North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. III.]
CIUBLOTTE, JV". C. TVESIKIY, Jl.YE 10, 1827.
[NO. 135.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY
By LEMUEL B1>GUAM,
jJl Three Dollars-a year^ paid in advance.
No paper will be discontinued, unless at tlic
discretion of the editor, until all arrearages are
paid.
Advertisements will be inserted at llie usual
lutfs. Persons sending' in advertisements, are
ri‘([uestcd to note on the margin the number of
jnsi i tions, or they will be continued until forbid»
:iiul thartjed accordingly.
TV\c WiVkesboYo’ Wolel
Is now open and amply porvid-
ed for the accomodation of vis-
,iters. Its local situation on the
I valley of the Yadkin, nearly cen-
iruTbetween the Blue Bid^e and the Brushy
VIoiintaiii, is picturesque, healthful and inviting-.
Atld to this, a pure and salubrious atujosphere,
excellent water, the agreeable society of a plea-
s*nt village, spacious and commodious rooms,
well supplied Ice-IIouse, and but little would
seem wanting to insure the traveller a few
weeks repose and enjoyment among the Mgun-
;,iins.
The subscriber has boen accustomed to this
iiiie of business in one of our northern cities;
;ttul he assures those disposed to favor him with
^ call, that no exertion shall be wanting, on his
•>art, to render them comfortable.
The lines of Stages from Salem to Knoxville,
-tnd from Cheraw to U'ilkesboro’, stop at the
Hotel, ail’ording an easy access to the above es-
»;ililishnu'ut. Fare, five cents per mile—ay
passengers six und a quarter cents.
(1. V. MASSEY.
Wilkesboro’, N. C. April 22, 18J7.—8tJj.
The subscribers have entered into cnpart
nership under the firm of Smith I1o\d.
They have just received a fresh stock of
Dry Goodsf Groceries, llardware,
Also, an extensive assortment of genuine
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
suitable for Physicians, and family purposes;
dl of which articles are now oficred for sale, at
a short profit, for Cash.
SMITH & BOYD.
N. B. They have also on hand a considerable
quantity of PAINTS.
May 25, 1827.—V>2
NVivteVics &
THOMAS TROTTER & CO.
Takes this method to ill-
f(U’m the public, that
they have opened a shop in
Charlotte, in the house lately
occupied by Doct. Samut I
Henderson, on the north side
of the Court-House, where
they are well prepared to re
pair all kinds of
ZStatctirs Sc ©lotUs,
at the shortest notice. They hope, by a con-
; tant attention to business, to merit the public
jiatronage. They have on hand and tor sale,
the following articles ;—
(ientlemen’s gold patent lever "NVatches;
Ladies’ do. ^ do. do.
Sliver lever and plain do.
Chains, Seals and Keys, Slides and Rings;
Breast Pins, Finger Kings, and Ear Kings;
Silver Table and Tea Spoons ;
Soup Ladles and Sugar Tongs ;
Silver Spectacles, green and white, to suit
all ages;
Military Buttons, Lace and Epjiuletts;
J.adies* Work Boxes aiul Ueticules ;
Bags and Clasps; Thi:i.bles, Uc, he. ftc.
17*
ND Srs~C! House, at the sign vt the Eagle
^ in Charlotte, North-Car«)iina, by
lalSb KOBEKT WATSON.
l\v\iUc Ewtertaiuiueut.
The siibscriber informs his friends and the
public, that he has purchased that well
Unown establishment, lately owned and occupi-
f\\ by Dr. Henderson, and’ is now prepared to
' ntertain travellers and others, who may please
'.0 call on him ; and no exertions will be spared
>0 reiuler them comfortable, and their stay a-
greeable. His table will be furnished with ev
ery variety which tlie country atVords; his bar
with the best of liquors; and his stables with
■plenty of provender, aiul careful servants will
lie in constant attendance.
KOBEUT L DINKINS
Charlotte, April 20, 18J6. *80
ANTED, at this Uriice, two boys, l.-i or
▼ f 16 \oars of age, a» Appienliceti to tiie
Piintin; Business.
Toy ^a\e.
IWn.I^ Sell on a credit of
1-? or 18 mnnthr, th
plantation on which 1 live.
