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July 1, 1823, edition 1 /
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V.ir li re seal i t ;
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i hjM telf h.tnrall.
f cf te1i if me 1.1
therm lii.ho'twn. Out of lh niott tiefu
Cijr tr if t'-t n'rv J wii'uh lc
o 4 ! i ;tl ol'l-n j dr wbkt
, li Wa tcri-HX l,Uil rtiu'ttt .ite ralausti
ally acconp.nv rh other, lhat tUe
tytuirmte .f mi lra.1 He observer Ik
look f,r on nr mora af e o'hert. In
llll wf , the j;roiu woUld See vmft.
I;m of n iron, a lead, or copper n.imr $
4 (if li.netume, gypsum, f t!t and of
gteat number of other useful minerals,
where one unacquainted with the lawa nf
' ' ' the science, wool.1 nat uricl ihe jtait
tence f any ghHc'n iu'SttantesV7 .
. I s.hf Ul-wiihSitlhe J?Jf
j-propmed-to fee'marler -twtht board
' , - cf agriculture, lo state the rctpeeiite q.
Jitiet of the different kindt of our ort
, , to determine how much metallic Iron
. , tbey were respectively capable of afford
. in what were the foreign substances
- that were united wi'.h each, and bow these
to'tgbt bf moit advantageously arparated
- rr a and finally, to suggest every Improv.
mrnt respecting the manufacturing af
liiit ante let wnicn muni i in j ot session
of the author of the report, whether de
tived from euida c observation. If this
k task, were fulfilled with decent ability, !
aubinhit to the manufacturer of iron,
hcitcr it would not be furtiUhlng him
tjtith a kind of information which he hat
,' , many a lime felt I he want of end which
had he been In potsestlon of it. wruild
lire wed him nom much uncertainty
nd eil'n,iid perhaps also from many
In do not intend, tlr, to bt thui minute
tjrith retpect to ihe remaining article pro
moted to be enumerated, both becaue
rone of them are to Important at ihit.
nd tutnj of the foifgoiinc uhwrtMiiunt
appljr ttto W thfro in proportion lu their
Importance-. With Ihit apoltv for de
taining )tu to Ioiiki I rrntHin, hn, ret
prrtfully our, tiliri illllOH.
" 1 Minjft of vtf, and of adenturei new."
LAIC fKOM Kl'KOPE.
KiW TOtK, JUNK 11.
. th packet ahip John Weill, CfeU
Harris, which arrived last cvrninjj
- - SO daye frm Liverpool, the ed-tori of
r- the New York Daily Advertiser hav
received their regilar Bin of London
taprn to the evening of May 8 h and
" . J-tvrrpool paper to May 10th.
:2 cneralXouiil iolUor at the head o
... .. ...ap. tha whole . aerond .corpte of the- French
armri entered aarafrota on. the 36th
-1 be LoimIoo "Coui ler of the lih M r.
- atiteii that, tha fit? had been Inundated
J! 'fporta thal morning, one. of which
; aitlut the rrench had captured Pam
'petunaanri that wat Immediately tuccee
f tr inot her, that. the Uuka d'Anjtru
leme had been antjitinated.
.llh LiviXH.l ier of the I Oth of
IMiVi containt a posttcript in which it i
; at.ited that "vanoua re port t prevail in
--7 !BrH,M amonK-whtrh one wa, that" the
u klnj' hud renewed hit former connexion
r " i'h Uccnet,"nl that the latter would
Boon be at the head of an administration
1 half liberal half ultra, and that Talleyrand
' was in dote union with Dcize.
