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HAUHimilY, N.C. TUESDAY, OCTOI1KU 21, 1823.
TVS A -TTTK T. TV. V,V.V"AV- V
II) A r A U ii !v,i Mi
raima i rsiui nuitni,
B riliLO Mill If- .
fka terms of the Wutem Carolinian 1D
lemfter be M foBeWSJ
TVs lMUirt per annum, prall yearly U
Every PPr aent distance, will b discoe-
'Maura vtrrthe tiwir-rw rri fe-iwoa m
. lu been paid f lci the J k.
to b food i in th Utter ease, the tiaper HI tie
"sent until paid Kr and ordcre J to ba atojU
Advertisements will be inserted a? fifty ccnti
- per square tor the nrat iwaertioeirawd trny-tiri
went fur each subsequent one. A dvcrtisements
from a distance mutt be p aid f"f, or their pay
Bient aatumed by responsible person, before
they Can be piiblisltcd.
AO letters addressed to the Editor, must be
pnpaiJ, or they will not be ttctvUd to.
State of North-Carolina,
I II DELL COUITT.
(iOf,NT of Fruity, Spring Term, 1821
J William Sloan vt. Bantuel Canwn, David
Carson, Andrew Carvm, William Carson, El.
tier CaWon, Mary Carton, James Scott anf hit
Wife Martha, Jarob Wcathr'bv and his wif- Mar
rare! t Oririnal hill for the eonvevsnce of Jand.
It ipprarint; to the fcttixfaction of the coirt, that
the a!xe (J'fViwlania live brvorvl the liniili of
the Ktalr, it ii tlnrt-f'jre tnlrrnL, b the fmiri,
thu' pihl.ra'ion b nmif in Wriitm ( aro
liniaji, fir thrre month ui-rmuvcty, that ttnt-
the dtTrndaiita pfar at our licit cinirt. to be
Jirld for the cmir.iy of Imle'l, at tlir Co'irt
lluue in Mta'ri!le, on the fif h Mirl;iy aftrr
tfie fourtb MoihUv in Sep'rnibrr nnt, then and
there to plead an er or demur, other ic jud
0icnt will be taken pruroiiftawj, ai to thcpi aiul
Ibe caa heard ei parte.
JOHN N. IIAHT, CM. C. E.
BROKE looae from the aiibaeriber, on the 4'h
inal. on the main road from Hockford to
IlutitiviUr, Rurrr Ocxmtr, fix mile from Hock
(rd,a imall bay J forte, m it h mane roached, a itch
Ui, and one of hia hiud altoea off) he uaa taken
. ticli at tb$ place, from whence fie eacaped, and
Wr rolling on the (rrouud, the akin aa rubbed
off in a number of placta, more particularly on
tiia hip. A reasonable reward will be (riven to
ny peraon who will deliver him to M ilium Zic
lery, of Surry county, or Peter Clinfrman, of
tlunta ville, Puny county, or give iuforiuation ao
4)41 1 get bim again.
SaHttury, Sept. Ii, 182J. 71
aaia-i ' 1 1
Sigrt and House linting.
JAMES AMES baa the pleantre of informing
. the citizeni of Sidiabury, and the aurroumi
' laf'tountrr; that lift iui located Idmarlf in. the
MlUgenind that biWHi6r eiMltavora ihatt erer
) to accom mouat Umae a call upon bun.
He firat became acquainted with hia nrofeaaion
In the City of New.York j and the knowledge of
tut buatneaa which he received while there, con
nected with hia experience inUhia country, will
nable him to execute hia buaineaa in the moat
peat and fashionable at vie.
SaKibwrvtt 18, 1823. '67
rpilF. annual meeting of the Mecklenburg Ag
X riciiltural Soc etf will take )lace at the
Court-Ilouae in Charlotte, on the last Monday In
October, at eleven o'clock. Member of the
ociety, and other friendly to the cauae, are
earneatljr aolicited to attend. There ill be
everal premium awarded, and the President
ill cehver a diacourae on Agrtculture.
