jMiljert from It! colleagues 5 for ile rtp.ht hm
gciitlrm.noj)M)MJf,( Mr. fanning.) ;.il ileflircd
that hit ult.iChmcut to thetyieen was atiil unalw
ted, which could not jxmiuly be iht case if hf
brlicvcd her iciiilty of the crime imputed lo hen
(Hear, hear.) I lis honorable friend, the membef
for W ujchelHea :h:jd in ln$ possession a !odj.
ment. bv the hue Mr. WhUbi ead, tecommemlitlg
to the Queen riot to leave the country but tht
hnJ preferred the advice of the right hon. gea
tie man, (Mr. Cunning,) and tha m the cause f
all thai hud taken place.1 Her opponent was the
king, who had a direct influence in the other
house, by, means of ribbons and garters. f
rr Lord Centleiragh rose to orderi s ii-ym ce?n
- tfui y to the rules of that home to introduca (he
, jiame'of the sovereign into the debate.
Mr. Bennett resumed. The peopleTookedo
the fearful cld against the Queen, and theyJiad
Unanimous), taken her part. He would voteJbr
the moiion of his honorable friend. '" '"."A
After some conversation on the part of lord
rlasUcrcagbv M rr1 it tMf m hpckttK lha
order fur taklng'the king' message into consld-
e ration was discharged.
' FRIDAY, JUtT 7. (
' Mr. Beaumont gave notice lliat he should, on
Tuesday' move an address to his majesty, pray
' 'itig he Mrpuld be graciously pleased to postpone
hU coroQittion (or the prenent, on account of the
7 pcndingliiqidry Into the conduct of the Queen
Lord Castkreagh said, it was his intention to
. have proposed the postponement of the corona
' f ion, though that intention did not at all arise out
' of any ciictimttanres relative to the Queen.'
' 7 Or. lAishlngtoti gave notice, that on Tuesday
he should hiovc for copies of all correspondence
f . received 'from abroad, relative to the placing a
''. prince of the house of Bourbon on Uie throne of
, Spaitfsb 'Ameiic.
' ', '
m From the ,Vr. Urk Huffy JUverttmr.
vices ' from Spain, contained in the last
Trench papers received at this office, have most
'satisfactory accounts of the military of that coun
IrtryTand "of the eamestness'viUnwhichmprbve
liientsbf every art arc set on foot and prosecuted.
' madid, yvxt ZO.
nohflj$hael Diego Is spoken of as successor
1 orQutroga in the command of the army; which
. the latter is obliged to leave ta perform hisjdu
- tie as"rncnjber r.f the Cortes The latter 'gen
.cral bas. lately published the following general
j . , CFdeW 016th June : , 'V"
I i No'oflicer shall, under any pretence1, strike any
pf tlic soldiers I have the honor to command.
v Officer! shall hot carry canes. I f any private
. , fails jo discipline or subordination, he shall be
- judged according to the ordinance. Slight faults
1 at ' is a . a . a . . - if
tnaii oc punisnea according to tne ponce com
i t, pany. and 67 fatigue duty.
LtThe (iatette bfthis day publishes two decrees
4 of thej king.- The first establishes aTcommisslort
t ,ior inc. imprpvemeni 01 ine roaos ana canais in
f .: the whole kingdom j the second, a spscial com
viimisiog charred. with an examination of all sub
tects Connected with hcmoitals and other charita
establishment. ? The labors of the commis-
f ion are to be laid before the king, who is to sub
mil them' to the Cortes. -
ry 1 TT ve v.c v i'nr u ir.mv ii lifjt-
r. 4f .
iSALIsnunV, (N. C.) TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1820
y ECaVOMT v. PROIHG.1L1TY.
