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I: '- ..L.'I.- ;;ii:-ittt totte'-Senatef ?,illat Sir James tcirWo hasTOiiV
Ifrjaewa r'T' Tv''ai;-'; Itneed iCom. Chauncey to meet Vim
f L r..inr rftnewvd the
pir, .., . , la. ; ih committee .lien. JLwis has arrived atUiyuea,oa his way
,tle "yeri batVhUwaViTed by a majorl-ft Sackctrs fttrbourV-;
lheihul,bat Jpi yfj Xh'e British force in 'the neighborhood of F6rt
noertJsSn of the bill, which imposes ipe-j George? estimated at 10,C00 naen-our's at a-
" .k, whole. Mr. Nelson id the chair,
the bill. nx;n uiu -7 -.time.
i""t . , ........ , .... irt ihr. tillers
laying a ouj ..v.. -.
mo ion which be
uncey to meet him with his
fleet-; afd thafthe CommorJore has accepted the
challenge. Out uqdadron wastto sail from Sac
kett's Harbourin a, few days, when a battle rhay
bexpected. .,.' ".- v '
Gen De4rborn was so much indisposed, at Nia
grsf mat ma removty was qeemeg nazaruouv
flen. JLewis has arrived at'Cayuga,oo his w
UccnceisVnewed.ut, cents for
1IUI .. .r.u- ,.n;ivnfevi-rv Still. ; -
kse n.iestion on the motl-jn was decided
L; DeKiltive, n, follows :
AL .. v .-;.4 ..mM.r rh nh. the isth uist On Friday aften.oon.at half past
is .. m r nun m ivr I mi aiiAiiuiii'Mi v w i - . ? -
Al U. ...vr-x-. -v- . . ' n L
Nkw VrtVK, June SfT.
' t FROM EW-LON DON. "
The facts mentioned we have from an eye-'
witness, and we give thm full, credit'. . "l r
' Iht: schooner Eagle ailrq from this port on
.1. j. - .i . jz, sne was lasen Dr ine oarires 01 me nam ics.
f iiiri ws to increase me uutj uii me va-1 - - o .
01 v," .. .. 1 nfrAffiins. then the on Iv vmspI at anchor off
.i..:.rl in ti ncativc.
blioa T"3 . l',v"M o
L I . r .l ,m t'hi.f thpi-i" and alhird
f'7fll ,nt;r':r;' I i.j AV wn, wbrh' New dpn aboa 7 miles from the light-house
Kt iicic vnc iiigaic u 11119 uiiic 111 iiii 111
he offiogi under way. The enemy attempted to
fake th scliobner alchigside , of the 74, but the
wind, and ,ijde would not admit of it. Signal
were made, boats came from the and the men
(about 100), bean u unload the vessel. While
they were thus engaged the Eagle blew up, and
every fijan, boat, and thti vessel were blown to at
omstuot a veinige of either temaining in sight af-
and reported pfogvestand the bouse ! fPion.. The crew ofth-l?.gle-had
auu iyjw. r a s.,. .' nrtwlYttv made their eacane in he boat.
r rj - -- ------
V -June 29
The following was endoised on the register of
rr thf motion . ' '
Aimimt -it.. . '' .78 ';
Snmiry other amendmettre proposed ad
cussed, some ot wtucn were apopiea ar.o ovuera
Af;eriwsbiil was gone throughr- - ,
The committee apc D IUJ ,a7n,5J
t tax, and having mad? progress, me comaui
D!CE OF MARlTlMr tRWNUEltf
On motion of Mr. Troup, the Houst resolved the Spanish brig. Don Alona by the Lu-utenant
rUintd i comttoittee of the whole Mr.'' Nelson i of th ,loictiees.At the tune of making this en
the chair, on the hill to amend rbe act in addi-jd-ment, the officer observed thutTno further
m to" the act for-r'aisirig an additional military '. t.fpul notice would tif? given.