Ottobtr 11, 1823. 2t76
List of Letters
itmaininr in the Put Oflict at C one ra Jf. C.
oa. tt im.
A JOHN H. ALEXANDER, William Adkiaoa,
Tobias Area.' D Thomas Baaington, SoU
man Burnea, David Bradsbaw, Andrew Pain,
Charles Blackwelder, Joseph Bkker, William
Bell, Peter Boger. C Noah Conine, Andrew
. Conine, John Case, Able Conine, Peter Coble,
Robert Campbell, George Carle. 1) William
W.Duckworth,. E Faul Earnhart, Tbomaa Er.
win, F Abraham Fox, Catharine Furr, Jacob
Frteae. G Robert Glaa. II William Q. liar
ria, Kelly Hudson, Thompson Hunt, William HaN
.ji. Joseph, ncl, Mrt HuifUabelht Hunt,
Ceoife Houston,' Dcmpaey Iloneycut," Doct.
.ChaHes Harris. J John Johnson, John Jarret,
Curdy, William M'Clain, John Misenhimer, Jo
eph M'Clelland. Jaeob Macart. William M'Graw,
-Waiaret MMwhrnt.'Waleolm f Bwde-i-Jofrn M-
.V!'", . jf'tgh- MCatebf F.rexene -Morrison,
John Mitchell. N William NeWeL O Peter
Overcah. P George A. Phifer, John Plott, Ro
bert rerviana, Rev. Walters. Pharr. K Fran
cis Ross, David Reese, David Russel, Mosri lto.
gers, John Richer, Jane Rttncl, Jamea Rosa, Seth
Rogers, Jane Rois, Marcus Reese, John Ilogers,
Jolut Iteed. Sliartwell Spain, Efizabeth Ste;
phenson, John Strube, Alexander Scott, Martin
Strnigh, John 8ossaman, Dvld Moore, PhUip
Shive, W' Joha W. Weddington.' Joaiah P.
FXfcIE.bcriber iuvving wahfied asdmirH
X jjtrator to.the estate of Thoma Hinsha,
upoi.' sll those who are indebted to the es-tateof-ftti'd
Hiwmaw, toSnake payment 1 also
tiotiftes aH stich as have claims upon said f state,
to present Jen for payment, within the time
prescribed law, other wise they will be dc-bar-rtd
Valuable "Sale -of GOODS,
rrillR at'k of G00.U of the Ute firm of COS
X UVr.lt k Co- Will be OJ at Aoctow to
lb biHet bidder, (wi'hotit rtacrre) la the
1 own of Che raw, on tlie fiU day of Novemtf
eat, conaiatinr of aa thoke collection aa wai
ever eahibiud for aiUi in tJu itates among
" fl'ipetwe CMtbe aw4 Caajativiee m w
attinetla, Whit and lilua 1'Uiim,
lioatuo Mlu'rtlttg, aoj pwr hum U.
Iriali Linrna, liaxr,
-UIIl. m4 Cg. and KaerMMtera, -1'mbrellai,
Itlk. And eol'd Canton Crapet,
Silk and Cotton IMkfa. of every daKriptSon,
Camhrkka and ffanibrick Rubef)
Klrgint worked f'louttcra,
A Urge laaortment of Kibbona,
CoI'd and Nun'a Hiread and Cotton Italia,
Hfery of every ik-acription,
Ibreajl Lafra and Mging,
Tortoi.e I bell and Common Comb,
A Urga and elegant trtinent of
eon't!ng of every artu le in the Trade.
Sit) pir ljulira brut iiality l(jrico and Ha
lm Ji an llooti and Hiioca.
