North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. II ]
cn.iKLorrE, x. c., sepi'kmuki} 20, isse.
[N«» 100.
Jit Three Dollars a yiar, pniil in advance.
No piiper will be discontinued, unless at tlic
discrclioii of the editor, until all aiTcuniges arc
Advertisements will be inserted at the usuul
rates. Persons sending in advertiseiiicnts, arc
loquestcd to note on the mari^in the nilmbcr of
insertions, or they wil! be continued until forbid,
and charj.yeil accordinjfly.
\j‘A\u\ Vur ^v\\e.
IIIK siib’scribcr offers.'^
for sale a valualdc
ttract of I^and, on acconi-
^^.^Imodating- tinns, which,
,.u.^ ..I the Fowi r part of In .h i! county, on the
li( ad waters of Kocl.y ){ivi r, adjoininif the lands
of G. S. Houston, Uenj.imin Mrevard and others,
ii-id containiiif; acres. 'I’he saiil lai\d is of
iuahl% and well watered, both as to sjirinfys
;uid branchts. Of the land now in crop, amount-
iiij*- to l' or 50 acres, the most of it is well mu-
miretl and w ii! proihu'r com, cotton or wheat,
•in suliieicnt (iuaiitit> to abundantly conipeii'Hite
tlif iiusl)uniln\ in for his labor. Kxperiment tias
prow n it Is peculiarly adapted to receiv e
j;i\ at and jv rnian-, lit hem lit from niainirc.—
'I’lu re is on it a l ir;;e ixirtion of h)\v j^r. unds,
of excellent cjuahty, l ilher fur meadow or pas
ture, lU or 12 aciv> of which are in i^ood oiiler
;uid have been mowed for a number of years.
The priiicijKd dwi’lliiij^-lionse is larj^e and com-
1110 lious, which, with a little additional expense,
Tiiii^Iil be made comtortalih- anil convenient even
tor a liirj^e laniilv. I'lie situation 011 wliicli it
btands is probably ecjual to any in this ortlu' ad-
jaci’iit counties- There is a well of gciod w u-
tcr convenient to the house, and a lar^^e, fertile
j;-arden. Tberf are two improvements on tl'.is
tract, which will be sold together or separately,
to suit purchasers. It would be a desirable
place of residence for a nieniljer ot the pi'oles-
«,ion of or a I’h} sician, beini^ in a respect-
j\i)le and populous ucii^'liborhood, and at nearly
:ui (ipial dl>t.Jice from live surroundin.u; villag'es.
It is uniii ce^sar_\ to j^ivi- a further lU scriplion
of this I'liul, as tiiose, noiloulit, w ishln},Mo pur-
tluisf, will view the |)Temises. For terms, ap-
pl\ to the sut)scribcr, li\ing 5 miles north of
(jOiiford, Cabarrus countv.
N. 1$. \pprovcd cash notes, noi^rocs, or notes
nrtfotiable and l)a\a le at the (Jliarlotte Hank,
viil be received in i)a\ment. A. C. M.
8'Jtf '
Fur till' Dtiiil'il if llXl'imn ACADEMY 111
ISorth-(;ar(»liiia, Jc.
ON Fridav, the 29lli
inst. wiil be sold, at
the d\veirinj;--lioase of Ze- W
Yoy ^a\e,
nas Alexander, deceased,
the following- jiropei-ty, \ 'i/:—Sa»v .Mill and
(irist Mill seat, includini^ about fdti en acres of
I'lnd ; a tnict of land of about 'JOO acres, three
miles from (Charlotte, on the w est side of lieat-
tie’s J'ord road, of a {food ipiality and w i ll tim
bered ; a front and back lot in Cluu-lotte, unim
proved and hanilsoinely situated; about thirty
acres of land near Charlotte, joii'.iu!.’; the land o)
Wni. Hudisill, Samuel M’Conibs and others;
two nefro women, stock of all kinds, with a
variet} of other articles. AI.-.0, ;\l>o\c one luin-
dnd ci)j)ies of the first volume «)f \\ in. (3. i)a\is'
lectures on the New 'I'estament. Sale to com-
nionce at 11 o’clock:—terms made known on
the d;iy of sale.