'f: ;The advantages of economy, and its absolute necessity
til 1 the ; present condition of the cotintrj-, have lei-n the
ji'i? jeet of a great deal of discussion, have employed the
pens of our ablest writers, and called forth the exertions
j'uf our wiscat and best men. The simple facts, that econ
I'oiny it taorc rahe-wortliy than prodigality, simplicity
: , n;ore honorable and diin.liied than tawdriness,. need no
rapport; dpcsuW they are the dictates of common sense,
.... and receive the assent of the mind as soon as proposed
1 ,Th question then is, why, when their truth is so gener-
r' allr 'aclcnowledgedTartd their importance and necessity
lajrticulirly at the present time, 89 readily assented to,
j fkl6if pfattica! Influence in the various concerns and pur
:!ylaaiti of life, should be so little perceptible I To what
rv- ever Mccrn ir Individual itcpest,-ruhiitovcF U-nds to
f Inmsc' of ifih to or take
ftoiri our happiness, ire cannot be supposed to feel indif
ferent: it would pe contrary to the known principle
V-hich directs anil governs all, 'or nearly all, our actions.
The solution of tli question, then, lies net here -WV
' inust seek it In some other powerful cause, which nrges
m on to act contrary, not only to the deductions of sound
eason, but to our best interests and real happiness. 1'his
oucV discovered, wcShall immediately perceive ,Whx.jde
j, snorts of so many writers on economy, to induce aje-
TornVIiaye JnWPlpvT'IWy nugatory why
consummation so dcytjutly tQ.be wished," have only
-rtdiHl in diHappitment.S!
!t is tlie eyes of other peoolc as Dr. Tranklln ob-
cmd, that ruin lis." . We too often exhiVit a iamenta.
ble want of that indopendencef mind, which would lead
.. . g to act, not as but as lthink would be most
proper. Wefear to encounfer- the scoffs of fools, and
the taunts of those, whose onW title, generally, tores:
pert aml.imitation, is their WealtkviMsh penwws tak c
Jhe lead iti fashiop, and vary it with nearly every wind
that blowi $ and their -example Is. followe -gKatci1
...St les degree, by almost every one, from tie purse-proud
gtte'Varloui titk nd J
: .."nl f'jrtrnrnrt'l(mf4r.J wflusne .t nol-son tBc cnjun.
, siu.pK', arrt
illy 0c11ti1ncnt.1l fi niak s, v. ho paM the uf fincy nd
Linpmcuie:it b a round of foil, sniltl.cn fnl tlx 111.
r'LJ t.- I. ,1 I ft ' . at
1 iiii civcs cnrr.-itiic! Q Kmc io n in a 1.10 M "sinelc Lie
hen edncft;H Andhcnct wepercrivc the csusc ofaUthe ex.
travaganco and wanton prodigality whit it havc'obtainctL
to such an alartiung extent, lit our eountr)', and which
liafB engendered a Uf a in the hod poll'Jc worse Uian
die plagues of Kgypt. f l ' ; 'Jj .' ' '
This Immoderate desire for cttnvsganrc and'sliotr, fill
the brraot of evxry reflecting person, who W'ulits fortlte
(Hrpetuity of our lilcrtics, every one a lwhube'cn xciu
tontcd to trace t flccti up to their ciumrs, ho hastimf.
Led lLc.r'uc, progress, anddcdlna of ollcr xqluUIc v
a ith the rnt serious aUrot. , ' tt t , In the short pacc
of fort j y ears, an almost tot4 revolution , In otirhabiu
and customs. VXMH5VAJ?-Mi'.nr re
publican simplicity which clunictrrucd otir fatlicrs a
ridkuknis pomp, and an eunaiing luxury have usurped
its pLcal aid instead of wtnu!ng a liardy race of free.
men groM ing'.up,4 we see an i ffeminatr, puny race of
Jandhv r trdtA of iwetke'ldiwrtf'lj fresh and Moo;
nung aa the morn, we see too many of those sickly, del.
icate things," who, however thrv msy 0ourih in a cwin-
try oT slaves, can never bo congi-'nTuT lo tTi'ciil of rri-e-
men. . Such' a' revolution leave but a fu.t hope in the
breast of the patriot.
" It was not so,' land f Uic generous thought
"And daring deed 1 thy god-tik sages taught ;
It was nottlius, in Imiwcts of wanton rase,
Thy freedom nursed her sacred energies .
" Ob ! not beneath the enfeebling, withering glow
"Of such dull luxury, did those myrtles grow,
M With which she wreathed her sword, when site
" Immortal deeds ; but in the bracing air
Of tuik of temperance, of that high, rare,
M Etherial virtue, which alone ran breathe
M Life, health, and lustre, into Freedom's wreath !
