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f. i .r ( . ' 'i 1 t f r r I. . r ,.
un. rl 'P f f ''' t i" ' . of njni g Mr.
! i.. l!, f . 1,,I ii
,;..! ett fir. ii i-i inr i i.r rii 11 ne, t imjf
Iiici piie, da'.nl ofThiint J liuruj'i. 3lt
It., l.J. IhJt which wt pudithrd
ye a'crdar CH'Uin every thing of conv
enience, cf J t H e fiJ!uwt.i; i i,'fa,
whit. It wat overlooked.
"IS H. rin r.Titriiir, 5
fJAl. 7Js JA-i 31, nu. 5
mrtrfemrrf ef F If.illle VilZ ha4
hit nutrbtr cfijflctri and mm, time her
tlfftrlurt frm tht (qI t .ifia. I)'t.
Vll94PU" I'wttr AfWOrjo, SfiJtKfi.
man, Km It etterwarj tffittrt, f aiml
JoiTf mtn, havt fallen ittlmt ,
Thl death of Lieutenant Allen, ty Iht
lllWftf.?f. MJrilOTi"3rdririTt .iicCu dred. - Ii ihtt b Ow d'Abt'tW,
ccep I of 10 vi regrei. tvt n'll l,omMcofm;Hfdlhdrftncef lUJrv
1 rt etcry t r m..rr ta n.j, Uu .i t
1 1 L'ii rn lit -
TIT.MiAY tOHlc., jt i.t ?i, m.
C""il JtiwtV U feteired, and li unavoid
ably eielu h-d until nrtt paper.
jJrfo beer rtc lrJ,kiv) thai) hv
place In I lie nest psprr.
We hive on band severs) communications.
tilth shall ti atte mld to la due tcuoa.
NEWS most tPAt.
Hit news from ttptin by tht Ut trri!s trt
! l iff ft...) !l f
ruiiiiitrtij ittt ( liifrl inl'trinill III In rrj Mo
tion, of vim h h M rnlifrljf kiuimrnt.
i fp y luif Lrm M- in rn, Mr
Crf'ifi ) rii..rl,c ly tut r j pi,rct
in ')iUiii it. l,iinrriir b iKtii.ttoi'
of tir. ( Uf IM h i lilrtHlt, M IHil in pt.,
tie f -f tticw 14 ilirrri l!t piron td Iht pro
t.!r to t).l iftirli nikit to r i!ii"uU'i , uIhmk
4 Hihmhi. A (Mi WWf til W. l.Uv
IriMj prsriislni; fii'il M Ihit lindupun IM
rIMfiunil) , MiM nlifl)r 4rirjr bltir b ir-
pr, inj (In Mr, ( ifrl im fxL tUl
tm hi.ik!. .J firttilw-r vr ty4
k'm ttpallf vf m fMluti tn act."
jf ,ii hl,e m!,ii: , i i imt llnr i tit f ;
...i- 'i (
P'im. ircr srti iv int lu'in.icfj'i kj
2t'r J in
. 1 1 a . h I . ii : i . . . i. . .
- ed for tbe ontimcl, cf tho. tfUM , tPtKhfPW .
"""" " - - ...
their rentroU knilctr to Mve tht plop
rtf tl their cduntry mtfi ruth to ctetth
bj ihe dieie Incident to tht porltcfCu
ttfthtt fTi of Amerlcinif It wimi
lmot tbt reii!cnct of deith, tnd t
hop ihit tht Secreurr of the Nr will,
. if ht contlouc4ouf tqurtSroa in ihoM ,
give potitUt and perimpior? intiruclUHit
fo guard talntt mlkfortune to deep
nd to ifuicunjr,. Mrn, Lhrtn. .
