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SALISnUitY, N;C. TUESDAY, OCTODKU 29, 1823.
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Jaesfter bf M follow I
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entt fir each subsequent one. Advertisement
f-om t distsnee must be psid fnf, or their pay.
stent assumed by responsible person, before
they can be published.
AH Utter addressed to the Editor, rmiet be
ti.ftaiil, or they will not be attended to.
List of Letters
Jtcmrtnint in Me Pt ttyet at V.k.trltte, A. C.
a (A 11 ifay . ((&, 182X
A PAWS ALEXANDER, Mr. Alexander,
William Atrxander, Rebecca Allium. Joel
V. Ak tsnder, Pphrsim Alexander, Lswson II.
Alexander, Wm. H. Alexander, Ezckicl Alexan
der, B Joseph L. Black, Matthew Rain 2,
Abnrr Bnxiki, Jame H Rise k, John High am,
1ibrt lUrohill, Wm. nirUam, Hrrams or Conks,
f.kil w. Ileatr. t Alexander Cmckrt,
John Capps,Mr.. Jane (aid well, H m. T. Crow,
ell, Nat'ianirl Ctinningum, Kleazrr Cochran.
DLewls Dmkins, ( t. E. DHls.m, Itoht-rt
ttavidaon, Mr. Martha Ismail, David D-xigticr-ty.
Wm. I iigU, Frederick Dinkina, nugar
Tdin, Jame Dink'ns .LHicharJ Daniel. F
Hennr Foster, John Fridje, Knbert Fains, 1 ho
maa Tinnt-y, Samurl Fer. G Joaiali C.rajy,
John TMlinore, Win. (il. II KUm Hunter,
Jeremiah Hinaon, John llntcr, Xeckcriah Horn,
Alexander Hogm ?, .tmr II. Ilovir, Kllr
Hughe. J J"nT 'rn't, Barbara Johnson,
M id, Jonea, Julio Jone Knbert Jamison, Mrt
Febccca Jnnrt, John If Jamet; Ihomat J. J.
roroe. K Miaa Mary . Kirkpa'rick, A. I).
K&rr 2, John Kcndrick, I ugh Kirkpatrick. Ho
prt Kirkpatriek. L I niamin IJmli.iT, Win.
Lee, Janice Latta, Hen li. M Alrxan
dr M'CburU, UaridMol n, Benjamin Morrow ,
Elizabeth Mont(romcr, ph M'Hum 2, J. k 8.
M'ltum, Jtniei M'Hauen John M'Cullah. Kmith
Miller 2, Maater Chareain, F.Ii M'Call, Jaa.
tnd Vm, Miller, Thomi, M'Cippin, John W.
Cord, Wm. MT.r. JohiM'Ixi. N Joseph
Nicholson, Jaa. Newell, n. H. Neel. OM
win J. iHtM.rne. P-M I'arki 2, FJitabeth
Trice, Mmund Palmer, 'J rabe'h I'otta, H(o
rau Park and Itobcrt CaJ ell, loct. Wm. J.
folk, Wm. B. Poiter, Wn Potu. Q Wm. C.
Q'lerj, It Jofc'ph lUeil far. Petrr Kapc,
luao Tlowr, John Rerj L'liarle Jtkhmond,
Jamei Robins n, W m. RaVrd. 8 John Stew.
. swt, Joha.Springi Z Jvha tiig. Gamer Sanders
3, Thomas B. mlUl, Wit .Scott, Hugh PneU,
John Smith, Adam A. Alexander or
Jafccott, Andrew Sprstt, trah Stephens 1 bo
na. Spratt. T la.. G. Irrence 2, Abraham
Taylor. V David Vsncelw -Godfrey W i.
Gams, John Wesver, Th( Williamson, Wm.
W. Walker, Abner Wires,obert W ilson, John
Williamson, JohnJWolf, MiOane Wallace, Job'i
Wallace, BenjniA Westing.
