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Sept. 30, 1823, edition 1 /
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Vai;..n;N AMI srn. IK',
i .-! 1 1 li'jrr.
V.f iriiv.l tl Nn-Vok r 111!
timofe, the t u-x dftt.o ('orivi:uti.nttti
, Spin utm to u to bo liproMn.
1 he Mlowlnj; tstrstta tiitliid evtry
thing cf fiiommt teelvtt by lhrrt.
i Madrid, - July 21. Yesterday) (he
Church which lh duke of Anouleme it
lends daily to hear mast, wat found to
te on fire, and in 5 minute after th
duke had retired wet wholly envtloped in
f amei. The church wat n eld building
cf Immense tit, end occupied a whole
iquare, within. 200 picn of the palace
Inhabited bjr tbt duke. The tare brake
out at the time moment in every part of
tbt building, and tliere it no doubit it
' wa designedly set on fire. The regency
" Las ciused the irre st of ibeut SCfpersons
inspected of this crime.
..V- IdrW bt of iht 2U July, In,
. the Debate, give the history cf coofla
J;tiou ,in that capital, which it ascribed
o locenditriet who aimed at the UfeNcif
, " the Jake tVAngtulerne i
" The fire of the tOth continue atill.
It took place in the church De loe Cleri-
, Mi;orei ddXapiritu State, at the
conclusion of the ma at which the due
d'Angoulcme waa preaeot.
raai, ivtf JO. A telegraphic di
, patch it laid to have been received, in
' twuncin; that the duke of Angoulem !
7cnit from Madrid on the 21th tnti. for Se-
tllle,' where it it undented be wilt eiub
liih hit bead ousrtcr.
n, ivu 25. According to lettert
from Cayenne, the limpecenede had
made db into Valladolid, and releatcd
.'t '400 constitutionalists Imprisoned in that
city, which he added Ja bit corpa.
' Sortie of the Sfianlardt Jrom Cadiz,
'. The aortie of the Spaniard from Cadiz
on the 16th, the notice of which in the
French pa pert we gave our readeri yet
terday, ia proof of the ttringth end con-
fidence of the garrison. In making tuch
sortie it U of course necessary to leave
... behind a Urge force not only to perform
.,lhe ordinary dutiet of the garrison, but to
man the linei and to protect the retreat
' cf the tallying force in the event of itt
being compelled to retire. Yet accord
ing to the French account the aortic we
snide by 8 or 9000 men under the pro
tection of 60 piece of artillery. A few
;:,zr day igaTUe French ald there a no
artillery in Cadiz.
Prom the- London Gfrbe cf July 29.
The report of the withdrawing of the
French from Spin, have not been aup-,
ported by any thing in the shape or a fact,
nd the Courier, in reply to the inquiry of
. its ullvMfs, M it will yet be eeen what
affect the growing . difference between
'"Tl theregehcy "of "Madrid "and the duke
::jr:. '. d'Angoulcme will produce." ..-To be
. . : lure " it will he seen, but thedishoneatv
" it w iTiwwhce alroatferideferrained,
.... ,jntteri which are only in poseibility. - j
' -Ixntrt hive been received in the city '
from Cadiz, to the !0tb inst. bringing the
following intelligence i That the in
' habitants of Cadiz are in the highest spir-
its, and entertain confident he-pee of com-
- ptlling the Freach to raise the blockade
jfit provisions are in abundance, and
.three very. Targe American snips, laden
' , - . with flour, had entered the port in defi-
- ance of the French blockade. The mili
tary force is represented aa consisting of
15,000 regulars, besides a numerous bo
dy of militia and volunteers, amounting
It is aid that among the force which
' protect Barcelona, there is a battalion of
lidiff wearing a halbert and a kind of
cloak 4 hat they take care of the sick and
rounded, andjranspert them on their own
' ahouldera to the hospital, and that these
" heroines perform roost heroic and impor
ttnt service. .
. LATE TROM BUROPE,
l . , . saw tors, ssrr. 13.
