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The terms of the We m CainHala) will
Jkreaftar be u follows i W!to a year,
payable la advance.
Ad'r wlH be lnaerted . fifty cents
per aquar f"f th Brat Insertion, tml twty-fite
events for teili ubaetiet one.
- All b-tter eddreswil to the Miter, nu4 be
' pttjxuJ, or ibcy will not b BHe ikI4 to.
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-1 Valuable Lmdi for Hale,T"
ft aVcrae 4 , Crl iSffiaty, ar Me
rtvnty &kr. , ,
IN obedience ta a AecrfjJt ibe Court of
Fpiity for Utt county of rUokea, there will
be eipoatd to public le, at tli Court-IIouse
fa Ormanton, an the eighth lay of December
'steal, being th Monday of the County Court,
, th folio in j tract of Land, (at the
Eroperty of John Ztuunersnan, sen. dee'd. fur thr
tnefit of bia devisee i
Th nrst containing three hundred and ten
mart, mora or less, undr Improvement, King
la fttoke county, on the main road leailing from
8 Jem by llagy a to Baliabury, about ais miles
front the fir place, on the auuth fork of MuuMy
reek, adjoining Heart Rhore and other.
The aecond containing one hundred and eie.ht
acre, more or km, under improvement, lying
in the count of Dat'idaon, on the above roal,
on Reedy creek, adjoining Doctor Mataw ami
other, at pretcnt 10 the tenancy of Christian
Zimmerman.
The third containing forty acrei, more 01 IrM,
lying in the county of l)v Jtoo, ailjoining Jacob
Mock, Jacob Crater ana olncri.
Alio, the following !-anl, late the property
vido and heir at law.
rint, three adjoining tracta, umler impmve
tent, containing arvrntyit acre, more orleM,
lying in the county of Stokr, on the road ! axt
iiir from Salem bv Itipnel'i to Hafibury, four
Rillei from tlie trU plce, adjoining Philip
Koth rock and other. -
Secondly, a tract containing Bfty-fire acrrt,
more or lea, near the above on the watrn of
Muddy creek, adjoining Philip and Geo. Umli
ovk and other.
AH the above JnU will be eoJJ on a credit, of
one year and aii month, the tix month to car
ry rntereat, the purchaarra' giving bond with
approved aecurity. Khoukl no taiv be effected
the fint day, of the whole or part, the tale will
be postponed from day to day, agreeably to Uw.
Attendance a ill be given by the Clark and tn
aer of aaid Court. ' Teat,
-r rjorrx c. ulum, c.jwt e.
Suku crunfy, Oct. 23, 1833. 683
Iinds for Sale,
ftiuUr a dcrt (JU Curt of Equity f Rtwnn
BY virtue of aundrj ilecrca of the Court of
Equity fe Itowan cointynnde ft Octobejr
term, 113, I will expose to. public aide, at the
CouK-Hfflite n fl;atiry,:- on Wcdneaday the
-'J01 oflkeember ne,thi following valuable
- tracta of Ind, vii: One tract near Aletahdef
Long'i mill, not far from the mouth of Crant'i
creek, containing 98" aereif one other tract
adjoining the land of William Smith and Ale.
ander Lnng, containing 91 acreii one other
tract on the YaJlin river, below the mouth of
Crane creek, containing 115 acre; three other
tracta adjoining the but mentioned tract, con
taining together 59) acrea i altu, fmir lota ly.
Sng in the great uorOi aquare of the town of
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IT - iT 10 on 4 ' T 45V T
vmw iu. 11 uj pu a?, v, uw 'ivj v 1 . iic .hut.
PT0P.fJ!tv.f '?rL!aJih- helrsatlavv of tbe late
Alexander rrohocc.
Alao, at tbe aame time and place, a tract of
Land lying on the water of Hunting creek, in
the Forki of the Yadkin, adjoining the land of
Samuel uttle, (taker Johniton ami other, con-
aimng by eat.raation 322 acre, belonging to
the hem at lav ofGeorge Urandon, dee'd.
Alao, at tlie aame time and place, a tract of
Land lying on the adkm nver, adjoining the
land of Nathaniel Perblea, Willey Kllia, James
Ortel, and thT, containing 350 cre, more or
let 1 and belonging to the heir at law of Joshua
Cfcyton, dee'd. , .
jUo, at the aame time and place, a tract of
I And lying on the water of Dutch Second creek,
bonded by the land of Michael Hoffman, John
Trexler, and other, and containing 221 acre,
be the aame more or lean, belonging to tlie hcin
at law of John IWingcr, dee'd.
