IHll Til V l; HI -.'' II Li' I . 'ItU IV.
i'tirtut .' i .'i"f f iV '.'.'." ." fV Miii'ii.'?-
It ii a ii'jt'.nious Lit, s'uit every tc
to'iU.I attempt In ov-tt iiti established
:,j:nii.f g i erttoiciii, I raise the vo'.u
i.es of lawless uuilit'.iiii upon their ruins,
have or'uMii itc! in i pretended anxiety
'or the peopl.-'s v.rf.re. It ha been
found easier t convince i h c public that
the jjnvernmcn. was disposed to trampL
.,11 their right, I lan that factious aspirant
to the supreme authority Mere worthy of
the trust. And when once the cons'-itu-ted
rulers weie made to tremble beneath
the vengeance of an infuriated populace,
it followed, a a necessaiy consequence,
'hat the original movers of the change
would he the prominent character to
supply their place.
The same coutse w it h the same noble
object in view is now pursued by the rad
ical leader. They begin the muck by
d profession of violent attachment to the
people' interests affect to regard the
administration a unworthy of public con.
fidence boldly chaise them with viola
lion if duty, and wilful departure from
the principle of the constitution and
proclaim to the njiion, that nothing hut
dn entire change of men and measures
vn remove the corruption which tiints
it councils and p-escrve uniwpaiicd it
dear-bought libertie. ' On the fi.e of all !
this, nothing appears but genuine patriot
ism Its intake and Supersciption arc
stamped upon the whole. The people
re einianiered the people are tranpled
under foot and it is as friends ot the
people, and determii.eJ foes of despotic
vv, that these disinterested rha:npii.s j
leap into the arena at their o;.i iuinici.iate i
bazaiJ, but without the hope of personal
Such is the lofty position whirh t!ice
woMfn ndvociiirs tf die c luw ii i:
'- ''.have chosen to assurne su 'i H,e J
fj-i-.datior. on which t.iev s. fleet rais- j
Utcic Je. ii'.t if e examine tin ir t
n.oUu- wit i i intlc ni .-t accuracy, a- l()k ,,are in Salisbury, on I hursoay, wjth ice, and the remainder had t on.e ! asf, p,niou, to tnv leaving the c 'r v of Hit- i ' tv f inflietinc death as a capital pu
Mi:n.ngtheie ,uio',s, antf lot tlieir wrt., lhf ; lth ,A ( )rluUr, incompliance with a 8way, the fishing being consideied over. ',.f Aires Mr. Kiwdavia. (Sc-rreurv oi" Uhu.r opif,i-:i,s mv differ; but fewt.
s ,,,c tnrt,,U ! Leus"' "'V1 "ls' p cii'ins notice. Ihe eject of this The vessels reported have en an average ' S:.,te. u.d member d the Junta, then in . fieetini' minds will dissent to the imp: v
v.t,, u.a. m, ,m anuuv. . imuhuoii,
pe-aie superstrucaiieo, pnviC ambition i
4lMi personal uiai.ee. ,
Th-. tne cf their objection to the con-!
... tol the admin-stra'ioii is of itself on.i(;r.n: jric, 0f A r presented, tosr.OK. stPT . 17. Sir W Knighton 'c,,, ion that evening; ht fortunately lie ' v of the officer fixed on hv law , the put:-
lusive evidence m favor of my assertion. , ,he ,rfv.nt Constitution of the Mate, m..is .ucreecied Sir IV liloomlicld as Pii-I had received timely information to pte-l(jU insisted on by tbeoiistt as cseiiti..'.
It bear the unvarying ch rartenstic of sallt;ionii.g the unccMi.. s'He f our Le-j v4te Secretai . and keeper of the Privy )Vtrit ,v ordering the arrest of Don : to the elliracy of capital, and indeed ail
oit'er malignity and disappointed ambi- fei,j;ivc ltprcscp!.,.if.n. as ievancel Purse. Mr. Marrabies still .etms his ' (;rCcoiio laglc, formerly Sectary on-1 p,mis!.n.eiits.-viz. that the punishmcr.
