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m' W.r, Hh! ,f a Kfii'litrS fir
ch taut-ton, vr 3.
The 7wj ttuiihl Ixmdon ppert t
the 5iih April. I hrf art priupf 1
Ird with, detail of opefailmt of h.
I'remli arndrt It, Mp,n.t ,ken from Pij
P'pff. Fr-m the t4tr of the Prcttii
1 ' f. nothing hut favoiabte account
1 1 f n'M frntu plr are Imertrd In the
1 ltd. h papers, ami these must cf court
Lr tjkf it a thing colour and i roun
It n t r, to affaire that mi be wri remote
!.. ib truib. On the vther hanl, each
It(lfr p-i r publishes whatever chimes
irrwrth The views of its editor and of thote
Ho tuppdrt Mnii and thus i wo pi pert of
that city of the unit date will often exhl
Lit statements contradictory cf cich other.
The Duke d'Angoulerne arrived at
Vlttorli on the 17th April, and It It tald
that he wat received with the greatest
-enthuslasmby the inhabitant with Vve,
bonfires rintrhr of bIUt Ice.
The Duke of Rrggio was proceeding
twirds Dgrtrot.havlng crossed tht Ebroal
- Miranda. - Durgow It it tild htd submit-
ted It icimi certain hat Bilboa htd.
. Some detertiont hive taken place among
the arm? of the Faith, and the garrison
of Puycerda replied o the proclamation
or u"adt, the royalist general, by cry
Ing ut M I he Constitution or Death."
- Tere it no opposition in the North of
pew to te Frtnch armlet and the coun
try if oc-upled bv them tt fast at they
marth over It. The garrlsont of St. Se-
bttltRt and Pa m pel una still held thra
towns- which the -French were preparing
t to besiege in form.
, Letters from Warsaw contradict the
'accounts of a Russian army beta about
. to rnrch to the ittwtanre of France.
" Iieland wit In a erv unruly slate, and
It was . feared that the Insurrection act
" irould have to be renew rd.
It is tald that the (ireeki have taken
T'T.ruf MottMvr. jvsr, ir, td.i;
tv r tA.VgtA in d. f. ptilr,'iirjf rhr tm.
mimU-kiSnfi yrUiUa In tbr f .mufWm of s fi9.
iKarv Tt'thtt ofMr amotif the mnAmiitj Chip,
rl tlill. It 0-11 to hii mpf rd anm tett
rv hirt It hr irIl rirr pg
anirf, Tlriltjr, peii1a qmkI tt,lnV wt f iwrf
tn rMtf ka trll rW rrvrr tht
tl,''r,',."J"' f t"l'K ? thv ; )H ifh .
tpruind ta. t Vra are-U He', t WtlM la.
it5irr?miiitfly,riWh rf r1'ifrrd t nVpMl and
unpt'td, it ou1l not nl h a tirrr of npprt
tivt eiprnae.Ut tbo of lnaiftrmtla Jmpowlioo.
7V fforr tht Rat The afvoftlnf pH of
tht warH hu bea all ir. fr thrta or frmr
werkt pttr. to-lnovttir rai1t of the trrat
match ree on jnrf UWnd t towUv vt rwiI'h
the prt'f ulirt. V U )piinv'clorimi,lMtt
it It hit lat victory. He how kavet the tur
and tjhui perpctuatet W fmt.
tn eonejif r of inir cihimna Wicjr m-lrd
Hh original rommtinirationa, we hae tken t'ie
trOnhte ta eoitomift arh ariicVa i4 ifierr i
Oiir tapm furni4ted, ami arrange them iirnlfr
the tfter1 head of Donteatic ami fwign Sum.