Alao, at the aame time and place, a tract of
land lyinir on a branch of Second creekreom-
( roonly called the Walnut Branch, adjoining thoJ
v unaaot George and Henry Robiaon, containing
200 acre, and belonging to the heir at law of
4 Margaret Hubiaon, dee'd-
A credit of twelve anI eighteen montlia ill
- e piven- for iht-wtrchaae- rnonev-o each of
f;:.0ifCt.a
i . ;: n Awtv al eaaiie Uiue anil place, wiil be aold
j vherct,-lTmgon-lhe vnvfVftm't
Z IStcry joining &e teuJllIw4yn4 aajoinin g the
hnd of -Ned M'ltaV. Jamea Houston. David
Toater, aid othere, containing forty-six or forty-
igiii acres, belonging to" the heir at Uw ot
Alexander Cook, dee'd. This tract wjll he nlil
anETCdtTTirtwelfe moiillis. uiLli interest From
the time of sale, . Vs " .
The purchakcri will be required to give bond
with approved aecuritiea, in every instance, for
tbe purchase ulOTey'."" . r r" " : V
GEO. LOCKE," C. M. t.
Oe4ef25, 1S21. ; . n4
;ilNegrocsrfori6aIc.
rkN Tuesday, the 18th of .November next, at
J the eonrt-honse'm Salisbury, aundry valua.l,n.,l!i e! "
Me and likely JVVrae,, wi&ting of mmenT" Ven? n7
na pru, De longing to the tatate of Gen.
Jesse A. Pearsoo dee'd, will be aold on a cred.
l.thepaymt by gwngoondaj -srWi twirtJirffiBfa
approved aeourities, pavabli with the current
lwles of the bank in tivjmert-JioeiMbMMi--The
tale will continue on Wedneaday, the
19th,milcsa all the negroes are aold on the first
dy. Additional term will be made known, on
the day of .aale. . . .
. Sufficient billa of sale will be executed, to pur.
chaser. A, KESBITT.iWr.-,
.October 1833, , . 5lS0
Ktatc of Nortlt('arolina,
, dOWAH CH'TT.
IX rVj'ity, Ort4ir term, IK 1 1 mr Italrd,
Mry Bweet, Mafcliliigmo f!rd by bia giar
dUn Jmti lUirtt, William ( k and Krbrcra
hit wife, J'iIui Agnew aid ('atlirine hit wife,
Jame !1om aon and aUraret bia wife, John
Start, W ilium ri'Htrton ajul Catharine ktawtfa,
Jimri Rteel and Jane attal, eaWJane 1n
let, 1Uoma Bled an itdUnt kuuUt tle age at
twenty 4Hie )rars 1 hon u and J'Jui llatrxl in
fill' under the age of twenty oi tear, Wit
iian Iturd, 4'rgy fUied, Ja Uaivdi- awd-'lW
maa AUma and wife t I'rtition fur aale of real
riitm . Il anhriii in t lis utitf-t un tii l,r
-i i- a ; "
court, that the defrodanta in thu caae are citi-
ataa-of efwthef atte4 it W therefore" erderca,
that publication be made fir three montha ie.
ceatively in the U catern Carolinian, fur aaid de-
fcfxlaiin to appear at our neit Coirt of r.ijmty, to
be hrld fe the county of How in, at the court
boiue in ftalWbury, on the aecond llonday afer
Uie fourth Monday id March next, and plead, an
iwcror demur to aaid petition, oheraiae it will
be taken proconfraao, and beard tt parte.
OKO. MX Kr, CM. K.
Or I. 28, 1833. (friee a-U. Rt 75.) 3mH9
State of North-Carolina,
(TOItt COVNTT.
(lOrm of JVputy, April term, 1823 1 John
J aton Clemrnia, i.. Achil'ra Deathragri
Original bill to perpefnate tettimony. tt ap
pearing to the ttifctim of the emir, that the
difcmlaitt, Athillrl Dealhrage, doe not reaide
within the Im.itaof iliii Mtc, it thertfore or
dereil, that publication be rra-'r fir l wrtki
aucceaivcly in the W'tfirm Candinian, print. A
at Salisbury, that unlraa 'aaid drf odant ap(ear
at the nel CiMirt of r'.qmty, to he holdrn for
the county of Stokr at the coorl-hmiae in Orr
manton, in the third Momlav af'er the fmirrh
Monday in M.rrli neit, and plead, fiurr or
demur, the bill aill be taken pro cimti o, and
the Caiiae be ( doun fur licnn ei parte.