Uon; but the plcasmg fe-tures of Ksnti-, ,;1Jt ought no longer to be b-.ne. We place as Uerk or the Priw Purse, anddct Pneridon.) with several other. Me I should follow the oiTcnce as ch.sclv i
ine p.trioium are no where to be fouiiu. ; luvr teceive I fiotn O. ;.:,: ; Mr. Watson assistant piivatc Setictsry : ! re;.iev'ed and obtained the :; '-ointment ! ,lllSSiM:. w0lt be emullv acted oii. ;
i ii v.t u ui v iil i il t uiaion ui on i i;' n '
nets, and a Uniblt proposal lor their
i. o . rjm r
re. i!t, we are lurmsiicn wr.it a ms oi
vivii,t itivective and obstinate falsehood :
very supposed eiror in juegmer.; is
swe.iea intw the nagni.uor ot a dating
..rime ; and facts which, if ptoperly
-in,'"'u' -'"u RUdM.MMu ior j.,nc,tr
r'.h?r than censure, are tortured iir.u - i
:der,c c f corruption and misconduct, j ox ,. ....,re of t! cii deli'.rratiui.
l'lut poition of decent respect which the;.. i7r i-h nufs. -m! p-p!t-e., K;,
i'ation of the executive efneers is alvray !,j01i!).s tiljt t!uv h..j h(. ,.,vrl, (,',
er. iiled to, wnhom reference to the char- ( Ul , ronviHiUoa l.s free from obje, uons
ifrof te imumhent, has been e i.me-; ,ir ,rro-,. ,kh time has pointed ot.
h '" 'sht ' Dne branch of the gj. . Ul (ll ,hc .,cW;,itb they did i hcv were
vt.i.meM U been ariavcd in duect l.os-1 not a.Hct.bled for the f-niiution of a p..
...,tv ie. another ; and the o'ignitv of the '. j.. c hal .(.r a,,f , Hlt tllrv .rr,ne( ,
people ttpreseniedin the person of tneir i
ir 'ul ' ii.ei m.o'iiirate, i ; een i j.en
;v msuited. Did pattio:ism ever !i tate
s i b rciuiuc: as tbii ? I .i tiie four.t.in
p':ir w lis,e irr,i air so puihitrd
Ci i'k tree be ; .i;m! whose ti uit is thus
'exi us and c!i;tipg ? S'in!v n--; :
.:( marcn ot .die p-tnot i, calm ..ml (
,'t ,.iv. neither approaching the extieme I
ft servility on the one hand, nor vioLum: ,
he great land marks of public decency
on the ether. W lule he anxiously watch-j
i-s the conduct of hi ruler, he never dis-1
tegards their lawful authority. Hut it is
: e unprincipled denugotie aliitif, whoj
veninres to trample under foot what he is j
vi.ood to rrpect, and to degrade the a
vied cause of the people by iJemily iii it j
..ith Ms own pdtry jcuouiie ar.J head-
KtiW VN COIMY MmiNG.
It iswi'.li r lr istire we insert in our r.aner i
j-o'V, the ptotceuinir of the Ilowan !
Cui.ntv Aieetm. iin rtlition to the intct-
i. i sul'ject tf a State Convention. !
whatever litht thi rteetin? may ;
v'ewe.1 by those o:.:-...c J ' to calling a'
i i mc'ioii. it ise.crtair.ly a mattrrof con- J .
.tW.n nil Iia t,,. trXrn.Vu tn ,XI,S lr l0,'C
i. it iwri-rtjir. tv n rn'itrrrif rn. 1
.,( . mi n ow wav. ti o uuif urn
, ..-ise. It is ii !v hv sikIi 'nean tint a !
cneft state ot the pnpul.ii feeling a re i
.-.r.ls anv c;t,rv;, of a Meeting the v!-j
v!j1 f.tevest, can 1 e u.r.st leadily ami tiu-
. , . ,
Jut t'.e gre.t ohft i '.n'n.hd fr by tic i :hc expectation ot inming those calm h
:n; 'c it the West, r.rist ccntu.d!v b"!sures, those soothing kiudnessc thai me
;'"'- N"t 'V s" san.Miiie ti,c emollients and wcetcnets of life.