; . The pilot boat Trimmer, capt. Naghel,
which arrived here last evening, in 33
days from Gibraltar, has brought papers
from that puce to the 6th Aug. contain
ing Cadiz dates of the 34th, and Madrid
-tjfthrl tthrof low. . .,- .. .. '
r i miiiiiiiiiiipiiii in ii fca rnr "-r m-im r - t . ri'i j -
,fcwef wfw wwuif - m
-wmint ftito rnrd?F-tha-ia
wnich attlict all those ol unfortunate Spain,
in which clerical inffuence and foreign
yold fraVc introdueed tiiscord, and armed
the town against each other."
fhe 'following are extracts ef a letter
'',:. from Cadiz, written by a bpanisb. Genye
man fonnerly a. resident here, to a re-
nectahle commercial house in this city.
Jt contain not only the litest intelli-
rence from Cadiz, but the accounts which
- .- moxhUxaUogi. dflIylnrro5orates
; ftxtracis. jJf tken 3if:ihTOOsht by. the
Trimmer. .. . ; . ..
f 4: CAB1Z, A70. 1st, 1823.
. ' The situation ofihU-city is neither bet
ter nor worse than when I last wrote you.
The French have been 4 months in 4he
Country, and I conceive their cause daily
Josef gro-in, Tho charJacter cf the
Hf...i i rt hi' k t, It
'" ;!il 'itf: aifl tr.oivH l!if v Mve in
lie f.nt !ni tittle, it liiiUea mora
the c.'nt r.f the sfiliicive ait of tdtir
own conntryrr.ril tlin by the fifte of the
enemy's arms a if-ctinn' will ulilmstly
pioduce the efTcct of their toul dcttruc
, In'TatitonSa, liter It no end loathe
fighting te Spaniards always success
ful. In this province, CilUsteros 1 cow
gainieg ground, aod we look te active
measure seon. A islly that ws msdo
here from the tine, ihewed that our men
know how to figbf. Thy marched op
te the enemy parapet without firing a
shot till they reached them. All the
force employed en our side wai not more
than 2000 men. The French, however,
in their bulletin stated our lot to have
been from two to three thwmnd, limiting
their toce hundred. The latter part I
helleve.On jmr dewejia4 kiljed about
St'Atio pri toners.
Kxtract of a tetter from Gibraltar, Iq a
gentleman in Nw-York, dated August 9,
MDIIatteres, after retreitlng before
the French to Valencia, wa ohjlged to
leave that city, and trailed hit pursuer!
through Atlcant and Carthagene, which
place he garrisoned, all the way to Gra
nada and Jean i near the Ust place there
hat been a terrible battle, the particular
of which I regret I am unable to give vou,
i it is tneit interesting.' My letter from
Mahga ay, the fiicht took pUce, and
that it had been terrible, that both parties
kept their ground, and that the action
would be renewed under circumstances
highly unfavorable to the French.
M The defection ef Morillo rather aid
thin injuras the liberal Cause his sol
diers have deserted him, and he ia a lone
ly wanderer j proving that thu(h eome
leaders have failed, the hearts of the sol
diers are in the right place."
Lattit from England.
By the arrival this forneneon or the re
gular packet thip ll'ilhum Thomson, wi
have received our regular filet of tht
London Morning Chronicle and Courier
to the evening of the 30th July inclusive ;
alto the Liverpool Mercury of the 1st
FRANCE AND SPAIN.
The most imporurt article of intelli
gence brought by thit arrival it a confir
mation of the report conveyed through
the last l'arie papers, that fAe French had
withdrawn their army frvm before Corun
na, and retreated, although the direction
taken by General Uourck and his discom
fited troaps was not known at the time
The attack on that city was the result of
the treason of liorillo, who had persua
ded the French generals that a rapid and
bold attack-might put an end to the war
in Galica.. Events have shown how much
this enemy te his country was mistaken,
nd that, instead ef the province, which
he aimed at subjecting omjjnert,
being pUced in that degraded tUte, hit
plant had terminated in its being again
freed from the enemy.
A letter from Bayonne dated the 32nd
July contains a number ef details respect
ing the operations of the Constitutional
guerillas, from which it appears that they
were increasing in activity. Chlco,ene
of their intrepid leaden, bad actually sur
prised Aranjuez,on1y 25 miles from Ma
drid, and carried eft" the entire, garrison ;
and the Empecinado had entered Vittoria,
and Valladolid, and released a number of
patriots wherwtrelTnpt1BtSe3anhese pla
The late fire at Madrid is said by the
royalists at Paris te have- been the result
of a plot of the Liberals to destroy the
Duke d'Angouleme, while the Liberal
accuse the Regency of hiving contrived
the scheme for the. purpose of laying vi
olent handt on all tuspected person.