ROBBERT Or 11IE MAIL'
Jlulfimurt Poit Offlcr, )
9 t'M A M. I'A Ju y 1833 J
Urn. Jtat M'Lcak, Putmter GcncrJ. '
Dm Sir i I regret to hive n to
nnoutire the robbe rjr, by force of arrnt,
of the FterD Mil. coming to thu cur
front rhiUde!phi. Ii happened between
ont nd two o'clofk this moriiinif, about
fo niiletbeiond me (iuipottder Fulla,
nd tm perpetrated by : leait four arm
d lufTi-m. 1 he (iiurdof the Mil, who
at well armed, appear to ha e defended
It brave lv, and, arcordinjr to hit, the only
account I have yet reccivcd.it wn not tur
rendeted until he had discharged hit blurt
derbuii and pittolt, and w overcome
fry aupeiior numbt-rs. and great violence
to Mi person. The Duvcr, in the confu
aion, escaped unhurt ; and the m-il for this
city and for distribution here, aa not
The bijr containing the mail for Wash
ington, and all houih ol this, was cut open ;
but I do not deU it to ascertain the Cl
ient of depredations upon it, at the stage
is read? to take- i on. I he neighboring ;
country is alarmed, and scouring the vi
cinity m pursuit- of the robbers. Mr
ticket left here aj toon at there was rea-
on to apprehend that the mail had been at
larked t nd, from him we shall soon hear
further particulars, (n the mean time
you mi feet assured, that every thing
that can, l!l be dwt, to arret these dea
per ate villmnt. Traces of much blood on
Iht rround, indicate that tome of the twf
y were-deeplyj If not ntortaily wotHided.
Jieipecliully, your obedient servant,
Jv S. SKINNER.
From the contents of this letter there
is every reason to believe that the certain
ty of detection which has hitherto atttnd
ed the attempt to rob the mail, will attend
this last most'despente attempt. J he
driver who eicaped,"came on here iih
the Express . and the riOcd bt,aiii from
one end to the other, has al&o arrived,
"with its contents. From the examirwiion
of the mails, there is ground to hope, that
the alarrh 'o thr rnhSyrw in'ntr
myl1iere are mapiciotis artt, that soma U
the other coftstituliuflsl generals, art Itkeaiat
eonncctrd with AlU'ial if an, the cauaa of lib.
e rty la gone In fpain, and, Uia"ptna of Kaplrs
will be playrd ocr aftin in the I'rnirwula but, if
AbiW ! alone in his trraaun, thrn. iber art
auo luipca tut Ua riybi4Aa aauaa f Ut ot
' 0h I for a totr '9 'urse the slave,
U how trraaun, l,ke a deadly blirht,
Comrs o'rrihe councils of the brare,
Ami htas llirm In the hour of might !
Iliv fifi ' unlilrwri) rup f'r him,
tie dnigjr'd a iili treacheries to the brim.
With hopes that but allurt to fly,
With jora, that tanith while he ipa,
like dia-l art fmita, ijiat tempt tiie eye,
Dot turn to aOics on tht lips !
Ami, whr fnm rsrtli bis afiiht flirs,
Just prophet, hi the lUnm'J-one datll
Full in the sight of parviiar,
Bchuldina; hearcn, and feeling bell !w
th thewt that they had not time to uke
any thing of value fiom the Mail. he
driver says, from the qiunthy of blood
found in the spot where the guard fir ed
.at ih firu ivil4DUihrc W-wiwnm bf"'
"ileveliewss danireroudv wounded. The
RrnnirrtJ), intends tnoi inc to Ta-
leijti in Decemher neit On a late viait tolit
City hr preached irrersl times in the Presby
terian Church, ami jfare gf nrril Satiifadion tn
all aim hear l liim " Un rylr, (uvs (he He
fitter) is plain, prranicuwia, and imp-ralve,
lia voi e clear, and diaiinct, Ids action natural,
and becoming." The Hrgia'er contains ihe
Biahop't patio al letter to the church in the Di.
oeesa of North f;arolina, we will take an early
occasion of pullidiing it In the Carolinian.
A srrltefln'the f"!orence(AWama) Gaarrte,
-1 1 H were icn to uic Alabama ljripris
la'ure to elect a President, William H. Craa ford
would not receiee 23 votes," althoci(rh "it has
been conj.-ctnred that the state of Alabama, the
ofTspriiig if Georgia, and so bountifully aup.