Copy from Minute. I tt,
JOHN C. BI.t'M, CM. K.
Oct. 33, 1833, (Price d. $).)
8tatc of North-Carolina,
R t aDOLFH COVK1T.
(OLRTol Kquit , fall Term, 1823, laxae
J I'riiiiingon, t . t'harlri Jolmann, and ot li
en : Bill in Kquity. It appearing to t!ie aatii
faction of the Court, that Jainca Harri s "d Har
dy Mall, ami Mry hii ifr, (heir at law cf John
llarria, d.- M.) are not mhibiUntt of thi State,
it aa ordered by the Court, hat publiration be
made in the W tilern tUi-wliiiian for aia week,
that unlea the iid Jamr llarria, anl liar v
Hall, and Mary hia wife, eome forward within
the three firat davi of our neit Court of Kquity
to be held for the count of llandolph, on thr
firtt Monday after the fourth Mondas of March
next, and ahew rauae why they ahall not be
made . partica. dclf mlaiU, anu aiu.at 4k
pbunant'a bill, that the aame will be taken pro
conlcaao, ana IitarU es tiarte.
, A copy, B, J&lUQTT, CUJkL.lL
Price adv, gl ' 6t83
Stite of North-Carolina,
Bl'RKK COVWTT.
Ol'RT of I'leaa and Quarter Peasiona, Sep
U teniber Peaaion, 1823.... Charira M'Dowel,
William Dickton in riirht of hi wife Manrartt,
Athon A. H'Oowell, William Pari on in riglit of
kia wile Sarah, and .Tamci It. M Do ell, heir at
law of Charle M'Dowell, deceaael, it. John
pi iocii, ' 1111am n niiaon, riamuei v 1111011,
ktt. .It li!lt 1'L . .ml?.
George M hitaon, Jamea Whitaon, IVmai Whit
i Joaen
aon, Joaenh Whit n, Ann t liitaojv Poll): VkhiU
aon now Holly Hairdin, itcbeckah wife of Tho-
ma I.. M Entire, I'homaa L. M'EnUre, William
Smith and Sally hi wife, deviaeea of John M'
Powell, dec'-d 1 and John M'Dowell and Jamea
M'Dowrll, heir at law of Joaeph M'Dowell,
, the wti;faction of le courtf that wuw y, nit.
aon, Ramiul Whitann, fleorge Whitaon, Jamci
Whitaon, Thomas Whitson, Ann Whitaon, Polly
Mhitsnn, (now I'ollv ilardirt, and Martin liar
din, ami Thomts L. M'Kntire, reside w ithotit the
limits of thrn atate, onlered, therefore, by the
court, that publication be made for six weeks,
t the Court-Hmne in Moganton, and in the
Western Carolinian, tha utlcss thev appear be
fore the Jmtices of the Court of I'less and
Quarter Sessions, to be held for aaid County at
the Court-1 louse in Morganton, on the fourth
Monday in January next, and plead, answer, or
demur, otherwise the petitioner s petition will be
taken, pro contesso, and beam ex parte.
Attest; J- EKWIN, Cirr.
Trice adr. g3 00 5wt81
State of North-Carolina,
rowan coiiNtrJ 9
"II Y-iirtuc of authorityv jn ine vested, 1 will ex
AKSt'plaffl! Ittmcbxiii
Korcnibcr next t dw Court-Hciuse IrtTSTisbu'ri'T
pMtojWZ trc.t BfJd,iaXalW pperty of
j Richmond J?earann, ien. dr c'd. to Owe rat
lying "on We"horth' aide of tne' South Yldkin,
containing by estimation five hundred and eighty-two
acre, and adjoin the lands of Mrs, Kli
aa Pearaon, Joaeph Williama and others. One
other tract adjoining the above, and contains
about one hundred and fifty acrea. One other
tract, lying between the South Yadkin and Third
Creek, and contaiiia by estimation one thousand
acrea. One other tract lying on tbe aotith aide
of Third Creek, and contain by estimation four
hundred and fifty acres; on -which there is a
valuable grist and saw Mip. 1 On all the forego
ing; tracts, there, are valuable low grounds, a
part of which is hi cultivation. The aforesaid
lsndswiilbesheanhy Mcsi.,Charf.aJulRkfc
desirous of pur
chasing. The terms ot credit will be , made
known on the day of aale. t
ffiail!,""''. ,,,4w&S -
K ;T WILL sell Bty Honte and Lot in Sa
, -I ..liabiirv, on accommodating term.