marv. IWlievinir thia pUn a ludirimit one, ly
which we tUH be tnUd to rondriwe a creat
deal within a amall crrp, r thill tkke aome
paina, hereafter, to prewnt wir rrlera rh a
column' of oiiKellaneoua itema of intellirenca
In otir laft we ronvilrd minf Kj with the hope
of being a'le Wt teV to nrramt our rra1r ra
Ith inten-atirf drtil thr ar'.ke operationt
in Spain brt we have hern Hapfo'intel. Otir
the itnortnt laUnd of I haao, and lh.tjf,'M froTn F,iron' areto daalater. indrel,
they have rnatle a auccetful devrnt uptiti I ,h'" I,,t " ' ! n,rt 'h' intrliijrrnce ti er ftimii.h
the cojtt of Macedonia. J heir fleet all : ' ftf I'tt'e intrrert. V lie ptrna frcm the
ride triumphant, and ine blockaded Tri
froi,t I'Dlhtftle vVl.f!e population. A
.re at projHirtioti cf th men are eciged
i ara Iiii pumn'm.
. Mi. Matthew, the great lrtillili com.
'dim, hat withdrawn a proennion for a
1 agal'iat the Uditor of the U nion V,t
utf, ! lhtU(htt pnituhly, that
Returtiinjt wtre n ai bl at t gw o'er,"
Andiew Hiergi F.j. a rrj.uLllrun, hat
'wt n nomioated fr (uverrtor In I'cnnty !
vnii, in eppoltton to John -A. hhutif
Faq. , ' t: . , . .
Mr. SheUeB Clatk, of Con. hat lately
prraented' to Yale College, the 4um of
H JUOO, which it tald to txi the Urgeit turn
' ver given Idlhat iuafiiutiott by an irwU
. Jt aalirftian hrlii CharlcitotiiJibf J
751 n and 37ih tilt.-for a representative to
the K. C. legiMatrjre, there wat a r be
tween the Candidate!, Mettrt. Middle ton
nd Aiken each receiving 61) vote.
1 hey will have to jo through that motion
The cahinet-makertof New-York hive
remdnttratcd titain'1 tlie emptoymenl of
convlrttln the penitentiary, in cabinet
rhakiig. It arguea b!ly for the trade.
hat tiere are rruiijr of thit line of luU
neat It the penitentiary.
1 he Motion ppcrt deny thtt any te
rif.ut (RNulty will result from the t!it
mia U 50 Mudenta of the tenior clt
of Hrtrd U iiiverit v, in ronaccjuence of
a rebellion nong the ttudrntt of that in
The Hev. Dr. Carnthan.of the Diatricl
of Odtirrdiia. hat been appointed Preaident
of the College of New Jeraey, the He.
Mr. I.indaley haviig declined the office.
1 he Ncw-Yoik banka now rrcrivt '
(arrtm t only eihteen rentt each, and
not twerity crntt, at formerly.
1 he Rev. Dr. lavmtert wat, on the
23d tit a! an unuuially Urge and rrvpec
i-ble (General C'oention-of the Fpiaco.
pl Church in the U- S. aaaertibled in Phil,
adtlpl b, ronaecrttcd Uithop of the Dio
rea of North Carolina.
Mi Mgiin Trtritoty it taid to be in
rrraing in popul.tion very rapidly, and it
detuned aoon to become a populoui and
the hnd be good, produce two Ion lu the
The Hon. John PhiilSpt, of Doitori, a
Senator in the Maatachuaetlt Igivlitiire.
died on the 30th ult. He wat in hit teat in
the Senate chamber cm Wttlnetday j and
on Friday, wat a torpaa. , -
Mr. Adlum. of Georgetown, D. C. In a
letter to Mr. Skinner, Editor of the
American Farmer, tayt he hat no doubt
but the cultivation of the fine in the U.