plied with publit I'Slcers, created by treasury
influence, would be alrong io support of th
ed it Ai r linns before ht CuiU tii4kf limrtrll
IWrtatUiiLle, iht trmr otttir rmtary was nrtt
acttcltdby Mr. f!i.un. HimMf f ra (..r,l
own raleula'iona, that he otcttrd 1 1 pity of
even his oa n fnends 'r. ( alsniq f.(n.rld him
wish Ihe c'ue by which lie rf nra'- d hiu w lfi
arvl ir it i Intemted nnl indlv lo Mr. I a 'noun,
is douhlv unkind to Mr. t raiford, tu itwluce
reviviil pf Circiui s'anu.s so iacredilable to tht
latr, ai d which rt dmiMlt, lie ever) other t
lack upon him, o ihe honmnf the ("irmer. If
Mr.- P.ltirirr jirgn;rTit were- l-nrf equat to ti
inc I nation, ae thmk he waild eiihtr a led
more jutlicuxia aal cf li feMlmir ln patron, it
still more tflcctuaJh aim him bv rtn.aininsr
t. - ' - w
W't are authnmtd lo mnounce Mn CU-
ment; e, at a candidaia Irrepreaenl Ihe coun
ty of Ron an, in iha I louse it Cummona.
.nee.moroi.M.Oc does not stv h M w m w tM -t.le-M. W in
j-rr- ,w t-t- nuMcu jinn me. hub, uiai norm- . , , , j j . a ' T j
Carolina aim, hi br.ak her le.din?airin. .nd awfotd Mid fvave efleeted.
hereafter think and iu.li.-e for herwif i but how It was derived from at artful manage
ever it may s'r.le him, it wilTbe' approved by i ment of the peclitur cir'umsUnces of hia
every one who p wwu latidahh- state prule, 'friend and colle-i'iif i thia affair,
A friend lo his Country comVlcd from mir Ust,
i mat not he amivttothow Mr. Craw
fnrd cross steps tin his mrch of self ag
ktr.rnliiement. I cad the a em ion of ev
a . . am
cry nusen ot tne United Btatrs. Who
floes nol wlh to see our hLhevt ofTki
fillidhr that manowim has violated the
as nl find. tid hit coopiry in taking
away Ihe Inc ol a lellow Oeiig, wlthom
any iiui Cfi've, (r itovoctin, wno nas
deprived our otuttrw ol a teful and an
honorable riiiten. I he mn who for hit
own emolument, would encrcjie influence
gained oer a wrak judge, tc surh a clis
ex eat and imhalloaed degree, as to tie
utive his lellow citizens of ike power of
obtaining justice t the handsel the court.
which utihaliowed pervcrsios of jumne
waa notesenited over t(ihgert but
t t . a
over Ms lmniclaie nelghtnri and ac-
naiotances, to the following article,
torn the same.
" It hat' generally been almntrd that
mong Mr. raw fold's fitt Ulvancet to
wards profrrstionl rt'uiinciiui, and popu
lar favour, was his famous ilurl with Van
Allen. Yet the advantage, though all
important, which t'ra ford tr.Jnrd from
thts renrmintrt, was not soinmeiii .te or
direct as many bave iniagisrcL Su h asi
it was, it resulted
(hat t'rawfifd uiiiicccwaiiiy rn
ins ii i rnierpne vi ne nut Oil
Irrms cf uiviul Icii'', a man by wham ha
had never been inlnrfd .towards whom
he could enlrrialn no hot'Mry or rrtent
mrnion whom he had no wrotigs to re
vengefmm whom 1 had no gilevancti
for redrcsvoitr and alove tlice conti
clrrali tnuil is knoanih.t Van Mien wis
hv(j kii4 aMn having lost one eye,
nd there lora fought under great ditad
tantage wild we apona that required Iht
most clear and perfect eve slclit. Craw.
frd'i fi:rrTm"7 tberifftrrrthder tii2hf1r.
itjnrrt vlth t'lml io.n, diJ dot lntolve
any great pf rtotul danffi not divfjUt AXa
great degree of courage. The usual e
Uui. Mr. K raw ford's advantage, though re
ruote, Wat ne veith less suie.
I ail wat toon kfier rnadt judge, and
the belief spread through tht circuit, thai
he wat romptctcly under the rontroul
and influence of Crawford. It wat be
lieved thalall Ms jlecisiontjivrrf jnadg
more' with a view to favour the profess..
onal reputation and interests of hia fiicnd.
than topiomote the ends of justice. Such
wat Ihe be lift that Spread through Ihe
circuit and gained ground, until clients
became convinced that nothing was want
ing for the aucccss of any cause lu thai
court, but to employ Crawford as an At
torney. W hat grounds for thia belief
ittrd, we do not at this late period under
take to way ; his conduct wat alterwardt
the suhjtct of legialati-ic inquiry. But
( ia lord was at that time a member of
the bouse, and by a bold stroke of policy
waa appoinied one of the committee to
eianune the offuial conduct of hit friend
in relation to milters, Jn which be Mm
sell, was dec pi) concerned! Ilia heed-
ess io say that the committee exculpat
ed him. Hut it ia sufficient for our pur
poae lo show, ihal the belief wat general
nroughoui the cirruit, and that the pro.
rttioiial tiusincss ol Crawfotd increased
anisfiivlv under such an linprestioii.