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State of NortlCaroIina,
f QUBT of Tlcil ind-ftulee Snv Kp-4
J UmlMrr Seawon, lirii.Jrhsries M'PftweL
Athon A. M'Oowell, Wilhanpttton in right of
kts wire Sarah, and James Kl'Dovell, hem at
kw of Charles VDowelf, leased, . John
M'Dowell, Wilfism W hiUortsmtir I Whitson,
Ceorre Whiison, James Whilw, Thomas Whit,
on, Joseph Whiten, Anir W iaon, Polly Whit,
ton now Polly Hardin, Iirbeh wife of 1 ho
mas L. M'F.ntire. Thomas L. lEntire, William
Smith and Bally his wife, deWs of John M'-1
DoweD, decd J and John MiVcll and James
V'Dowcll, heirs at law S. Jrph M'Uovell,
dee'd i petition for partition. I appearin(r to
the satisfiction of the thWilliam W hit
son, Samuel Whitsox, Georffe hiton, James
Mi hitson, Thomas hitson, AtiWhitson, Polly
Thitson, (now oily llardip,) id Martin liar
din, and Thom I M'F.ntire, Me without the
limit of thi state.ordered, ttrfore, by the
court, xYai publication be niaddr six weeks,
at the pwirt-Hoiue ii Mogant and in the
Westell Carolinian, tha unless y appear he-
.jbre the Justices of the Courf Flea and
QiartVr" Sessiotisi to be held fonid county al
Monday ih'January" next;- and knswer, or
.,. uueen, pro comtsao,. beard r
r-rr3qKtet, EKf,' ffrrih
State of North-Carina,
gnOURT of Equity, Sept Term, M , Bill for
J alimony i Nancv Cox, by ben-xt friend
i ho. Tnplett, sgainst Braxton tl and Jos,
weHborn, administrator. It appear to the
satisfaction of the Court, that thtfendant,
Braxton Cot, is a non-resident of thute i it is
therefore ordered by the Court, that)lition
bo made in the Western C'aroliniatjr three
month successively, that unless the U defen.
wdnt .appear ,atr oarniCam1, to WliiurxlM
county of Wilkes, t the CourUloiueivilkes
boro, on the oecend Monday in March tt, then"
and there to-plead, answer, or demJor said
a. ' . . ' m - t
Din wiu. oe. tar.cn pro contemo. amitard ex
parte - J. UWYN.jr. 0,.
T"yr-.wii -I'v-ar w -w" swn--n r t r-iW " T.Jit "1 3-. - "
rnce aar, s- imia
- A LL who are inddbted to the-etate iober;
J Baird, are required to make immeife pay.
tnent. All who hare demand agninst tUtate
of Robert laird, are required to presithem
for settlement at or before the 20th of Nikiber.
182J, or else this notice wilt be plead lar'of
wcorery. WJLUAM DARBEIt, JV.
fflllF. KiWriber h ery recently rt (sited
JL from rlulsuclpttis, an SMorimtnt of
Dry CJoodf, Hardware
Cultrrv and Domrtilct t
whirh, with 0 sstonment be expect to re.
eta in shon iit w Jl enable tin to sen at
aatiafetory price. Th ftiLlte are rr.n'ttttilf
luviud to call, and eiawiirt for tlitfmnl it.
fta' CJ)W AHU.CIf
The Coppenmithinr, and Tin Flat bua'i
herctAifor tfansseted by D. Cress, sen. will In
future be conducted by me, at the same place
1 bose who fa.ne mo with their custom, mar de
petxl on tiavlur their work done ith neatness,
durabikiy and de.patcb.
Belling unusually Iow.
f1IIF, suhscriWr i. now reeeivint; a Urge aa-
M. sorimeni W l)r f iKJIjX, IIAKII-WARr
CI TLF.RY, UmiKWICKft, kr. from New.