; 1 1 i . v
i ,::;ir: ; 1
I a. ' ecu s
i l 'iiO' w
,i e'ec ivlitr,;
,i Hi uieoiaU !v
a t'irsiiuv. v. i,
mil m obsMtia'cIy eon. ;
.t. f 1; but we icr'iii.ly lwk upon the
:.ias ire s tl e hist Mrp tva-d t' e
a ; , i "l ' I a lil'iv a:d luo'C efi'o ietlt pol
j. v . : ' '. 'f lirst m t ii s of cou J.iiiatioti,
.bit on p'"prilv o' ; 1 .-r:i. at-.d fuliv
')". ' ' w;.l do tf r. t ) bti th-; c-V
tixvr to ; "frev.fi.il issuCiti.att at C.i
efl ivis of in ;i . iln.il pahi.i'i though
joined to .'). . il, t-lent unci untiring purse
When fhc presentment of the Rowan
Grand Jury was first brought on llic
oto:t of o.ir eastern brethren allcctrd to
itmiiiJei- their iiittifcrei.ee as meddling
and uriconsuLutional ; hut we say again,
it was the he1.!, and perhaps the only
menus, by which the public mind, at this
lime, could he truly exhibited. We weie
th n gratified r learn. t!i:it the Juroisof
llnwan, in their public capacity, h id a.
diipted this bold and novel mode of p-o.
eeduie ; now we me doubly gratified, to
find thrtn so ably supported- So far, they
have been eminently successful. Had
they failed in the outset, their plans, by
the non-conventionists, would immediate
ly have been derided as visionary, and
themselves denounced as factionists ; but,
at their suggestion, a numerous Delega
tion lus already met. and the high respec
tability of the individuals who attended,
their unanimity, their temperate and dig
nified proceedings, afford the surest evi
deuce of their designs, and the best pledge
of their sincerity.
Already have the Grand Jurors of six
counties adopted similar piesemments to
tlio-e of Kowan, and we may safely an
ticipate, that, encouraged bv the cheer
ing example, every other county, friend
ly to the cause, will speedily le.'.d thei.
aid When fairly united in their aggre
gate strength, opposition must si-ccumb
before the imposing phalanx. It will
then no longer be the feeble expression
of inciviiiu! opinion, set forth in t he Ian
!;ua;.;e of en'reat), but the strong voice
of public Iceling, loudly derinntiin pub
lie ih;ht the cry of tht n ;j.b- loud and
tun easir..:. it must, and will oe heaid
in the eai -ii in the we,:" from Dan to
lift''1 cur. ." " from Jordan, to the gates
of Jen- o." 'iyr.'.vn.e 04mrr.
vnox rut Mitro nirrti.
W't ci-' over fior.i the Western C'ato-
i,,,:,,,, ,1..,, 4 lhfc.i,, f the Delegates
w;, uj ,iroic.iisly !aen elected in the
,M,.rrr. i ' j-.tin roinoanies of Kowun.
j)ltctUlg va4 0 the s'.:!,;cct oi a c nrr.
J Li '-eins like rotning to a point, in the
,n nm:, i .h nipiit r,t an oliiect . " ocvout-l
i.. ,0 ishc I" (bete hive now the
. . . . . i , i
f ,'r c I " I 0 1 1 Cf 1 tiUS V or.l. V ,
0r , c (',,;, ,Ci,;i,,n. or cf the ('
,,,. f,.r. I fhnw.. '
tisev ttrnte J tlicmse.tes, wtuc n s.i' at )
Ua.iiax, ai. 1 el which he was a nictubi ' 1
vt was then a ;rt ; and iror.i tne ; e-j
tT.-,rUsl ,ve v. iil ventuic t nv, 'hat !.aev-
rv.mic that as;c:nb!v ti-t-ht Ut,
jceti. it as
h(ivr at.C( as a General Couit for tb,
pi:tiis'iii:et:t uf ofieooer., ji.d fi,;- i!ei,,:,j
proper menus nw rt their saletv and fu
tme p' o'ei lion. IL'Wwsi rotsilde then
that ;nv thing lil;r a,'";"- ln ".