56 pr Nrgro Mux-a,
2vlo. C-mh-men' H'Mita,
French Itrar.ily, llllanl li'n,
Jamaica ttn, IH.h V I...'. 1 -,
Mj!-ira. Cnliuanar ac I ivn tMne
25 I'.ii1, ,'o.ii 1 r i'uti. h tt U liiier,
3 llii.lv ami .!5 H U. MimvJo Sugar,
2 ki pi avrtrl 'tr Cut Nail,
13 Kf-K' "! AttK-rican rov i -r,
8 do (Jjr i .In ( a h Kn'li I'.xiblc Battle,
ICIaXj lli nt iulit .sjnn';h (' gar,
4,IH)Q 1I0. do. Aiiu-rii ii'i lr.
3 Ton Swede and P'tglitb Iron,
A large aMrtni'ii' of
Together with ever) other article 11 aually found
in a oun'rv store.
T't'.HMH of Sale approved endorsed Notre,
pavable lrt P'bl9r n Tt ir '.'J pcrVcnt di-
count un tuc bill for Caxli.
SrM. 11, 1823. 6t78
1 : 1
THE subscriber having wry lately received
from his corr i;ondert in I'hiladrliihia the
latest fashion froni the ccl Lrated shop of Jlobi
if II tnebmxer, of that ci'y, i now readv to do
all kinds tf w ork belonging to the Tailoring hu.
sines. He pledires him If, that all those who
may fivor him with their custom, shall have thi ir
work une m the best tv le of the fuhiona of the
day, and on reasonable term. 1 metiers, and
others, who tult garments made on aiiort uolicet.
can be accoiniiKHbttd aitli a bole suit, on
nofice of two davs. Orders from a dislance
punctuaUy attemleii tor
7 TTTniJAS-TTCA?roy."TFrnit: inittWlitrn-ttb-AiKao-4Jiuie
fTtllE subscriber havinir eatablialied himself in
L the above line of business, in the town of
Itringion, Davidson county, respectfully tenders
his aert ires to the citizen of that place, and the
surrounding country. jc invites all who with
garment niaJe, to call on him, and give him a
(air trial. Ho intend to make arrangements for
procuring the latest, fashions t and will strive to
do his work in the most approved and durable
Orders for work, sent from a distance, will be
punctually executed. JACOB ItlDLlN.
Leu 1 11 f fit, JJuvnUon C.
JV. C. Sept. 9, 18i3.
List of Letters
Remaining in tU Pott OJtce at Vkarktte, X. C.
a the lit iLsii f October, 1323.
A PARIS ALEXANDER, Mr. Alexander,
William Alexander, Relecca Allien, Joel
B. Alexander, Ephrairo Alexander, Lawson If.
AlcxanrtiT, Wm. B. Alexander, Ezckiel Alexin.
der. I) Joseph L. Black, Matthew Bain 2,
Abner Brooks, Jam.cs R.i Black, John Bigham,
Robert Bamhill, Wm. Bigtiim, II mm or Cooks,
Ztkial W. Beaty. . C Alexander Crocket,
John Capps, Mrs, Jane Caldwell, Wm. T. Crow.
ell, athaniel Cunningham, Lleazer Cochran.
D Lewis Dinkins, Gen. E. Davidsjn, Robert
Davidson, Mrs. Martha Darnall, David Dougher
ty, Wm.. Douglass, Frederick Dinkins, Sugar
Dulin, James Dinkins 3, Richard Darne l. F
Herrrv Foster, John Friddle, Robert Fair, Tho-
ma Finney, Samuel Fair. G Josiah Grady,
John Silmore; Wnr. Glast." H-F.lam Hunter;
Jeremiah Ilinson, John Hunter, Zeckeriah Horn,
Alexander HongJim.fJ-.JJ.': irawit..mk
W m.. Jonei, Julius J oBcv- liobxrt Jamison,. Mrs-I
Rebecca Jones, John M. James, Thomas J. Je
rome. K Miss Mary A. Kirkpatrick, A. D.
te.2 JohlKcndri.cJ:, li)g)i Kirkatrick, Ro
bert Kirkpatrick. L llenjamiu Lindsay, Wm.