'I'he soil is well adapted to,
the conmion products of the country. There
is a comfortable dw elling-house, w ith the ne
cessary out houses. For more particular Icrn.s,
apply to the subscriber.
DK. CYKUS A. ALEXAXDEII.
3t"jp
liftst XoVicc.
AGAIN request all who stand indebted to
me for Goods purchased, to come forwar-j
ind pay up. it is utterly out of the question
for me to give any longer indulgence. 1 will not
give it. J. D. BOVD.
May 25, 1827.—’32
Jldmhustvator's J\'oticc.
HOLD a nuniber of notes payable to Cowan
St Vail, \yhich came into my hands as ad
ministrator of John Vail, deceased. Notice is
now given to the makers of those notes, that
unless they come forward and renew them with
g«)od security, on or bel'ore the 20th day of
June next, they will be put in suit. If renev -
ed, consideraMc indulgence ir.ay be cxpcclcd,
as the heirs are young.
JOHN 111 WIN, .Idm'r.
Charlotte, May 2.5, 1827.—3t.'>4
Wa\c\\ts &
Thomas Trotter Co.
JJESPECTFULI.Y informs the public tliat
they hiive received and ofl’er for sale a few tio si{jns ol cinutioti ; she laid her
hes, (gentle- upon the mortar, and waited her late
j2 Persian Execution.—When we halted,
I found myseir inclosed in a dense ring of
spectators, in the midst of which stood
u great brass mortar, raised on a mound
of earth,- and beside it, btuck in the
ground, was a linstock with a lijjhied j
match. The nnssukchees ranged them-'
selves on each side of this horrible en
gine; and it was not wit!.out some diiVi-
cully that I succeeded in {jainin^j a posi
tion, which appeared tome to sccureme
from the dan^;er atienciin" the explosion,
and its consequences, when it should take
pJace. Having taken my station, I be
gan to look aroimd me, and saw the otii-
cers of justice still pouritig into tliC cir
cle, wluch was widened i^r their recep
tion by dint of blows. Ai’lcr them, or|
rather between two of them, came tiie
prisoner. She was enveloped fi\jui head
lo foot, in a blac!; robe, which also cov
ered her face. Her step was ilrm, and
her carriage stately. She fiequently
spoke a few words lo an eunuch who ac
companied her .; bu; tl'.e noise was so
great that I could hear nothing of their
discourse. As she approached, the spec
tators became more quiet; and when she
had readied the mortar, not a sound was
to be heard. Taking advantage of the
silence, she spoke aloud, with a distinct
ness and composure that astonished eve
ry one, and made her words intelligible
lo all. The officers, perceiving that her
wild address made some impression on
the multitude, here interrupted her.—
She made no attempt to proceed, but re
signed herself into their arms. They led
her in front of the mortar, and yet her
steps never falterrd; neither did she speak
or implore, as it is common for even men
to do in her situation; neither did she
curse as some do ; neither did she veep.
They told her to ktu^el down with iier
breast ag'iitist its muzzle, and she did so.
They put cords round her wrists, and
bound them to stakes, which had been
driven for the purpose; still she showed
heat!
with
gold and silver patent lever Watches, (gentle-! upon
men and ladies) a icw good plain Wateliis, I a coi\)posurc which a soldier might have
warranted; gentlemen and ladies’ gold Chains, ; p,^vied. At length the signal was given ;
eals andlUys; some han^ome «rcasU*.n.s j , ^ it descet.ded slow-
rmerer KiiTPi, Ear Kuigs, Pearl and 1-iligr^ r, I , , . i •. u
and PMtc iv. se.ts, \ all or anv pan ,11 'V •• >l>c momn.t when It was about
which we will sell low for cash. ' i lo touch the powder, an audible shudder
Clocks and Watrbes rc[)aired at the sliortest I ran through the crowd, 'i’he priming
notice, and warranted to ptrfoim. Cash given I caught fire ; a moment of sickening sus-
tor gold and silver. nense followed ; a groan burst from the
N. B. We expect to receive in a short tinrie '
some elegant Military and jilated Goodi, tiC.
lJ”iT)ni the Boston Psitriot.]