Statet will, be fore, the end of thit century,
add SIOO.000.000 annually to the agricul
tural prwlurtlont of the country. There
U jn abundance of fiative grapet near
Slil)iiry, which, we thotild think, miht
yearly be gathered and turned to advan
tage, imiead of being suffered to fall Jo
the ground, and rot. , J. " "
le increased with t W ta ti e iuj
rncotation of the pullic rrvrrue. If
the existing tiri.T tl'ull, during the
.rcic nt teuton tj Congrctt, be judU
ciojly revittd fur the purpote of au j
meriting the revenue, tt it confidently
ijclirvcd that it will not only be amply t
tjflicicnt to tjefray ail the demand!
upon the tre atury at preicot authnrli
ed by law, but thtt there will reroaia
an annual turplut, lubject to tuch dit-
fxjjition, for the promitioo tf the pub
c welfare, at the witdom of Congrcit
may direct." '
"w''"iaa" ttt wtt-rtta taaotiataa."'""
r.oon, i.tr. t the f ommirn, are rin
didatet fr rnembcfa of the licit LfgiaU
lure from Orange county.
We litt werk rertived the rit num
Ur of the New-York Patriot, a dtly and
teml weekl piper, printed on an impe
rUI theet. Were we to jid?c from the
tpiiit and ability di -.played in the firtt
number, we Uom14 not heaitata in recom.
mending the New-York Patriot at enable
and orthodoi republican paper. The
price of the paper, twice a week, 84 per
annum. .. .
The improvement la tteim'enginet by
our countryman in I.ondon, Mr. 'rrirrt,
it it sld, will redure Jhe yoi-ae acroi
tne-AtinTKicta'Amitf i; to ten -oayt tt
Anthony Dey, Kt. of Nerkr.Nr J.
aty a 1m hat a Unct btJtaT-whicft-w WTjrsiM lJt;...llJr
foa ti vmiu etaautua,
Mf. frhti 11a Tarif ia a auhje ct a good
deal talked of in connection with the Corgrra
aional election in thia'diatrkt One of tht ran.
didatea, we ara told, contenda for t anutl modiS.
Cation of existing dutite on certain trt! -let, ith
a view to an increase of the revenue the other.)
w ltoretber onpoaad to any chanira. In onler !
Mr, F.tktfi Neat tatha Contention question.
tha mt of the gretieat itttercat at tla time to
the people of North-Carolina ia tha approaching
Prraidcntikl f.U ctio. When we brisk lite aW
yoke that our n.attera of the RaM bold aver ua,
then the peotiU will ba In ooaaeseioa of their
4it rights and powers, and will eteniacthem
jf tin aottlionuioo of our Jutcrual tflaira, ta ttt
as wisdom and one reaowrcet may justify. But
tiill wt cannot la free to h ag at the pUul
ynke hanga on our notka. We must throw lltia
ofT too, before we can ataod entirely rcdceii44 ,
and emaneipaied. .
Htevee bumiliting looor prxle, it iain vaia ,
to deny it, that North-Carolina haa been ovef.
hstiowt d by a hat ia called Virginia ivJiitHtt.
a kind of political charm that haa for jeart eft
circled ns, and drawn nt along in her wake.
hat haa been tha eonsequenee I 1 he charae
ter of our hUte baa become almost degradi-d in
the estimation of our Mat era of tno t'nion.
F.ren Virginia hcraeH from the data of Patrick
llny to tl pwiirt kiM, ntr'in.Mit aWtla
ntpect for us. Rrmtmbcr the speech of that
orator in tha Virginia Contention j when the
name of North-Carolina vat mentioned aa hav
ing adopted the Federal Constitution, "Talk
not of North-Carolina," exclaima he, "poorde
graded Htatc !" Tiiia expresaion of their idoTi.
aed orator hu acted like a charm ow tha haughty
Mrjriniana, and Ella their mimls with prrjiuiret
agaoist us. it w a acntiment Ult towarUa ua by
aw, from the presumptuous ttro in his toga, to
poll and tpread alarm all along the coatt
, r of JJrbry. ...
J'herr'were great doingt in Indon on
theSi'hof April, St Georgr'tDtv, and
- the- dat when the King tclcbrated hit
... birth. Illuminations, roial talutra, and
fertivitiea of all aorta were the o-dcr ol
the day) but hit Majeaty could not join
. in ant of the metre inakinga, being ion
ned avitk tLe.ycau ."." . . -
Lotrooir. AfilL 24. I 23.