Tiie first lection of the hill authoriies the en
itmcht (at the drtcrefion of the Executive) of fiv
the regiments ot wtiat are :ru$uiny caijsa :ne
Live rnonlhs' men (autWiietf by an ait of List
Lion) (o be for and dning the war, ins'f ad of
reive months, to DC limi.t-o, a? in service, 10
s defence of the seaboard of tne United States,
"of such part thereof aa the PrcUlent may ie.
let and determine, '
Tnis section having b. en reaJ, a aeswitory de.
necnsued,'in which Mv,v, Troip Uc.'iolson,
bright, Clay, Orosvenor, Branl? v.tl l aylor
okDart.'Drincin&lly tttrpmg on the propriety of
lisiing men for a particular service or destina
The amendment was neRativor:, 58 to 52.
Mr Bradley moved to strike out tnt whole of
tat part of the section which restricts these men
i particular service j wmcn motion was oega
The remaining "sections of the bill, relating to
. . .. . ; i "t r
unor ameoaments iiune existing ,iw. rci'.nK
i (The army struck out, on motion oCMr.
roup, ana tne oiu.as aro'-naea .waa. orqcrcu vo
(eagrosd lore t-nirs ruainv, - , . .
iL.'- .1,84, June 26.
1 ATTACK ON OS WW J-
xtratl cf a Utter 16 age .tlemun ri tnit ci(jt"da
ted Sacjtettt Hat faf.; June ? X
This day an express arrived from Oswego with
ifonnAtion; that yesterday morning the enemy's
cjaidion appeared off t hat lace, 8t previous to his
;aviO(? (vfhich was at 5 o'clock in the, afternoon)
hey made three attempts to !ad, but on tlscover
iigour force they eh time returned to the squad-
on wha were maooCfuvering off the ha -.bor', 6c it
m generally believed (hat they would make ano
lher attempt.' On Monday last 300 infantry un.
Der command of Maj. Carr, left this place, and ar
Kved at Oswego on Vyednesday -the , express
lavs that there were about 800 militia , at that
Mace, and in fine spirits. Capt. Wolsey and sc
leral other naval officers-are 'at that place. Wo!.
ley had command ot tne schooner orowit r, which
s there- this afiernoon about 150 mounted lira
ns. under command of Mai. La vail, started for
e threatened place. , s
BURNING OF, SOTJUS, ''
. Gbneva, June 23.
On Thursday last the British flee on Ontario,
Jjtadeits appearance off Pulney ville causing' the
Snhaitants much alarm ; from whence without
idererl back to New-York,- m consequence
of that port being declared m n state ot blockade,
"tiis Mettf's ship Nictie s,
27th day of June, 1813.
" v " . J. iARKIS, Lirut.'.
v Nev Y"RK, June 30,
L The rxoswn. .We underslni, that the sclioo
;ner Eagle, which Mew up off NewLofido' "gp
Fridiy iast. was prepaid in thisciLiy, for' the piJr
pos! of destroying one of the enemy's ships ol
war,Ty ulsgripti ii. We do nrt know the
names of th; gentlemen who were concerned in
.this project. Gaz .
Letters received last evrnine by, the Noriherr
Mail, state that Gtnenls Winter and ChandUt,
i had arrived at Mom. real, on their way to Q iebc
LATEST FROM COMMODORE ILRDVS
I SQU DRON.
ri a ivuni f niivn, i . ' i u;ib jvvi uj - ji
noon, which wa broughi 'O 1 v Sunday morning
abouV8 o'cliKk, by the Kumilies, 74, the frigate
Maidstone and Loire, and a brie of war' in com
pan v. .
tCommodore Hardy detained the Smack about
jone hi)r and an hilf, and told the Captain not to
attempt to go out again, as he was delerlnineJ to
;destroy llth'Smack and othtr amll craft he
-: fell in with, url.il he was atuiBed as to the cause
Of the explosion of the Eagle
Midcl3cl: twf im4 ihe aptii of to-
Sniack, that he. lost 9 men by the explosion of the
Ebglt.' , .; .'