Lee," JiHitrLatta, lfcrrrr Lc1j. JfA textw
der M'Clarta, David Mohon, Benjamin Morrow,
Elizabeth Montgomery, Joseph M Hum 2,). U 9.
M'Rum, Jami M'Kau'en, John M'Cullah, Smith
Miller 2, Master' Charles Mason, Eli M'Call,Jas.
and Wm. Miller, Thomas M'Cipptn, John M'
Cord, Wm. M'Graw, John M'Leod. N Joseph
Nicholson, Jas. Newell, Wm. H. Neel. OEd
win J. Osborne. P Wm. Parks 2, Elizabeth
Price, Edmund Palmer, Elizabeth Polts, Iho
maiParkraiid JlotertCaMwellj-fioct,- Wm'.i;'
Potfcr Wfc ijfc Porter Waw Potts.. ,.C Wm.A
Query. R Joseph Reed, - Capt... Peter Rape,
Isaac Rosser. John Reed. Charles Richmond.
James ItoViiisunvm JifordSrohn Stew-
arV John- Sprmgs 2,' John' Sirrg, Gafncf ' Sanetefs
3. Thomas B. fcrt)ith. Wml Scott, Hurh Snell,
Jobn Smilh. A-litii At'Snrincs.' Alexander or
JasvScott, Andrew Spratt, Sandi Stephens, Tho
mas SpritV T Jas. G. Torrence 2, ADranam
Tavlor. V-David Vance. W-Godfrey Wil
liams, John Weaver. Thotnas 'Williamson, Wm.
W. Walker, Abner Wires, Robert Wilson, Joha
Williamson, John Wolf; MUs Jajie Wallace, 'John
Wallace, BcnumiD Weathers.
isoa tss aiuioa tuittts.
Hfpn tf tht fLLU Stitif tU
The mimUnof the Amllisry Dible
Society of the University convened
few days since. Tbt) falUwlnt wtl the
bii!rr la which their business st trsns-
IstrAChipter In ihw'Biblfrtwd hj
tha-lVeaWrnt r ihaociety.-
- Jj.-A-Praf b lie Tresuleutf tKe
Sd. Hit Ilrperti f the respective
4ih. An Adertti by th Rev. S. K.
Kollock. - "
5th- An Address hy Professor Olm
sted. 6th. Election tf OfTiceri for the emu
7th. A Prayer by Trofessor Olmsted.
1 he following olTiren were elected 1
Kobert 11.11, Prfidrnl , Kdward 1).
Sims and Klsm Alexander, Vice Prtti-
tlcntit Msthias C Manly, Cor. Src'y (
ItrhiiiGeld I.. Kidley, Ktt. Stt ry James
W. Urvan, Trnuurrri A Meore. Thomas
Bond, Samuel F. Snetd, K. Man, M.
I'ulk, H . Donncl, W. Andersen, A. J.
Or HnsieM.T. J. Puh. Z. Johnston, Jo!in
Davis, and William A. GrahJirti Muna
It Is Hue to Profrsseri Kollock and
Olmsted to remark, that their addresses
rrvt d to rekindle in the breasts of the
iiemters of the Society, a purer flame s)f
love ind teal, by tracing the progress of
civinr truth and its sanctifying effects en
il l brans of men
We are happy in again introducing this
Snicty 'o the werld; ai.d we are glad
tht we are able to record, for the encou
rugement of other Bible ba if tics, an ev
Idrht increase of zeU in the llible cause
.'immgtit voung men not professor of re
liu'ion. We hope that thi spiiit will ex
tend to every county in the State and
ilui -nunc who have patronized institu
tions of this kind will be " weary in well
(U-ii.r " HoMevrr well the citizens of
this State mar be supplied with Bibles,
lit us recollect that a rnajoiily of the
Klobe are silting in darkness, having no
(Gospel to tell them of the love of dy
ing Saviour and todiiertthem to the bliss
of an rternai xftrld. This Society is as
yel In Us Infancy It owes lis existence
to the indefatigable exertkmt of Mr. Ro
binson, who yished us during last year,
and wa recognised ss arrAttxilwrjrby tmr;
Society" established m the city of New-
1 ork) March 8ih, 1833. Since its organ
ization thi Society has contributed to the
Parent Institution & 1 75 : has received 1 SO
Bibles, of which it has on hand 100 1 hav
ing disposed of, at reduced prices and
gratuitous distribution, 50.