York and Philadelphia, selected by himself with
tare, ami bought on the best terms. Being anx
ious to secure a continuance of hi. present res
pectable custom, he ha come to a determina
tion to offer his extensive stock of Goods in Sa
lisbury, at pnees which, in bis opinion, wilt be
found as low a the price of those ho advert'm
aelling oH at oort," His euttomrr and th
public generally, are invited to call, examine,
ai.d j ldge fur tueoiscltca.
Rtvan Ctuniy, .V. C. Juf. 1923. 'W
Carriage and Windsor Chair
f IMIF. subscribers have the plreanre of inform
1 ing the citizen of Lineolnton and the
country at Urge, that the liberal encouragement
they have hitherto met with, enable them to con
tinue the above business i snd they will endeavor
to accommodate ail those who mar call on them,
ami their custom win be thaiiVfuily received.
They also keep on hand. High and Low BED
STF.ADS, of a .upe.rior quality.
The subscribers wish to employ one or two
journeymen, at either of the sbive branches,
no are not in the liamt or intoxication.
MARTIN C PIHFER,
W M. Cl'LVERHOI 8E.
Sfptrmhrr 2?, 1823. 3mt85
RAN awar from the nhscriber's plantation,
in the Pork of the Yadkin, ltooan county,
NorthCarolina, about the first of Jury last, a
Aejr By by the name of J.1COB, about 18
years of age i 5 feet I or 6 inches high, some.
wUfct on tha yellowish order, smooth round fftre,
on close exjuiiination one cheek appear to be
somewhat larger than the other, when surprized
be assumes a wild look, he rtoop a little when
walking or atandinr, i.eery artful snd cunning.
Also, bdoui Ue nrst ot September, two other
negro men made their elopement i one by the
name of JVtWen, the other A'rptuiu; each about
22 rear of age i Payton i about 5 feet 7 or 8
inches high, keen made, very stout and active
to his size, very black smooth face, ami has a
sly look, and very plausible in his conversation,
and puts on a quizzical smile when he, is appre.
henslve of being detected of a fsult. Neptune
is s stout, strong made fellow, about 5 feet 9 or
10 inches high, black rough face, a down look,
ami a smU impediment m hi apeech when re-
proved. Clothe unknown. They have been
hirking somr-wef kijurihrough, fee different
pzUoi;tU.Frksthwiadkint and it WCbft-'
Jectured that they have been with a yellow boy
ot Gem Pearson's in the neighborhood of Mocks
ville, and Col. Kelly'i-quarters, snd perhaps in
the neighborhood of Salisbury. As I have not
heard of them for several days, perhaps they
have left these psrts, to gel to some place where
they can be better concealed i and perhaps may
try to pas for free men, or go off with some
white person. I will give the above reward for
their apprehension, or pay in proportion to that
sum for each of them that are delivered to me at
my residence in the Fork the Yadkin, or
lodged in some jail so that I can get them, and
all reasonable charges paid.
JV.I7ZW.V CH.1F FIN.
Oct. U, 1823. 7Jtf
State of North-Carolina,
BY virtue of authority in me vested, I will ex
pose to public sale, on the third Monday in
November next, at the Court-House in Salisbury.
the following tracts of land, late the property of
frinr heTorth:'?de' tYftrSouWTaaktni
containing by-ettimsrion fiw twndred attd-erphi
za Pearson, Jleph- Wiliiania, and het'"Hfme
othef " tract adjoining "the" abov e, and "contain
about one hundred and fifty acre. One other
tract, lying between the South Yadkin and Third
Crericprnd contain by clt'ifflatioli 6ne tliousaiid
sere. One other tract lying on the south side
of Third Creek, and contains by estimation four
hundred-and fifty cre( on which there is
valuable grist and taw Mill. On all the forego
ing tracts,, there are valuable low grounds,
Cart of which is in cultivation. Tho aforesaid
inds will be shewn by Messrs. Charles and Rich
mond Pearson, to any person desirous of pun.
chasing. -1 be term of credit will be ' made
known on the day of sale.