A. W. AI.HX.\N1)F,1?, E.-i’tor.
Sept. 1, 1HJ6. 4tl'.0
F. S. All peisoi.s indebted to the estate of
Zenas Ale.xander, deceasetl, Dy note or book c-
count, are re(iucstnl to coine forward and make
P‘i\ nient, as indulj>encc caniua be given.
A. W. A.
By uiit/writf/ of the State of Sorth-Varulinu.
Y Rockland I'lantation, contain-
l^JL ing 745 aci'es, lying in the fork
of big Sugar (M’eek, adjoining the
^?j^^s^lands of \\ illiam Cook, Dr. Fox, and
others; pajable in four crpial pajmenls, viz-—
on the 1st diiv of .!;iuuary, 182vS, 18J9, I80U, and
18.n, with int( rest on tlie three last payments
from the first da\ ot January, 18J9. Bonds,
w ith approved security, w ill be reipiired, or a
lien on the lands. 'I'liose who may wish to
purchase, must make application to myself, or
Col. 'i hoiiia.s (i, I'olk, w ho is authorised to .-ell,
bidore the 15th of ^rtoi>er next. The ptnrhas-
er can have the crop on the ground at a fair val
uation, together w ith stock, farming tools, 8i.c.
8tl03 nilJ.: 1*01.K.
Lawdft i‘o\* ^‘a\e.
I'^NDKIi a decree of the Court of F.quity for
L-' IJutlierfonl c ninty, pronounced at .\pril
■ erni, A, 1). in tlie case of Arthur Mron-
soii, (loold Host, .lames 1$. Murray and Fcter A.
teeter \V Hadcliif and Kli,ia Thompson,
iXecutors and F.xccutrix of .lames Thompson,
deceased, aguin-^t Augustus Sacket,—1 will pro
ceed to sell before the Court-House ,it Asheville,
in the county of lJuncombe, on iVulay, tlie l.Uh
day of October ne\*, (.ne tract of land'-ontuin-
ing tliirty-:.ix thousand four hundred and iiirKtv -
four acn s : this tract is situate in tlie soutli-east
corner of the county, on (iiten i;v..r and its
And in riiitherford county, b. fore the Court-
House ill liutherfordltin, on Tuesday, the 17th
day of October nv\t, being in term of the Su
20,000 DOLI^AXtS.
Draiciitg lo cununtvre in I/Ills'orou^li, uu the '2d
Momtny Ilf Siptcmhtr
Pri^e of
3 00
l)ollar:j, is ?20,000
3 6,8 JO
I'lJlST ('LlSS-To hr dnnrn 29th y»v. lS2o
9,000 Prizes. 5 23,886 tickets at ?5 is Jiy,4;''.0
14,886 HlanksS
iXj tuv BItiiihs to a Prize..
500 Tickets to lie draw n in a day—to be com
■ pleted in 18 da\s’ dra'.vin;.'. All tlie nutni)eis
1 to i>e ])laced in oiU‘ v. IkcI, and the ]>ri/es in aU'
‘ other.
'/'he lout druifu ’I’lchit an th>:
First dav will be entitled to I’ri/c ol
,1. H. YA I KS A. McliN'FYHK, Mamt^irs.
Prize of
51 2,000
. ^ .
8,7 (jo
Third da} .
Fourth day, - -
Fifth da}-, - -
Sixtli day, - -
: Seventh day, - -
! Kighth day, - -
j Niiitii da\', - -
1 'i'enth day, - -
I Kleventh dav,
i Twelfth day’
! Tliirteenth day, -
I’ourteenth dny, -
i I'iftcciith day,
; Sivteenth day,
Seventeenth day,
.1 Kighteelith day, -
1 ,(,'00
that, they are so many republics erfcted
ot> .the prinriples of niire denjocracy.