-The frtneti avmr, tlMHieh in Srm"
f:ht'csnn Vrreurvwl atrtrraor.fM.(ti;kli.io! rxiwetful Stnte. Several humlredt of
auit the tate of wr readrra: 11e lsue of the j ople have emigrated thither Irom New-
great c-ntcat hetaeett France ami ?paln. aliui Yo,k' ,hf Pr''l aeton, betldet a great
Peartntiam twrewa I.iheHv, etill envelorted in
tmttiral unrertainty, which contingencica alone
ni-n irom otner turn. An exirnsne
bed of coal hat been discovered in the ter
Two vill-int lately pted through a
vill-ire in New York, telling perfumed
ti irk a of Ullow for fiomaium, and colored
tnd -.rented built t f common grease for
I.. .-IT U.,l.nt l.l.aM m aaaa.a..u
that ta. people n..y better unletand the bnw. whr( , ,.f torpt
nru. you will be so oblir.riir u to pubiuh in , ... . n : ' i 4l :
. r H a j At. aa t wit mm T aa m ittHurer. ajtitu veitart) etiau arutca tu iil fj
)Our paper the following rx-ract from the " an. ck of h we U J ;
S'W?nt. Tr.f",n W"- '' Aa long a. the
23 Deccniber last. It will be rrcolWtrd, that . , , . , f . . . . ,
.l .n, i . a it j . I, pewdc of North-Carolina follow the can and bid
!k Jl a , ' 8 k7 ! J "f Virgin can we expect any other treat,
the pr,Lhcdbtw,U become payable. 1 1... tun,. " . n,r'l,n, ' aJL
John Q. Adamt at
The rmmrwr, the teneih, and the intere-ting
nature of the orir'nal cntrtnmnirntinna we nnh.
Bh th's w eelr. wT! ritrsd our annlrp- for excliu i built
d'ng manv ahiahV artle'es rrarked ( fT for the One ihoUaann1 Copies of the fiew Amer
ptTrrrlt"t re.t'irnitrl tie rhsntf 1 were tfrtriirixr-woTelr errit4 the Wildarwt!
-iaTme.tff ImrweaAWmaatt-it'-and- favor ua every wet k itj were old in New-ori in leva tfrn lour
in I w mi ran mi a ninar ajrv rritira. - i.it i.vmi n.i pi'it wmwr- w it'i-t an iHHtr u 11 vuvr " r - -
we hear of teveral rapture at tea n Immm cogitation., but could not fail rf affording our g" T0 undertake another novel
3ldettand we Infer that the war on thjt
. element will be carried, on with ap'nit. '
. ..U JH The pqllf y and determination of thTt
Country are evidently neutrality ut if It
. bf true, at it rumoured, that Kuia hat
intimated an intention to ataitl France.
e should think it impottiblc for ut to
. keep out of the conaict."
s f . , rant, ar ril 11.
' By a Telegraphic detp'atch received
from Bayonne,on the 2 1 at of April, it it
announced that the French army found 31
pieces of cannon at Pancorvo, with bumbt
.evnd ball. The Head Quarter! were at
..Vittoria,. where bit royal highnett the
Duke waa received with enthusiasm.
Lepers from I run sjatethat the f-fikers
cf the regiment In that town, atd who
re.ordered to, join the. ai my , are. to be
r-rmed;with mutkets,aa in-the4att war.
The -roads are already bleated with Gu-
crillas. who are audacioua, even at a short
. diatance fiom the army.