In vain will our M HowanU" write, in vain will the wise
and good men of the country exert themselves, if public
opinion is to be perverted and controlled by persons
whose talents and intelligence are too insignificant to in-pIrc-reipecVor
to merit confidence 1 if our female are
to prefer the decoration of the body to the adorning of
the mind 1 bad rather be decked with tlie gtw-gaws and
tinsel of Europe and the Indies, than adorned with the
leu gaudy but more honorable garb of republican sin
plicity. It is to a revolution in public opinion, brought
about by tliose whose character, talents, and acquire
menta, entitle them to respect and esteem, we are to
look for a reform of existing evils : a revolution which
will consign to their original insignificance those makers
of fashions, who have sprung up in our cities Tike exha
lations, and led in their train all the folly, (whicli, heav
en knows, is not a little,) and a great deal of the intelli
gencc of the Union.
Such a revolution, we arc happy to state, has already
commenced, and commenced with -those, too, who, from
I their present standing In society, and from the iufluehce
which they w ill nercancr possess, arc calculated, ui a pe
culiar manner, to give it a decisive' effect. A letter from
a friend in Yale College,-New-lUven, received last mail,
informs us of the institution of a society in that venera
ble and highly respectable seminary, under the' appclla
tion of the Lycwgan .lo'fio," the object of which
is to discountenance extravagance and prodigality in the
collcsrc, both by precept and example. Tlus association
embraces all the classes of the coming year now in col.
lege, and is composed of persons from almost all the dif
ferent states. They have tnutnimuuly x-nted to attume d
uniform drtti cf American Mmufticltirrt the color of
which is to be irtn-frey. An Address was delivered bc
fore this association on its organization, which our cor
respondent has obligingly forwarded to us, with a re
quest that we would publish it entire. Our readers will
find it on our first page ; and we assure them it is well
worth an attentive perusal, both on account of the terse
ness and elegance of its style, and the correctness and
force of its remarks.
The importance of this patriotic association will be oh
vious on first thought. It will not only M strike a deadly
blow at extravagance" among the students, (whicli is of
no trifling moment,) but it will extend its influence far
beyond the precincts of the college it will rench our
cities, towns, and villages, in all partt of the Union, and
come in contact with folly and extravagance in every li
reel ion. A contest will be commenced between mind
and matter, and the issue cannot be doubtful, lfitherto
the exertions for reform have beenlnsulated they have
been merely the acts of individuals and they have con
sequently failed. It requires a combination of talent, in
telligeneej and patriotism,- a concentration of strength,
to stem the torrent of extravagance and prodigality w hicl
is sweeping over the land. Huch a combination is now
organizing j and wc shall watch its movements and trace
its progress with ho'prdinary feelings, with no little anx-
tetyy and -with 4jo-tfiall kope
We may be disappointgtl in the good which we xpect
it will accomplish ; but we cannot yet belive so. " A tre
mendous engine," remark- our correspondent, . is. si
lently acting pu the moral world, and yi may look; slowly
buV surely for grcHtthing;i." And wc do look for them.
We believe that there is still virtue, and intelligence, and
of all former republics, liwuiy, and its consequent effem
inacy.. , ,
VCQNCERT. Mr. Mrtns, lately a Jewish Itabbi, but
now a convert to Christianity, w'ho passed through this
town lust week, rcqu4s us to' state, that he will probji-
bly return to tills place in the coarse of next week, and
are said to be uncommon and excellent, and his pcifpr-
manccs wi!lno doubt be very gratifying to the 'public,
- ::- Cl'RHASf ifiSt. . -. .J-: V
Mv.n, P.tttrnhnt' "" , ' '
, Nothing can sOord more fileasurc U the con
templatlvo mind, than tl6 growth and.iurress of
literary men in our tiative country. They are
the mighty" pillars which support the supcrstru'ei
lure of our great republic, and .Without wMchits
very foundation would give way, and niiarchy and
cohfuoloti would Jbc inetiuble couseuiience.
It ia the duty 6f tho!e. who are engaged in the
education of youth, 'not only to instruct tlvem in
the ads and sciences. But tofnstll Into tfielr minds
the piinclplci of morality and tiriuc.'' The great
f nfl ucnr c tf tthrcution'wn: tlrr TitirnoirTntntttiiotB
well known to require WTurt her illuMratjon.