'I'he difli’rcnccs obscrv.'ihle itt their res-
pcclivtvforms of guvcrnii-.tnt exist only
cxtcrnallj. They rcsi ok a common
varicioti'i of praise ; arid as their sufTra"
I'es arc iiu!ispei)sai)le to the election either
of a supreme inai;istrate, ati inspei ior of
a market, and oven of an oflicec >i’ a rei^-
inu'nt of militia, it iollows, that tlie am-
roundatioM j every where the numerical j I ilion (jf the one and avarice ol the oihers,
tnajoi ity irifluences (iiroctly the choice of sinyintj in chorus, the praises ol me
men and measures : every where the c:> sovcreii;ti people, have iinished l)v le-
ecutive power, very limited in its altri- Uucinjj the perpetual adul.ttion addrc'ised
butesj is lVe(iuen;ly renewed! rvet y where to them, in the sj)eechcs of their oratot s,
it\ iino, the j)eoplc possess rij^hts lescrv- and tlie colnnms of their tjaxelles, to the
ed to themselves whi( h iheir let:islators | simple ibrmtila which declares, that the
dare not toucli. Thesr rit^hts, liiivini;;) American nation is the, most enlij-jhleiied
for their object individual lihert) ami se- ai/d virluouj on earth. 'I'his assertion
curily, arc like tlie laws of Moses, ])Iaccd may be even found in the annual mcssa-
on a labernach', w hich no profAiie hand j ^es of the j)residciit of the United States,
dares assail. Mcweil at a distance, this!—• Pajjes 130 lo 1J1-]
constellation of republics pleases the eye
and satisfies the a)ind ; the principles on
which they are based, reilec-l honor u|)on
humanity; the apparent eiVecis of these
popular forms of goverjimeiit, pi'csent
‘ Theseolservations bhould he taken in a lim-
iti 'l sense, th.i is to say, as appli'"able to all
demo'iatic governments. To prevent any mii-
understaiiiliiK’- on tills point, the author doc4
the image of happiness and content-J not hesitate to declare it as his con\ic(ion, tluit
ment ; but as soon as you examine them
more closely, you discover svrious im
perfections, and even anomalies. In
watchint^; over individual rights thus ten
derly, justice is rendered imtjinpetcnl to
the sui)pression of many ollenccs com
mitted in the d:.ily trasaclKjns of mV.
Without bein^; very imi)orlai>l in them
selves, they nevertheless an'ect public or-
a repuidiiMii govi'inuieiit ;d'tne suits th’,; trnited.
St;itfs in their pres, iit sit\iation, and is the only
one which could subsist in that country.
J'rom the Charleston Courier.
.Mr. I'lu roit.—A Poet has said, “'tis
('(.iueali'jn liiriiis tiie litimaii mind atul
il mu\ 1)(* jiisllv allirnK'd, that no triitU
perior Court oniiatc.mnt}, I will proceed to t,,'^ ,,,i, or.^>ani/.ed po- l,as iTC.-ived tho commm conscnl of
s(dl all the lands usuallv denominateu “ >pecu- ‘ ■ ■ a • ' i- i ■ i .1 *i .1 ♦
lice, athiitg incompatiliie with American j ni inUiiul more implieilh’, than lliat con-
inslitutions, could easily, at least in t j t;iined in tin; dborv line, 'riieri; is a-
considerable dc^jree, have pievented their, tiiith eotmeeti’d with th(i subjf;ct
occurrencc. In guarduii; agninst the a-! whieli I laive, to bi; in'thc
buse ofexecutixe powet, they have made |
it incapable of fulfilling the 1 or inattention of pnreiits and
.U.y luv. „pm, ,t ,. l U , ;
concerns the conduct ol the loreign rela-;^ • i
lions of ihe coanf), nr those of the con-j noai v as uru c sa
federated stales atnoii;^ themselves. In i tliat,
lation l.ands,” situate therein, consisting of
lifty-eight separate tracts or patents, containing
■111 aggregate amount of thri e hundred and thir
ty-seven tlioiisind nine hundred and ilft\-live
acres. These laods, from their gi lu lal disjjcr-
sion, present all the varieties of sod, SiC. to be
I'ound in the couiitj. • '
Also, in .Meeklen!'urg county, b( fore the
Court-Houje in Charlotte, on NVednesday, the
15th day »f November next, tjeing in term ot
the Sujierior Court fi.r tiiat county, 1 will pro-
ed to sell tweiit} tlmusamt four liundnd and
fort}-live at res oi land, comprising sevciitern
separate tracts or patents, situate in tlic south
eastern section of the county, in or near the
Gold Mine region.
lands will be sold l>v tl
Tlie above lands will be sold liy the separat
tract or patt lit; and should the saf ;it an} I ted States will concur in the opinion, that
of tlie above places be not tinished on Uie d;iy ^ Con-ress, is little sou-ht after
mentioned, it will'continue irom uav t(» oa\, ' .