' The Duke has ordered that no soldier
whall attempt to join the arniyoone; they
' tnust go in it body for fear of being pick
edeffbv the Guerillas - '
Arcortling to the Bulletin of yesterday,
the Head Quarters appear to be at Vitto-
V na hence Jhe army has advanced 40
"""Idattue ainto Suain.
rradrr a "fraat of reason, anff a flow of aHd.Bj At the late testinn of the Legislature
Thte rif Pur friindt ho hare timr, talents, and I of Penntylvapia, an act wmpjixaed incot
ad;poaitiontoaMiatua inoirendrsorttoren-P0,''ntf tt Company to erec a R il-Road
der the Weetem Carolinian a journal worthy of 'fO"" Philadelphia to Cchirolla in that
Its parrenage, are moat earnestly invited to con- '""e-
tinue and increaae their favora. J,,hn CIpepper ia again a candidate to
represent the Fayetteville diattict tn tht
w ..... next Congreaa. In apeaking of the ran-
We ire much graced In he.np enabled ths ' for thf Mt presidfnfy, hf (lors
week to announce the formatirmrf the .Va.Afr,;no, ,d himself to anv one: but in
Frmatt .lurifiary .VaWrtv fir MrH rvfc'nr the
CmiHtim tf thf J-w. Vhen the Hr. tr. Frey
pawed through Sal'-borv, a few weeks aince,
the head ol thr lM.
Col- Jmes " .iller, Governor of Arkan-
at hit auggistion the l.u'l" of the town vrrv i saa, in about to Isavc that 'ritilorv. the
promptly atepped forwur., to h- n'iniher of . climate not agreeing with his i onstt'u'ion
about fc rtv, rearV a'l in tow n 'f M ature fe, I At a Supt riot ( ourt in Newll. mp
and entered their names for tl.e purpose cf far-1 t'.ire, a vetdi t w obtained on an at count
ming the above Society. Since then, a eaptiou
rw, hoae aoi.ls always shrink within their own
df a wooden ww&ortey and a duck
a week old !
The tietsurer pf the Ameriran Bible
Society atknoalrdgps the rVreipt ol S.
519 37 cents, for the monihof Arii ; jiui
states that he hut distributed Bihle nut'
Trtiamentt of the value of S56l 52jct4.
1 hrW4rVf "Spitnfae
tt o Ch&roberV.Gbve fmnrjiirnt
;prorojue, but-merely -adjourn themVun-
; der the idea that new leMlaUve meatmea
; , (a new Lojnnq doubt) may have to be
discussed- -"; , j Prrfltgnan, April 12
cdro, had received on express, announ
. cing that Mint had stnt Prorlamationt to
- Repoll whkb, were received .with the
fjreateat enthusiasm. Mint announces
that the French would be able to enter
Catatonia he therefore exhorts the f'ata-
loniant to be firm, and assures them that
.if they remain united, ihey will be vie to
(lwo regiments of women have been
formed in Barcelona for the service of ihe
pldce. ift case It shall be beitegrd. 1 will
je Ter0rihrcte3'hat dHrig tlie wr.-of In
dependence! a similar battalion was form
v ; ed'at Gerona, whose Courage in Catalonia"
Marshal St. Cj r to much praised.
, .; ; AfomtB' arHit l.s.
' , The elimion ol Geneijai Cnuuel is or
dered to succeed that of Bourke btfore
St. Sebastian's. Panipeluoa appeal scle-
termined to make a vigo-out resistance.
It appears that the Spaniards are concen
' tratinfj all their forces on the right, with a
view, it is said, of enabjinK Mini inif Bal-
: . iasteroa toorm a juDCtion. , ,
ritrt .)! 4fc. kuvmMinn f an hjeet of
Cliristian vbarity, have been btm at their car.
dings, with a v'ew to depreaa tbw ardor of tha
ladies, to paralyze their efforts, and finally to
.. .. ..... duriuir the tame month
Br.W'tntwoortnreejexcept,onMne..d1e.ol A nun nan,cd y on the North
P.nsbnrr have been and w,n continue to be tn.ejSin,fet s r. fMnnir ,10me one tKhl
to their first generout reacdut.on.-fbr woman', i H.nR hc. te taction, waa seized by
ieav-taenee, like woman's low, la fixed but the f(llir n,er)t bfll(jf thrown into a hot on
firmer jn her heart the more it it thwarted in iti ,he river, hrairn to de-th, and the body
.PVT??!?-.. ... thrown. ovejarcl.
ladies of. the Society, most cheerfiifly puohsR" Hem IFe unAlk.
b mi papMheiy pre2im
did our limits admit ofit.i but we.tM oj?ljjre.d.tff 'K 1. rif in J !' iCl.w'rl 'jlUC.
defer Ihem for want wf room.- We ewbardv ton 1ki4, b -on- iuiuki abf pect into
Ihe tiver, nod hdd fliaitd past ihe bout,
i 'ern..lel tunkint; a:d ri in aniidsl the
. I l.J ... .1. . ..r iL.