The warm interest which sppesrs to an
imate the members of this Society their
unwillingness that their fellow mortals
should be condemned, without knowing
why and wherefore ; and their conscious
ness of the amelioration of society by the
indiscriminate dissemination of the Scrip
tures, are sufficient guarantees of its per
petuity. Of 173 students belonging to
the University, 150 are engaged iii this
divine werk; and although a great major
ity of them are strangers to the light of
rctrclaUon, having never tasted the sweets,
which it affords, still we snjjuinely hope
that we have grounds to anticipijte the
happies' consequences from the establish
ment of the Society. If we were to ad
mit that the Christian Religion is nothing
more than the offspring of Heathen su
perstition, a mere bugbear to frighten
timorous mortals from vice and iniquity,
is not its influence on man, as tending to
modify his inordinate passion, and tocir-
-.!' . - . t C" -
table drSenttotf tO'fmbW
sion I The country around Chapel Hill
affords ample roam for the exertion of
Charity, many are tow poor to purchase a
Dibit, and we are assures that there art
many families which had been destitute.
of a Bible for many years previous to the
establishment ef this Society.;. Out since,
these deficiencies have been supplied, we
are still seeking out other objects of Char
ity. Although the operations of the So
ciety have not been very extensive, wt be-
licye lhatt.it Jhas been and will be made an
instrument 01 lasting bene nrtar." families
aiui mujiiauais since many nave possess
whet pthewijex wcnililJbftJuilbctUCjUiajri
the idolatrous heathen, ignorant of God
their creator, end ChisUbeirliedeemer.
It must be subject ot the warmest
gratulation to christians, to look . around
into the world and behold the exertion
that have been made and are still making,
in tho glorious cause of the salvation of
The Parent Institution with bcr 300
Auxiliaries, like the Nile and her trihuta
rlcs,are streams which are fartilklng the
turren wastcsof our cmjntrytand making
glad the city of our Gad, united In one
firm phalanx 1 associated with the great
and wise, end good, on both sides of the
Atlantic 1 and laboring under the banners
of Jchovab, they ere effecting reforma
tion in the moral character of the world
ne t e r be fore wit ti 'esse i. TTL HIii duo' a n 31
Hottht6l will presently rrlinqtiitdj the
inlurruD pirattke of sacrlHi intbe chilJ
f their bosoms, fiesb of th,rir flesh and
bone of their bone, to inanimate idols
the desart hss become vocal wJtb the
praises of t'msnut I, and.the soliisry place
begins to blossom es the rose. The igno-
rsnt poor are lesrning the way to Abuse
blessed habitation! where all the elect ef
Cod in sweet communion brandish their
palms of victory, and in strains of loud
Ilozsnnas, join in celebrating tbeir Ma
rwa Til wtsriav Ciaoiuit.
Mr. White 1 Your paper of the 1 5th Ju
ly last, in which there is an article signed
Luaut, ka keen produced at our rooms.
The nations who knows us, say that we
are in general tho roost discerning the
most patriotic people among the civilized,
yrt our public prints shew us to the world
in a quite opposite character. Un the
question of the choice ef a man to be our
next President, lecal prejudices, partial!
ties, selfish and narrow views, appear te
be the leading motives' for i choice. We
appear more like slaves to our individual
desires and passions, than like freemen,
feeling for the whole with the whole, and
wiabingoaly fur the welfare of the whole.
