TUEsnjrtM.tr 9, mi '
The poetical communication of" Pyttdai? hall hire
n insertion. His perseverance it commendable though
hi previous disappointments teem to bare fund hit
temper a little, lie U rather unlucky, ye think, in Lit
choice of terms i we can as 'easily conceive of a opo-
graphical, as of a " fypogTapldcalyc.H Hyt1iUJ will
'uUmlruUi when state rights and state sovereignties
will Lc known only as things that were i" when the
government will become eonsoliilatcd, and the PrciiJcnt
be not the mant, but Ute tyrant of the people,
,Thcic' apprehensions ma be considered by many s
the fantasies of a mind unwarrantably inipictoui, as tlie
effects of narrow am! t! -H-ading views of the moral
powers of mankind. 11. y are riotaucb. Weviewman
as b e aaliiatoryalio I, : uUtytkat bet and thence
draw our conclusions1.' : YVe form our opinions on fuel,
not on tupidH. "jtvery man," laid Sir Robert YVal
pohr, (and he certainly wu placed In' no unfavorable ait.
nation for judging,) 'koihit pri." -TUtt U too swecp
bi j a declaration i but the honorable exception are com.
parativtly few. It would not bo unwise, however, for
the people to act aa though they thought with the En;
bah minister t i (Mem iln-y wW4 U more cautious
in selecting persons to whom they would commit the
..Kll.nJ.in ett tip iK v would watch with
The annual Examination of U,o aUidenta of U,e I n k1
vcmty of Uua Bute, will commence, ofl U 30th oTthls . their-rcprtientatircii nd they would care-7nonandConti,ueuntatbcrthoUyofJune.-.OnUut
fulIy tlock lip evcry tmiUC corruption in the Utter,"
day the commencement of the college will take place, Juinm XXimMhn of poWcr in the former.
Public opinion should not only be decidedly cxpre sscd
COXVEXTMkY. airainst thia liankcring after KxccutWc honor by the
The citizens or the western part ol jwrui-caroima ppi,., representatives, but it ahould likewise, we hon
arc not tle only people anxloua to hare a Convention, eity inJ imctPciy think, become a fixed law of the re
fer the purpose of revising and amending the constitu- pui;C( M member Cungreu thill accept of any op
tion of their aUtc.' Indeed, that 'many of the atatca p0jntment under the Pirtident durinj the term f lui the
khould feel the necesslty of making certain altcrajinns in -flie (nmcn 0( the constitution, de eply rcwl in
their rcapccUvc conadtutioiia, U not at all to be wondered tjjC kou icdgc of human nature, provided, that " no acn
at, when we coniidcr lne tiroca a3 circumstance, under ator or rcprcicntativc, during the time for which he waa
v hich theac comtitutiona wcre atopted. For instance, ejcctctl, I,un be appointed to any civil office under the
the conaUtuUoaWNorthCaroDro.wu framed in Decern- i'h;tc,i stati n, whioh alutll have been created, or the
bcr, 1776, only a few tnoiitha after the declaration of in- cmojunHnts thereof nhall have been incrcaicd during
dependence by he ContihenUliCongreta. llioae of ucn time hut to h cure the object contemplated by
tlwt day, who are atill livbtff, veil know the grat chan- cM1tKt ;t i,HlispenHably neccittry tliat the prohibi
gc w hich liave taken place, in the aituation andcircum- (jon hiWt to the extent above mentioned. Tlie ob
htances of the state", since Xhat eventful period. These jvct f t,w causc to place CongrcM iKnd tlie reach
"chanjres, alone, w'oukl" render neceaHary certalri altera- gnaVemptaiwinsof Executive influence t but it is evident
tiona in our constitution. "But In addition to this, experi- , .i,, . .i, ....rcHitv of the proposed amend-
encc lias proved the" error of certain principles contained mct tilcrcfore, or something imilar to it, follows of
In tluit inatrument ; such, for example, as giving to each coursc
county, be it great or small, the tame number of repre
BenUtives, instead of apportioning the reprcsentativci to
cucn county accorumg io ine rauo o, I Spopuuuon Pl,)I)0saH me )CCn Usucd, at Albany, by
It is for similar reasons, no mat uie people o. yus Wcbslc k skinners, for printing 44 the