U is a melancholy fact that the education of
youth ban been too rmuch negketed In-North
Carolina.- In order to atkf ihe moit incredu
lous of the truth of this remark, let them take a
Vie vr oTlhe rvgresi "of iiici-HtUf c In the'Nbrth
crn States r There they have their schools in ev-
ery-uitrntdup uliieiruuthcra hare to . uudcrgn
an examination as to tncir qu-ancauons 1 i .vciy
doll has not the privilege 10 impose himself wy
on the-pttblie-sjs echool-ro aster. - Happy would it
bo if the people of this state would enter into a
similar regulation, not only for the trial of the
abithies of im hool-maMers, but also for that of
Quark, Doctutt, who are swarming alxjut like
Lgrplian hciists, and whose nosirtiins are a de
struciite to the human race as those huteful in
sects are to lite vcclatioh of the countries where
thtr swarm. These spurious sons of Esculujdus
generally deal in secret remedies: they pretend
to be the sole possessors of the arcana of medi
cine 1 they not unfrcqutntly charge the menibcra
of the faculty of physic with ignorance, &c. The
only plan that can be adopted to get rid of these
pests of society, these vipers in human forms, is
to establish a test by which thtir abililica may be
ascertained. For my own part, 1 make no pre
tensions to the knowledge of physic, neither do
I ever calculate on doing so ; but 1 wish to
the removal of these excrescences from aociei),
knowing them to be the most dangerous animals
in existence:"' The power to remove these vcr
mi-r is lodged in the legislature, and I liopc it
will be exerted at the approaching session.
1 am much gratified to hear that the people of
. r ... . -I - . I
the western pan 01 mis state are aimuM unani
mously in favor of the establishment of another
University. Taking into consideration the vast
sum of population west of Chapel Hill, and the
abundant resources of the state, 1 am really sur
prised that the legislature has tiot long since la
ken this subject into consideration. Several of
the states in the Union have two colleges, and I
can see no good reason why we should not have
tt e like number. In fact, the legislature will fall
hort of discharinnt; their duty, if they do not
make some provision for the encouragement of
lewmintr. ' At the time of the formation of our
stale ooatitulioatit was seen that the lime would
arrive wr.en anotner uiuveiaiiy snouiu e tuu
lished, and for which purpose n section was pro
vided and inserted in that instrument, authoiUing
the legislature to do so. Nothing now remain j
but the proj)er aischarge of their duty. I trust
that the members who arc elected to represent
us in the approaching assembly, will devote a part
of their time in reflecting on this business. - Ict
them put down the proverb, there North Car
glina is lagging behind in the race of improve
ments " l.et them manifest to the world tlieii
'determination' to do what i right, independent of
sinister motives. Let. them not smother their
consciences to please those whose censure is
praise. - By such a course of conduct they will
be raised in the scale of excellence and merit.
Extract of a letter from A'urth-CanUna, to the 7iffr
nf the Hi chmontl Enquirer "I an very much plt-ased
to fiml that Fiacis Im ks, Esq. formerly one of tlit
Judges of our Superior Court, is spoken of as the successor
of Governor Jlrunch. 1 think it is indispensable for the
suppression of vice, and the restoration of good morals,
that the successor of Branch should be a man of great
firmness. You know we have no penitentiary in 'this
state, and the great lenity which has characterised some
of our Governors in pardoning culprits, and turning them
loose upon society, has had a great tendency, in my opin
ion, to encourage offences and harden offenders. . 'I his,
I am sure, will not be the case with Locke he w ill hold
the reins of government with a steady hand and while
he indulges the, natural benignity: of .hjs heart in the ex
ercise of the executive prerogative, (nicrcy;) he Will
have a watchful eve to the pvaee, liuppincsx, and secu
rity of Hocictiv Judtfe. Locke is equally . uVinjniisbed
for his yirtues,- his firniness, and. his talents ttM& I "JkmiW
be at a loss' for a 1 ers6n wild woul I fill the executive
cliah with more dignity or usefulness." . . - ?,
The Queen of Encrland, (savs ihc llaltimore Patriot,)
seems resolved to assert her rights or sink in the stmg-
iclfifcVf t? eannot but think her determination judicious,
Lingering out a disgraceful life, however tiberat the-Ap
pend which imsiit be allowed to her, could hardlv lie tlie
choice of a woman of high spirit, even though in tlie ah
tentative, , - ' .-.