coiil ! ' r e xftrcted at the hands of an
scmblv c f nun hoe (biii-s nic so
,1,,,,,., 4Tll! diversified ' We s.u. ,.,.t Iot,k
fr impr,sM',i;itie.or expect pet lenibildv
,hc t ,K of mm. Let the p.e,tim
then he pm to thr freemen of the Sttc to
MVf wLcl;,c ,ilfv wijh a Convention or
TO Mir. M.YU.Y M.VKKIl D.
IV s.tired tbt no e'piiv.denr can be
found for Good NAtinr. Let the bus-
j hjm, lr M):)Cr ani idUsttiou; let the
Uvife be chaste and frugal ; by these virtMes
1 von may be preserved fiitn ortie o the
, nii-crics that wit on profligacy and ex-
'Mvagance ; but while ou escipc thrsi-
what wiii our
. :r,rc p N-ot a II0-.ir. J5y a
understand a place where the nii-ol c.itt
.... . , .. ,. ,
It is a uit of rel'u;. c, t )
which (when the mind is agit.ted ahrc
by vexations nrising from the sti.pi li ,
negligence, itisnlcnce or knavery of tho'e
.. . . ... n
w.tli whnin our bus.ncss las) c n
l.ii.iii Tvv! I n. i hi t nnr rill (
cr l''r 'fi"''-''' icty f two people
a :'ee.i::'.e to each other All tle w;tn;-
ni;l m .. thcrefoi c, I ran suggest in 'h; :t
tie le cf temper, may be considered in this
s'"'rt preicpt: f'.ul t ;;.,.ic ,'.ur
, c i 11 -.( Ij rnt '.:hff.
JuU.k'4.-!v I). .:;..
llo conn-, tlir lit r. ill nf u noisy world,
Nrvvs t'roiii ull nations liimh'ring at his back.
L.l ih I HUM VMiULVl)
iiosto.n, oct. 8 -1'y the arrival at this
port this forenoon, of the Knlisb ship
Mury Culi.rine, Capt. 1'arr, in "ti days
from Liverpool, we have received our re
gular files of London papers to the IRih
Sept. ; and have been favored with Liver
pool papers to the Coih. These papers
contain no later intelligence from (.recce
ami Turkey than was brought by the IIuvv
aid at New-York from Havre.
The Courier informs that "the Hight
Honorable George Canning kisird hands
and received the Seals of Offic e from his
Majesty, on beiny appointed Secretly of
State fur foreign A flairs," at a meeting
of the Privy Council on the lfith.
The lintish Parliament hai been fur
ther prorogued from the 8Ui Oct. to the
In speakmgof the Spanish government,
c Courier styles the Constitutional au -
orities of Spain " the faction predomi-
thoritie s of
nam at Madrid " This is a fair sped-
men of the feeling enter'ained by the le
j;itimats lowaids the pjesent govcrrinieti:
At Verona great preparations are ma
king for the approaching Congress.
Mr angers desiring to remain at this place
clui n g it sittings, are obliged to attach
themselves to one of the Minister or to
prove themselves under the special pro
tection of one of the great Powers. The
Pope has provided accommodations for
tlic irtrriult as follow : The Venetian
Pulare for the Lmperor of Austria, the
Cavelli Palace for the iking of Prussia,
and the Dorio Palace for the Lmpcior of
Iiy the upsetting tf a stage at Mack
he ith Hill, 15 out of 16 passengers had
some one of their limbs broken, four of
them were mortally wounded, l'hecai-
ruKc was oasnea 10 pieces.
l i.e uavis mi aits fishery i.as Men ve -
ry unsuccessful, as well as disustioiis i j
many vessels. An arrival in t.nglam! re -
fit (9 IliUI I ncic ii;(, ivi, il I
tut 4 or 5 iisli each.