A letter from Cadiz represents the
44 beloved Ferdinand to be most actively
engaged in embroidering a new petticoat
for the Virgin Miry.
MADRID, JCIY 24.
A letter from Seville announce that
every thing would be ready for the bom
bardment of Cadiz on the 28th, 29th and
3Qth of this. ... month. f The Hospital in
wliich the King was lodged is said te be
.t-tr ftu m 'iV-of f t
arrived here on Thursday night from La
Gtiay rif hat ' politely furnished ut with
LfilcA altha Camca4ri-to the"33VW
of the Colombians to the 2mh of August
inclusive. . .
When captain Boddily sailed from La"
Guayra (Aug. 27) it was reported there
that the Spanish forces in Porto CaveUo
were engaged in dismounting the cannon,
Jcc. preparatory to an evacuation ef that
post, which was the only one in Venezue
la remaining in "poss
jj-j-jujj iVe, the "lnisyngstroke to
the annihilation of the power-- of Old
Srwin in the Republic of Colombia, and
icci -me wise . anc -uoerai insuiutiuns
which she has so happily begun.
; x " Baltimore JmerUan.
Thimhion'a Itland. .We have disas-
terous accounts from Thompson's Island.
Tie yellow fever his .appeared in that
f e;;r tuvy tt", rr
Ii.il t il,l tli JtU of future
if r la teen very Ul, but wit h a atato cf
.UritUrtf Vat The last Baton
Rouge piper announce! the departure of
the Itt lUgiment U. S, Infantry, uner
Col. Chamber!, from that blace), destined
eaintt the Aurickiree, Indian. The
l'l:tiburg Mercury contslns the foliating
letter te a icnllcmin in thai tlly, dated
Fort J3razeau, or Look Out, 23d July;
1913, (400 league! upon the Mitwruri-l
44 1 did not write you from the Bluffs il 1
Ju l intended od ray arrival. , I left it Im-
meouteiy liter, te join in czpcauion go
ing against the, Aurickiree Indian, j
retched thit yesterday morning afier ten
day I travel Xrora the EJuffij of ef one en
tire prairie. The troop ire 10 mile
belewf and fill. leave tb elf encampment
thit morning at revllle. , Ihetr win M
here in the course ef the dit. We shall
go against the enemy with, say 200 regu
lar, 400 Sleax, 60 of Ashley and Henry'
hunter, and 50 men of the fur compa
nies. The blow will prolibly be trock
h ten day Oa my return at the Bluff
I will wnte yoo particular.
Wt have been politely furnished with
the following extract! of a letter from a
respectable mercantile house of New-
York, dated the 27tb ult. to a merchant of
thit place, which we publish for the in
formation ef rur mercantile friends thro
the state Yare A Star,
44 As msny dealers, from variou part
of North-Carolina, went to Fayetteville
last spring to buy their goods, and shew
ed a disposition to ge regularly, I have
ordered a larger assortment for the next
fall than I would otherwise have done.. A
considerable part of my English goods
has already arrived from Liverpool, and
they will be in Fayetteville early in Oc
tober. 14 1 now write to you, and, through yoo,
to the whole trade of Raleigh, to assure
you that our fall assortment will be more
variwt and thrafirr than in any former
season. I am much pleased to find that
you, in common with a large and respec
table body ef your fellow-citizens, have,
at last, revived to encourage a market
within your own state. And new, thst I
expecta large trade next Tall, shall have
a corresponding quantity of goods t snd I
. shall confidently appeal to yeur own per
sonal inspection, whether you ever saw
eheaier, or better goods, or goods at -
adapted to your peculiar demand I After
five years' experience of the peculiar taste
in goods, of your state, I feet myself per
fectly qualified to order precisely what is
most -needed. ."
)4 Will you, therefore, give publicity to
these circumstances in your city and
countyj that Fayetteville may exhibit next
winter, the new and gratifying ipcctade
of ahusy wholesale market 1"
Firet. On the 3d of Sept. I violent
storm of wind, rain, cc commenced in
aod near Wiscasset, State of. Maine ; at
that time, numerous fires had been kin
dled in the surrounding country, to burn
brush" from-land that had reeenUy been
cleared ; the wind spread those fires se
extensively, that, within the circle of four
or fir miles, in about five or six hours,
70 or 80 buildings, of all description
. : .
ed. The smoke was so dense, that the
people of the surrounding villages and
settlements, were almost suffocated by it.