...PerjJa.shouW aboiinrl,- .
As thit k: as thought caii make them, and appear
LdS In farnisha hoiTKl.1 ,. :'.
The, f&MQxn$ jeit fCfjjW', ;frpin -9himr,jM
neatly piuis on uie cuoice sue seems to maRc. 1
w h grfit pl.-ssiire. YTr about 1 b5 gtnl to as
i'innlii WHre grm ral!y, fo!lotirl in ourown voiii '-
In s eommiin'cstion frotn a com sjKmdral, in y t
inc, KUtirt to ths K!r Ecli4 tf tlw - U rt
ruanv l-rA rt was stated that th olNKnirtV 11 wtr.ll I .
coiisiderahW at Charleston, M, :.) aranrb, an.1 r
rttnh.vettiT tiart of the tmud htatwi. On an m lurJr
lnvct!gatlon tf the data an.1 ek-mrnts, vtlw h hud ht
Uicn been mabV U ia f"uwi that lite centre if the,-i.
rtimhra wdl pas ottr the earth f.WHt north al tu.,,..
was originally ewtcuhited 1 and that ttna eclipse wUl
great at Detroit, Mlddliutackioac, Ik Hupi rior, ti
Ijtke of the WoockTaH of 8t. Antlionr.'aitl in all f'.i(.'
tWTM parts of the I nitrd gtf, to the Vit'.tie. lice, ,
aiui be itnaii to th innunitants ot nrjurtun vti nr.
tTonedT Jn aTie weit e'wirsl'TnlTiV''CiipitoVfn'tl,
City of M'asttiiikton, tki'R0u wiil bv centrally and tutahV
4tipscd, at 1 1 h. 4J in. 2) t A. Vi apparmt time, in
longiuide.l 4irwest of AVasliiiippn. WUi'MU
west of Krrcnaich U'lStTfatoryJo England -Vn. fnuf.
t in Cabarrus eiHinly, if U JlsTuH; WauclTrTufcVuT
reHcuUe Htembpr of, society, aged 6V years,, in full ,
confidence of inUrilhig the everlasting hkiainifs of hU
ReWmrr -r- - vlirrsir
fPllE Races over Uie Panshiry Turf
js. wuicoiiiim nce on l uevlay, tlMr.'
twenty uurth of October iw xt. First '.
.lay, Cotti thrra years olJ i- second '
day,tltree mile heats l tliinl day. two '
.mile heats 1 fajnh day, mile heats 1
Siiflh day. rrvurirUrs' UiiWO. nul&- .
1. 1...-4 .i..u :.. c.A a 1 nvf 1. t....j- -t
J AULV Xh'.t oionilng, the carpenters engaged in cov.
!i cring Hie Yadkin Toll nndge," re turnmgto their
1. .1- 1 k.. .1. ...1 r n a 1 '
work, discovered the south end of it to be' 00 fire! The .
titnely discovery, and the exertions of themselves and
t he nrgror s on the nrt-niisra, prevented its sustaining any
further injury than he Iom of eight or ten fect of weath-j. .
i-rxiardtiiir. Frmu the circumstance of a oine torch. '
half consumel, being found at tin- spot a here tlie fire
commenced, and other strong circumwUfttial proofs, ther'.
is no uoiiDi oui 11 was ne aex 01 some vue mrcnniary.
The above rvward will be given for the detection of ili
wrctrb. LEW IS HEARD, I'npnetor,
-JhBtinhAmH Pim,. ....L... 13
T)0 WoWaf a llcwnrA.
RAXAWAY from die subscriber's plantation near
el's ferry, in Columbia county, ill miles aWe Am.
giurta, in the' 8tat of (Borgia, on the 2X of Jul, two
negro fellows, GEOIiGE mk! MLISHUIIY. t-org
is about 27 or 28 years of age, very black, six ft rt mm
inch high, has a pleasing countenance, an impedimeit i-t
his speech, and shows his teeth much when he spe.d;t.
Salisbury likewise is very black, hns rather a down Ih4 ,
is about 40 years of age, and alxmt 5 feet I'J inches high.