other states are calling for Conventions. Wc sec, from sta.ct j)cl)alcs 0f tie Convention which formed
the last papers, that the Council of Censors of Vermont, . ronM-,Ultion 0f tie United States." These
have unanimously determined to cjJI a Convention, to (cjatCs yrc to he iven from the notes of the late
meet at Montpelier, in February next. Chief Jus'icc Yates, of New-York, copied by his
It waa only but winter that tlie people of Massachn-1 colIc.i'Uc in the convention, Mr. l.ansinjj, late
setts, bv their deleeatcs. were met in Convention, to l- Chancellor of that State. The work will make
ter and improve their constitution. Tin -ir alterations about 250 p.ics, ond the price to subscribers,
nd mill lettered, would be 2 50. This will
i n.t unr.nu.. ultl. tame i.centions. have recei- be a ery interestinp: work, if reported with the
Li ,uA ability and fidelity w hich the names of the cn-
a;vx uua .aiivivn ti lt
AIU...I fi,r v,. th neonlA of Connecticut for- inicu yuthorize us to expect. In elucidating
" r ,K-..-.nrJnlo. th conMiuitlon, and the view
med an entirely new constitution, wlucn is, m tne opm- 7--- ,
. 7r !, rk-.i!:,i uJTTr of the atfeen who formed It, U will be nlnvalu
ion of even' enfichlened, liberal minded man, creuiiy su- " . .
ion oi ever) ciuifcuw: , i l blc acquisition to the statesman and politician. .
pcrior to the former constitution or charter under which P. CVS"" lHlcUiKCllccP
New-York, in 1801, called a. Convention, which made
several important alterations; but it seems the people
find that their constitution can still be improved and
they accordingly, as prescribed by the law paascd at the
last session of their Legislature, authorising the call of a
Convention, expressed by theiv votes on tlie 2 tth ultimo,
their wishes on this subject.
Vow. wc would ask, arc the freemen of North-Caroli-
nnlv nfAnli ti P'kimot bl& tnislcd Willi ft COllVt li-
I .a Vi V- lvv -v -- "f-
j.vn:rtESTi. c runucmox.
ON the lCih'of April Uic t xcrcicct "of the malo dr
partmenl of thU lntitution commcnrrtl, under, the
rare of the Itcv, Dr. Freeman, w ho will alo superintend
Uie education of the, females.' During upwards of twenty
) eara Dr. Freeman has prraided, principally, over the
rlourikhing academies at Kdmton ami Ncwbern in thia
State j from which Institutions he received the iot hort-
orable tcstimouiea of las aujx-rior talents as a teacher
and bia uncommon auccesi in the difTiddt task of uniting
gentleness' with a due rrnrd to discinbnc, in the gov
ernment of his pupili The belt evidences a hidi iait(
be given of (fie qualifications of Dr, Free nun, may bo'
derived fwm the facta, that durinf'this w1inlc'pifiof, ,
the institutions ovrr wtdch he has presided have flour '
ttlied leymd any.fuhner example J- For the satinftftioa
of Uiom. w ho may not be anjuainted with the character
of Dr. Freeman, wc would subjoin the following ex
tract, from a voluntary tribute of thanks" communics
ted by the Trustees of New hern Academy, on hit rriir-
ing froiiUieiMerviwriiiMMjf whom w itotkaout.oiU---the
most diHtinguUhed names our state can boast
M litis hciiuiiary, under his direction, has flourished be
yond all former experience. In school discipline, in the
lajkdquahficatifyisof a tcachcr.in success In advancing, iut
Uie froiffcss'of his upil and in unVcarird diHgpfo
ami acid. Dr. Freeman has alwaya bteca considered br
the Trustees si unrivaled, ami cutitled to their undivided
acknowlrIginents ; and the Trustees would avail
themselves of Mie opportunity to te nder their testimony
in the highest ronmieii Uitioii of his social, moral, and re
'I he following branHic s of education arc taught : Eng.
full Heading, Writing, SM-Uing, Aritlimetic, Geogra
phy, and use of the (tLbcs, Natural ami Moral Fhiloso
phy, Hhetorie, l-cgic, CompoMtion and DccUmation
In LatinKmUbiiiau's atil Adam's C.rammar, Corde
lia, Ilintorif Macra-, 'iri Uomr, 6 books of Csar,
(It-ill KxnuriraU. Vinril. Cicero's Select Orations, Sal-
lust's wars hiHi Catalmc and Jugurtha, I lorace through
out. Hair's Introduction, 1'rOMxly.