until completed, or until ho much t'licivof is ; by lawyers and phy.iciahs in possession
sold as may be swHlcient to satisty the ubo\ e oi an extensive jiractice.*
mentioned decree, amouiiting to one huiidred I This is not however liiC J)Iace to enter
and ninety-nine thousand nine hundred sev-I ^;i'itical examination of popular
■ lit}-eight dol!;irs, and the legal int. rest tlu-iv- n.overnn\ents. Like every other wo' k of
o:. from the 21st of Auijust, A.H. ISJJ, untd of imperfeclion.
liut if, a.s Hie author believes, limited and
constitutional ttionarchies better giiar-
ranteo individual safely and public Iran
(juiliiy tlian democratical states; yel it
is certain, at least, that tlie latter are the
mobt economical form of j;overnmcnt
that can' be a(!optcd : and, whatever we
may think of it in other respects, this
must be admilteil to be a very impoilanl
advantai^e in a country which mc-cor like
is jtisl burstinc!; iVom obscnr’ty.
Tiieie [irevails am(Mi;j the ;\mcricun
their anxiety lo restrict the expenses of
government, they liave excluded from all
public emnloynu-ni men of education and
mlems; r'„- it is c.riai.i, au.l all iW- a of scliuuls „r tcai-liM's !
who have sojourned any time in the L'lii-1 ,, i.. 4i.„
“.7a’ l/ie tu'iff is f/cnf, the tree's iudnud.'*
1 do not mean thatcliihlrcii are not scn(:
lo school a siilTifieiit titnc, or that tlierO
lernis—Cash. Conveyances of tille to be
executed bv the comjjlainants.
T.'f. HlUCHET l', Chrh y Mudvr.
August 1, 1826. 7tl00
This work is saiil to be iVom the pen of .Mr.
I’oi.tncA, formerly Minister from Hussia to the
United States, and now one of the highest and
most confulentiul olficers of the Uussian g.„v-i
Ihrj/ are, tlirougliout nearly tlin whole
ol'otir country, siiniciently ahtiiulant,
and ill some jdaros \vc iiave them to o-
ir/'Jl(nr/ni{. What I nuMft is tliis—
that little attention is paid to i\n'proper
eiliioation ol‘ ciiildrcn : in other words,
sniricieMt earc is not taken t(j have them
/t‘(irn, and nndvrstuvd what they ut-^
tPTnpl lo actinire. H a child t»;«'ts a va
riety of lessons “/yy //r/'z/V,” into
a great luiinher of siihjeets, and sj;linces
at inan^’ofthe sciences, this iHjjruc/ic-
idh) deemed ^'//.'///»• an cducalion.
This inattentloh on the part of guard
ians and jiarents, iinds its countorjiart ia
the >;cncrulitij of teachers. I have
seldom fonnd an execplio!i, aiul I have
long observed tlu': /naunLr in which
chiidreii arc taught at school. In the
of a writer in a ri( o»"s;etowu
ermiieiit. An Anierican, who has mad • himsilf
people all alm.iht umv.rsal op.ti.oii, a"l „
»Mch will no: Ik c;„sily viadiculi-.l, l!ut,
unikrll,opeeul,.r.iiu,i,,,«lm h 1. , ^ i„ ,.f oi,; insti-
their eouMtry is placcd, a popular r^ov-
. ernment is the best uda[)led to them.
15,C>J(J lllaiiks.—2 1,360 Tickets.
Tills is a I.ottery lormed iiy the ternary per-
mul.ition ol .10 jiumbcis. To determine the
pr ,'es therein, tiie .'U utimlu rs will be piildicly
'I'he rest of the prizes flo;iting in the w heel
from the commencement, amounting to
Prizes paya!>le at the Agency of the (lank of
]da ed lu a w iieel on the il;«} >♦ draw ing, aiul, C;ipe-Fi ar, in Hillsborough, .N. C. .SO days after
four (it tlieiii lie drawn out; and that I icket j tin- comidetion of the draw Ing, stibji ct to a dis-
haxing on it tlie 1st, .Jd and .3d drawn iuiml)ers, j cou-it of 15 pci'ceiit. All prizes not demanded
in tiie oi\ier in v.hich dr.iwn, will be entitled to i within 12 months from the completion of the
the ]ui/e of rl2,0^»0. j drawing, will be considered as I'urfiited to the
And ill )Si’ live other 'rickets having on them ' uses of ,the hoUery.
the s.niie nuniDirs, shall lie entitled to the pri
?,cs allixed to ttieiii re-;|)ective!v, viz ;
The 1st, 3d and 2d to' j.6,0U0
The 2d, 1st and od to 3,000
Th" J'l, 3d aiul 1st to 4,000
'I’he 3d, 1st and 2d to 2,500
'rhi- .)d, Jd and 1st to 1,350
The 6 tlc'.els which shall have on them the
.1. M ('unimisniuncr.