. The Courier of the 8'h di-crerlitt these
, ; atorit t(- and rjuotet the Quuiidi nne ol
,iMon:la preceding in support of the im
" By tSe"accountt, it iloet not appear
' the rrench hud made any progrcts to
r "warda Madrid. They were at ihe latest
,". .Jate before Paninetuna. The rumour of
': ei'ortation "will pi oiwhif prove to be no
thoj more than rumour.
i . ... . iNor do wfl place any rttt reliance on
, t the ttort of an expected chunee in the
' v Fiench Ministry, huchajneature would
; JnJirate a detetmination on the part o
the Kng of France o recall hit troopv
and brin about a peacet wuhoot having
'T"accoriipnhedbne i object for which he
trtVheliukid!AftMuleiue bad mrjwmr
" . Wauild, in conteuuence of whuh 30,000
-j. , aOuiUonal tnwps are ordered to the Pyre
; . fteta frpm the northern parts of France
; . v The last despatches from the head oiiar
. -- trrf of th Fi-hrh "pDMLj.'f f nMrpTird tn
bave ' tjr'ynjrlr urijed the Importance of
; immeoMie reinforcement. The neeessi
, ty or reddi ing M. oabattiani rampeluna,
, j r? - . ...j,u : . . . . r
- eou t i,;urra, miu nc lmposM Jiiny 01 00
, " in;r tithcr with the force employed ea-
' "puin the grounds of the new levy. This
. .is ih c-ue wf the paue In the advance
1 of the Fit nch arm. ' " .
' . ' 1 t. um n:itwt tstc. lhl u T?np, ,r
r..., Srn.y it uit jpuUedTy assembled in the
,v .v JpjaBc'Rtniece of her own aohliers,
or io pin we frentn in cpain. is not
I A SomV ifprr ulatlon it elicited 6y.lhe ru.
"mour'that the maftont Madrid it ttop
ped'. artd that the hosplvxf'jttoria are
crotidchi.;flyvwith ;ouned". ' flit con
jecltued thnt aomethini; hatxfaken place
vbich it , is not for the inteiifst"Df the
Frencii gOYcrnmcnt to allow to be known.
'I I: if , iH c f ... I f. t" '' f
if , , fMiri.iii . j t e c n thf jt ' 'it hi
t v ; ,in ni l ( f , i !u! i ' J
l','i lt)il f.il tir n'ih I fry IC rt j)ft
nl id erry liitdott journal.
Iie rnmrtjr c otitr hi tt wlnl nlie-
ited to he rtitiio. Hut the French had
;.,,sr i,f Sira,v-j J it it tted lbt
'he f la'e It -!i;otrd t'l holj out alul
ihe t ftcrof . , '
The htv ariillrry, il It tfatrd h ihe
tl.fiooe n;f, whkh It htrndrd lor the
.'icKft f Han Sebiljn and I'iUlptim i.
betl to rtie. 'I her are rjr fae 21
potindert, mde at Touloute.. ,-
. I ha I ranch atmv In ! wttl have ad
vahred little beyond flurnot, lo which
pjice the head Qj .itett luvc nut ret been
r At f.. f i .... .
reTnorgju-ou,,ingiu. n wm mm mpYnrwr
! le their pln to rsrrst on rmirh fuithcr
at lue ta.Thtia ruit ra'Uer Iito.
til'tn to ptute, wiiith, flounuets tut kiv-
en tit la the numerout rejont of nejro
clationt beiiifrrm foot, but which is muc h
mora reasonably explained, by auppotine;
Ihe irmr io be awaiting the approach of
rrlnforremenit, which to the amount of
30,000 men, it it known, have been desi
red bv the lender of the ioion. ,
The l'roilo.i Junta ol Spain it rom
posed af Equia, prrtide U F.rollet, Go in
re Galo'eroi and Jcah Daptitie d'r rra-
lit au'hoflt) hat been solemnly reroti'ii
ed by the Dole d'AnouIeme, nd in
conteqoearc of its- formal and complete
organization, it hat UtUi d its ordett to all
f-nvernort and other authorities, to reco
nize and yi -ld biedienre lo'il, Ki't in.
ttruction, at the tame time with retort
lo Ihe mode and forni of reverence with
whirh il it to be aoMrettrd. t ' .
1 he fortretet of San Sebtlan and
Pampelitna have not vet hern vigorous
ly etnaolted i ihey, ronsfqneotlr, contin
ue the inert impediment in Ihe way of
ihe ot he raise smooth and easy courts of
the intadiriK army.
rraa.The horrors of the South are
thickening to an ettrnt almost ioconcriv.
able. Perhtps there were never in the
hi ory of Irel tnd any scrnet nmpaiatle
to those whirh hav e been ucled.for the last
three or four months in ( oik an l.imer.