1 1 at clients flocked lo a counsellor who,
it wa .uppo.ed, had it alwava in his pow
er io promise success, let tr-cir cause be
ust or unjust. 1 hat such was' the. f-ct,
e thins, inav be established fro n the fol-
lowing letters Irorn gentlemen whose e
racity. will not, we presume, be question
d. I hey are republished from the Mo
nitor, a newtpaptr at that time printed
at ahinttiiii, Wilkes County, of De
ember 1804, and may also be found in
(jov. Clark a pamphlet.
M Louiavdle. Uih Nov. 1804.
Uiir fia In answer to the uueation
asked n, by yourself last evening, 1 have
evuridjr c.ii.i,,fv in ih
t it i!
'i I hit-
. i.k' ir.
i f V.'i i. if.
Such Claims of the Uu
was ine live inj fr''tcr ttw
Crswfjrd a rcpulati iri in his o a n 5iate. It,
wai based on lh fruits (whi h i e n.r.rv
ly reaped) of mothers I.UurMalitel
with the Uood af a 'tnaiv ho hd neve f
ioned Klin-nd tnioWifhcbi suioonrd
kt artifice, innlmie an i 'ecrpiin. Ji
this the man who it infill iha e it vt
Washington, ani those sirtur.us s-fles
whotucreedfd him, add wl,oe n.emotict
wiH-1-Trr slan(fW,tmrf ujlUf -ri4
baUliiilai.i ar lm eMirs o M hle i',tt dl
Ijj.liturx.xer.eiiloo t l (iod lorl ld I
at a a . a '
rtsioog iciiow cinrrni, at we rtiakeeiif
cholre of inert who ire ruiisLiLuoJia lut.
iiitegr.ii, virtue, and pairlo'itm. to 6U ouf
Digncti oinces, we may expert to t-e- out
country, blest .with all the sweets ol do
mestic felicity. , , " , " ,
aheriiT ofJVilket fWnly, ,
TI I T. und. rain nd Comn.iulom rt fur the buil
ding a Court flow In Aliillr, UunrumLe
County i do hereby girt poMie notice, thai on
tbt fjr dav of fteplrmbrr out, at AUiville,.
contract Will b entered into by said ( on.niia
ioners, with an pfrtni who may become the
lowest bidder, (who will give with bond sndse.
eurity as may be reuuirrd, for building saij
Court Mouse, apian a hem together with thaj
apee.flraiiona ami terms of conr-ct may b aec)
at any uma ay apphmg to aail romnuaaionen.
. JdllV Mer-LHOV,
JtMf.H M. AMITH,
"tHt ri. CHtN.V.
Ptihtmb, Juf MM, 1823.
Wit. Tlos. I. JoYmscm.
HA VLNC located tiimself in Chsrlotte, (Mxk
lenbure counted rrartertfulle tendra kU
services in iha eeteral departments of his pro
feation to the oiiiacnsof th ViiUre and itaeow
tiguous country. All calls will meet with prompt
ami assiduous attention. Ilia resaltnre ia at lr.
k. Henderson's Hotel, where he can be found,
unlraa professionally rnrsrtd.
Ckurt,i,t, J!, If, 1 8:3. 4vrt7
no hesitation in Haling that sundry per
f,..ma mana: m,t. "" "e nau. conversation wun me on
.... TI1L. IHIlI.kl kr .Mf.l..l.IJ. 11'.. 1 I . '
i Jim suujili lu ruipiujuiK 4t-4 a
lord. Laq. at Iheir attortity, and ttatecTat
a resson that thee supposed and believed
that Mr. Crawford had suth an influence
and who would ra.hrn,p himself to prorate ; rhjr,f, tk(.. after Wade
the interests and elc.ate the chatwcti-r of hit I ,
own state, titan bow to Ihe fancied siini-nori' v.
or innierious pride of amUheri - North-frarorina I
TI1F.RE will be told al the Court House ia.