■ IJilhfioroifgh, Jjiril, 1826.
'I'he attention of the North-Carollna jiubllc is
respectfulh invited to the foregoing sclieinc.
Tin- laudaiile purpose conti mplated w ill, it is
hojied, it the aid of tl.ose who al'u
ii'ienilly to the int rests of liti-rature ami sciei.c;-;
and the name ahuie ot the g. litii'maii who iias'
1st. Jd and 4th-drawn mimhers, in some one ot^ ,.„„^^.„ted to act as Cr.mmissionei- lu tlie man-
tle ir order-
Will each be enlitkd to a iiri/.e ol
The 12 tickets which shall have on them any
oliur three of the drawn minil)ers, in any order
ol iiermut.itlon, w ill >.aeli »e eiitilli il to a prize
of ^500.
Tlu l.’)() tickets wliich ;.hall have two of the
drawn numbers lui tlu in, and tliose twuthe .id
find 1th, Will eacli be entitled to a prize ot ^50,
rliose 78 1 tickets whicli shall b.ive on them
some other two of tin- draw ii miinber-, will each
be entitled to a prize nl >10.
And tiiose 7,-!00 ticki Is, which sh ill Iiave on
hem some one ot the dr w n numbers, w ill each
be entitli ,i Iom ])nze of
No ticket which sliali have drawn a jii'i/e ot
a s;u|,'eri(u'denomination can he eii'iitled to ;in
iiiiV-rldi' I'l'lz.. I’i'izes jjayatile tort} davsai'ir
the ili;iw iiig, .iiid subji ct lo the usu. 1 dedU' tion
«f 1 -> pi r ct'iit.
-ichi ne at the Managers’ (lUices.
Wiiole Tickets, ^5 ()0 I Qu;irter:i, 25
Halve., 2 50 I
Ticki.'ts and Shiircs in the above
I.(lit r\, are lor sale at the otlice ol liic Cataw -
ha ,1 unial. Orders !)} n'all. cnclo'-lug the cash,
v\ill II- promptly atleiided to.
agemcut of the L(utery, is a sulllcie nt pledgi of
1 tlie fairness with whicli it will lie conducted.
A. 1). Ml Hl’in'A.
(7j^'rieUets in tlie above Lottery are
for sale at the OiHce of the .lournal. Ordeivs i>}
mad, will be iiromjitl} attended to.
Wouse oV* V'iuViivVtviumeut,
tillioiis, for the teachers to be satisfied
with tlu; mere nf the task [ire-
sciitK'd to their pi'pils, withont attemj)t-
even supetful dly acqu;dnlea with the histm-y . l,jj„^vn no other since its first
and \)0liti.-s of his country, wil! derive little in- j colonization, and the history of ihe l-iii-
forniation iVom the pages of the work under SL'.'.cs lui'iiishi'S iio sinp,le incident' itig to ascd lain vvhelh(;r it ht; tho Irsson
consideration; that, indeed, was not the obji cA i exhibitin!; the slitjhle it tendency in the ^ ol a jiariot, 01 a br^ing cap ible ol K'llec-
of the work. Hut, if it be desirable that the nation to w ai ds c'li'.tif.^e in the cxi'din'g lion.'’ his tun true lh:d .nos! I'ich-
form of };!;overnnienl—a form which I’c-, test satisiii;'! witli t'n
people of a remote region should be made ac-
ipi.Viiited with the nature of our institutions,
the manners and customs of our people, and
with the ph}sical character of our count ry ; and.
commends itself so powerfully to then
favor by the smullnes.-. of ihe rxpcndiiurf
!iecc.->sary for its mainiena.nce. Il is on-
’.llywhen ihe Americdns rejjresent liieir
\ND Stage House, at the sign of the F,a_y;!e
la Ciiarlotte, Noi'tli-Caroliii.i, b\
1:.136 UOI'.KUr U A'l'SON-
V Vl))\\c Vil\\ V\ 1\\ W i\YVi w\.