It was eM.erted in M.idti 1 that an L-1
tract dinary t ortes would be tor.vo'ad, to
likr into ri.nsil(r:i!ii.n t n- ion uerl
of afiairs mich Snain nrescr.ts.
Mr. Watson assistant piivatc Secutsry: i
ihe l.t'.er cctitlemati was h.l'.iv eais
. . . .
with the Duke of Cumbciland, anj has
liien a good deal !roail. 1 he Ked llou-.e.
1 telv occ'ipieJ bv Sir It Ploomfu h!. is
' !" ::A in u-iJincss, i: is st'e'l, i ir the
. . ception f the familv of Sir W. Knigb-
. . r .
It i, contidcntU reported th..t he lore
j the rpmi ig of - est session '.lie Great
i Seal wid be pu' iuto lomn.issior. and tliat
j trie Lord Char' rllor has pointed out Mr. j
I irh, Mi Jom'h c ll.iylcy, and Mr. I'.a-.
i.u. ivich. son. as tit ..nil proper person , a person for the lo.m of '.-.r lu; !rrd , rN, ;,rti a p0l; al of interest M, U
tor the trust The adtatitages of thi ar : y.u.li to a young c hvmist. w ho had made ' . Fcer had lien deputy c-5tr.tnr-.sa-.-langcni'..!
vill!)ca relief to Lord Lldon , a t:i5r0Vrry be wastes poor to MiL-vm-1 (, p.nf Ins;-, under the United S-aie.
fi jiii .all, or ronrly all. the judicial duties , tAe ,v expetiment The nu ney w as du-ing the late war, and h;xl staked 1.
id his creat ff.ee, while it will enable : 0,t.,incd, and in a few- days repaid hv the J p;h..:c fortune to enable him to furni
biiii ' exercise as usual the function of t.oirower. already r-icd to sm'dm aillu pul lic supplies, particulnrly rior to ihc
a tbmci minister, and the pi t i 'ettcy ol r!icc ,v p,iVa'tc t:ip-s-. of his i-n en ' -.,..;r f Nr,v Orleans, when the I'ni-e !
the II . us. of Lords. When l is Lord .jn : t j, a ,lCW rnu'e of Urnlug skins ' States did no!, or could r-t, furni-h th-ship'-
,e..:-h shall be pcrfectlt i;soH'd. :ornbi'ii!r; such rapidity at. I t.M.nnv, s:M:prj.s thttnselve ; vrt. when Mr. I o-
it i iil: iini.1,,.1 i ij tilt,. i. r i., i.... u-
") i s a I iictcfoie.
.Mier .Mr. t annmg visit to t.-c Incia
Hons- on S.vurdav, it w as ruinn'lv ru-'
mo'iinl tha' Lord Hasting, w ouid coniin-.
ue to be (Pernor General of Calcutta.
inw', at 10 o clock, the Iiiike et rlhn?-'
,ii, ... . .. , j i .1 t. j u l n t 1 1 i I . i . ! j'.i.j.'.Tiuiiii
ton. accomp.o.ed bv Fail Clanw ilium, ' )t.r iUlj Co,1..Icju, ; und. horn the terms ; 0WI1 lrs;-ot!sihiiitv ; r.rd itr!, rbeni fr
left town for ien'ta. j cf ,;s stiptdatioti, we may form some j los-.es s'H'nined by the deprecia'ioti o'
Mr. Canning transtctedhusinrss at the. juc,, cf , hc probdle magnitude -f treasury notes; the rejection of thes
Foreign ofTtce, in Downing street, on; the result. He has p.,i l him 'en thou j ;Irms t.,,,.ed a bi.I.vnre to appenr due b
Monday evening, for the fu st time since s3nJ po.mds down, he has riven ohligsto- him fr that balanre suit u s bnu,;;!.'
his appointment. - r- ,!t.rj reined him 5,0 7. on th- 1st L,,, ol ,he tii., jury f his coutuiy ir-
e .t-'iday a Iioard of the Lords of the f J4mury. 5,000. per annum for the four tll. ,,,.,1 ;i penersl sciclic t for the defend,!'.'.