COLONIAL TRADE—LETTER HI.
TotheKight Honorable Gcnr^c Canning, First
Lord of the Treasury, &c:
Srn : I have dcspatoliotl that part of
yoiir letter of January ‘*J7th, which re-
laleii to Mr. Gallatin’s imaginary co)ii-
plainf, that the act of Parliament of
July, 1825, was not communicated to
the American Government.
I now ooine to the next siicceedinp;
topic ill ytjur lettei, and earnestly as 1
endeavor to cxprt.-^s myself with tht^
iiioderatiow v, iiieli belonj^s to the subject,
I tind it alinu^l impossible to keep dowt»
the lani^iia;re ui jtisl indip;nation.
Uncter a very thin disj:;uise, which I
shall wholly strip oti’, you are guilty of
the impropriety of charging the Kxecti-
tivc of the United States with a direct
breach of truth.
The (jtiestion is not now whether this
atrocious charge is or is not borne out.
I insist that, unless you are willing to
sink the character of the statesman in
that of the smart political chanij)ion, you
liave wandered most widely from the
path of ollieial decorum.
After an elaborate and subtle enumer
ation of the causes why you ought not
to have communicated to the American
novernment the act of Parliament of
July, 18i25, you proceed as follows :
“The simplest course was to allow
the provisions of the act to find their
way to general knowledge through the
usual channels of commercial informa
tion.
“The undersigned has no reason to
apprehend that this course has proved
less clfcctual on the present than on for
mer occasions.”
The last of these sentences, mild as
is its phrasology, gives the lie direct to
an oflicial statement, which, in his let
ter of December 28, 1826, Mr. Galla
tin informed you he was instructed by
his Government to ntake.
That statement was, that the Ameri
can Government did not understand
the act of Parliament of July, 182r>, as
charlotte. May 14, 1827.—30
DOUTOKS
Thos. I. Johnson 6l Thos. Harris,
Having associated in tlie practice of MED
ICINE, respectfully tender their services,
in the several departments of their profession,
to the citizens of Charlotte and its contiftuous
country. They can at all times be I'ound, at
their newly established shop, on tlie lot i'onn-
erlv occupied hv Dr. Thomas Henderson, two | , , , »• i
liumlr..,! Jar,Is ol tl.c Comt.IL.UM-, “ ■>"' K *!»' '
cept when professionally engaged. 'I'liey are j pat ted. It had scarcely been Utteied
in daily expectation of a fresii and genuine as- when the explosion took place, and the
sortnuMit of Medicine I'rom Philadelphia anil srnokc cover’d e\cry thing fro
spectators ; tlie smoke passed away ; no
explosion followed ; and Ute unfortunate
wretch raised her head to see wliut had
happenfd. A faint hope glimtucrevl in
my own heart tlutt perhaps this was a de
vice to sa%e her life, hui it was not per
mitted to Ii>c long. It had ;.oa.''f"tly be
gun to rise within iue, when i saw tiie
l)rimiiig rcneMtd and i!ic mutch raised
again. The cotidemneu wretch laid hei'
head once more on its hard p'illow, ■.inti
h.;d
It had
w’ith prevarication. I wish it may al
ways be on such grounds.
Your first reason is, “ The conditions
of the act of 1825 have Ijcen accopted
and carrieil into ell’ect by some govern-
mrnts.” In other words, Mexico anil
Colombia, perhaps, have negotiated
treaties with England, admitting her to
trade witli them and her own colonies,
free Ironi iliacriminating duties, there-
forCy the Government of the IJnitetl
States (its protestation to the contrary
notwithstanding,) must have known that
England, by her act of July, 1825, in
tended to break the implied promise of
negotiating further with us on the Col
onial (jtieslion, and settle it by ex parte.
legislation.
Of this first argument, to prqve that
Mr. Gallatin’s statement is false, 1 shall
only say, that it reminds me strongly
of that in Moliere, which is stimmed up
with the words et voila po'urquoi votrc
JiHe c.st inuetfc.
Your next reason is both more spc-
cious and more !>old. You reiterate th(*.
oflensivc charge almost in terms. You
say—
“ But the undersigned cannot hut bo still of
opinion, that the resolution proposed in thr.