!kk. Kten in the rehrllion of 1798, there
! were not, we are ahonol coi.vIik r l. dur
b its entire rontinuaorei h many hnoset
burnt; and though more proerly mutt
h ive been destroyed throuichout the whole
-. ... - . , " .
kingdom, vet cerUinlv no two coun;iet
have aulTcred to set eiely at Cork aod Li
merick are doing at t? it moment.
ifreaw'wj Pufiuluib n the Ruttian Em
IT fETaaaoH, n. iR23. From
the oIim ial slalcma-nt pibiishect by the Sy
nod, fwhichr-however, includes nnly the
memlieri of the Huttlan'Greek .Church)
rt'ippeaxa. that ui he "tear 1820, there
were in the-whole empire
females, 7U.67J 5 T ,3703U9
Death, males, 467.683 . , airman
... females 44997? TtJ 917,680
Kxcea of Births 632,719
The deaths ef male rhlldren tinder 5
years of ajje were 743,029; being above
one half ot the whole.
rw toaa. tvxr. 9.
liy ihe srhooner Kilipser, t'apt. Hath
way, from La (iu rra, we have rectived
Taraccas p.ipers to the 231 May. V '
A posthcrit in the L'olumbiano, of the
lUt Mav, announce the imtmrtaiit inlrl
'''X,,r.0XJLH.e'?Cy2?. I'L'he Jorirtsi ul
San Lai lot, and consequently the lake und
City of MatacDiho, bv the rolomhun for
cct under (Jen. Montillv The infoima
lion waa received through to niaiir chan-
nrlvjui doubtiaere cjUatitiued. Ut wu
thenticity. A salute Wat fired at Lacu
as ra in consequence
A divition of ben. Morale army (600
atrnnfrj u,tider the command of. vol. Go
mei, which entered Coro, were lately
defeated by the Colombian uoods ttndtr
the command of Lieut. Col. Gontaltz.
The Spanish Governor, with many others.
y rtsscssKrsrs- -:
The Spanith fneate waa still at Porto
Cabello, not havirjR rrpoited the damage
ahe received inv the late, acuon with the
Colombian corvette. - .
We have been favored with the pern
aal of a letter from an American centle
man at Valparaiso, dated February 17,
a, a. . . . tf
wnicn we believe is a tew days later than
our former advices. He says; "General
Freire haa arrived here from Conception,
with SJOO rnen, and" haa talen t"he Direc-
QT prisoner. Freire hat, 300 wen oiv
the road from ConceDtion to tha citrand
3Q0Q men irora.Cxjuimbo, ere about'two
mrtei ftomttfte.cuy.aiWns: to- in hTmr
Ihe Director arrived at Valparaiso the
same day 1 re ire arrived in the - hathof:
Id tlhe I)irector,L waa immediahclr nut
Mlder.a strong guard SQQ men, and is
yet a prisoner. Gen. Fre're afcprbathed
near theicity on the 1 3th, w ith all his
roopv Tie does not wish to take tha Di-
rector's chair, but is determined to make
complete change, and hive an elective
Vf Ii ti c V.ViUir.'oi f
I l.o i!i-m ;e w all ha bene-
(v r f t
i'it I '
riil.lt, i LfriMK M, m ho h lilcnllytt)
:h-riV ( 1 Iimq ctemt have pot a tln;i io
all bu-.k'iet for the lime J in fine, mar
ket arc dUrotiriijirtjC. At one Season
me luve thejfraiii crop fM'fiil tl another
our 'ity , ttlakft) O id foundl'Mit by
eaiV'i jiHtet; end, immediately after thi,
etery ihlnf l uniel lopsriurvy by revo
lution. To .Jiih. 37,Lwe had and
II iei li,
I her shock v n earthqualie, at about a Captain' comjiantes in nan, rnriiu a
n'tl'Kk.- Ihe water h a lub in the yatd the Covtri-llooH In KaMttirj; on I'nday tht4h
wat thrown oit, and the tu'i rolled - with " faj f aVy nit. It la hoped tUl ail the (Me
ihe f rth, like Ihe mo'ioti of a boat. The atct will give Uteir pttnctwal atteiulioce,! one
tliock continued ah two or three mi'-', of tha ol.Jtnlof tU pteeting Ut ke ar.