In tireek Valpy's or Wetteiihall'a Grammar, Greet
Testament, Evangelists and Act of the Ajiostles, Grara
Minora, Grrct IJjjora; Xcnophon, Homer, Neilson'a
Exercises ami Prosody.
In the Female Department, Dr. Freeman will be as
sisted' by Mis Slater, in the literary and classical
branches, while Miss Mitchell will continue to conduct
the ornamental. Of the talents and rjualificatioiia of
these Ladies, to Improve the minds, ami pobsltthc man- -
ncrs of their pupil, the 1 rustees,trom ample experience,
can give the most decided approbation.
Under such auspices; the trustcea leel aasurcti mi
jtitution must nourish. To rcmlcr it a nursery of all
the polite and useful branches of education, as weD as of .
correct moral and religious principles awl feelings, will
be tlitir iiurrmitting aim ; and they leel commence ut
saying, that ro wmilar institution in the Ktate can now
claim superior advantages.
In this department the studies, ami books usca, win
be Heading, Writing, Spelling, English Grammar,
l'ikc'a, or Walsh's Arithmetic, Geography and the list
of the Globes Whelpleys' ami Tyler's Histories, Hlair'
lUietone, Conversations on Natural l'hilo?pny, worai
Philosophy, Astronomy, Andrew's I)gic, Chemistry,
Euclid, Composition ; and, if mjuired, Algebra, and the
As it is' the natural disposition of youth, when unre
strained, to run into extravagances, the trusted earnestly
desire, that parents or guardians bringing scholars to this
academy, should plac: thrm under the special care of
some judicious person, with instructions to attend to
their wants, and rcguVftc their puqeuasca ot .necessary
mriU Jcmtht oU atorM. ' U, MMfMrtiinoe Of this requi-
i i .,i..rf.T p tuno initnn itt wnm rrnirr rii u ii:itr ui i ni
given by peraoiialiohUngoffiimm be?e a few
, to offices in the gift of Uic l resident - v . , H ffom C,iarleston,
ed our opinion, that tlie continual increase ot ,fr y xUQTiout ioneitu 0f the South
Amonpj the curiosities of modern days, which
arc calculated to interest the public and excite
the attention of the moralist and philosopher as
well as 'he merchant, there is one which, altho
its existence-is -well authenticated, has not, in
our opinion, been noticed in the manner which
its importance deserves. We allude to the very
rminiiH nhenomcnon of iirlrfnd cotton, the ac
tion? that cannot be trusted with yieu own-rights ? So, lUaj existcncc 0f which can now no longer be
indeed, our Eniern friends seem toifnnk; j but so the dovjijtcd, as, in addition to the many proots t hich
citiaens or the Hut do ml think andnot tliinkingso, jaVebccn exhibited in other cities of the United
the period is not distant, when the people of, ntjeatt, the States, there anow one in Baltimore, which may
ir.,.,..,,. ,,. a .'l-!1.r.i,,1:jt,d. wilt meet in Cunrtnthii. he seen at the warehouse of the Union Manufac-
v - - I . . . -r : i .. -II -i: 1 .!.
turinft company, ana it examincu win u-jci
I I....' .1. mna I r fr1l 1 1 III 1
,...1lMOI' I IlllliUla Jt IIIC IlIUOl IlimuunuJ.