House of Hepresentatives, at Washington, at
the beginning of the last session of Congress,,
for the express purpose of urging the Execu •
tive (iovernment of the U. States t(» come int'>
the terms of the act of 1825, the debates whicU
took ))lace upon that proposition, and the final
rejection of it by a majority of only two votei.,
show that it was not for W'ant of a snfRcient un •
ders'anding of the intent of the act of Parlia
ment, that the conditions of it were not acccpt*
cd by the United States.”
Here 1 beg leave to intimate to you,
sir, that you are unfortunate in this os
tentatious display of seemingly accurato
and minute local information, with re
gard to a foreign country. I pcrceivo
that you are co.nnplimentcd in the Lon
don papers, on the precision and com
prehensiveness of your knowledge of
the details of this very question—with
how much justice you shall soon see, it'
I am safe in my reliance on the journab
of Congress.
A resolution, on this general subject,
was proposed in the House of Ucpresen-
intended to talce the colonial (juestion | tatives, about six weeks after the com-
between Gieat liritain and the United i mencement of the first session of tho
States out of the existing negotiation.
Mr. GalLitin enumerated several rea
sons why the American Government
did not so understand the act. These
reasons it i.s iiot now necessary to con-
f,if!er, hecanso it matters not, at present,
whotlicr they are good or bad. They
wen the reasons adduced by Mr. Gal-
i I'ltiii hy onler (as he told you) of his
New-York.
23*
Do\\ai*s IVewavd.
J^AN AWAY from the subscriher’s
m my view.
As it gradually cleared away, it drew a
veil, frojn over a horrid und revolting
sjiectacle. 'I’he two bodiless arms bung,
with their mangled und blackened ends,
plantation, two miles from Char- |Vom the Stakes lo which they had been
lotte, a negro man named HANM-|jjyy,„i. ^ distant lav a
BAL, who is in the habit ot changing shattered foot und leg. No
his name and the name ol his master, i*-i i • i i
He is about six feet high, of dark mul- truce ol oodv or ol head remained, and
ittto complexion,'a little cross-e\cd, a few tattered remnants ot clothes were
I'mshy^ir, and downcast eoiinteiiaiice ; has the all besides tlul were left. 'I'he arms
scars of a little nich or slit near the muklle of; were titibound I'l'om the stakes ; and two
the outside rim of each ear; a scar on liis cheek j ^|,o had issued from the ark at
l)(>nc, occiisioncil l*y u bullet shot at hini lu ui , ^
Jonesborough, Ttiiiusbcc; a large sc:ir
the middle of his breast, and inan\ on his bai k spot, SPl.,t.d them
;iiul thighs. He has very large feet, und the | them under their
big toes longer and more j)romlnent than th' | Harem witli these prooli that the de
rest. The above lewaid, and morv.-, if “eci -i-I ^j' had been I’uHiiled.
s;iry. will be paid to any person who w II! (K liv- j
cr Imii to the snbserlber or the overseer at ll.e
above mentioned place.
ADAM A. Sl’lilNCS.
^ 18.T—4tr;G
nineteenth Congress. It was notf a«
you say, a resolution “to vr^'e the Ex^
eeutivc to come into the terms of tho
act of 1825.” It was “ to inquire into
the expediency of amending the act
of March 1st, 1823, so as to nuthoriza
the President to remove the discriminat
ing duties.”
Instead of being intended (as you say),
;;uvernment, to account for this one fact, 1 to urge the Executive Government of
y\z\ that the Araerkan Govcrnment\W\^ United States to come into the
did not understand the act (>f Parli- Ai^rius of your act, Mr. Cambreleng,
ament of July., as intended /ojw'ho moved the resolution, said, “ Ae
Col-
Xolke.
be sold, at tlie C'ourt-Ihuise in
C oncoril, on the 3d Muiuiiiy in July
v.ext, by Older of ilie Coui i ol I'leas and
v^iiurter Sessions, one negro inati named
Eihcard^ who was coniinittid to the.jail
'-‘i’ the toutity t\vche I'nonth) and
•.aid he belonged lo one Juhnsun, a trader
*:i negroes. Said fellow is of middle
stature, tolerably ‘.tout buili, and lii’bt
‘.ulor, and is tiow to be sold ai coi dinj,^ to
»:i. of A^seni’wly, lo u'-e o( tin; county
^.nd sulist'aclion of jail fees, i>ic.