ntet. t aha.II leae here at toon at posl , nu,,,,,, fu, eWirf person lo tttcn.1 lh
hie for A uef it a . I'ha jsoveroment it ntrXz f0 f,,, Ml iiKlvifh,tla24 Urn-
erf UBtcnilOf nq,nc -...n .... w.mn
I J.. . 1 m. ,.t ......... a. I. n.h
Eruurohan tha c?ernmeV2rr-
A. C. ttJt.
CltaiviToa, iovk 13.
A letter from an oflii er it Coin- Poa
Tra'a tqoadron, dated at llatana on the
17th oil. mentitnt that lwuitf;e aimed
Spanish tch'nera, sailed from that port
lotit i ww weeks previous, for Africa ; i
they were manaed ,b upward of two?
?7,,w ,"r,,, V" T un "7T
ly been enifKed in piratical acta, but find -
KKn in piraucai acia, on. mm
Mk it a raiher haiardout and unprofitable
. , mi . , . . , .,
busbtett of lae, have embarked In the
I . t j . ,
; pretext Iet danerout enierprite ; hit
i --.in ..l ii. e, a ' ;,i
tncy will ptooaoly nod tome oppoton
iu,. ..v vii, ...v, ,iyiMi.
on the coatt. C'cirT.
A Chetkt Unman hid Il it either
n unpleasant fad, that the Ugliest and
tkwarrrr of brute anim.ls have the
erratett resemblance to man ; the monk
I ey and the hear. The monkey is unlv
; too (no vwa tliink) because he lv like man
j at iKe hear it awkward. Ict..use the
t.imhroui action of its huK.e p- teems
in "c a ).Tpis(cious imita.ion oi
pre,Krsteiou. imitation or the
L.. L .. .1 . . . . I
ni' 'ion ol ihe human hands. Men and
apes are the onl animals that have h.irt
no the under eve lid. Let Kint know
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIKTY.
The srvi nth ..nnkert.rv of the Ameri
ran Bible Sot let v w. relchrated on tha
j 8 h Irist. in the city of New. York.
On Wedhesdav an adjourned meeting
ent partt td the tountry, from whom
mutt. iittrrtiUni' infji jiatioit rcpeiinK
the tiivj.jtton andiircumttancea of iheir
different Hotietiet was obtained. It was
peculirlfpleating- to learn thai,'4n- ar
and iiitcrrttjn promoting the benevolent
objects of the parent institution are ex
From tht tUtt menlain th alanaersj annual
IrVport, it appear ttuUy during their tcventli
year, the frcicty have printed of
Ribh i in tie T.n);liili language,
New leatameitt in do. t
do ; In the Spanih language,
Bihlrtprined at Lexington, Kenruckv,
from ateteonpe plates belonging to
to the Ktciety,
1 he Sociey have purchased Bible, in
the Hi ri.an langtujrc,
And they ilrthe nenvrd from the Bri. .
ti.h amTF'irelgh Bible Society, ftps f,
niab tlibtathrratiiitou. dittnbtition '
in Mcvit and fcoulh Amecica,
Making jntbe.wbola ...... - SSfojQ
Which, al!l to the wtmher mention
ed in tip last Report, vii : 268,177
Muke a tttal of ; " ; 325,777
In the first aprm years of the Society. "There
hae bem issued from tbe Society Depository
during the past year
Bibles- T 28,443
Tcttanierta ; 26,357
I. - - r
. ; 54,8v5
Which, with the Bibles, Testaments,
Mohtwl. Gospels, and Delaware E
pit lea, iss ied during the six prece
iliag yelra, via. 193,8t8
Ungiifea,mOuht to 1,079
Arid the Testaments In the Spanish
ann ercscn languages to , 3,055
Making a. Iptal of
' Ct'RIOUS BRIDGE.