EXtUlHtr.uuu.ww. . ..nrnnv weighs fhirtu
i . l .1. . i , uia vui iuu0 . m ------ - n j
i m!i some cursurv ituiiuika "u. v...
fwm the people
Kxccutive patronage furnished cause-of serious ahum to Qp'rpHna planters precludes all suspicion that it
the honest politician, and tocvcr-lHena'loi(rprity c ' jj'je Qnite1J"In"ariy other way, than by
and duration of our republican insdWrlonK--The impor- petrifacTi6ir of the Cottonr whichr no-loubt,
lunce of tlie subject is a sufficient apology for again re- i . fanrstlu packed in the place where this
suminc it. wonderful substance, so much like, a real stone,
if the patronage of the Executive be permitUid lo in. wa9 discovered. A judicious friend who exam
crease as it has done, without any counteracting mcas- bed this-curiosity v with most becoming-gravity
ures on the part of the people, it is nothing extravagant advised, that it should be sent as a present to the
' , .av. that it mav ultimately, destroy the main uillaf of Phil6sbtnkaf .8oCictr of Philadelphia t indvin
our liberties, the primary elections by the people. For j this opinion we heartity conicnriirthirfw
::1 w;n ni.ln iW wUi.hLitivcs in of America, the moral as well as the physical
VHitl KUillfc ifisi mvv - i .J..r v,
the National Legislature ; what regard will they have for consequences to be expected from suclf trans,
their constituents, and what will deter them from betray- mutations, woold be luniinoUsly cxplamed and 11
: u.i; 4i.-,r oro. wi,Pn tiM offices a.tthe Uibtratcd. - ( rea. ua..
jiig.-ui 'uuuumiu.i.sm.v'jv-1v," ' ;
diM:)Sl of the President, (and which might be given
..i!v:. ihp nrice of nromotinir his viewa.1 possess far PENITENTIAKIES
rr'.i. retractions, and are deemed more honorable, than Men do not always accurately distinguish be
hi the. nft of thev-fc? 'Tis no reply to say, tweeli the real principles of a system and its a
" Cut their represeiitatiE- . Vc co,Vfe! 'faiSl
mMch honor, too republican in their principles, and too places have been erixeomiy concmciea, urn
ipJtionsTf that kind. Some of them undoubtedly dL 'Lt
01 cancelling ine wuuic, anu nui.iviivi ), w
the hardenet! offender ; but you tnuit keep them
at nicrfit, and on the Sabbath, ai much apart as
possible. 2d. You muit, moreover, make the dark
and solitary cells an indispensable portion of their
punishment. Add to these precautions, that
they shall be punished as soon as they misbehave,
shall see few or no strangers, shall serve out all,
or nearly all, their time, arid be made id work
when they ire put to iU with as much tenderness
as is consistent with the strict rules of discipline,
and you avoid most of the errors into which these
institutions have fallen. louwouiu scarcely
ever sec a convict returned for a trcom! offence.
Some economists wish to convert it into a money
making machine : thero lies one jjreat mistake.
You ought to force the convict to work turn a
certain portion of his time to account, and pre
a . !f. I.
vem nis worn ironi-oeitig wasiea-or-wrmtcu y
but the making or saving of money 4 only a
subordinate comideration. The great object is
punishment punishment that is certsin to be
inflicted, -arid eflVctive. in prevehilng cihnes a
far as Dossible". The callows is certainly cheap
er. It costs the society less to punish in that
way, out mis pununnicuv is w unecnaiii
deters less from the commission of crimes, and
theso crimes cost us a rrcat many more lives
and a greater waste and insecurity of property.
1 o lay out then as much money upon tnese pen
itentiaries as Will make them effective, is in fact
the truest economy to the whole society. Viny.
From the National Intelligencer,.
W hav Kn favored with a COUV of the iol
lowing opinion. It is proper that it should be
published, for the information of persons whose
names have been dropped from the Pension list,
on account of the amount of their property, in
comformity with the act of the Ut May last
and who are ilut to make application to ue re
instated on the Pension List. The timely pub-
lication of it, it is hoped, will prevent much un
necessary trouble and needless expense to the
I . f- - '. . ..til . tVii.l fk
parties concerned , lor u wu w wwi''
laf-ouicer of the government has decided that
the Secretary of .War has no rnrht to reinstate a
pensioner stricken from the rolls under the act
of May 1, 1820:
Office of the .UUrnru Geiurul oflh" U. S.
February VJ, 18 Jl.