Shares can De iiad iii'the above subsi rliier ni!'orms his iVii lids and the
I public, that li.- ha-; purchased that w ll
kiioAii  stablishni' iit, lately owned and oci iiju-
ed b\ Dr. Heiiilersiiii, and is now prej>ar d
eiiti rtain trav( lleis ami others, w ho nia} phase
to call on him ; and no evertlons will be spared
to r>. iidcr them comliirtable, and their st.iy a-
greeablc. His t.iblo will lie fiirnlshed with ev-
ere variety whielithe country all'ord^ ; bis bar
with t!ie i)est ot h(|noi':i, ;nid* his st ilih s with
pl' iityof |irov luler, aiulearLl’ul nrvants will
jje in constant alteiidaiicc.
llol-.riM' 1. DINMNS.
Charlotte, .\prll 20, 18.(i. * hO
^VVVVWUU 1>\\ V\vt.
Jt’ST pubhslie I, and for at this office,
price IJJ cents, “ \'i (ui t!ie .\ione-
nu'iU.” I5v S \ >11 Ki, (;. (; u.ii w K1.1, i\. \1.
cYtVvwUiucwVs uwv\ \\vuw\s
t'or sale, at t!i'. Ojltty gf'.-li'J Juuviiu},
I'lntrv 'TalvCi's’ Wtirrniils,
F' V u‘. ’’.'J f.Ml.w-
also, if it be desirable to know what is Said ot iustitmas a perfect creation of lui-
us by the writers of foreign countries, to pco- . .
pie w ho know little or nothing of us, then tlit;
book of Mr. Poletica must be deemed interest
ing. 'i'litre are many errors, jiolitical and g-e-
ogra])hical, oii the bod} ot tiie work ; but thiy
do not ail'ect the character or interest of ihe
suli jcct of it—they nii'rely tend to make the
sketch less perfect, without mati rlally injiinng
it—and errors are generally corrected by
the translator in notes. It has lieen said that
the author w as very iViendly and liljcral tov. ards
us in his work. XN'e think he has been rather
just lhaii friendly ; candid, th.ui liberal , wli.c h,
lii oiir opinion, u^llcs^ wc would ieed a spirit ot
%aulty, is far iireferable. 'i he author is a jiro-
iessfd aiul ]jractical monarchist, and does not
disguise his political scntunents; yet he does
not hesitate to sa\, that the repubMean Instilu-
tionsof ihe United. States :ive the only ones
which would suit this couiitiy. The work was
translated by a gentleman of ikdtimore, and
pubH>!icdby .Mr K..I. Coale. '1 In-following ex-
tr.ats will gi'e our rtad'rs un idea ol the style
and character of tiie book.
r.j'Inirt fnini “.7 .shitrh if the internal cuyiditiiiii
ofihr I'lilhd Stiilfs, (imi Ilf thiir j.nHtical rt-
latiuny icilh EurnjX A// a Ilus.tiun."
We should excced the limits of this
bkclch, by giving a succinct descriiition
of lh* tliiVerenl slates composituj; the A-
incri( an confederation. Independent
sovcreigniies, so far as concerns their
hu ul inn re‘5ts, they are scarcely diMin-
• Mushable from eacli uther in the body
politic which they uniled constitute.