The. lt number of Silliman's Journal
notices a Chain Biidger which is in a
Mate of farwMness over the Menai, an
tm of the Irish Sea, which separates
Anglesea from-North.Walr a. It wilt have
th unprecedented length pf 560 fecti be
tween thehvo supports, one en each shore ;
w44tt height above the water will brter
foeu tjothat-t'f iself tn it
.1- JL. 1. .. HaM "'JT' " r.i"
midet fulf taU:1! uu
feet high, over.which the' chains pass.
Thetrtdgetlt3y. feet wide, containing a
foot path of four feet wide, in thi ihiddie.
It will COit 70Q)00 pwunds tterline;
V On Friday, at the milfs af the Union
manufaciuring company,on the Patspsco,
Mrs. Ann Clegg was delivered of thkib
itvz sou iU ' Baltimore Gazette.
w me ooaro ol Managers w., hrld at the "T - - wc rt, of , fr u 1(K, rf ,h,
Bible .Society's House for the pu.pnat .,.e.r obj.ct.on.ble, nm rf . u De.
reeeleiAv Oelete. fiom AtmHi.iy "r fined to accompli, th. .at object. Ua . fc f)m ,he c Jt H
et.es, where the Mn-Ker. were.hi?hy thai t a l..eh are eUrected Ihrwugb the tie. hum Qrwa- awrtr.bkd llilUaawaa7 lh. ih M.J.
gra title d ill metleir Urxt iiunitwr of re . of Jhbft AwWi If antnun MiLipoted to . . ..... .
r a . - . . ... , 1 . . r j MwIimI Holt iti the chur, tnd Jolin Ttvlor.
a a a, ... sf 1 1 ftatl ! tt it ati.l tliM ai man rs . tt ltbtvrnraia.a nf i
. - m w awsaa)i.tia m "ni suns i - vii' tmj awtv n ivuam uv iitwiiiivv an ea' w aarwa v
s. ii .is nun v:
TIT.sntY MottMVr Jt'LT I, m
A mertlnf of tha Dtk-gaul from tht Krrl
It U aahl, on (ivod sutliority, that the rreat
race-horte Jlmryi ho tsme an near bettiny; the
vaunted F-tlipie, cf Kc-Yotk, its native ofi
thi IUU, and waa UrtJy ralaed here. Ildtey
Bicharda, John Itichardl, Ind Flywt; ChiUi rs, Hce. Collin M'er, wf Fajetteville, wtit haa for
the Beetett c our rs of the day, althmijlt now J fur aotnctntie p been inakinf arraneaiente
ownej m Virginia, are North-Carolina horar. for jiubhshmf a volume of nrrmont, kc. jo be
B0iitu,e lirginiana, who are now atniltbxtjU the -nouthern Kraacher," it no rtadr
1 1'wlt ts.perciliov.weaa of as imuginrd u) Keonwitl. Li. work, and wialaall aubacrip.
1 i...J:.w kk.-.i:.. ... ... ;. .... ... r
H a fcff - UU v,.hKj-..I1.,.
i V, ' ., ' , ,. .-:
i fealLertinliitiretp! Ian il that Y rrrtnia
. , . . .... ,
i nrrr vk ano iitu n am vr, aa lona; "r
' 7Z ... . , . . .
.tte follows in the aake of the "Ancient
rnthe latt paire of latt week's -Caron.iUn.M,
oor reader will have teen; we gave place to a
' communication relative lo the formtt'.on of an
Audliary Bible Society among the htudent of
, the I'niveraity of North-Carolina.