"slisbnry on 1 Ijursdav of August Court the
balance of unsold personal property bdonfrine; -In
the Hon P. Locke, deceaard, vtj, Wargot,
Geers, fce, and a fe w other small articles, tight -months
credit will be given and boni and secu
rity rriiired. . . :
N. a All persona indebted to the estate, of
asMl dre'd. are earnestly requested to make pay
ment, ss loneer indulgvitce will not be given.
All those having cbuma may present Umsw, and
receive ptfU .ZTZZ.::.r ' r::
John scorii rrv.
Jufjzsi-isn. j ;tcf
LL Persona 'indebted to the estate of Daniel
Cress, dre'd. art repuctted tw call and aes I
tie their accounts, otherw ise they w ill find them -
own state, in.-, bow to the fancied ,pcr.oriiy, r( . . pe e L Vl In f.ct, tir, that opinion tremt to be to
t,.--- -M' i.- e -r. i . n. .- .1 . k. V. prcv
ua wiiiiiii uirw .1 puwt-niu moral ami pii)sical j .turn, ws, noui nor ucihii "s
with judge Tail, that they would always ln bmJ f offteere h h tuth day of Au.
. a avsiaw as nw at -- v n v it ta a aa awiaSiWat aMinut ait as. .
imi o him in n rinr lit in nih. S ...... ..... ..... ... ,
atloroeyr whilst Jude I ait, presided.
estate wil bring them forward and rtccivw
resiMircrs sli. hai the elciwjite ol a rn at state
and it is only requiaite to call tht m into
action, to make her one of the most power-
Ciil mn.X !t.R.t..ntul ni.M.k.M nflk. I'..'.,... 1'.
.Kit.! .... fl'M v ... .11 1 IIIUII. Ill . . - J
aim at rrnmnUluni- .n i.l.w rl an K. n,C.1 I Pl"tlllM 'f itwmrtirrvnTrnO r. an
tern Dittriri of this State,
I ait and Wm II. Crawford practising
attornir at the bar. In the course of a
July, 15th, 1823.
aayratil, in(rrt hnnnnliTcif 'pWiT feeling, I Allen, nude some observatioie which ex
a atinlv not unworthy of the mott distinguish. 'cited the anner and provoke J the host i
ed citiz. n, and it can meet with the sneers of j,y f)f J,, ,he lawver, it old teem
tn(lt.a tnlV tL-llfl r" ritlfntl mawra-lv in nmnw, i . . . r.
i VT 'ion-the other side. lie soon iiterent a
ii'"r ii. Minna iiui ur hi inn aiaii-, utll w IIOSC ... , , . f rI -- , "
svmpathica and affections are devoted to ano-j ljge tbXV!,?' d " f
nford'r Mr. Van Allen reused toac
A spirit of Inqurv is rapidly pervsdinr the i cent the challrnee he? had recjived Irom
41 h aftonfinnnf tho nannl.. fil.. ' T- . r. J '. n . L -
li , ., .. - inr , i all, nr me reasons rauicrM in ine
robbers, havini; cot possession of the mall, thinking na't. i awakened i and the remit ill'cn ..: .i.:.u r
L e i , i i i , . .. . UIIUIHK lioic, w uit. n a nii vi , in
poke of making their way fo tht bwt t to be, not only a change in our internal pohtv. i . ,, , . ,i.V
that th inten,trl K h. utir m vm,i but in our relative standing with our sinter! jua ui uc tiiaucji
I' airs, rvo one wno is si u ciinvcnant wjijx
the nperstioris of the nunisn mind, who is not
An hour after receiving the foregoing
swrlUgence, the following letter was re
ceiveri, which affordt the inform. nor
micipated above, that the robbert are
eetected and appiehended:
flatimorr. Julrj 8. 182331 o'clock,
To thePos-miiTiMi Curtate, Washington City,
Sra : VVe are happy to inform
you, that three of the 31. )l Kobbers have
rooof ry. I wo of. them are severely
.wmied ,-th- femrtrw f a-fdufih, ha
ot been heard, of. The Quard has de
fended the Maif .bravely. Very respect
STOCKTON & S rOKF.S,
Per L. W. Stocetot.
v e understand, from the last Kxpress,
cnat the robbers are supposed to have been
workmen employed at the Iron Wwks
in the vicinity of the place wWe'the rob
bery was attempted.