Sir : The act of the 1st May, 1820, in addition
to the Pension law of the 18th March, 1818,
makna it the dutv of the Secretary of War to
strike from the list of pensioners the name of
every person, who, according to the evidence of
the schedule rcouircu iy tnc aci, ougiu k
remain on it. I am asked whether he has any
power to restore, on subsequent and different
evidence, the name of any person who may have
heen stricken off on the evidence of the schedule :
lo which I answer that he has not ; because the
u.. ivK'.l. in ike mil warrant of authority to
. a.. ...... l. ... m ir fi 1. umm.
hl,n,give..mnu.uer lotion .,.,, bc ai),iarCnt to every person of reflection
dc that he should possess ii, i,ongrc ' Vl.e trustees have no other interest in.
er it, or he cannot, wnn any piopuciy, the huCCcM 0f these 1 rututions, than to furniah to the
Its exercise. rising generauon opHrtuniuea ot cuueauon. lo ac-
I have the honor to remain, sir, very respect- complish this object, they have devoted much of tlieir
time and attention, ami have gone to very consicierauiu
expense in erecting two large and commodious euihccs,
in procuring maps, and othi-rJndisjensabIe articles for
the schools. llSidis these dislnirseinents, the current
expenses of the Institution, for salaries to the teachers
ully, your obedient servant
Hon. J. ('. Calhol-5,
Secretary of War.
W ILLIAM W1HT.
The total amount of population in the tcrrito
and other purposes amount to about ft 3,000 per year.
It is therefore indispensable, that parents and guar-
v of Arkansas, as appears by an abstract of the liiUli should be punctual in paying the tuition charge ;
census, is 14,276.
MM HI Ml,
On the 5th April, Mr. Wm. P. Stockton, of
Huntsillc, Surry county, N. C. to Miss ancy
Etchason, of Rowan county.
OTICR is hereby given, that the President and
Directors ol tlie ;aiawna waviKaimn oniiiany
have rcouired the navmcnt ot the third instalment, ot
Ten Dollars, upon each and every share subscribed, to
be made to the Treasurer of the Company, or to such
nrt.ni ho Oiall annniut to feccive the same. 1 be
... - . .
and to avoid the uncertainty ami trouble of after collec
tion, it is positively required, that the tuition money in
all cases, shall be paid when the certificate of admWsiOrs
is taken out. Hy order of the Board,
TIIOS. L. CO WAN, Secretary.
Salisbury, May 1, 1821.
Hoarding may be had in respectable families for
7J to 80 dollars the year.
T IiarreU ot Train mi lor sale, low ior casn. Appiy
iivS to the PRINTERS.
May 1, 1821. 7 - - -
flHK subscriber takes this method ot informing ni
1 4li iiithlir in tx nril. that he has cHtab-
haws of subscribers, taibn? to make such payment, will i-k,i ilimil,.ii-: ii,- formerly occunicd bv the
- . . I I I .XI l.Vi IIIIIIFVII " " " " J J
be sold at Auction, in the town of Mncolnton, on Uie l"ij1tcr j,ctr FJ4lonj j the Town of Huntsville, Surry
duv.ut June next: and it tlie stoc.K snouiu noi sen ior
the amount due. with inten sFfi-om the time ifwas rati
cd for. and exoenss ot sale, tne stockholders will ue
mttiediatcly proceeded against ior me Daiance, accoru-
ing to tne terms ot tne cnaner.
By order ot tne lioaw,
ISAAC T.' AVERY, President
Mav 8; 1821 6w4
county, ,.Nprth-Carolinaj andlias been at considerable
exnense in makinirliTs rooms commodious and comforta
hie, : for the recepUon ol i raveiiers, anu aii wuo. mav j- ..
vorhim with their custom. His Sideboard is provided
wjth Lidrtors of the best quahty and his Stables With
every thing requisite for Horses ; and hopes, by particu
lar attention, to merit a share of public patronage.
Mil MFOttll DEJORNATT.