J. W. HAMIL I ON, ShcriJJ'.
rnaronl. 16, ointlO
May
Ivwft'uviv’s Tslvu UwvH.
UST PI BLISHED, and for sale at this of-
lice, “ Strictures on a book, entitled, ‘ .\n
:\pology for iIk; Book of I’suhns, by (iilliert
McNlLister.’ 'I'o u hicli are atlded, Keiii.irsk m
‘book, [!)v Alexamler Gordon J entitled ‘'1 he
b sign and use of the Book ot I’suliii:..’” )’}
tli.MiY UuKi.NLn, A. M. \N ith an Apj.eniHx,
niiiiN M. \\ j)a.">tor ot Uotky Ui\cr aiui
‘'lillailelpiila.
V' 0list^S \VUYVuu\ S y
Uuu e\wv\>
break up the negotiation on the
onial (javstion.
Now, sir, you say, in effect, that the
American Government did so under
stand it. After giving sundry ingeni
ous reasons why the act was not com
municated and explained to the Ameri
can (iovernment, you go on and say,
that, ahliough it was not thus commu
nicated and e.ij)lained, “ you have no
reason to apjirehend that this course has
proved less eH'cctiial on the present than
lKi'o7threxplosiop,^’usiic(l to^ occasions that is, you have
up, aiul, concealing to ajjprehend that the Ameri-
veils, hurried to the !  -ui (iovernment did not understand it,
as it was int(;ndcd to be undcistood.
You had at least this reason, sir,
('wii/cli, tjtdess you were iC'olved to
la>t''n an insiilt on the Ann riean Gov
ernment, should have satisli*:'! you,) a
lurnial and oiilcial statement of the A-
nu,‘t ica!i Minislf'r to tiial eileet.
In the face of this statement, and in
iv/st' .V(Wc.-’-A J’rench s’.’.rgeon has
lately resturetl to at» individual his nose,
which had been lrosl-’.)itten dt'.rin;; the
cani|)aign in Kussia. The usual mode
I"^HO.M tljc Mib>criber, sot.K ti.uf in j ado|)ted (d' tiiriiing down a poriion ! *he face of the grounds by which the
I April inv m i;ro b(«\ SAM, . r . . . i . i ■ • i •
rtweeii 18 and I’o \ J-.trs v.f’age. j ihe^k’.iiol tiic turelu'ud lor the [lur-1 Aniei ican Minister sui)portcl it, yon
•Li 8 iiu-hes bi-li, dark coinpl'X-j pose. ilie result is uTy satisfactory.— | i^,|i |,i„, have no ivjason to a[)-
.11. active, and walii-,\eiy ereit. wi’.h 'I’he defoiniitv is SCatc.ely observal)le, | , .,,,i,„,,,i * h.nt‘t :iet nf .Ink' I 'i.
IS scare.fly
, the fjrehea
_ henii '^"'‘Udso in some degree bv the hair
,,uy and deluer him to me, or j „,oslenlwelv disappeared. ‘W hat is very
some i-id or otherwise, and L-ive me iiitornial;vii . ,i
itKieot; shall be r. asoiiublv rewarded, and all exuaon.iuary, IS, that ihe person on
n. active, and walk->\eiy erect, wi’.h I 'I’lie delornilty
a consuiembie swell in lu:» ” j and the scar in
\ny pe rson
, iio w 111 anpr
o!jserval)U
c,u;n;ealt'd
I;as al-i
necessary expeii
Charlotte, N. C. May
s paul.
WILLIAM LI r.S
.1, is:-
’i'fcu DuWavs IVvtwVuA.