It is supposed they will make for Fredericksburg in Vir
ginia. Whoever will apprehend said negroes and dc
liver them to the owner, or secure them in any Gaol so
that 1 get them again, shall receive the above reward, or
twenty -five dollars for either of them, and all resoii4lh;
charges pawl. REASON I). P. F. A U.K.
YvriLf. be wIJ, it tlie court Jmmiso in ysfi!ury, on Rat
f F i urday, the first day of December neat, i20 arret
of kind, on the waters of Lick Creek, joining John tVy.
att, Henry Auuth, and others. Said land to be sold as
the property of William Daylv, fof- the tax for 181H-1V.
JNO. BCAKD, Meriff.
September 1, 1829. 3ii.ll
Dissolution of Copartnership.
TIIR firm of IIAKGRAVK & HKAIill is this day d's
solved by mutual consent. All those indebted to
said firm, are requested to make payment to John Heard j
and all those havinir rlaims airaiiut said finn, are rvoucs.
ted to present them W said Heard for settlement.
' JNO. HEARD.
Anion Count 11, Jujurt 22, 1820. U I2r
State of North-Carolina.
' u MtLi covurr.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Serious, August Term, lHiQ.
KoOert w orbs, 1
, ' ' Petition for partititu.
Hart's heirs. '
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that Ila
zlet llart one of the defendants in the above case, '
not an inhabitant of this state : It is therefore ordered.
that publication be made for three weeks in the llettern
Carolinian, a newspaper printed in the town of Salisbtin ,
that the said llazlct Hart appear atr the Court of .Pica
and Quarter Sessions to he held for the county aforesaid,
at the court-house in Statesvillc, on the third Monday of
November next, then and there plead, answer, or deums,
otherwise judgment will-be granted according to the -pm
er of said petition. ' JVitncss, ' . " .
Ur , UOnEItT SIMONTUN, .Clerk C. C.
Can fnrgal ministers fbrbcar ,
A gracious Quaes to own,
M'ho for her suffering country's caref . '
" Leaves Fifty Thousand Pounds a year,
And ask but JI vw a Caow !
' .. .f;., ".'
Wc: Saw. laiit week. titriiirhanv N. 1 1, a nair of bcatf
tiful calves, only 10U days old, weigiiing as follows:
The Bull... ......."...,........;..................41U pouwis.
The HeiferM............. ..........j3a5.uoutids. , .
I'liese animals were of tlie Enirlish Whitoh breed, and
Uieir color nd form -the, bt st wt have- ever seen. -They
wtfeTupon the farm belonirin? to Mrs. Heckford, of tlua
U'wn, vtiiUer tle Wifterint elwtenceof SrrHaieb, atr'SCtlr4:
larnie'riioaaie, pv," :jnvceitcpfl.w ,
f ID lTON's Xlatlicmatks,
J I. 2 volumes.
Goldsmith's Natural History
1)0. Jlistory of Greece
ForteHs Ix-cttires on St .Mark
""V(fr Fractieal Pluhwoiihy
Champions ot j recuoui
Bogue'a Ksaays v
MarmonH: l'a 1'ratnlations
Mentorial Talcs for Lalii s
Mrs. I lainilton Ott Education
Murray ''s Grammar
Do. Enghsli Reader
Chriktian Morale - -Ijirge
Faoiily Bibles '
Latin. & Greek school books
Wank Hooks f
lpcivby.1110 ream .. r . I
Bald ill's Fables , '
Mr. Bennett's Letters
law'i Address to the Clergy
Ciokpcl.lte.au tie '
Fourfold State of Grace
Thwlderts of Warsaw '
Ferguson's Astronomy .
onversatiotis on lticiuwtrv'
A variety of German books '
Tuckey's Expedition '
Buchan's Uouiestic' Modi
'cine 1 ' : ";" . .-
tlcnrj-'s Tratcla r
WilwHiVVTew of Russia -: ' .
Kendal' 1 ravels, 3 yo!
.Marrow et nte uimrcu ;
Uigtanu's Franco j
Calebs in search of a Wfe J
.Felix AtiareSt.. . ..... ..; '.;! -
Pilgr no's -Jonrnal " 7 - r '
" ' '"'V