! When, br a lapse of years, we ahall all be
n..merd with il,e dead, tn.l oor d.-ed. and
.,;, K. korn oi.lv lhrouirti t!,. muitr tom
(...ton. our act.,, fbtnrr.drr.ee an,! oor dr.. U
f .hM h murt btf h
mo lik rly of any to mark the prrscnt age as
One worth of Hie historian' prcuGar nntice. In
fitiire irs thit will b- viewed a an epoch e
eoml r-nlr to. tlir flcf. rma'ion, at nganlttlke
frtat tfTor'i to reclaim man f-im the vicce T
bit nature, and the nniveru.l d rmion of the
charter of hi. talirtion, An.orij- all the sari-
out effortt that are iiat-d in the ss orTJ at the
prent day to trlvaiiee the real interest of
be Cannot lir rvKj -t ,n Anitir it thrnucli the
g ney vi ti.mcrtic B.ble Societies j fur he is
time sowing seed, the fruit of which he bin
self, or hi immediate ancestor wllf reap.- The
anrft! T ti f .rianrl in mtt rnimffrv if iu-il
r- k'-i .
ancetor our happy form of government, mutt '
know that free institution are bated upon pub'
lie virtue, and that virtu w where ao genendly
abound a among those bote mind hare been amend.meiit of suitl ( onstitution.
enlightened, and whose heart have been chriJ Jte$olvrJ, That Thomas Ruffin, Willia t
tianized, by the mild influence of the gotpel. P- Manputn, James S. Smith and Mkhael
With these considerations perpetually in our Holt be recommetKied to the freemen f
mind, we cannot yew the formation of the i. county as proper penoni to repre- -etv
named at the head of thi. article' ! without nt them in the meeting to be held on
feelinir a ont.neo.. .vmpathy for the protpe.
ritv of an institution w'hicj, promises to many
benefit, to oor State. The fear, and sombre
, ... ,., ....
foreboding of those piou men in tint trction
' ... .
of North-I ornhna uho were most dr.irouaof
j founding the rm, c.ft-j. and most active in
1 uim "i" .
tion, lest the mind of the present generation '
.a 1. . t 1 t s 1
in me Mate .Jiouw occome loo flcepiy miDuea:
with the fashionable vices of the day, must mea
surably be diapelled on witneasing jto pleasing
an evidence of benevolent and virtuous feeling
in the students of our University, as the forma
tion of a Bible Society among' them" afford.
Wt ought aoonertobave noticed, that proro-
al have bee,n iued forpubbshingthe fugitive a vry respectable celebration of tbe anniver
Pocmt of Sellrck Otbeni. An opinion seem to w7 of tlie P"' at D;rth day of American Liberty,
be widely spread, that our country iaunirenerolis ''he inhabitant of Charlotte 1 are generally a '
to the muses, that the aviU of liberty, is uncmC
emaI. to4l grow th ot talent and
br, or however the prevaibflg tentiment of the
world may clash .with our repubfican ideaa, it is j
certainly too ungrateful to our native feeling aa
an American to admit the fact. Why ahould
Amefieawsbc indifferent about eticoujfagini;and
fostering genius and learning, when they serve
as a pedettal on which the beautiful fabric of
their free government rest? when they are
"the rock of their (political) salvation f" We
conceive that the reantfneas of American litera
ture is not the natural consequence of a paucity
of talent, nor of the want of proper patronage.
Our country ia Comparatively so new, and pre
sents jo many objects of profitable speculation
ture offer. Xonsequently, talents among us
wliich. in t their germ, would not suffer by a
comparison wit the first dawnings of intellect
of the greatest Hterary wortliies jf the old
world, have been frittered away on objects of
hicsifie speculation; and wasted in the groVelling
service of counting pence. '
'But the present age it unfolding a mdre pleas
ing prttpect to the kttrud of our aountry, In
t1er.ltxy, hrw.nrf, a- I tn fnf, Amtri-a
ritii'j' S r hrj nun (( to a"i( t the ntitc, nj
tU f.troinf, f i!t.r n and tf furtlja
Mr, O.lurn, ahmti we Inlendr J to uoilce id
(hit article, I a til knows a the author fcf a frtl
nuutbrr of oecttional tfTufcoii, which hae tp
pt tred in rKj ptptrl of the I'niied Stated
f.e aiitreq or e'ritetn years put, llirplceca
f cncraHy diiplay a Irtlliattt fancy, and a ffooj
dial of pottc Ulant, lie b a printer by pro-'
feitiot and education, and a worthy, pafriotla
citlten by prartiea. Ill poem are la be printed
in a at octavo volume, price one dollar, A
friend lM aeut us a wibacrption ptpcr, and wa
In He all thoaa who rt dupoaad t patronua .