If we had the true patriotic spirit to divest
ourselves of these selfish and local con
siderations, a proper choice would soon
There ire now offered for public selec
tion, six candidates, vis: Clinton, Adams,
Crawford, Clay, Calhourt, and Jackson.
Their chsracters are sufficiently known;
the high talents of the two first sre well
known the third Crawford is far
from having the necessary qualifications,
and it U a real burlesque on the good sense
of the people to have his name on the list 1
the fourth baa a great part of tbt neces
sary qualifications, bat be is weak man,
of a rather dissipated Misposatenr be can
not suit the two last one I Calhoun and
JLacksonj ire men of sufficient talents, of
undoubted patriotism, integrity and firm
ness. However, we would prefer Gen.
Jackson, because we must reasonably sup
pose him to have more experience. That
choice we do make as true Americans,
uninfluenced by any motives unworthy of
men who should slight every petty, sor
did consideration, to maintain the inde
pendence of their country.
The British faction, supported by a
gang of unprincipled men, agents, emis
saries, Sic. beeome triore daring it we be
come leas watchful and vigilant. They
will oppose, with all their might, the
election of Gen. Jackson, or Mr. Calhoun.
They would prefer Crawford te any other.
New we think if he is elected, our Indepen
dence will be still in greater danger. The
designs ef the agen'j, tools and support
ers of the radical' party are too evident,
that we should have any doubt about that.
For these many months past, we have been
watching the measures, steps, intrigues,
kc. of this faction, and from time to time
have warned eur fellow-citizens ; but.
omni Mem Jama, ty tad non ntortaUa pre'
(era cogu I
The British give extensive credits,
they furnish vast quantities of merchan
dize, which impoverish the nation, but
rep!enisb-the -treasury f then all is well
'rtt! - r1itl -MA tW.Ii 4M fnHlwK-nnil
"who-wiH - .riot Wk -a. etep furthe-rv-cartng
but littio about theswettare lOLttft niuonr.
W defy wnyxm t ctrdlct lheiIv
sirtions. " ;The bahefur influence of that
faction is the real cause of many of our
ifliculiies and of the-impediments tnbur
prfptrltyi " it 'vagtrnnsplcnot?! In "the
decision of the Missouri question, of the
reduction of the army, of encouraging
manufactures, of roodifyine the tariff, of
the ready payment of duties, kc. It was
most conspicuous on the Canada frontiera
in 1 799, in the whiskey-boys insurrection,
in the Hartford Convention, on the fron
tiers ef Georgis, of Louisiana, of Alaba
ma, ef Mississippi, kc. Sec. kc, end' now
en the fronticfl of MissourirAll thTtns
of the .heads of the faction, and of their
emissaries and tools, cannot conTrdlct
these facts, which we have on record bv
dates, names, Second which we shll dis
close more minutely on e future day.
i i f inaticr oi qerp regret 10 see
American prints becoming the echoes ef
our moit inveterate enemy and many
of our deluded citizen' to be the dupea ol
such artful intricues, end deen-laid
sche mti to divide us, snd dewtrsf our fei
gevernrntht and Inniiuiloi.a, Anovtr
throw of our free system is tnl stij
redly meditated, ait Will be aiittiip'cd
unlets, Indeed, soih". great jlitlc( tnt
at'd changes soon t k place in l,unf t.-
uch, for inttanrr, a n e(Trrtie mit(n
demanding between I'npUriH and Ittiasia, ,
of which there Is nl te le t ppearrce
speeches of Ilriisr nilnl'eti In p.ift.-
ment, ana the lnliious wrtuil,rir(4.
editors, Ir it evident thst those two po w-.
en ere on t perfect Understanding with
general gaveromtnl cf the whole glole, -'
as well as to the extinction of every ip-'k .
ef civil liberty on Its whole surf-re. I he
British have had, long since, grii d-
emiissries' among the fire gomi.iituus
in South-America, ready te do the Work;
as soon at ordered". as (hose In France,
Spain, Portugal and Fwltterund have
donelstclyi so that the Infernal work will
be intirely concluded, in our opinion, the
present year. '.
