carolinian.
Since onr last publication, there have been se
veral arrivals from Europe.'' We have extracted
the most interesting items of mtelligeu.ee receiv
ed by themv which are as follows. ... y- , -
The iwoket ship Howard, at New-York, brot
Paris paper to the 1st, and Havre to the 2d of
A letter from Marseilles, of the 33d, states
that hostilities had' wommenced with Atciers.
the Algei-riies commenced the attack by firing
on the French schooner La Torelie, which was.
however, relurved by the balance of the Fveneh
diviriau t .n -. i- ft' v ,
The Precursver of Marseilles pnbli.sh.es ttie
following on the subject of the difi'crvnees with
Algiers! n ; -"i t rt ,
"The- prineinal wronirs of the Dcv are first,
the affaip of Sieur Xathan Maci-y, and of he
seven millions paid by France in 1820, but which
the ltecency and his subjects have not vet touch
ed; seeoud, tthtf fortifications which France erte-
ted at tiile. (a port belontrmt to Tunis; third.
the ' demand at tribute whk-h tho Ppwera -pra
tented by Franco do not nayi fonrth, the pride
and arrogance to M. Hevaf, tlie French Consul.
in his intercourse with tlie- Regency p on the
sulvject of the alfairs of Franca and the Roman
"The insult to the Consul consisted is the
TVy's throwing hk taa at bhn, and orderinr him
M LI . .ft .. . . . ,. j . .. .
imm iiw presence, r .r -'. T ' ? -:- y
' The French Government has declared
against Algiers, and given notice that convoy
will be' established between Cadis and Mar
seilles. i?r1.!!-V-'.';.?','i-;!;..i;, ':. .
- Letters from Alexandria, of about the first of
May, y that tt 'apear eertam that every poss
rible tn-eisurc was takea to n.-event tbeexerutioa
wi acsiuns wmci) B was
Waksco'inty, August ZT, 1827,
To Hesse; Liwir-scs is LeHat; -
: Gejiiismen-Tlie incori'ect imprcMio attempt
ed to be m - io on the public mind m relation to
the proceedings of the Senate of die United States,
mi the. nomination of t)e Honprahle Henry Cluy,
as becretru-y ol btate, in .March, 1825, has placed
me in the unpleasant ilikmnia of acquiesoing in
what every henatnr present must know to he
wrons, or submitting to a candid world there
marks, and the only remarks that were made on
that occasion.'.. I have, therefore, determined "to
furnish thera forthwith for publication, t will on
ly add, that several of tho most distinjuislled
Senator expressed a concuiTcnce in the objeo
ions m-ged, and declared to rn;e that they were
prepared to sustain them in the event of any mem
ber tit the Senate desiring further investigation.
liespcelfully yours,' ace. " '
. , , ; ; JXO. BllAXCH.
Mr. pRr.smEST,-.As I cannot." n
. ,i- .i - ... . .
sisienuy wun a sense ot tiuty, give a si
lent vote on the Present occasion. I
must ask the iudulgence of Ihe Senate
mr a lew moments, while I shall a'
tarnpti in a plain, frank and brief man
ner, io give mem tne reasons why I am
unwilling to advise and consent ,to this
appointment. -; -v,-' 1 i, ' ;
I am duly impressed with the tnnmen
toua duty we are about to nerlorm. and
the importance of the crisis, connected
with the deep Vesponsibilitv which at
taches to each and evcrv member: am
hence mv siilirituile to arrive at truth
by the best reflections which I have been
eiipatye; of bestowing on the subject. -
V'.l o guide and direct 1 us on this,. as
well as every other occasion, it may be
we!, first, to look to the commission un
der ;" which, and from which we derive
all our powerstd wit: the Constitution
ot the U. Mates. which we have all ta
ken a Solemn oath to preserve, maintain
and defend, not in the letter only,-but
according to its tine intent and mean
ing. yVV hilc I readily admit that the let
ter. and, perhaos, the rigid construction
-f ftl.ft-S.ft ' ft. , ft . ' ..
in inn. insumneHT, noes not imperative
ly lorbid the confirmation of this nomi
nationj yet I hazanl nolhmg in savin
that every reason which could bave d:
erated on the Convention to induce thtm
to insert the. following clause, appliee
witn increasea lorce to. miiuence the
innate to reject ihe distinguished indi
. t i .. -
vinuai, wnose nomination we are now
bout to act upon,; ;The clause is as fol
' No Senator or Representative shall, during
the time for which he was elected, be appointed
to any civil office under the authority of the Uni
ted states, which shall havo been created, or the
emolument wlrareof shall have Jieen increased
daring such timet and no person holding anv of
fice under the United States, shall be a member of
either housv during his continuance in office.
1 would askwhy and wheref.jVe is V
, . i ft.. . . ... .
..emeu oiaies.tana litis Pr;.!-.. ..
-aade 8n o,,r,(Mn tj fa-
ml wiabea of the An.eV.caa ,J,
uutler circuotsuocca of au rxiiVotair,!
ry character, has r,Ue. upon tbe
of lie United .States t.advise ,07
acnt that this effickot friend, a memhZ
lie. aboultl be made .Secretary !