Tir.iscuy was held at the Treasury I'lum-! ycar$ M'xt succeeding, ard nftrrward ' a, f0mp:Miied hv n rcrtilica'c tlsnt the I'
lers. at which the Fail of Livci pool pre-: eleven thoiisp.od a year for life 1 It is rx-Is. was justly incVbted to Mr. Foster i-si'rJ-
, . 'pected ihe price cf a p. -.ir of boots will m 0f CVer.d hundred .in 1 fmtv-V.v
The Kail of Chi.williatn ha resigned ' )t exceed eight shillings, and a enrres-j,', Thi commuiiir;-.;..i, ' iv's .?
the Piivatc Secretaryship at the Foreign ; ponding fall will be. prclucrd in all arti M'rc.tiry) is made wi'hjhe hope. that, .n
'H'- e It ! .'! (He Noble I'-ol M.fi.i- rlc, .f ?xhrr m-imila. lu-e. ! r ,i.i!.,i.arv h s.on. it may r,i e'vent hitur:
fied bis intention of so doing the moment
it became probable tlut Mr. Canning was
to he the new Principal Secrctaty.
Ti e Pari J-urm.l li Dhi'.i t.i'.es at
very tinfavor,.blc view of the si'ualion ofj
the Gierk. The F.ditor seems to think
the i nlv chance they have of escaping ex
v... uio. .iiii.i ms iu suui.io iw ii. c . ii... i'ii
en terms something like those proposed
. . ...i. .:, , ,, -i ....
t.v i. Sheriu-n. guaranteed ty the llo-
sr.'.r vouk, Nov
. :. The f;.t
shi;i l;.h rt M.'."n of the fourth i'.i.e rf
I pu kc'O arrived vestrrdav mortiiiur hom
L:ve.p.M,, whence she sailed on the 2 Hit -his tight irg forward, with his knee bent, ' 1 "
of Sep'endtcr. I he Kditors of the Mer-Uinking his body midway to the ground, J The former gentleman is of tonne tier -raii'ilc
Advertiser aie indebted to Cap! j nearly in a horizontal position ; and pre- ted. Our next representation to Coo
Holdri lre for jiapeisof that day, and Lon-i seining merely hi head and shoulders ' rrfvH will thcrrfo'e be composed of lb
,!.. o,cs to the evening of the 71,1 for Mr. Nl'DtifTie to lire at. Mr. MT)uf- r;,,!)Vi u,mrIli vi. :Mcssr,. Vvr.
I osiion.sl xiiav ivi.Msr.. sriT. M he observ ing his posture, called out '-' ; ,
I'l.o Lmpcior Alexander arrived at Vien- and seeing that Col. dimming wa still vth. ' attnall. Ajbott, ( obb, 1 hompsc:
on the 7ili inst. The Viscount Mont I cjcva'inj bis 'nA to fire, after he ha.! ! '.".try and Cu'.hbert .G't&rjjt
; Tiici et:cv An-.Lii'.sa !.;r f.ow'i th Couit oil
l'rancc. lias been Hdmitted to an audience
of the Lmpcror of Am-tria, and had con
ferences with the Toreigu Minister The
conferences ot v icntia arc merelv prelim
inary, and all important deliberations will
be postponed until the Sovereigns, or their I
diplomatic attendants assemble at V teona.
We have received Dayonne papers to
the I Ith inst. They state, from Spain,
that Quesad ', being out-flanked by the
("otistitutionalists, and forced hack to Ar-
raRon, had mi flit red a complete defeat;
and it was even reported that he had been
delivered up by his own men and shot
The Defenders of the 1'ailh were fjivin;;
way at all points, before the determined
valour and enthusiasm cf the Constitu -
tionalists, and the Government svus act-
forcemcnts into all the disturbed provinces.
loci.ON, Ji'LT 31. The souadron tin-
der the command of Kcar-Admiral IL:m -
elm. sailed at s oVInel: this niornin'.'. Iti
I muIh. . r I - C.,,w. . i, U5f,l i.f u l.trl,
j ,he tnVt Kts 10iMCd his 11 a ; ; Lh
j Cucriieie, and La Thetis, fii;a!e; L' -
i;t!l0 , corvette ; Lc Momus, schooner.