I he vigilance of Jefferson, Madison.
and Monroe, have hitherto thwat ted, in
great part, the deilgns of the enemy j and
it required all the energy nd Ermnrsof
the latter, t protect Gen. Jtkn gIit(
the attack! snd censure of the agents and
emissaries of that enemy, who never cwilj
forgive his bravery and able conduct.. Not
like indeed, the .puaillanimout kings of
Naples, France, Sardinia, Suln,icc. hn, ,
at the call of the Biidsh cabinet, and of
the other atrocious members ef the holy
alliance, delivered the most brave, the
most worthy, of their military, scientific,
men, !cc. to be murdered, and tb'uici- ,
ficed thewv to'the jealousy of dastard nl -ferocious
At any period, but still more partl.-rj- -
larly under the present eritical circum
stsnces, we want et eur head a mn of
uncommon energy and firmness e d
with alt that, he will have to use um.m '
mon exertions to defeat the designs of lh .
enemy, end free the country rein that
foreign Influence, which hat already do
uded and corrupted te many f our citi
zens, and It the real cause of rotny of
Thete, and no doubt tome more ttiU, ? .
are the reasons which make us think, that
the election ef Gen. Jackson will be strong
iy opposed i out is ail mw I'ur tiuirna
ceald join; ind feet sincerely for the sre- .
mm aw . a a.
tr inn wtiiire er ine nstion, me eie ctiorj.::
weuld becertsln and eur beloved count ff-
danger. Yeuriellow-fifizent ol the
: ; MIDDLE STATES. .
Prtm thi Trtnla (JV. .J ThU A mmcan.
u Mr. Calhoun'a enemies, ever sine
the agitation of the Presidential quetuon
have endeavored to persuade the pi
that he it only t candidate in name, and
will ultimately decline in favor of Mr. . '
Adams. Nothing is more fwreign from
the truth. Hia standing Itof u-o high an
order to be merged in the fortunes ef any
one, however distinguished. Indeed, if
late public indications be not Illusory, h
is at this moment (waving sections! con
aiders tion) the most popular of the chh-
didatet. Between htm and Mr. Adatas.
therefore, the contest, it is almost certain,
will finally issue, and happy must tlutr
country .W regarded, that St privileged to - -select
her Chief Magistrate from citizens' -.-...
to able and virtuous 1 '
t Mr.Callraun comet before the publie of
New Jersey wih peculiar cl.ims upon itt '
confidence. Mr. Adams is, probably, tl.a ,
most intelligent diplomotist in the union.
But for practical information, in relation , '
to our internal concerns, Mr. Calkeun is
without a question, . hia . superior.' And -thit
fact it entitled to serious regsrd t for
the grcat-.questions: of- national policy - -
wiuctt-siiuw jguaie.ior.xne. ext tea..
years? will most probably be such as wilt
grow out ot our stoHteattc interests, ratner
. yaow -rpa viw-tobk stitssxait. J : ;
only shows him to ba an ardent friend and
a.. 'yi r. g ;
maintatner of the constitution of the Uni
ted States, but one of the most pure, un
spotted and undeviating reptibltcups; that
ever participated in the confidence of the
American people. " No man can put hit
finger on a tingle spot or blemish i.t'tha -republican
character of John C. Calhoun. .
He ia above reproach He can ttaiid tho
severest test that ever tried political faith
""Two neteriout t'coWln? womrri tiad
a set-to in England,ately j force of
lungs alone decided tbt victory in fa4 ;
vor of one of them. The defeated
Xantippe, from great prostration tf '
strength, died, tho next d-y,' Let
all termagants take warning.
lie who givea far word, feeds jou with sj
empty apooa. , .' s .
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