.uCU , , -.urmi. , u. , c co,puiB that they reiterated
meiit, will exceed the revenue of that vtar more . .,. w' mu ' T " , ,
r i ii if it-., l the a oma of Patrick Henry" Poor degraded
than one million of dollars. 1 his J-Jlnt can be , . ,r ,,. 1 . , "
. . , ... . . j tate IT we would have tha world reaped
raised only In one of three waya, either bv a ! . . . , . , ,
i u : i . l j '. h-'t ft first u-arn to respect ourselves, ana
Uan, bv interna! lam, or bv an increase of in- , ., . .it i'r "
' i . . . i i r ahow that e can think ami act for ourselvea.
He on certain articlra of importation i which of , ,v . r i j .- j
..... .. Init nff An vmr jttrj.li Artnntinn iffli v.
ha-l the President
..i. 1 1.. -i. . .i
... t . .i i . . . 'hi i-.i.rin-aruiiiia iiaa iiciifru iicr iu cicvl Unas
and thereby raise the money f 1 he t.ovenimen', , .. .
... j. .... . 1 1 .. .i lotir. Ami now sir am. she considers Haaamat
nr on certain articles oi iinportatioti men ol , v r ne i j
i. . i ii i i . ii , . Out of 36 vears amcet headoi
theae ak-rnalives should be adopted r lo tar !.. . .- . J
. . .i ii i i . l eral Conritution, irginia haa h
the people, -to inrreae the public debt b a f . M ,,,'. , t ,
. . ii ir. ,l T.'ir '"r J2 of them : ahe lias had
(on, or tn make a s i all a'tjit on to the Ur.fl, i , r k . i . .
... i . ami North-Carolina haa helped
not denning it wise at this time to add to the
burdens of the people. Lave recommc-iukd a
ter of course, lhat we musi- help brr to elect
small mod ficatioo of'the Ur.fT, tber. hy fully ex, ; . ' JnZl J. i
. , , .... i . . f ,qo, North Carolina will not vote wt the appfoaehlr
k . T . . clecl,on for her candidate, knd he will laugh yo -
meet the drficrt of that year. a.ata. , .Q . . -Z
I'o provide firr the estimated deficit luug, that ahe Uiinka we cannot divide from her.
of the yeam 18.5 and I82.as well-iTlo i hat hat an th.ttitrncron rorpart
meet any extraordinarv demand upon the . ,. .. , .
... . . tributeo, more than all other causes put togeUv
I reasuty, whtrh -unforeseen extgrnries er , ,ink otir tniing in the estimation f tho
hiiiy rtquira.it U believed In be expeui , other atatcar .Virginia hat had the bejtoament
enl that the revenue should he increased. of aJ the. loaves ami fishes) and w,hie sjie dealt
Thi may be ronvenieml efTerted bv a . them out liberally tbjeahere, it hat notJieeaV-
judirimit revision of the t.tifT; hirh,l,0frweV0Plh,fur
1 ' . : the fragmcnta. Out now again, ahe calla upsa
while It wtll not prove onerous to the con-, u, t0 ht,p ,)er ,0 rIcCtt fo;Prf,iderit M0e9
sumcr. will simplify ihe labors of the of ;0f hernaiivia. f i7M-a II. CruwM.