I lhamvilhT Drrr 1 7; 1 820. 30tf- :
N. n. The subscriber continues to carry on tne cw- .
.. i.i.. ....k Hut W fuM'th iV itir nif-nibers of Con-1
u . ..:m r.s the Moodv code of Draco : ::A committee ot
- .. a iL!., 4Li ,r.ini. i,r (Iwi mnilhllP. W Oil 111 I .....
sre av us. uT, ... y-- ,asl conKress has made, a most injudicious report
U-avc the senicc ot the petfr to accept ot a petty office g,,. of pennsyI.
from the President ; what may we not expect at a future -r . . f N,w.Vork have acted w:.k morc
;crioI, when Jie patronage of. the Executive shall ; tic : unraVeUin2 the causes of abuse, and
tend from sta to sear when he will not only have to ap- lrymg to avojj thcn).- ihe report of the Auburn
pojut , olU'ctor and ikjhitjf-co&ctor oh the Atlantic, but state prison ot New-York, the nets of the last
t!iu- l'acifk ' when the great inland seas ol our coun- pennsvWania legislature, and Mr. Livingston
y shall be surrounded av it li cities and whitened with rep0rt to the assembly, of. Louisiana., are eviden-
.-ftnirti-..f. ariM inns ri.ui ill" lhi; &mit?rt? xi ii umu 1 rua at inn riawnintr iifriii iiiiiiiT uu ?kiiiJir:i.L. aw
VIUIJU V i V .j ....... - - - 0 - 4 wv v . . . ..... . . ' - J .
r. ntd m iicwaiiing.lii pat?tiiagfe. Thc,tinie will come pemteptiary can succeed well which is not S.OCOI)
l., ., tW. wNrmhll.- will, exhibit Uiis dlirhtfid aonear- itrtitted as to answer these two DUriK)SCS 1st.
v ncciheiiour Awt tejTito?y uu oe sctued iiu- ui niaKins tne coiuicu.wi iwvj 4Mnie jn Kowau county. : vv . wv
ONJTuesday, the 17th instant, tlie sulscnbcr lost ins I IHet iitmuen, and will execute all orders wiUi neatness
,Packtt'Bofh 'T T the town of Conconl, v ith the fob d Jesnatcli. for cash, credit; or country produce.
lowing papers, &c. viz : A note on John Harris, Thos. J . M. H- ,
G. Polk stcunty, and made payume 10 a. i . ranee, uaie -
TIIK subscriber is now opening, at Ins 9tore m.pabu
burn, a general ajid well selected assortment of
Dry Goods .
about &130; two judgments on Samuel WallaceTvW lu-stgddrr Philadelphia,
in favor f said eniiD amounting to upward of gl08 j 4nd kid in at prides tbat will enable him to acll remark,
one note on JamS Lamm, for gll, assigned to f. Gibson aUly lw. His customers, and the public, are respect-
bv John Carrigan.1 date 1821 j two notes on Benjamin A n :nv:te(i to call , and examine for themselves. All
Baker, one ior U4C ulutT4urwJ wrr ""itaiil
oroven accounts on Sarah PaUein'a estate, one for g6, 1 . 1.07 . J. MURPHY.
1820, for &f00 ; one do. on John Rogers, made payable
to-llobert KamsevT and assigned by him to F. Gibson,
date 1820, for S15 : wc ujfa. 1 noma3 smi," pyi,t:
to Over Harris, for $49flate 1819; one do. on said
Smith, tiavable to V. Gibson, for R.37, date 1821 : three
judgment on Jno. Jamison, stayed by Jas. Jamison atnl
JTW."MIfWlKU.' "".ii" 1 -"'M o
a 1 1 n . ...ck (umc on Savannah bank.t R32 72: Th08. 1 J-t' 1
4 . " V 'S '
.... ..... . ...... . I . 1 . .1. J
, county, seven miles above Lincolnton, on the South
AllisonN receipt to F. Gibson for a notrput Into the For on- uie misuu..,. . fr: "T"?. J
Allison s nep r. y . ..-m. Tom is 35 years of a;, five feet eight inches high, pret-
1 , V I , ., ,( ,. vniina- l ty active, yellow Complexion, and larger white eyes.
order from Areh'd Houston to Jos. Young, tor 10. V . lltn. i Knw;iur Limto.
ariY of the me, willbewnably rewarded. J-
All neriiSns arefoicwamed from trading for ariV
above note and judgments and those w ho owe the
money to me, arc alao forewarned from paying it to any
person bu,t mvself,as I have not trarisferrca thtm to any
one. I will allow sv liberal reward to any person who
will deliver said papers to John Travis, at Concord or to
JfMW 1821. ti2i..
An Advent ice
mo tlve Printing Businesu will be taaett at mis omce.
4vVA tractable, Intelligent .lad, from. 14 toTtyears of - .