I would rcsjccifully k, wbciker u
aauctioniiij or coiifirii.s avt
tion, we ai e not iufrmgii, 9q . .
tius policy of the Ct-Vstuau.? . Fiwif
.,-'....,. u i. . ... i. '"a
.... ..... . ....j wr Piisnru io yjftjft,
ate an ulike. or lo increisj. ti... v.i.
with a view lo his liulividual -; 7t
... . . - -. roar
e noi wiib as much pruortetv h- ...
pei tetl tf voting from aonlul or intt
ed con-iderations, whta .ho makes a
oflicer, who, in turn, gives hits ao ufficef .
wm noi irrsja on ae time of (he
S. hate.by any farther t fforl lo iltatrn
ami enforce the" coincidence of tlie rt.
Buns in the two casen. They lausf
apparent to every " inlellig.BtJ-q.in.
Again, waiving' all objections eb.cV
manifestly result from" the C)rr,
ing considerations, l wouhl.tsTt, ,el,. j
er.from a decent respect to nuWie ,,-
iment, we ought not to nut our vefn
thia nomination? f am not prepared hi '
assert positively that cormmion tsft1
mingled, with this, transaction but. thj
ina.ii leei aumnriscti to say and bt
lit.ve. that the circuinstames connectedl
with the recent Presidential ele'edn.'
aud this' nomination are suffictent to fix
on the public mind the strongest saspi-
manner nuve oeen cncateiljnut ol'
their rights by corruption and intriguei'
and, in-smut h as our government is ha..'
ed on public confidence, it is of tin.
ast importance that our foundation 1
well guarded. The administration uf
the government fehould not only be pure;
but its purity, as far as "practicable;
should not be suspected, tft us view
things as they exist in practicil life,
iic oenate was pruaenuy uesisneu te
. ft, .1 s .I. .- .
n voe.a. on tne appointing powpt
, I udmit. to be exercised canncious-.
ly. but fearlessly and independently
when the public' good requires'. - How
often have we mdogised and boasted n
our republican institutions: our hsDDV
distribution of the powers, of , the gov
ernment; the salutary checks, and bait
ances to be found in our Constitutioni
and the eilcctual barriers which hava
been provided to prevent the encrouch
ment ot either upon the powers of the
other, and the consequent protection te
all classes and interests? - But if these
things are only to be found in tbetheo
ry of our government, I would not give
e... r. ftL . i - 'ii i-n i.j . '
a iig mr ineni. tne tuiicrent iicpaii!
ment. should in some respects be ;con
sidered as rivals, each watching ever
onportunity to strengthen itself, flhij
weaken its nvii. Lai us, therefore,,"
vigilant in the exercise of our cnn
stitntional 1 powers," gunnled : as' well
against open assault as coyert,'lin
siduous encroachment, v" Fori howcV-f
lofty and high sounding may tie the sen
timent which we.somenmes heaV-utfef"
ed tf independence of the people, the
icgiiimaie proprietors oi tnis goveni-
ment; yet mis inoepciincncu, connecteu
with a dependence on the dispi.'n?iD
power, j is'' fraught with t.. the su'dsI
alarming consequences to lhe-Vi'.icri.U'i
of-the people; htr;'':afi fwo ' recede .froji
the ine. : we impiMCtiptihl y glide, nib1
the; ; ui..dly( embrace
From n , retrospejH of thr; past, les
sons of wisdiMi nnv often bft estnict-
ed . We seif -tome rtxeivejlieir .tlouciMii
prom ptljv ot hers, pet !,ia ps tcntimcs h
nnmbtri'are kept in it "Mate ofMpefWti'
cy. a till many have ilieiphopes afid fejri
operated on, whn. lihc the "sanguis. I,
rishman, calctila'ed tirl drawinga priie
tyhfTift'fortjothlioJiatl fet-tickt in-tln
lottery. It is lime to pause and M
the misfl.ief full in the face.rl'ts 1
roinrt to (his, that nothingb'it prnuf p-
i'ive of corruption will justify the Sen.
ate in arresting an appointmeiitrif f?
we ant iporf degenerate than fatfe
agined.n, VVhat are thi'; of 4"i
ease, as generally admitted to be- tra
to which we are not a t liberty to tura
deaf ear? We see tVt 'ftoiifi eat ipp!w
nents, neither having confidence itttl'
other, at a critical momPiif,,y.'hcii ''t
lonves and u'e, s are about "be 'di'!
edi the tine; in opposition ' to the', w
ascertained wislies- of the people oflu
State, fly into eacbi other's ariris a"
Cordially, embrace,- without aught, ar
paring -to. the, World of'reconcjliatm
ami adjustment, of ; former difl-rrncr
Bv which means, and by which ajom
the on is enabled to grap the Presfe,
Hal Chair in violation of the sovereign'
of the people, with, a saiitrv ' of S25.CC
per year, arid the? Senate of ftie , t'rut
States is called upon to aid thi Pr"
dent, thus made," to roofer on the o1
the State T)epartmeiit, w'th' a atary
?6,000; And f hereh , 01 ak ing ty m
heir apparent to the Presidency. Cuji
ment would be sopei flii'ons to a bodv
eniighrened as the one I am tiddres.in
Why. was the concurrence of fhe.Sen
required by the patriotic", a rvdiserfr
mers of nnr Constitution, if sve h'
fftHnn- more 0 do thun to register tl
edicta of the President? In tbis es
the etalted standing of, the ihdivtdn
makes it, more imperiously nnr tbit
acfirmly. . Therefore cannot j 'v
irt advise and consent to tiija'apr
(ar-pasdUrd Cothpsae I that bo member of either Hoose is per- Ifwit
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