'i’o convey a jjeiicral but accurate idea
vf iJr.'ir), il is only nccessuiy to ituic,
‘aJ.’’ Il’a chilli eoniiiii);'iiiS or hi’]- les
sons (leileclly, aiel joiis ov(‘i- in each
day ;is many siibj -.d a-, llic/e ‘aic ‘^e.i'tin-
tciacling f.irciii.istjnce.s” ii; thf. 'vi>y of
n,a„ v.iMlom. susxcptiU-: ,.f applicatioi, l’o fetion ..I iIk- “ n|3,i
at all umc» aiij t„ all couiiu-ies, tl,;lt Ihr I"'!"' '"'J;' I'"'-
exirava^^anie of tiuir republican notions I matter ////rs eoinmitl.'.L ^vnimes
becomes niajiifest. ]’or alter all, the in-; does ot the “ concentnc .spheie- er it
sliuitionr. of which tiiey seem so proud, j he is a.-', ignorant (d llu; re-'/ o.c-m'ing;
having as yel stood th“. lest of but forty | ;intl in'eiit of tlrMibjcct 'ts.^lr K y-
vears exiiericnce, connol be rei^nrded as j nolds (»f Ihe^-i .ipiiy of I is m 'i>)t j
iriviiij; been suljinliied to a coticliisive .no m.dtcr; ‘ • Im-,’s r,
ixperiment. I hey huu' yet to boy. an (//;/ scholar, and ini|».’o\ s ;t-
tbiiiuj.^h the ordciil of llie immcviiaie \i- " |(^ ifi.iccd an ii///'i
inil) uf a power Iiki.“ that of Alex- • . i
I have "cei'i many childicn \v!io^ l)tii.
^i\i- ihein a, in>\v and tl’.cn. niid
no. when this kingdom, after ha\ing on
liiely severed its politii al ties with Spain,
shall be permaneiitlv erecied into an in-.- . , •••,
dependent state, e.tlier in the form of; iliey v/ouhi r. pe.^t to yotMvith a f. ■ luly
a consliiuiioiial mona.chy, or an indivi-|tl''d '”oii!d, ivnnnd 3011 of (! c qo.c!:,
sible K public. 'I'he fu-it elfoct of this : passage ol a ro;i( ii ovei a p.i\n».. ii!, V •
• iiantje id’cJiaracier on the Tnited States, ery i nie in Mi’i ray’s ('r’ iimi'-.;';-; ind
uouUlbe to create an absolute nec--ssity ;' ii 1 lif-y had enil>,d. .t^i. ti. ;n lor an
llcation *)f :':i\ - c.p.'c r:;Ie, and
!'or a considerable increj'^e (jI their rei;-' (.vi.niplillcaVu
ular army, and thereby (/f tlie inllueiit e moment
ular army, and liiereDy (/I tlie iniiueiit e moment, they
ol the fedt.'i'al !^o\crnii»ent. [ I’ii^es t(j cvTy hr.tiK'ii t >!
... , . I 'I'he nuMnoi\
Tiie .\nolo .'\meiicans Iiave been ac-1 ; ,j(;‘
: i\
')! j: ( .iIIm'.ilCUv'
:w».i iipec'io.'i are
1. — Hy thi-; nuans
a ■II f litnr- ii- -
lji;i! e(;>,ip( 'Icil [(' -J. ■ by
rotr a i,ii.tnii'v "i \vni'l> aiol I'.'u. - 0!
\s liie|t.i iiniliM ■ iiids as littl 'i-i' in' rra/'
Mic.tiiiiiL’; il of ilir mioM"!!'; ol
t-'.H-iif' (r an ()r;e'_\ •
'1 ('nurse ut [lUrsUid ,•,
United States, because there are the- | of ,M! r.i; Miildr-i io,
, , II- ; iudgmcnt, th('
cused of an crcessive and even sliockiny;
degree of national vanii\’. To a' ertnin ~
exieiit, this reproach maybe well foteul-; ^hihl .(i ’ n
ed ; for it cunnoi I)C (K^'iicd, tliat they are ■
not \ery sparing in the praises llu^y l;e-
stow t;pon themselve;, jii every occasion,
liut C'li ll.c ollifi' hand, whete is the na
tion wilhoUt \ aiiity Hesi !« s, tins na
tional sani’.V shews itself so often in the
£, . , I J 1 , I I I - 'I V4 . I . ‘ • w* *1 # j
more „un...-n.i,s upp.,l-ti„ulies fur ils ,li= ;
play, than in any oil,..,- cuiiiu. y It ,s in-1 , I ,.,.:„|.|eu-; v i.aii>.,.u
herent in toe nature ol a republican gov-i J ’ 1 1 ' ‘ ,1
nun, 1,1. I,a.,.-.I un ih- s„v.l.,.i,;„tv uf .he!«! Hifin, that .h'V m I' .le.ii thr.
people.'>N ho doe.s not know tiiat d'all sov-1 ol atv.(fl/lli^ Uit'.',.
erci,^t.Si the bt/vcr'.’itrn pcojdv is most .
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