On the 20th of May, the privateer Paul Jones
iboJded the hi; PacKct, from N.York to Liaton
S5e had made sevt-ral piizcs ; and informer tint
three American lVlvaice&hari captured and des.
troyed ncventeert sail of mcrchammen, bound from
England i o Lisbon, under convoy of .a frigate ;
and that' the privateer . Yorkovn, of this port,
hid QApiiired ekvtn sail q mtrchannnen. j
: -- '. ' New-York, July 1.
FROM NEW LONDON, June 28.
.'.- fc3 Hie folio wini!;, as nearly as can be re
jectnrfew ho1drhupotnF-ftftn I ht Supreme
furnish , abundance. -&tocK.,uast nresm
Court Mt mftrW
if Umpton did not
nf fii:h the are much in want, his beewauppv"
e(S''thf! . ttojectftheSiVrco however is very eons?-
nera'He lor tnai purpose, ay orue ir;. nw bcmi
imagined thai thif . enemy 'meant to land a tody
of men uin the, isthmus" formed by York and
Janes riveri, vafd, thus inter? ftptzteloforcements
from thcoiinitiei above, to Major Crytchfield at
York,; while another body ' should' advance -from
Hampton Th enemy jiavehevn so little in
cAlH ttion to advance into the cduntry, that thi ap
pears to be a bolder movement than we could as
:ribe to him-'
The expedition is perhaps intended b alarm
the counties upon James uver and to stop reia
n iniei justice J. u. k,i i-. ?
John llall, r rancis Locko Ionard Htndei s-mj
Samuel Low rie and fjienry Sea will,
Oloomyi firoaiectfrntVa, and Fm:n?:: F
drought contio'v; here, and excrp'V 'Somr. ial
rains the neighbouring epuhlics, Ti i"7fi-'-"
expeneoced in the greater pjrt of liit nuu . Tiji
crops of corn .cannot exceed more tv,uitne
if we have rain now. ,'-. The crop ofoats.hn .wicti '
so inJiffeient, that few have been at the tmhJe to
Ave more than what will serve f r nt xi yeur's
seed, and many have nat been able to do as mucC
The Norfolk Ledger of the 3d jnV. say " ihe
lorcements from the upper country to the lower! account published in , gwrJast of the f ll ol l).int.
and lo' this place In particular. In respect to j zic is most certainly a forgery ; but wither. ,ir
this post, we an with pleasure state, that. Cery London orucrmuda we cannot say. "
hour improves our means of defence, and adds to
ih,: general confidence.
By ths'stage of this: morning we Warn, thai
the Uritisli landed yesterday wtjbnt 200 men ritr
lvons -Creek, on the "south side of Jornev River.
We have no further information frim tbcia
I'he ships Uf fetl jihe mouth of Pagan Creek,,. .
A bill has pa?35d bo4h Houses of fVrrvi for
authorising the ImilJirig a number ofbafgts sr-
rowgallies; for the Terence of the stares- ;d
waters of Ae U. States. .
' - - Easton, (Penn.). Iune.
F0UT-LDEN TAKEN i , '
Major 1 hoiiy M'rtuiney, from the Painted
Post, in- tiie1, Vta't-f Me. YorX arrltfd hre ;
Thursday mottttni;. He states that on the l&h
that Gen. Hrrisou, nf;cr a severe .fiht, had ta
ken Fort Mai-flan. That wheq flatpson was a.