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-6cii6r 3, 1823. 6wt79 -
JAMES" AME8 has theTleasure of tnfimnmY'
the citizen of Ssrlsbury. and the urrotind-
irig countrj, that he has located jtumaolf in the
village, and that his utmost endeavors shall ever
t . . . a st we '
ne to accommouaie inose wno can upon mm.
He first became acquainted with his profession
in the City of New-York j and the knowledge of
hi business which be received while there, con
nected with his experience w iliuuolry, will
enable him to execute his business in tho most
neat and fashionable ityle.
, Shtitrp, Avg. 18, 1825. , - . '67
niualh BnU r GOODS.
, AT AUCTION.
rpilP. ock of Good of the Ir.te Km of CON.
I O V EH st C;o will b sold at Audio to
the highest bidder, (without reservt) in the
Town of Chefs w, on the 0th day of hovaber
neat, consisting of a choice toJVctioa a was
r exhibited Jur sal In tttia ttsUi aarf
w men ere
. fwrfne Xl"th aftsl Cassimorew, t .
; sitinntay bii and Hlu TUiii, "
Flannels and Blanket,
Domectie Khirting, and power loom (J.
Irish linens, Diapers,
' "" Cetico, Giftgtom, ' -
nik. and fig. Silk and Seersucker,
Umbrellas, Merino Shawls,
Blk. and ni'd Canton Crane. .
Bilk and Cotton lldkfa. of every detcHptloit,
ismuncxi na f anibnek Robe,
Elegant worked Flounce,
A large assortment of Ribbon,
Cord ami Nun's Thread and Cotton Ball.
Hosiery of erery description,
Thread Lace and Edging,
Tortoie Shell and Common Comb,
A large and elegant assortment of
consisting of every article in the Trade.
360 pair ldie best quality More and Sa
tin Jean Boot and oboe.
46 pr Negro Shoes,
2t) do. G-ntlemen's Boot. . '
French Brandy, Holland Gin.
Jamaica Rum, Irish W hitkev,
Madeira, Colmanar aid Malaga Wm,
"55 Obis. Country Gin, Rum and W hiskr.
3 llhds. and 35 Bbls. Muscovado Stirw,
900 lbs. IW (Sugar,
28 kegs assorted size Cut Nail,
13 Keg first Ameriesn Powder,
8 do. (ii caniter each English Double little,
10,0(JO Best quality Spanish Cigars,
4.0U0 do. do. American do.
3 i on Swede and English Iron,
A Urge assortment of
Together with every other article tttually found
in a Country Store.
IP.RMSof Sale approved erulorvd Notes,
payable 1st February next or 2 per cent di.
count on the bill for Cash. 6t78
Sept. 11. 1823. HARVEY WILLIAMS.
THE subscriber having very Istelv received
from his correspondent in Philadelphia the
latest usntons from the celebrated shop nf RAb
U H'intbrmnrr, nf that city, it now ready to do
all kinds of work belonging to tho Tsilorlng bu
sincas. He pledge bimself, thst all those who
may favor him with their custom, shslt have their
work done in the best style of the fashions of the
dsv, ami on reasonable terms. Traveller, and
others, who wUk garments made ww short notice,
can be accommodated ith whole suit, on a
notice of two day. Order from a distance
punctually attended to. . . .-
THOMAS Vu CANON. ...
-SuTsWy, Jf. 11. 1623. M
L.vco-vrav. x. r.
TftP, undersigned inform hi friends ami the
public in general, that he hs opened shop
of the above business in Lincolntoo. N. C where
he will be ready at all times to attend to the
business or tho who msy favor bun with their
custom i and from hi long experience in the
bow neat, and hi unremitted attention to hn cus
tomers, he bone to give general satisfaction.
and still to merit a thare of that patronage ihich
has too oliberaIry-eTtendra tjhint hereto
rare, in th? western part of North-Carolina.
He receives the latest fashion every ix month
regularly, from Philadelphia and Charleston.