PARIS NEWSPAPERS. :
The following it given as a list of the
French paper published in Paris, with
the amount of the number of copiea print
ed: Censtituionel, 17,000 to 18,000;
Journal de Debati, 11,000 Journal de
Pari 8000 1 Courier Frmciis, 5000 ; the
Monkeur, 4000 ; Journal du Commerce,
4000 ; Quotidicnne, 3800 Dnpeau Blanc,
3500 ; Gizetta de France, 2200; Pilote
and Etoile, together, about 4000 ; Ori
flamme, 500. these are all daily papers ;
no weekly newspaper or three-day news
paptrlrpauIIiiei'tRParK." - ' " f SavarmaA Georgian.
Xmt river lioe, on-her-wy clown ;to
Norfolk on' Sunday from Richmond and
City -Feint, nd one of her boilers burst
tmmdtr.iiiiThe iteim boar PowbaTSnT
belonging to Mr.. Lewis Ludlam, an en
terprising merchant- of Ttichmond, took
fi re on .Jijiujrday ;night; while lying, along
side of his warfV.ahd ournt to the water's
-J.l ."' , ... J
A friend of the editor of the Baltimore
(Uironicle .wohat jujtjrjUttned.-fcQm,.
London, states, that a few day belor he
left, he had an interview with the Amer
ican Minister, who gave it a hit decided
o.t some oj iuo uonsuiutioreu. general
the eauie of liberty and the right of man
kind would eventually iriumjih in SfiUin.
Long Prayert.--k Madrid article an
nounce, that prayers of forty hours, art
continued in all the churches for the de
liverance of tht King and Royal Family
SAltSIUaTi ROWAtt COC'KTV, w.f.
Kcptcmbcr HO, tB2.1.
mi ii" i.i a i mmmm
We think i. M. It," in endeavoring to "out
t it the paUtictl hone Jxkry,w hat outwitted
liiuKll, However, he tluB be piioted nest
Wtk,if we carder) phtr hint. , . .
ExtratU from the IrH report of tlx lmlefl
Dibit iwUiy," am bnsWidally dtftmd till
our ntt. . . - .
C'i. The Cheraw Intelligencer ttatrt,
thet Wt ef prime fcewtotMn wai VrwlgTil io j
tliat town oa tlx 4th inat. toll fbr 13 cis.
Thit muet have been the firit sal of tlx new
crop made ia the darulint Ihi
Nurtharorina hank notrt were 'pintrd ai C
per cent, diacmnt, in Bali. more, on tlx 13th iiut.
Ctrfei-The import of cotton into th city of"
New. York during one week, ending 30ih Aug.
was 630 bales,frooi Norh Carolina 7)S, Vir.
ginis I'M, Ixiuisiatx HU, Alabama M, South.
Caraliix43 bales, During the vrek rndingthe
6th !nt there were Imported into Ilia same
place 108?b!ea(rom Nort!i-Carolin4 1, Sntith
Carolina 37, Virginia 76, Iuiaian 625 bale.
The pf ice of t'plamj cotton, in New -York,
was from 13 to 17 cents, oq the lltb int.
It is inconceivable how burr snd bw ws-ip.
lib the aupjiortex of Willim II. r rsf.rd are
becoming in tbii section, and e believe in til
parts of the State. They jynw ry at the lore
suggetlion ibat their patron U f4i Iminjr the
Confidence of the people. To tell the truth on
the subject of the presidency, in to touch a - mre
pot" on them, Kvidences sre daily brought to
view, which forebode to the unwelcome re
tultt i lut in order to hide their mortificiition,
and to keep up the drluiitn that M their man"
it yet en the 'vantage ground, their vocifera
tions ri in proportion as their candidate's pop.
clarity is inversely depressed. Hut it ia only ahow.
ing out human nature for them to become rather
eruvty at first view of the n rtsinty cf a failure
in"Tfie!FprfieCccalniTat7ons, their hopes and
"IVhrn areumfnt ffrv In ctneUmrv,
44 Then thalhvt mi, btctnt abunit."
MRMnr.RS TO CONGRESS.