.We leatn from the- Caltv&n Pretr of
li8t ilt.inar if it qtrlVeJci.
f t arid in the "vicinit of St. Ktenhma
zetrs have all eaci fallen victims ; umontt
"hpm are Fhakcii GaAvs. ln. Mr.
yXwroD (brottier lo Wm. Craw
Jjt-itt'.:TwbfE and Mrt.
tiiEs, the wife of Major G. Seveil
ei-trt were dangerously ill on the 2 1st.
Sir: I recirved your rote yesterday,
prevalent in the Uestetn Circuit, so far
as hat come to my knowledge of the sen
timcntsof the people, that 1 did nol sup
pose it, would bejloHbledai-aiixlalkrtT
trraulfTiTIv ihe subicct of conversation, at
" I W t .S. a . a . .1 mm
least in the county io which I reside. I It . last wgiaiaturet ine toiinty
He reason, Sir, I have ao often heard .V.J4""4 L !?;
p'n-ii f ts ivut twastuiif iiiisriis( tirvu wii 1119
KO WAJ UQillTftUlTH M ENty
- - rtir rac.
such conversation is I presume, on ac
count of my havine yerif.ircquemlr rout
ed amongst company', at is to be expect
ed Irom the nature of the olhce 1 have
the honor to fill.
I am, air, your, &c.
- Gsa. Cuts.
"Louisville, Nov. 15th, 1804.
svt In antwer-ro ) 0TXT7rplTcaUoii oT
! proceeds thereof, to KlhtIUlV,avi
KTtirtf!trtimilfnffVmie "more central si. .
tuation. 1 tie county court accordingly, have .
appointed, a committee to ascera;n, w hat can
be obtained for swid lands and itr.provements, V ,
and lo make a report of the same. The prrffii.
St'Somaiits if 2U0 acre of land, the greater'
part of which ia wood laml, andclftht or nine
very good lor bouses i there i ftlw a snring of .: -
eicellent water near the hcusva
wholly ignorant of the imsiuible fore, -of pub- by iX,r rawford, I am sjrry to add that 'ploy Wm. H. C
ne uniinun ina irec tmiiiir,. cm iiinioi mis i . . . ...... . . . . ip . ... ..
and no one, in our opinionwho i. in tnith . ,lie investigation ol ."vir. T ooa s rase (.tin ne ia e againsi myse , in tv .Ikes
friend to Hies ate.or who is not blinded bvim-ime ot lit r r in umstanies) should have ( County, lor a mayhem alledged to have
proper attachments or selfish views, can wish it placed u below any gejitlcmao's notice, i been committed on capt. V. Allen, tinder
. 1 . l ' i. . e ... . I ? . s .... a ...
"1 "he subscriber will receivo proposals for tht
this datt I can only say, thai I did em I purchase cf said establishment from thistimt
rawford, Esq. in a case, iunw XDe w-.waaay.oi tne ensuing August
to be other iac.
Illiberal epithets may be, and have been, cast
.i i. c . .1 i . . . t
iicvn iiiuie w iki iiwcr mis sinni'i ouiennneiB ' j 1 t, u..
are not arimmeiita. and thev w ho use thr-m .! m ?"ur -"",B ,r" a ii-sihB wsu
virtually acknowltdire that. they can wield nolP'e'1 br ?m" "wn foa'unant atidclark
more nowerful weapons. A good Calise doica i heart : I tl ink it a clutv lowe to the com
and ihit the infamy in that occasion an impression that he had considerable'
should luve so completely attached itself, influence with Judge Tail; the iropretsi-
now tb a ct ci it irf' 1 1 1 sirfti "
. A rumour -is going abroad, but how estefisive-
Iv'il'htS'rilTnhitmt vmimnttwtliat Ur. C'.l.v.
.. .. .... -.' i . . . . r
on the eve of the e rction for President, will lermt answer, i unow ir value m rna-
munity and my' own IfHrtgs, to; te
foatinc : w it b gent lermt; But ' I ; ilUt
assure you whenever v on shall have wip.
ed I off L t bJL I b f rVi t TI w K If kIv e y ou ViuiC-
withdraw from the cooti'st and give his interest
and. inCut? nee to Mr. Crauiard.i AlilxHiiflf
do not at prvst-nt intern! to engage in the dis
cussion of the Presidential question, vet we corf-
sider it a duty which we owe to ourselves and
thepublic, to correct any errors or niisstate-
ments which shall be. put in circulation to the
injury of either of the csndidatel. We do not
heaitate to express' our decided belief that the
rumour ts without the hast foundation, - Mr. Clay
would hardlv he indudced to put himirlf in so
ridiculous an attitude. In a eater where friend
ship-and espeeted tpMl-iwst-be"ind'd-oii
prnal merit and tWfvsin some measure on
IocmI circutnstances, no man ol orainarv sense
would think of transft rrinE that. support to an.
were- pltgthert;ff'tren'W:rl.1ay and Air.