Apply to T. L Cowan, Esq. or to iriystlf, in Ita
letgh. . There is a good office belonging to the
lot, convenient for a Lawyer or Physician.
JOIIN.DECKWn'II.
Salitbwj, Monk 8, 1823. M Itf (
niuahU Salt cf GOOM,
AT At'CrriON.
f HUH atotk of f ;.! tj the lata firm of CON.
I " EH k Co will be aold at Aoc'mn to
ttie lih'tieat bidtlrr, (without reaervei In th
Town of ( haraw, Mt,lhe 6tH day of November
onaiMiug of aa choice a eoUeCtian him
ever rthibited for tale In thai at it I among
a lilcli are
NjKfflf Cliithund Caatimerea,
Kat'M.eHH Y lute and Hlue I'laina, '
Maunrli and lllanketa,
t'fJnmntle Miirtlng, ar d ffower loom do.
nan itnrna, uiaper,
Calico, unghama,
IUV. and fg.Bilkaand teeraueker
rmbrrllaa, Merino Hhaa la,
Illk. and col'd Canton Crapee,
lilk and Cotton lldkb. of every deacrlptSon,
Camtinck and rambnrk Eobei
K.lrgant worked nUfcr,
A large awortmetit of Ribbona,
Col'd and Nun'alliread and Cotton Balla,
llovierv of every deaeription,
llirvail Lar( and iMging,
Torioi.e f hell and Common Combt,
A large and rh-raiit armcnt of
IIAKII-WAUe.
eon;ting rtf rvery article in the Trade.
rine T. w ine
Vii) pair Ijulir beat quality Moroeee aod Sa
tin Jran ll'Niif and Mioca.
Mi pr Negto Mm,
2do. (i nllrmen'a IWiota,
Frriirh llrandv, Holland Gin,
Janmiea H.im, lrih t hiakrv,
Ma lrira, ( nl nanar and Malaga Wine,
ZS I'.M. Coii'tn Gin, Hum and M bikry,
3 HM. and 3) Itble Muacovado Sugar,
' 9't Ha. ijmf Migar,
2d ki g aaaortt d 'e Cut NaT!,
1 1 Ki ic tleat Ami-riean powder,
bi!o. J3cni'rr af h) r.nfliah IkMible Battle,
KJ,iXJ lit at quality Hpaniah Cigara,
4,'x) ilo. do. American do.
3 Ion Pardtt ami F.nglnh Iron,
A Urge aaari'.rn of
(tI4.A8R.WAnK.
Together with every other article uaually f mnd
mat oumrv autre.
1 KKMH of Kle approved emlered Nntea,
payable lt Frbniary neat or 2 percent dia
count on 'lie bill lor Caah. 6t78
Spt. II, 1833. HARVEY WIl.UAMt.
Tailoring Business,
LLVcoiTav. y. c.
FriflE undersigned informs his friend and tbe
-1 - o-iKlie in crneral. that tie till opened kh6h
of the above business in Lincolnton, N. C. a here
he will be ready at all time! to attend to the
businea of tho who may favor him with tbeir
custom 1 ami from hia long experience in the
businesa, and his unremitted attention to bis cus
tomer, lie hopes to rive reneral satisfaction.
aiMlatiMuanrUaaWof that patrensre which
haebacn so liberally extended to him hereto
fore, in tho western-parts of North-Carolina.
He recei ve tlie lateai burinon every six month
regularly, from Phibidelphii "and- Charletton.
He spent part of last winter with Messrs. Sttirtng
and Frrnitn, the flrtt Tailor of Charleston,
where he made himclf fully acquainted with
their rule of measuring and cutting 1 and he in.
tends to spend part of li a time with them ore,
aionallr, in order to make himself acquainted
with the latest and newest fashiona.
The businesa in bis abaenee, will be conducted
by a steady gentleman, and a roan acquainted
with his Ixiaine.
I expect, in a very short time, to receive from
Philadelphia, card of directions for measuring,
which 1 will distribute in The adjoining countiea,
ia order to enable gentlemen to send their trtea
mirea. and have clothe made without tbe trou
ble of attending in person.
Should any gentleman a iah Cloths, Twill at
tend to the purchase of them in t$y of the
stores in Lincolnton, or furnish them myself,
according to direct iona. Tlie Merchants in Lin
coln on will generally keep excellent supplies
ofel Hha. - .