He (pent part of last winter with Messrs. Sehrirtf
ami Ferriwm, the first Tailors of Charleston,
where be made himself fully acquainted with
their rule of measuring and cutting i and he in
tend to spend part of ! time with them occa
sionally, in order to make himself acquainted
with the latest and newest fashions.
The business in his absence, will be conducted
by a Heady gentleman, and a man acquainted
with his business.
I expect, in a very short time, to receive from
Philadelphia, cards of directions for measuring,
which I will distribute in the sdjoining counties,
In order to enable gentlemen to send their men
sure a, and have clothe made without the trou
ble of attending in person. " '
Should any gentleman wish Cloths, I will at.
tend to the purchase of them in any of the
stores in Linoolnton,or furnish them myself,
according to directions.. The Merchants in Lin
colntpn, .jkUlgenerally- ke p. excellent uppHe'
'ilis Dtuuftcss wrill also be ttmdtrctrd.'u bete.
PattonV mlcr ihe-rirm Tf faytm t."Jfrwi
Those who are in the habit of getting their
clothes made in Charleston, I would recommend
nrS--Isivim, m 1 know there la bo.
hrst rate I ailor.
N. B. The merchant of Asheville will here
after keep good assortment of cloh and ca
imere. DAVID CLAYTON.
JtheviHe, Sept. 26, 1823-, 3t78
The undersigned have been long acquainted
with Mr. Clayton, and have uniformly applied to
him to do their Tailoring business. They feel
no hesitation in recommending htm as a man
worthy of every degree of confidence, as a man
of unexceptionable character ami nwrsls; and
as a mechanic,- he ha never fWed to ohr Ithoa I
ede to attend to all order with promptitude,
and to execute every thing in. tho line ef hi
otiQca . wiuincaine ana ue.pavn. - -
- james ranoni en. ueo. u. rnuiips.
J. Mi Smith, .
, It B. Vance,... .
John Psxton, - r
A. L. Erwin,
W. D. Smith, '
Js. Mj Alexander,
. J, W,-Cafotit ,
Geo. Swain, t
IJIOTl land .ld by order of writ of venditioni
. eatponas. for taJe at titr pTirttiof -PtJtti
tea ta vstrsaa esasusus,
Mr, Sdittri I havt read that raatlerly
plect, ih concluding; number of Com,
won Sent " whertin ha hat ripped tf
plaualbla argument of tba Conyentlon
aiiiu of ll their M trappinc and til
dint I- Iff rift frw. h thi pfcrir'wdfl pi
hi vaniry, eitlalm in th langtist of
Uvldl "I hi how finished work,
which rtehhtrtba angrt of Jove, nor (Ire,
nor ittti; nor the tunsumlnf leeth of tlm
tha!) bo able o deitroy." Ha will, no
doubt, depotita manuKripl coprei of hit
riling among tr archlvel of tha team
ad locletlai In the United Stattt. and per
hp In Euro pa and thm ptrpetuata hi
fame to diitant generation at "fame
ran twlna no brighter laurel round Mi
At a politician, thlt writer. In hit own
estimation, it no doubt a rival of Mr.
Ourka. I am Inclined to believe that ha
it an obacure tatelliia to tome of ibe Eat
tern demagogueat, and that bo hat infe
rior aatentiet revolving round him. to
hetr bit valuable productlont read. And
who would not derive Instruction and
ptetiure from hearing or reading tha ef
fusion! of to transcendent a teniut from
a writer of tuch brilliant talent t
To bo mora terlout, any person might
a well attempt lo darken the light of the
un with a candle, at to ttopthe progrett
of tha public mind in favor of a Conven
tion. Any person opposed to a Conven
tion muat be inimical to tha best interettt
of North-Carolina ; and be ought to be
held up for the hand of scorn to point
her slow, untnovin g finger at." -
P. S. The above turned writer hat at-
ed the word mr, in hit postscript t from
thi I infer that he it a broker, or money
chancer perhspaolthatdeacriDtion men
tioned in the Holy Scripture. ."