fi. era of the revenue. At present, arti ( People of North-Carolina ! . the approaching;,
les conipoved of wool, cotton, flax, and j Presidential F.lection ia an important epoch in
hemp. p..v different rates of duty. Diffi '"r P0"11 y0V ) yo? "T to
. . , 1 - . . j drag along in the trad of irginia, or will yoa
.uln.t frequently occur in determining L, arouie joumlvetTthiT.k for youf.-
the duties to which such articles aie tub- aeKet, and act for ynurselvet . Where ia that
ert. Ihe provision in the tanft, tbat j state pride, that should swell the bosom of every
'he dut) upon articles composed of vari
oi,s nuieti.ds shall be regulated by the
material of chief value of which it it com
posed, i productive of frequent erobar
true son of Carolina i It hat tlcpt for years;
but it now awakens, and spreads its patriotic
Dut how are we to manage, so as to get o(T
from supporting thw Virginia candidate t 8ho
It . has promised uso him j andiier leading paper,-
ruasment und much inconvenience
is, therefore, respectfully submitted
JJ articles composed ot wool, cotton
1 . . . .. ca nt dominion." 1 here is only one way, -take
matenalt is a component part, ne tunject . up cHirafrtlf tnd Aecttt independence, at did
to a duty of twenty-five per cent ad valo our forefathera in timet paatf What true ton
lem. lot North-Carolina that does, not rejoice alina
itted. that (the Kiclimond Enquirer, hu proclaimed it The
Hon, fliX, ' promise, moreover, ta eotifirmed by aoma of our -
.r ii,... 1 citiiena reaidini along the bordert of the "an- '
oi tnese .. , . . , : i ..i..
' I he dutiet upon glass, pi,; r, upon iron ; "P'nt now prevailing among our people, to con
and lead, and upon all articles composed' '.,e M" tr i!hin 'J tlTM
name the officers they are aa follow;
Mrs (.ilea, Pmidnts Mrs. Stesle, Vra. .tane
The IntUi'ifniti' VVlltf rK'nipirtt Mwtvtty"i ' Mm Vb.inrh, lira Sl-nifrkUiyAlra. A huhhling erlriieiirf thf Mm m ; nt thwt in
of the two latter materials, may a ho he
increased ith a iew of augmentation of
the revenue. Ip all these raes, except
silk, it is probdde th.-.t the effort of the
propose d u meiiL.tioiu of ., dutie s, will
gradually lead on tin -imple supply ol thf.se
't-wilt r.onnue to he- lgmtntert-br-the
purposed alterations in the tariff Unlit the
public debt shall have been redeemed;
after 'which the public eirpendltui. in
Torrencej and Mrs. Moore, Vice Pridenti Mrs. . A nt, coung n
Mosea . Locke, fimnUne Srtt'rii Miss Jusan J ,lc tCHm-S(f.t, p
Drawn, Trtitnt t Mrs. Dr. Long. airs. Martin,
Mrs. Thomas Holmes, Mrs. F.vans, 'rs. Charles
Fisher, Mrs. Tho. I.. Cowan, Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs.
Fcrrand, Mrs. F ihon, Mrs. White, Mr. George
I-ncke, Mrs. Indey, Mrs. Hamilton C. Jonts.
Mrs, Murphy, and Mrs. Reevea, Ihrttttrt,
-J, hZf.hf-S ''! e heW. In
the.tJovrtjJIouse, oft Saturflav evening next, tlw
21st Instant, 4 o'clock f the bell will be rung at
Jialf paat three.
Tbe ritizf nt of the town of Alexandria,
Disc. Cd. hich'Contatna a population
of 9 or iO-QOO souls, ahd.haa been a large
town about 1 OH ycart) are fosCtoniHrring
jibe propriety of boring tnto-jfhe earth to
piocore dnnkinp; water.. I hey have here
tofore been snpplieu wit h water" from a
fountain a mile, and a half from tow n,
which it carried injssks; an' dealt out to-
the inhabitants bv gallons quarts, cc.
There are 437 wirjowiio Xebort,R. I
entlemuti. a strapper in
.t, phinged into the tiveraf
ter the youik l-d ; al'ier stritguin'K
the water a'tVoit time, thty were both
saved hy a sn)l boat.