Ilia businesa will also be conducted, si here
tofore, in Asheville, at his old stand, at Mr. James
Patton's, under the firm of ClagHn (S r$im,
where pranipt attention ahall be given.
Those who are in the habit of getting their
clothe made in Charletton, I would recommend
to Sebring & Ferguson, as I know Ultra to be
firs', rate Tailors.
N. IT. The merchants of Asheville will here
after keep a good assortment of cloths and caa
imeres. DAVID CLAYTON.
Mhnitte, 3t78 4.
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 him as a man
worthy of every degree of confidence, as a man
of unexceptionable character and morals 1 and
;al.ttiec
fcdg ''ifr attend 4o all-rder wrth rwptitiHjei
ami to-xene" every Tnmg m .the hne ot m
busincaa w iUineatfiea and dcspatrk::.: : v
James Patton, sen. Geo. D. Phillip,.
Jas. M. Smith, J. MU. Carson,
H. D. "Vance, J. W. Carson,
JUta-Taatun, ' lsaso Cralana
A. I-. Erwtn,
W. D. Smith,
laa. M. Alexander,
Tbomaa Forster, -
P. Brittain,
Geo. Swain,
Lc ia Chrismaft,
-Saml, Cbunn. -
New Fashions.-'
THE subscriber having very lately received
from his correspondent in Philadelphia tbe
latent tashion from the celebrated shop of Hobb
IS. ff'iiuhretmer, of that city, is now ready to-do
alt r inds of work belonging" to the Tailonng tm
'uu si. He nledsres himself, that all those who
rony favor him with their custom, shall have tbeif
work done in the best style of the fashions of the
dv and onr mmonabte- terms. "Travellera, and f
ottvmtttf wtsirgiwinrMiiaoif homibiice;
can be accommodated witlv a whole suit, on. a
noiice of two ky
punctually attended to. , : ;
THOMAS V.
SnUtbnry, dug. 11, 1823. . '6ft, .
Sheriffs Deeds,
ITtOR land aold by order of writ of venditioni
. exponas, for sale at the printing-office. .
rOMTICAIa.
saaa-tsi wicsTa aircsucif.
MIL SOUTHARD.
Tho ippolntment of Mi. Southard, at
tecrattry of lh navy, is mother evldenti
of ih purity of our repubiiein Inititmlon.
nd.of the mrf btittvid on rr!t,
however humble In tHgln. .MrSoutli
trdai no petrkitnTiriaito toirtlfiind
hai rlaen soltlj "f tb forct of tatt nt.
But few yeara tlnct, he wai private
tutor in friljr of mt f otir ticlgtbar
Ing countlea J ana! It almost dcGca crtdtf
llty Iiaclf to observe with what msgle art
h!a mind haa made Its war. Lot ih pu
rity and Impartislity which haa marked
this appointment ever prevail, and we
may with aafetjr aijr to our country, "Lire
for ever.
We rannot here help relating an anec
dote of Mr. Southard, which occurred la
earlv life. Trifling Inddente often obtain
importance from circumetancea 1 aid the
anecdote allude! ta, had Mr. S. remained
a achoolmaster, would probably never
have been told to e aecond person. .When
about t yean of age, Mr. S. n in uih
ar in the academy at Mendham, N. . at
which the editor of tbia piper, then a
email boy, waa a atudent. Like moat of
hia achool fellewt, hia head waa fuller of
frolic than of atudr, nC hia proncneal to
mischief frequently exposed him to the
ferula, which the principal, the reverend
and truly pioua Dr. Armatronj, used aa
we thought, with an unsparing hand. The
arrival of Mr. Southard wai happy event.
Uia disposition acemed conciliating, and
e hoped to trenigTeii.wiiB. Impunity.
We were aoon undeceived, however, for
the birch waa adJed to the ferula, and on
one occasion the editor of th'i paper waa
brought tip. It waa hia Erat oflcnce ) and
the manner of the usher denoted a eum
mery punishment. Takeoff your coat,"
waa the first animation. JIow he Dcr-
formed thia ceremony, those erdy can
know who have triad hi however, at lat
the coat waa 'off. Stand up here, that
I may jive it 10 you fairly. " These were
the very words 1 although uttered eigh
teen yeara ago, 1 remember them aa well
ai though it waa yesterday. It waa an
snxiou auapenae. On one aide were the
eye,f thirty forty f ray plavfeUowe,
ready to witness my shame- on the ether
a - w
the uplifted rod of the .vindictive usher
It waa torturti The arm moved. I im
agined the blew already on my bark. No
11 leu narmieaa by hia aide f and with
a cool 1 ale your aeat, airr I waa dia
miased. I waa afierwarda the beat boy in
the achool. Had sound whipping acta
ally followed, it would have been regard
ed aa matter of reurae, and the circum
stance have long since paaaed into oblivi
. .1 m . . .
on. uut ine manner 01 tne usher waa
every thing t it can only apeak for itaelf.