FOt NT) DOCTRINE.
Taowi r.sats having lately written an able
pamphlet on the " right of tte to alter or
annul charters, snd the decision of the Supreme
Court thereon examine d," a copy of it was sent
to Mr. Jsnsasoa, from whom the following let.
ttr has been received in reply t - .
" - ------- - FmutUn Caiettt.-
Extratt pf letter front Thomat Jrfferton
- U Thm Earlrstf Plutaietfihia doled
Month tllo, Sffltemier. S lr 1123.
M.Yrur. letter of AttgUat 28, with the
pamphlet accompanying it, waa not re
ceived until the 18th inat-
Thst our Creator made the earth for
the use of the living, and not of the dead;
tht thovtwho uhl not can hare oq 114
nor right in it, no authority nor power
over it ; that one generation cannot fore
close or burthen itt uae to another, which
come to it in Itt own right, and by the
aama dlthe beneficence j IharritreeeoT-
if generation tnnnol bind tucctrdmr one
by itt (mi er eontrae(t thete deriving;
their obligation from theeiUtlng majori
ty, and that majority being removed,
another cornea in ita place with e will
equally free to make itt own lawt and con
tract!. Thete ire axiom to telf evident
that no eiplanation can make them plain
er. For be it net to be reasoned with,
who taya that non-existence cm control
existence, or that nothing can move tome
thin?. They are axioms, tec hrernant
with tahitary coneguenee$. The laws of
civil tociety, indeed for the encourage
ment Of industry, give the property of
the parent to hit family on hit death, and
in moit civilized countriet permit him
even to give it by tettament to whom he
please. And it la alto found more con
venient to Buffer the lawt of our prede-
cei&ora to ttandon.our implied eaeentr aa
Mi jorit yZ6uueIe . 5k pottf them. ;fiut
this doe not Jetsen-the rlcbt of thxf tna-
joniy to repeal, whenever change of
stance, or of will, call for it,
Hahtt alone confounds civil practice with
Of the merit of the pamphlet I aay
nothing of course i having found it ne
cessary to decline giving opinions on
book, even when desired. -
With my thaoka.for the pamphlets be
pleased to accept the aisurance of my
great respect - r -
; THf JEFFEBSON.
To PHnten n Itaac W. Smith. Whd
occasionally worked at the printing busi-
ne us. will make known hit address to the
he will bear of something to his edvan-
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Mithiran Election. At the late election
In the territory df Michigan, for choosing
m ucit atc. tu represent ii in v-ongres)
M r. Gabriel Riehaur1. - a Rhmcn CathaUr
J'riett, war elected. Thlt it probably the
only instance of the kind which hat ever
occurred ,o tie United States..--' - -
sqs fat tatstsa ra.
We are Indebted to the politetitu of e,
gentleman of ill city for the fuUowhg
citrsctt cf a letter, from hit corresn
dent in Crtvcn county i
Mr. Civyt t....tl-f jwi Ut of 4
a vast majority A the )wplc In thi quar
er. ' We look with anitet lo the .move
dmenU 6iTii;'n5'TkIld,re X(K uuu .
.. . . .,.. ..
uentuiqQeition lamtaiuntdihatt taw
ford cannot oM.ln the Tet of thlt Mate.