An insurrection lately took place anions
the convict inv Newgate, X'otuuctkut.
1 hty werefjrfd upti trv the RU-rd, enct
and aide and anrrth
with a bat,tiet. They were soon ton
qijcie d, yndtw filled ih their cells. 1 here
w.fr 109-in'prisoh"." '
" C6rn: mmirht u. s. m-
f.rtry, haa latily been uied by) a court
martlitl at fVrtnn Rruge,'bn vaiioua chat
gesv one of4 whit h was for "ly ipg,"-
afid acquitted bv 'the louit ; the tentenre
of theVourt was subsequently approved
by -Gen' Gainee. ' ' ..
Gen. b-niel Brfrrinirer, and Willie P
laivfjtlm,.q.,aVe' rahdidiites foj.Con;
gress from the '-Raleigli district.
"5 Duncah Cm tn, F.tq for the Senate,
and -.?. AltbaitV M'Auleyi abd Joh& ;
' tttn Of 1 DCi1
rxtent of the sinking fund, which is, at
present, g IO.OOO.i 00. But if contrary to
present antic ipaiions, the proposed a tig
mentation of duties should, before the
pu'hlic debt be redeemed, produce a dimi'
nu'icinr f the revenue arising from the
importatlisn of those- imtiiea, corres
ponding, if not greater, augrnentation
ur articles tmponca into m yauca
States. This supp aitibn rests upon
he iwd-fold conviction,' that foreign
frtictcs, irearly equal to the valu of
the domestic eJtporta, will be imported
ind rbnsumed j; and that the aubstitn-'
tion of. particular classes of domestic
articles for those of foreign nations not
only does not necessarily diminish the
value of domestic, exports, but usually
tends to increase that value
The dutiet upon various. other artt-
clea, not in an degree Connected with
bur dbmBsticrindiiStry', may'Jikew wt,
Virrinia haa for years fattened on tha profits of
our internal commerce w e have built up one
of her most important towns, Petersburg j and
let the late proceedings of the merchant and
brokers of this same Petersburg show what re-
turna we have received for it. lnaulta and rid
chanat for our commodities. But at all this,
iwesfitfiM r4Kce, aiece.ii.iaa bsu wir, gnw. w
wct.aOaaiirltt VVfc jarrp.tf5t ' of our peo
markets. The example of the people f Itafclglt"
on this occasion, is truly worthy of imitation.
For many years before the late proceeding! in
Petersburg against us, the merchant! tn Ktiagti
la the' tmded altogathaiia rettrsburgUutancclhriU
out of all the merchants m that city tYy $nt nat
been, found to return' to that market, all the
others have told their produce and made their
Eurchaaea in Faj etteviue, and did it, too, on
etter terms than they were used to do in Pe
tersburg. ' , '
This ia a good beginning, and promiaet well
to North-Carolina. Put we must not stop here s
k ia Jiot alone sufficient that we turn our trade
from Virginia to oor own marketa j our eharao
ter and 1nwrst Teqaire thaf we- ahottW alaoae.--ttp
fur wtrtelvetia pliti t f -When we aticeeed
in both of tliese'partlculars, then Ncrth-Carolina
may hold up her head, and itand at a STATE '
among States.-'"r .
' It doc a indeed seem M to againtt the very,
grain of the " ancient dominion, to allow the
Ieaat credit or honor to jorth.Carci'lna, Lit any .
respect, Ifven now, a 1rginianjt laboring wltb,
all his might to atrip otir forctathera, who are
aleeping in their gravet, of the glory they won
with their blood in the battle of Kmgt Mountain I
Yea, not only to deprive them of their juatly -won (
glory, but furthery to heap disgrace upon their
memories, by accuaationt of cowardice t Witieae .
the publication of Mt- Preston, of rirgima, dur
iriff th bistinter, and even now, Nevertheless,
we are called upon to help Virginia to elect aa
Fretidenv.frm.i7. Grawfird, another itaftf