It is beyond diipute, that a majority of tlx
Representatives to Congress fawn this State, are
perttnallif friendly to Mr. Crawford. Th fact
has been" as a drop of honey in the mouths of
his partisans ; they have roHcd it, as a tweet mor-
sehuodcr theit tongue L.thfJhaTercaJoned
from hence, that a majority of the people must
be for Mr.C. too. But tbev are grossly defcei.
Ing tbemselvca," by resting their hopes on pre.
misrs so fallacious ; and they are deceiving crth.
er honest people, who are disposed to lend a
creJulous ear to their flattering talee. Had the
private views of the candidates, relative to the
presidency, been made a test of their popular-
ity st the late election, then mieht we, with rea.
son, hsve judged of the sentiments of the peo
ple from those of their representatives. But
tuch wss not the fact i for in three adjoining con
gressional district where, mcmluM fiiendtrra
have been elected, a large major.
I .... . j. 4 , .. .
ity of the peeple are known to be hostile to his
pretenslors. The candidates were well aware
of this before the election i nd, accordingly, in
their harangues to the. people, tber made post-
tire declarations, that, should the election of
President devolve on Congress, they would vote
for that man whom a majority of their constitu
ents might designate. And in another district,
hard by us, we are well assured, from varioua
totircea, that the people' tentimentt ere in oppo.
tiUon to those of their representative, w ho is a
Craw ford man. To strengthen the assurance in
thit latter ease, we refer the reader to an ex
tract of a letter from the Kalcigh Star, in our
Not more than one tliinl nf V vai.m Cn
"EleetAri of President and Tice President; have
7t heard and thought eaoMghti-thcibjecl
, vi me presidency, to tictemune their choice
rte'piteiptei; theentiT iffie smfcet and cha
racter of the several personages who are prom'
went candidates, are brought fairly tn pnhl.
view, we do confidently assert that the voice of
the State is fast tettling down in favor of thai
distinguished statesman tnd firm republican Jobs
C. Calbocx. The better he it known, the bet
ter the people like him, . Hit enemies acknowl
edge him to be a man of superior talents and
during his whole political career, hit course hut
been as true to the principles of liberty and the
day to the settled principles of niture.
All .calculations tliat have hitherto been made
On .lVtnwi1 ntA rt Hrr4CwtTm:.
beea entirely bypwthctkaf and of course,
have a strong tendency to deceive the unreflec
ting. But at thU time, vye feel perfectly safe in
yn,, that a majority of voters in the 1st, 4th,
rth, 9th, 10th, Jlth, 12th, aud 13th Congressional
districtt, are decidedly opposed to the pretend
tiont of William H. Crawford i and against the
ejection, we may eajculate en two or three oth-
er i..'r. . i i.i.i a ir.v..;tri.e b.j...i k
vots m tlx ', ill U 'tin Ut cj jH,.,,'.;,,!,
the nn ltom a t'ingry foniWifutioa if tl;
Unta art tmlratof'.f jr ta J-rt Witt U-a trt
fr in Ui g ft tf tlx ffena vt this grrtt t-1
Itr.TIIIX DAPfllT ASl(jCiT10N'.
A ferrtpodrit liifurot us that thrr t
now tiilii tlx tMJii!i of tlx Dcthcl fct.; ;,
37 Chuithr s,
23 MinWurs, and,
. . Member.
It also sutrt, tliat tlirr baa bta a gmt
revWaJ of Rrfiglon, (vhkh la Hill progressing,)
wUhln tb bound of tlx eMOgrrrsUot) of ft
ttitl church, Xotl Dittrkt, I. C, and tlx adjoia
big C'Mjntry in Mrcklcnbarg ttny, N. CaroTj.
ml Within the Utt nine ontht, there have
been brfnty-tJut iriemtx.i added to that Chqtxk
iwlHtirf vwnyeWrerwof ttse Wgrii t-y
atvd retjKclalility in Vork ami Hccklcnburj.
The Bethel Aiwociation wiO convene at th
Krom Itoade, fir milri tut of Chritrr, oa the
Old Natbnrosd, tlx 3th of October, 1823.