, Vlll.Tl, IJI 1 l , 1 , 'fl W "I I' 1.11
Thi. ,jvjsjon will be rcinlorced bv Le
Jan Halt and La Sybclle. brigs, f.om lircst.
Its destination is not konwn, hut it is be
licved that it is to cruise on the ro.st cf
Spain. The Admiral takes the title of
Commander-General of the Naval Forces
of his Majesty in the Meditei unean. It
is said that all the King's ships in the Le
vant have orders to come and reinforce
this sepjach on.
ZA.srE, au). 7. The combined Trr
kish fleet, consisting of line of b iUlc ship",
fixates, sloops, and bii;;s. in all idx ut
thirty sail, passed by this en the 2d in
starit, and ai c at present at Pad as.
M!(i( iti tnos ii:rs.
The ship Uutb nd .Mai v.i.om P.ucii is
Avres. has urrivd at Piiil.if'elphh. Tlx:
Philadelphia G.i.t ttc s.iys. we ;:i e ince' ted
to Mr. H'n hard I'aily. patier'v.
; Hie follow in Hiterc-stm;- ; ru
: is hearer of c csoatrhe-, or .'oveiiir.'iit.
f i i.:n our Comtncrtiul A.cnt at Uucnos
1 ..v in.
On the evening T the id of August
sc-.siot. did not make his ..ppear..cc tm -
iil .-. ! . l...,,r. hp.. : r iiil'iiiiiin.! thr In.
!v ()f ;1 ( n-;iracy which had hern plan -
'. ...r.r.t i i..to .,,!
. i.. i,vr i,n rm-rii-d int.. rvr.i....,i ....v.. .; ; .i. ,..
i . .
r.f :, ( nn.iniii.. .f Imc lion, and
' uroi.gly urged the i.ccessi'y of exenipla-
i v and i;;utal Mini-.hmcnt. Our a'ent,
. John .M. Foibes Kmi. Ii.ulaii in'rniew the
niornin after with Mr. Livid.ivii : and in
. " . ... . . . .
t-.ai tirtdars i his roveriimu.t."
.MOST IMI'UUT.I.VI' MsntW.ltY.
From t'.c I - ti '...ii I.,., .
Six weeks sinre. at 'dicatioit w.is made
j ioinUe to the public ;.n i.i.ruci'.ia'c and
immense ..dvaiitage. l!aw hides, hither-
to Iving twelve months m the tan pit, ami
subverted to a pi ocess oilerw i-c he live
;iI(l pifcaii-os, ate now pctbYu u ..thcr
i Itin six weeks, and at less than half the
exnense. The eentleinau who bought
i-,t.t,tbn. U tmtril .?ms- i'ion mm..
From the Columbia Tch sc pe
crsiMt.vc a ui .M hrrnr..
" Hon tiiere Ihry fVmn.I,
hicjiint like a load " Mitros.
his drspatr hes, which arc brought by the
; Hmhand Mai, he has no doubt given the
( ol.Cnmminc and Mr. M'DulT.o h.iveu,! oi .it-itidr."
! : .... .. .
. a, H ,lln niCctH,g, at vamoictoti, living
! Iiujc Hbovc Augusta, on the Savantnh
ri, c,.( ; ,h, fctate) on Monday Morning
the :M inst. The preliminary arrange
ments were ail made, ami ine parties texos
tiicir 5' itioos. he worl was won by
Mr. M'D'ifTn-'s cccni. Captain Uuuer.
, l.eforr the word 7e. Col Cun.nniig threw
thus called out. sunk lis body to i.cr,-
the level of that of his antagonist. ,-
the same instant ('ol. Cuinming's pis! ,i
was discharged, and the ball il i presun .
ed passed over Mr. M'Duflie's head. M:
M'Dufhe then objected lo Col Cuiinniin;',
position, which he refused to alter. '1 u
parties of course parted, and Col. Cum.
ming's position is to be considered by a
board of honor. The -above is a collect
statement of the facts as they occunei
on the grr.und. We make no renuiU
on the above; but, as "prudent editors
j wait, c v ii.e ( umuuir h-ok.