;out comrae'.icing the attack, a number of Indians
cams from the ,Fort and asked for qu;'-eis-
that lUrriion dispatched them immediately, and
is ucd pet empwry orders tp hii troops to show
0'i quart era. Jade M'Burney informs' Us' that
this intelligence, was generally believed and no
dou'tt enierttined of it. ' , .;
rm. .u.'.J 'II jin'i .itiiMwwiWWWi
; The- President iomiuuta cohva!cerV?. Tft
grogfess of his recertxk ff m the sev'-ry iltness ,
with? which hchas been ttH-cted, is race f i. r. vi
th.f the ntost sanguine anticipations cfvs fono.
ly and bu physicians. - . , Aa(. ar, . .
; We have infdrma'ioa -from our-Arjmf at F t
CSeig,:iiateTUiihTt-rt ar3 i
Gen. DsA&Boaw, fuvmgin lonw degree re eiv
inst. the express post trom Niagara passed ej froVn his:sevee indisposition, had tasu.jn "d jtlw,
tnrougntne ramua rost, -wun ine iraeiuge'icejcoroynind of the army.
FRtn-r, JULY 9. 1813.
stopping, they shaped their course 'ywactla Sodt;s, ii every descnptiDn. ' One or two smacks
Where was stored about 150 barrels provisions', jhseh brought too sinGB, and teen told that
UC 311 ILL. W. niUWII'lkBI' nV.V , a 1 f A
eoth:crtdt is a .copy of the rotification of Com
Hardy, in consequence of the explosion of the
schooner Eagle. , i
The inhabitants of Stonington, New London,
and its licinity, are hereby informed, that afi
this day no boat of any description shall be suf
fered to pasfi or upproach his Urtlannic Majesty's
squadron off New London.
- r Given on bonrd his B.' M. ship RamiiieB, off
New London, 25th June. 1 8 13.
.T H. HARDY, Opt "
We yestettlay received a communication, stat
ing that the prohibition ahonld extend f to vessel;
Col. Swift regiment wasordered on duty ; they j : O.'i Saturday eveninjr, a frigate afd-two armed
Were assembled with alacrity and removed from j br$s Came "to at) anchor in company with the
the villiage atout one thousand" pounds U. S..4s4adron, ; They - were alf, in sights yesterday,
property; the fleet not appearing, the alarm sub-' 11 ti morning they got under way and went to the
sided and the regiment UismiS'ietl. The residue ; eawara, itavmg oniy tne Kamuies ana rzee.
of the property belonging to individuals wa not
Removed they being under no tears tor its satety.
On Siturday evening the flset male its ' p
pearatrceand anchored about three miles , off the
liUage ; it consisted of several large Vessels and a
number of small ones. About o'clock- they
landed a number of men, who carried off what re
gained in store, and wantonly burnt and destroyed
seireraLofheJbejst. houses and stores In ;;the vtl
fage and'embarked'about 6 o'clock next morning,
hen the fleet cot under way. On their landing
they were met by about 150 of the inhabitants, who
fird a volley which is said to have killed 5 of the
enemy. ; it was reurped by three lime'sv their
"i.mb r, killing one, monaUy' wounding two,, apd
. .-. r . . . i . r " a ii
"k'H ly oner ait: ivees- ctmpary oi ftruuery
lunched from this villace about 4 g clocfe Sunday
morning, and Col. Coh's "and Smith's regiments,
12 o'ekek Monday morning. Col. "Swift's regi
ment also returned. Many of our citizens with
out distinctipn of age or parly, vplunteered in the
cause, and they lined the road between this and
Sodus, a distanceof 30 miles.
New Yobr, Jirly I.
The Sl:am-Boal from Albany, lias bro't the
- General dearborn havirf resiened the com
mand of the 'ND-rihetn' army yit devolves on Gen
'ade ilamptcn who was at Albany on Tuetkiay-
?iSt,onhis way ' to Burlington', (Vcrmon'O where
conicifroy;s jorceis couocttu ;- v
We cannot account for their movements. There
are various cot'j-ciuresjrespesting their shifting
their. ground so often.