Frutt Tlx NcW'York CommcrdaJ Adver.
liter U Ux I llh mC mention that t-Mr. Drul.
win, vi Albany, in that Bute, a wealdiy agrkid.
tunlitt, lis probably the large and finest frutt
jar,lrn in the United fculft. f It has a variety
ijf upward of rWii difTcrent klndl qf
pltimat ami haitbem in nir.h abundance; tliat
i ( sold in one aeaxm, bid hrotigbt him tit
himdrtd tlatlun f TYi i ftiftr cmh than (.
tbiriU of our furmert rrstie jeaily from the
I tote of their plantationi Mr. Deniion'a gut
drn muit hare yielded hiiil tit Of twn Imn.
dred biiihrli of plums j fiifso Urge i qnantiry
cmdd not lure told for morn than atoit one
dollar per btisliel. ,
va ti wjrrta eitoitn',
.V'. White : Some time aro voi inserted iat
the Western Carolinian, that the Episcopal Cow.
vention had met in Kftlialiury, and that some of
the Lutheran Cltrgv had alo been present.
Ibis paragraph wsn hrnileas. But we find,
ttiat in a Theological Repertory, printed hi
Wanhinglon, and which waa taken up bv the
Family iajtor, some pcron haI something uv
crtrd shout the said Fpiscopal Convention,
hirh, if net rectified, w ill cause, and has in oOw
er Ktaes already rauved, disagreeable sensa
tion, and erroneous impressions among the La
It eonvrys the idea that the FpiscopaJ Churc! i.
in Kort h -Carolina hal efTected with the I-utlieiv
sn Church an honorable and chrUtian union, eo
f i"e th Lulhr, an i hiirth in tlx Kfiictpatian f
for the article Katet that 41 ihia union places the
Lutheran Church under the care and euperin.
tendence of the Episcopal Authorithy of that
State." ThistheLuth ersn Church denies, aa it
existed under the reign of Henry the 8th (La
t tier's Enemy) and the protcstaot MUgUm huV
received legal establishment during the reign vt
Edwwrd and Ebxabeth, Henry's heir. Andthat
Church in America always wss, and now ia, un
der tlx care and superintendence of their owe
Synods, and submits to no superintendence,
care or control fronv Bishnpt ct convention of
I any other Church i and will continue indepew
ocm uii wH M1 vv ) can, uoucc un pec4a--favor
of the head of his Church. But it is al f
w ays glad and w illing to walk side and tide with
every lover and adorer of the divine Saviour,
without arrogating to itself any superintendence
over other denominations.
c. snonEn, Pre, a. t.
J. SHERER, Semtnir.
" Smith ThompionVEsqrthe late Secre
tary of the Navy, havirjg been appointed
a judge of the Supreme Court of the IT.
iSuUtrGom. Jutin Ittfgert, hat been ap
pointed Secretary of the Navy pro tern,
until the new Secretary, Judge Southard,
shall enter on the duties of that office.
-vJl the Superiof Court bTTy rreTuliiP
ty, N. C. came on the trial of negroee
Charles, Jack, Lavina and Celia, charged
with the murder of Miss Mary Wynne,,,
on . the 36lh of -December last. jTher-
three first were found guilty, and senten
ced to be executed on Friday the 26th
inst. the latter wis acquitted.
We learn from the Lancaster paper
that great distress at present exists among
the poor classes ef the community in and ;
about that city, in consequence of sick
ness. , A meeting of the citizens of that
place, has been calleNo devise rncaurt
for tlerrrehf.27Wmor7,arrior. . .
UMrieMonafiartemml am eemlf ma
family and servants, arrived here on rues-,
day evening, in the ship Falcon, ind took
lodginge-etHhity-Hotel jV;- Y. i'osri--Yelloto
VverThe Mississippi Repub
lican state, that the citizen of Natchei ,
re afflicted again with the yellow fever.
Several of the cs'ses were said to be very.
malienant. " the fever hmnine it course '
in two or three day. The bosrd of
health had recommended the citizen
remove from the citrr
Mr. baniel Douglai, on ipent for the
that .institution. The Society wi insti
tuted in 1805 and incorporated in 180S.
In 1822 a niece of trround was procured
at Chiswick, 5 mile from Hyde Park
corner. I.ondn. W th Mirnose of fornfi
ing a garden on an extensive scile ft w' ,
cilitite the object of the instftutiMi ' r, .
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Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.)
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