.1 ucr. ami sAi r :;(; 'f'jh' a Duel.
! Push vour head and body tliiectly ';,
j ward, lik an idligator, to an uuie of 4i
degrees, or lower, just before the word
fne is tjiven. sotfiat,
1st. Your anlagcuiist shoo'ing at lh;
common height (the birast) will of conise
, send his bull over your neao, liody and all.
'Jd. Yon will lire sent ro line tr, shoot
, iii. ii liir!, W a iil.n s hrm tnatlcr (
1 , - " " '
; omsc to present, i
"d. Your shouldc
in every duel hidiert-.
er, arms and ribs (air!
head too, if it h ;W cnotigh) will nrtti
cfi'eetually juotect your vitals; and
4th. You will he enabled thereby, t-)
shoot in half the time of your antagonis',
he stMitling as usual, straight, for j our pis
tol will Ijc so near the firing posture, tint
it will not have half the same part nf ,
circle to describe.
j'tiiN r.F. m.r.Ti.
The miscreant who hung his own wife
affr refusing I er to take leave of her
children, and then murdered the wife or
another man suffered the just punish
ment of hi crimes at Lancaster, on the
2;tli inst. Ihc crowd rollecfed to wit
ness the execution, is supposed to have
mounted to horn fifteen f thirty tlici-
, :ill ; and tin gollows was placed on
; c otispicumis place, that all m:rit ln:vr a
. ' '.'Vlr''. tu i f nrrlV' 'I'i'iHt C T',vdtn ;
iln pioofol the t'-ii nioial effects of i;ia'-
ii'iioi- : idl rurWiiv. hvpivuu- mih'i
' (iy to so shocking a scene, a Lancasti r
i j.apcr slates that another murder was
' ( c.iiiiuittrcl on ihe same day. Of the p;
, ,:u v of a mhlic exhibition of it. Wen
ii. ,;.,.,! ,.i, ,'..:,ti, m i, ki
! ,lllt fr.,:i, all communion wit!, the m,-',
' r . - ..f i.:. .
.i ' '
' i .r i..r;rn. mm rml. ami th on
j jv nught vet be ..'.lowed the time to p., e-
fair for deith that humanity wovild ahvjvs
I allow, when unrestrained bv hiher cs;.
I .;.!rr..t iofis of mibr. uolic v
' 1 - :
.. 1 . ..7;-r;iu
The Pittsburg Meicurv of thr ."d t
contains i,n ; cc " nt of the tri..l cf a ca.
j )Cr1)Ie ,,,r ,:;s,,;, Co.)rt of the L'. St.-r
I at l ittht,: r. in tht tueviocs wcek.whi .
':ir, ,.t the dose of tiie war. !;rcdi;ced I :
accounts, for settlement, certuh ctait.t
were rejettecl, and he was proclaimed a
MiMir tlrfaulter: iheso itrios aerercifc-
, u,!, jt seems.r..;, a ch-rge for service,
Ls oeci-l issnin;. tc.umiissai : .
lm f,.r i-,mr ...si.f f..eihe tn.-M,. wl! ..
. i - i.-o .... -t r,. !., i;
; unfooniVd pnb'ii.:atirtis. :ui-i de'.cr t!ir
i l.i'utrrr r from attempting to expose to
jsioin the irputJ'.ion cf tnef. to whom t'"
, imet oment is t onlyi:u!t !e,l in a j c
cill iarv point of vie-v, hot ti whom tV
lit! ion at large owe an inc alculable ck!.'
We understand th.it iiitclli ;enr e rei rive i
from the two counties of Appling ,.nd,
! F.nrlv, leaves Mr. Cuthhcit a iiniarity of
; , .... , , , . , . ,,,v, p . (
iAi'- to in shl v r Um'o' ,la i.tt lb. h.i