The repairing of Groton Fort is progressing
our mili tii force increasing. . ' ,
The schr. Eagle which exploded on Friday
last, -off New-London, was fitted out at this port,
i'od failed under' the direction of captain "Kiker.
She' was loaded, we understand, with tar, pit-ch;
' quantity of spirits of turpentine, and about-400
libs, of powder placed in kegs ih the hold. To
the. powder were attached e number ot locks, to
which rope's were amxed in such a manner se
to .spring and produce ah explosion, on the it
tempt to remove the first barrel. Aaough capu
Hardy' mentions his loss to have oeentint eleven
men and one oHiMjr, captai1STliKerrwho observ
ed the., explosion from the shore with a glass,
states that he counted distinctly 40- men in the
barge. , . - ' , - . . '' .' ,
' NoRPotK, June 30.
On Monday about 10 o'clock the enemy'.s fleet
in Hampton Roads made a' movement. Five
shins (frigates) three brigs, and ' four Schooners,
got. "under weigh, .wit h the wind about S.
Fhey stood up James river, until tbe ebb compell
ed the nfcr to anchor about 4 o'clock the flood
mjdev when with a frth brt ere at. about fiooil
ot-g.jt under weigh, and at, sun. set were out hi
3itrh.. - ft " -;
' The object oFtLii mofeOWQV vje cjft Q& cj- fictty end rijrejV
OPERATIONS AT HAMPTON7. " ,
An official comrannicsioo from M.gor Crfj;cl .?
field to his Excellency Gov.. Barbour of Virginj
gives the following account of the p'octeoings
of the Biitish at Hampton. We are o1iged to
compress this account into the following abrwu
Early inihe morning of the 25't!' i.h Uie.MiU
r lt rirAl rv trn inVntl tn Vol Til .- 4( 'rT.
v.ili -fviiiia auw 1114V1 uiuiivii l ica v ' ' -v-
tish barges were approaching the inuih of Hmip
ton, creek, by the ynibn chaneel, in the fiiifccion v
til vv 1 jiii i.iTic wa. uurinium iui uini lit lib
England Plantation. At 5 o'clock 7 the bargcsap?. j
proached Blackbearc'.'! point-the .headmost com-
menccn firing round shot; which wat returned '
drew back and sheltered hmelf behind the point,' '
and thence discharged l5Vandtlfls awl rocket
n'leu Willi cuiiiiusiiuic maur iiiubuy wiiLnuu wo...
ing injuryV Our Rifle company, v ho? had been '
dispatched to conceal theraaerves in the woo ls, y,
tne roan, on wmcn u was suoDoseij ine euemr
. . m a P ' .4 ll t
on ine neaaonus coiunin. unceivn-K mo vi.
fle men, from their great inferiority in force to. be .
in danger Major C. marched his troopn io Sup
port it. They were fired on by the enemy's mOS
ketrv. from a thick wood -orders were.ifiverv to
wheel into -a line and march uoon tlw ttreniv,.
Thev had not marched Yards), wbtii the enema
j . . t . . .
I'-' - -V - . . . ' ,
and canister, and his machines, filled with .octiets..
Upon this unexpected attack with orda.uit c. It
was, deemed necessary to wheel agifj into .
fxmoMid gatik pUx bebAffl jFSuj jer" ,
rvmc-uicif, win , iu ji viitmij in .ii..k. v
ihr irlpjidiv l,scharBf a. ' Ih chaniin thu ru.si. ' '
oiauon. ition.-a conumieo nre wai KeDi no ov 11.8, enrin,-.-'
2. The memory of George Washington our The grape shot from a thirl piece oier.et o-tjhe
great fuimcai father, tlero and amttman. May
our chil lren's children, to the latest posterity,
venerate his matchless character. "
3. Tne ouicers and Soldiers of the Revolutiona
ry Army : It is to their fortitude and bravery onr
heloved Country owet. iin Indtrpcnden&e.