I prehend that the act of July
nut understood by the American Gov
ernment, in its ii.tended ajipiiration.
l*ei nut me to assure you, that, thoiigli
1 .1 •, .. 1 ..u K .... . ! von ui.'i'C ten tunes a /,'/7'//i/.v, you Kain
w lioin this opei ation l.ds peilc^t nied J ^ J i i r ■
refers to his lurehead all the sensations | j'otlung, and may lese mue!., byolleiing
of his false nose ; llie nerves ol w iiich are '
in fact tarnished by ihe nervous bruuchcs ments.
inlL'iided fur the foiehead.
riowers of rhetoric in sermons and ';e- ,
discourses are like the blue, and n d | g'*ve lus reasons why
lo thusc wlio ! ^^‘'Vci'iunerit did not anil could tiot uri
But I )>a'.s on, to examine the reasons
you allege lor yotir opinion tliat Mr.
(iallalin’s slatcment must be false. As
the American
STI!.\YKD or stoh n fVuin rr,\
wagon, on Sunday nlglit, tl.«
i:otli in'slant, near (•■tii.dc ii, S. C.
!i llelit sorrel HOh>K. sl.v years
bit li(n-upv.ards ball f.ic:e,str,v.Jno\veis 111 corn, I leasing i i
the’wbite of bls'r_\es\ery ni'i-.li, a h.dler eoii.u', come or;lv lur amusement, hut pi’ejudici.d .l»'i slanu the uct, in it.s intended ap-
:iitd ebiiln round liU luck. butb bind feel wliite, j y. ho vruu! 1 leap the [irotii irom it. i jilieatioti, j'ou give your reasons why
bis snies marked wliii tlie tmces, and rough , vou believe the American Government
irrf.und. Anv person who will stop the | 1 hc dit. .Tcnre bclv.-een what is callei' ■
shod . . ■ 1 I
said borse, and sen.l me Inroroiulion tl.at I ni..'. \
gijt hull u)‘;alnr h""!r *" Kou;in eoiiiit), N. ( . ;
si all r c ( ne tlie abo»e le^.ard, .md all reason-
■iLle charges paid
WILLI AM M• w'.,
couipany auK ^unl company is, |
ari: l!ie ; ame lh-Ht+^, in a little j
room or alat ge sahjon, at Muall laMes |
ur at L.real tal/.;'' . ' ’ - - or
did i;n.ler‘tanil it.
I n;'i; * do you the justice to say, that
the reasons are woilliy of the opinion
tiif y are brought to support. If the
had reason to believe the measure
would be acceptable to our own guv-
er/imc/i/,” and that “without some mod
ification of the law of 1823,” the JOxe-
cutivc could not remove the discrimin
ating duty.
Now, sir, what think you of the ac
curacy of your information ?
This resolution, which you say was
debated and finally rejected by a majori
ty of two votes, I say was not ojtposed
hy any one ; and after a single remark
from the chairman of the Committee of
Comnierce, (Mr. Newton,) and fronx
Mr. Cambreleng, was passed, ne?nine
contradicmte! So says at least the
j.uirnal of the Uouse of Representatives,
and so says the National Intelligencer
for .Ian. 2(), lb’2»).
What think you a^ain of tiic accura
cy of your details ?' 'l’h« debate to
which you allude as having taken place
oil a resolution in tlie House of liepre-
scntative"-. took place on a iiiil in the
Senate, of which tho obJf.M't, in like man
ner, was not to ?//%•* thi Exerutiiu\ as
Ih*'), was you, I tliiiik, ^^ill) gii.it indelicucy al
lege, but to aUer the hnv.
Sujipose, Sir, tint Mr. (’lay, in hi*4
correspondence with .Mr. V'aiigban, af
fecting a j;reat display of mintUe infor
mation, should speak of a bill in the
House of Lords to amend a law, as a
resolution' in the House of Commons to
urge the King, what shouhl you think
of the aeeuracy of hi.s statements? What
should yon ‘.iiink of liis sense of deco
rum, in undertaking to array the Legis
lative 2nd Kxecutiv# Iiranebes of your
government against each othe r, by state
ments wholly uni'otinded in fad; Kvea
in an in lili'erent matter, you would have
thought error evtrenndy disci editable
the intention extremely inijjertinent.
'I’ake the ease ot lhe~late debate tin
the Catholic question, in the House of
Am? ic.?.t'. O’o’-t :r.rrfn» ynwst be'•barged I CoDimoiis—that debate, in the
cour.'d
    

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