M I am candidly nf the opinion, that lt
would b i reOectlon i"wpon ouffrnVtilfali"
nays our mrBthiraeter,lf Noruiiaroll
na should contribute ber mle tq tut li
the pre tenMooa tf tuoh man Wm-
MJudKina; from appetrancet, If wnrjlc)
teem that Crawford cannot be the l'rl
dent, in any event, if New York votc
lor Ctlhoun, he it tale-
msm rat atwrve euir,
V cannot forbear rcniatklntr. thlt
the only objection which ht keen, urge 4
ae-aluat Mr. Lilmoum la want 0 ore t he
hat kern ineerioglf called the 'yt"ij
Mr. Caikovm.". Now, with all dun ret
peel to the experience and better iu'iic
ment 01 tne sage routers wnq rrwae uaa
objection, It It, In our opinion, a qtuUflca
lion which ought to give hlm'q r)yMr
tage over all the other candidate, ti,
h been Droooted. If he wit iot In
active life during the time when oli.iJ
excitement and the tide o( party
wer t the flood, ao much the better. He
i the more likely o bting. with him to
the Presldentui cnatr e mma un'.ii'ica
whk tho orsiudicet and partuiitie, ice
animosities and afTeclkma, the icri ie
and the bitter recollection. 01 that iimou
lent period. He it more like I to puiiut
an elevated, magnanimous, rrputnicti
national nolicv. uninfluenced b any mo
lives of gratitude to old political f.veiiiets
o or vlndlcfivaneii towardOl4liikaJ"
Extract of a letter rVom touthXtrofiha to tht)
Editors of the Kew.York Faviot.
I have been e date observer t( pubi
lie aentiments on the subject el tbe Pre
tutttcy for some ysrsjst, snd have en
loved tolerably good oportumtiei l rorrdT
.a a er
a. jcprreclpw1w .9. ne .UDJev,.-. ' J"1
Stste it kl unanimously in Lsvor nf Cal
houn. I believe, t Tennessee ii et lack
tent and as consequence, I as much
opposed to Craw ford. Under po posttble '
circumsuncea un Crawford obtain toe)
votes of this State. This hostility to bin.
has not been engendered, because it mf
be considered he is in the w? of Mr
Calhoun. Long be Tore Mr. Calhoun wat)
announccijn fuundd4iBhjLiiis JjUndat
tbia State wat hostile to the elevation of
Mr.' Crawford. Ha was looked upon
intomfiettnt, previous to the eVelopmenl
of tbe views of the radical faction, and ht)
wiTconiidered it I3emlfic -with; that facw
twn; Vnct ai Mdrig'Ms'nopet "Upon fti'
success, so soon ss it received the form
of aa organised body. There are a few.
but very few men in this Slate friendly to)
Crawford. Some have supposed thV be
cause Mr. Lowndes was once nominated
bv a letritlative caucus, tbe friends of that
distinguished statesman were unfriendly
to Mr. Calhoun. , But it is tot so T hew
are equally hostile to the elevation of Mr,
Crawford. In Georgia there Is great opt
position to Mr. Crawford. Bt I mkj
no doubt he will receive the vote or that,
States becavte its electors are chosen by
the IreUlaturt. Were they chosen in ditv
tri tt, by the fletfdei there it no doubt he
would lose many votett nd even it It it ,
I believe he ewes his support there to
State feefing and State pride, M Not that
they love Mr Calxou let, but t hap
they lovwtotoit",moTr.-'i ftwd.-fwni"
witlir many of ' whom i etn very intimate!
Itrengtb la, tbeatste-ot. 4Naoia irt
which, if he f-iU lent induced to think b
will be abandoned sltogether. Great ang
ietr is '-felt t to the-cmrnerthsristatrstir
uiumstciy pursue. . vvo most aroontif
wish thst the two States will be united en
the, great question, because we believe -that
Mr, Calhoun will be the most e ffrient
President t that he is the most national,
and will do more to unite tbe feelings of
the great Americso . family than any eth
radical party speaks much of tho
necessity of concentrating the public voiced
I hey are now fully, Understood. Ther
hope,by intrigue mangemcnt,and prom
isesjjta goveraihe small bodies by which
such concentrations mtjr be ittemptcd to
be made.' We, too, sre the friends of
concentration, buf. the deadly foes of thji
attempt which, junder the color of conv
ctntration, would fix upon the people of
the United States, as their Chisf Magis
trate, one who is odious to at least ninei
tenths cf the whole community. , "
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