4. The Patriots and Statesnma of '76 1 -Their
virtue and love of Librrtywill never cease to be
admired and emulated by the Sons of Freedom.
5. The Constitution of the United States: In
Peaceihepledge-of ptosperity ; In War, the
bulwark of safety.
6. The American People fl?m and. united
li enduring (he evils of V-ar, they will equal
the " titude of their Revolutionary Fathers
7. The President, of the, United Statesthe a
hle Advocate of Neutral Rights, and the watchful
Goardi&n of our Xaiional Honour.
8. Congress 'and the Constituted Authorities of
the Union, On their Wisdom a;rd."Patriotisth we
rely for the discharge o( the great duties confided
to th?m. . . , "'r;i'' ' -
9 .Oor jflfant Navy 1 It has astonished, and will
continue to astonish the Wortd , by its unexam
pled Intrepidity and yalouri C:. ..' 1 'T
10. Our Land rwee ! It " has emergea ,irom
' Mjor Gsneral Calvin Jonos, of this city, is
-i - - 1 . j.. ..r . -1 . j .u:
auo- 1 .o raho a ouy 01 vi(inlCer, W .. ci -.cu , f nf 4 '.twelves.
aci vii.i;! iu 111c i . o iur a mire iikiihh-. iuui
of duty in Virginia. It is believed the volunteers
(;-vhose nu'nbers are not. hnitt-d) will be readily
raided from among the first ranks- in society. It
will, we h-pe, be such a cWps of ejentlernen as
once ;. litied distinction f r N: Carolina at King's
Mountain. In tint memorable aruii field bfficers
appeared in the ranks with muskets as pritate
The anniversary of our Independence was tele
hrated here on Saturday the 3d, with the usual
-temonst rations of j y and unanimity. ' A very ex
cellent oration was spoken by D '. A. S. H. Bur
ies, and the declaration of Indepimdence read by
M John R. Ltigh. A very numerous and re
spectable company took dinner at he State House,
lftcr which th following toast? were dra iki
t. Ttit JRhPf XuIr 17707 djy the principle
of ttut day continue to animatj the hearts of the
America 1 Peojli!, and guide the Councils of the
Americans, and with the other two,- thj'tnr ho!
Into confusion and tetfeat. Afewleadi6 pla.
toons under Meiers Corbin !k ICrbtchfield' vvhttf i
ed into the wood, formed On the flanks of the RP
flemen, uiiderthe heavy fire of the ehemjr.jBtid fo?
a time, ktp' up the contest with" 'warmth--anil
spirit. Major Corbin received in his left arm and
leg two scvereTwoundsand l a musqiiet ball in th
neck ot hi3 horse. Our troops ;tompellcd tbrJ
tire, kept tip an becastonr retreating fire, wbiili
eterjr time had its tffect CaptftinTrior-tri.h hi ;
officers and matrosaca laughteria; many of the?
enjEmyjemain&ionvih g'0nd, until surrounded.
When the enemy were jritbin 60 70 yards, they
spiked thsir guns, broke through their n-ar, and by
swimming a creek, made srodd their' retet, car
rying ; their carbines, and hiding them in tire
woods t' v. . - ' '
The force of the British wat at least tvo thntr
aand v huridr.dJVten i that of the.mit'i ican?,
fdur hundred and. thirty-six Infantry, Riflemen,
Artlllerjr Tmd Cavalry The British lo-? rannox
befesff tfiao two hundred, and is believed tc
rrt8rty Wre. The American loss is 7 kiile' , 13
irdi)nded,one jrisoner, and 1 1 miwing - totally
thirty one I . : - .- i .
the Cloud of misfortunewhich overshadpwtd its
dawn- Victory jvtll yet unfurl Us banners,' and
Glorv. irradiate its match. . , , v ,-V 4. ...
j 1 1. May the War in which we are engaged be 1
carrtea on tun Uly anu yipui,vcuijJccM(jwi.H
humar.Uy ;nd may our Enemy become sensible,
1 hat a resort. to wahton Copflagiations, and the em.
ployment ofhJScalplng Knife, diigracrraclvil
ized Nation; A :5:ft:
12. 'Our Maritime yRightSi--theseate the b
jects of the War,end tht y will nut be abandoned.