Crawford are verv diftcrent. men. They Nin.
rawforjvJdojibtedly:,may have many mutual friends j but
j at Ion the question of the Presidency,.; he friends i
of one are by no nieaiis the friends of the other.
As an attempt -thus to play upon the communf.
ty would Am&U.-
racier nd honor; but injhe mean time
TxhTnrtddeTm It at nicl-c i IniDii per. fn
addition to, the above reasons, to notice
you, because the persorrwlorn ycu have
to basely injured intends lo . chastise
you for your pci fitly towards lim, ol
which circumstance 1 tta sppiisrd and
perhaps attending to yourcall might de
prive him of that juttire wbiVh .be to
jtistlv r.iimt. I would further obfcerve,
i that ifhtjhwiW- ftOt"be a flaiwat-tw
swerr vou may make an ocertiott 10 do
"A bewspaper controversy, very abtuive
on all sides, wat ' continued for teveral
months, between Crawford, Van Allen,
and Tail. Crawford finally Wamo en-l
;ru as u ill, lumi biiu uic rr au 'lllto t
brains out which tcrmirlated the) affair.
1 .. CtaV CaaaKr-
on wat increased On account of teveral of
my friends havine advised me to employ
Mr. Crawford, and "gave it as a reason
mai ii was inyi
t kltrff facrrSirTtbij i opinion la at thia
Court. Persons wishing to purchase, will siato
in writing the price tbey are willing to rive. -
and the tcrma of payment.
THUS. L CUWA.N. ;
JVy IS. 1823. 4wt67 v
I Gave to David fi. Napier a note of hand for
forty dollan, oatbe lUtb or lltb of Uciobet-
lsstr"Art expect satdVipier wHf try to- trad"
peraooa iuai. iiav.iuiJy aausnoa H oen atMl
at amid note. There was An th not a Credit of
lime very prevalent in the . coyntr
J am, air, your nost obt.
iior. 22d. 1804.
Gem. C la at, Sir : In answer to your
note of this morning, I have po hesitation
in declaring that I have heard frequently
and believe it is the general opinion that
Mr. Crawford has an undue influence
with his honor Judge Tait, in courts ol
Yourjmqst jpjt. -..; ;..i
: .vw&Vl.JSi!J.: 5W0iVSi!'
"11kiaihT Ko. itlhi tnil
bcr, lfi21hicbaaid Napieraajshe lost or mis
laid. . I harejn my posicimon receipts to show
G, GAINES. I that I have paid Ihe w hile amount. q. - -
-ajapti IV tAiroty Jim.-
Dtmdin Ctmty; July 18, 1823.
H II 0
COURT of Pleas and Quarter Sessiona, Juno
Term, 1823. Constantine L. Banner.
Wobert L. WinstonOriginal atUchment le- .
vied On thirty-five acres of land. It appearing
to the satisfaction of tne Court, that the defeo : ; .
dant Robert L,rW uiaton, Is an in inhabitant of ;
pilUIIHUlfll UV UAUTI, f EllCIII yl viiuiwa
for six weeks, requiring the said Ruber I Win
e m , - . . - I roc sit weea rcuiunnir iiieaun nuutr in-
morning, I can instance a circumstance
which turned up. in my presence, in
Waikinsville, Clark county, to wit. as Mr.
tvm. H. Crawford, wat walkinc by a
number of gentlemen, it wai observed by
one of them (who knew Mr. Crawford,,
talMeTitLjf ece tAtVulft' if iht ffctttr
Pleat and Quarter Cessions, to he held for the '
county of Ptokes, at the court house in German
on, on the second-Monday in Heptemoer next,
hen and there to replevy, pltsad, or demur, 0-
herwisa judgment will be rendered against turn
recording to the plaintiff's demand, i .
. MAI I UCtV 1 HUUttX, S7. U.
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