auite talent, I call at 6of oflW and H Wpba
(We aoool clota thia article, widiwit direct J
IniT" iha aitaiiiion'of our tf aura to aa advar.
par, relative to the pullkaiion of the late Her,
Dr. Daight'i Mrmona. Aa a pure system of
tlieol.ir, it is tpckea of as btinf equal to any '
. Va wwuld alio mention, ia this place, that tha
iout to be acnl in unmcdjttdy.
Joseph W3n, Fq. it U said, his re'rned hi
sppointmcul at Holicitor of the hutU Judicial
UUtrict of ihit State. Mr. Vt Uon m a carxtU
I . . .1 m . - . .
-"e to repnteni uiecounivoi Mrckienbort; ia
the next Legislature! tlda,ve presume, a tla
inimcdiate causa of hit resignation a Solicitor,
although more remote viewiibay have had thVir
due inflMcnce in dvtcrmra.ig hint to lake thia
Step. Whether tr. Vv ilaon be elriicd lo the
Legitlature or not, ia matti-r, aa far -at we ca
learn, of minor irriportance with the peop
when compared aiili the rvgrct that it fck fof.
(the Ua of hi. enrrgrt.c and prai.aaiea alo.
. t . . i.. .
(tuenee in me uitenare or in. ouuet u suto
Advr-ate. In hit official capacity he bat ltng
beco the terror of evil doer.
rocc or the rzorLiL
ORAXGF. COUNTY. i
The cit sent of OraJigc,tubU bow the most
popi.luu county in the State, have lately ma-
nifitt.d a tpirit relative to tbe Convention que-
jr. Secretary i w hen the foUoaing rcsolutiooi
Rtitlvtd I bat the Lonstiiution Oht z
state or North Carolina ia defeaive tndn
oupht to be amended. " '
tacJ,-Thal the proceed tngt of the"
jasi winter ai naicin oc approves, oy ioi
Krtolvedt That we pledge, urse Ive
to ne our best endeavors to obtain an
,he ccond Monday in November netr
81 toUt council together rela-,
,ive "'j11 f Constitution. , ,
Jtaohcdy rhat the sheriff of this coun v
.... . , . j.
ty, and hit deputies, be requested toopea)
.. . , , , ' m-J-r-
J ,he (ltn Asser.bly for four dele-
kM ,0 i he meeting lobe- Held at KaieisO
in Kovember next ; and that the vote! of
B persons Qualified by the tomtltullOB
to vote for membera of tha licusa 1
Commons be Ltkcn. - -
FOURTH OF JCLT.
Our readers will have seen, by laat week'a-
paper, that the citizens of the neighbouring
town of Charlotte, liave made preparations for
wnntyxhmsthr merit' of being the first I
,n tne nd perhaps the first in the Union,
which made a determined resistance, in 177 J, to
the oppression and tyranny of the, British gpv-:
ent towards her American coloniea.
Preparations appear to be making ia almost
every city, town, and village in the United
States, to celebrate the approaching anniversary'
of the Declaration of Independence- What
are the xitizeni of Salisbury going to do on thia
eventful dajfj in the history of our Republic i
Surely, the public spirit, the liberality, and the
patriotism of the people of our town and its vi
cinity! will not suflerthera to palaver the birth..
feelintrs for that inestimable boon berrueathed
to ua by the; fathers of our revolution, a frea
government.'- ; .),..;V'v;-, -.
The honoary degree of Doctor of Divinity wsa
conferred onjhe Rev. John &. Ravensero"
Bishop elect of North-Carolina, during the lata
comroen,cemat af ow University at Chapd
Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.)
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