13. The micron t o Russia : It pioves to the
world, mat wnusv we are ngnimg ior our i - , r Piniwiv
w WU,M.KJ" T' vl",4U"tuvir f?RO Mr. WW. m Wak. wmuy, on Satur&y the &
sion ot negociaung an nonoraoie reace- i . jjp ihst .g man phi l, very dark eStipiwrSTeff'
U. The memory. of Pikeand .Lawrencej andjgor7 inches hich haiomegreyhain, anA i$lni.-cknf:-;. Ha
. j. LA..... MU.in ll.. l!. ., M . .... ...J - ,,..11. f,,,A. I l,.iu. ,1 i.
tneir 'OmpairiOlS.innVriH5, wnu uac iniicr in ine jan excciiHii rirjiciiici, uu m jn.j 6'" .. - --..
course of the present f War, bravely fighting in 2-X
"?.Cvonty '-Dollars - Reward. . -
RAtA WAY from th SubicnMrMW Wed.-.ciaf, the
' June, a negro man named ND about 23- ais ul"
5 ot 3 or lOiqcbes high: Svdoegw wash-ughU't r. Saru.1..
uel Mill bf Rockiagharaeoumyi N. C. but wa broushi h ffj,
the &isti' Shoret of Mylod it H uppoicd will tkrk
yjj about SalisWiry, N. C. as siryife w sold to Jii gir l
ot tha plc. ,' Whoever Jl apprelMmd m'.1 m j;r" .Ki ccui
him in any jail thai I may et him again; hii rtct-ivc thc'fv
luvo reward, and ail, reasonable chargt pail.
- Chatham, S. C. Juno 88, 1813. Hg
their Counli v's cause.
15. "Agriculture, Commerce and Manofactureg.
On their cultivation and encouragement depends
the Wal(h of "Nations. ' .
16. Literature, Arts and , Sciences M the, Co.
rintkian Capitals of polished Society."
17. The American Union j May it be perpetv
ual, and may he he considered. a Traitor' who
has the hardihood to. assail it.
v 18. Political Harmony 1 May nothing ever
sever those Bonds of. Amity which ought to-unite
the free and. happy Citizens of America. . ,p
It is said that Ctfn cress will a Jiottra in a few
day s-Our representative has voted against the
direct taxa So" far he has ;r done well lor: his
onst'uuems cannot-nay-tlftm tvlthaiit rqUfh dif
l. till V WYMVT.. A (rmnront n api ht
tuc y.ni. vi . v . . . a r ...
'given to any person 'who will apprehend . ihe uit bw v 4 ..
Iier U.m to the f ubscriber, 3 mile north ot C. I. -6oihtnd'
'start. - . . HEtfRITGOUOrOSr
, July 6, 1853. .' - - ' ' " ' '" ' '
' 'I YANCEY k BRANSON
OFFER tfr Mt their StOCK OF OOPS, in b Cty.it
Raleigh, fo Cash or uu a Ctettii lor NewtiabW Ifztl ..
hamisom Aiottmeni tor many places, and wcli laio in.
Mir 6, 1813. , ,. , if
HALV9 x -" V .
DRY GOOD isf GAOC: Jit ST0liF.t
CONTAINS a handme aM-rtinent of DK V GOODS flf?1.!
QKOcitlltS.. which vill b sold imcab. Thtrc huJ
haod, - -Ai'iKl -t. HiiUGAR; - . ' ' .
. -y-- molasses. ., '. ." --, .',""'.""
And alra!t-every article UGrrfty tUte.v. '