1 he princtpaf ef the academy Ttmatfia at
ihe head of an acidemy .aiillrwhiUt the
usher la become head of the navy depart
ment of the United Statea, and one of the
cabinet councillora of the nation- --
TV ihg EAtir tf thi Kaihingtm Republican.
It is a fact, which Drobablr mav not
have occurred to you, that the manifesto
wbtcn accompanied the bill declarinr the
late war against Great Britain, (on ex
tract from which waa published in your
paper 01 1 ueafay last, and which haa
been emphaticallyatyted the aecond Dec
U rat ion Qf Independences wai written by
J. C. CiLHoua.aaChairmenof the Com
mittee of Foreign Relations, at precisely
about the aame age that Mr. Jefleraou
waa when he wrote our firat Declaration
of Independence, which affixed the aeal
of immortality to hia name. It ia equal
ly true that the devotion of Mr. Calhoun
to republican principle a and the true in
terests of hia country, aa la fully evinced
'Mf'MCIl
JTreet patrtottwhoj raa desorvodly
tiTOTnmatedheriffan ofthr"peeple.''
I he coincidence in the early part of the
public career of these atateamen it aingu
iirJjralrikjiig iBd-itthere-be- fna
titled to the above impoaine appellation
aa that of JeiTeraonian . Candidate,"
which has been claimed for another, that
man la John C. Calhoun.-- Wath. Reflut,
V
The late refusal of the French Admi
ral to permit the United States' Frigate
C.ongreaa, having on board 4urMiniatr
le. jjpain, . to enter the port of Cadiat baa
given rise to a good deal of comment, in
a two-fold view 1 1st, A regards the right
of the French covernment to act thua te-
aVd-.l1o- wtin8K-ship of a neotrai -na
tion and, secondly, as regards the con
duci tf-Captf Jioijit,' in turtbs ' aside
from hi object. , , '
On tbe brat of theae pointa there ere
variout; opiniona. We incline te think
that a resort to written authoritiea will
sustain, ihe French government! whilst
reason tin) comtesy, as welt aa tbe gen
eral practice, are against it. TUMiih
geivarament, a tenacious fits prlvlt-esi
ad ai presuming on its strengthj ai t iS-i
other nations, and hli toat h -1
ability lo maintain itl cotistruciiona cfna
tionsl lw, hs, en two ot.ca.ionl, permit -'
ted o-jr national as, with Minitterl
on LgafJ, le pss Ihtough Its blockading '
v;7fdrfmtintoboi;orctpoii.' With '
out having eaimlnrd the atihjct,Jefp!yi. . .
we shoati think That IniaVondocV lif thi ",
French Admiral oUghl to be, and proba
bly till be, disavowed by hit ewa govern
Aa to the ther aubjeel, i think tomaj
of our prima de great inmsfice 10 CapL
UlDDit, in condemning hit conduct, iih
out having the meant to form a proper ea .
limataof it, . ihere it no danger oft'
waot of spirit In our Naval ofTicc rai Thd
danger ia tbe ether way.' We have ntf
doubt Capt. 0.' haa done Mi duty fully, '
Thereat circumstance! cannectcd witH
tbe transaction, we have reason to believe j ,
which, when known, will exonerate him
from blame, even br those most chary ot -Ihe
chivalry of the Nation, and of the Na
vy. We auggest to our brethren, there
fore, to defer the eapresslon of an opin r
ion on the conduct of this absent and gaj
lant oflker, until they have before them - v
the materials whereof to compose one.
Ami. Jnirt, ' 4
" OaaassataaaWBwa
ZXTtaCT. ', ' ; -
It has set onlr been the tomp!a!n
ef ell agca, that life la ahort but Uat '
it ia also luU'of care and anxiety,.
Man, taya Job, h lorn t$ trouble at ' .
the tparhy vpwarJt,. WhaTj ihenj ,
ia Ihere ao desirable IrT life, that w
should be thua fond of it f w Doubtless j "
it hat its pleasures aa well aa ita painaj
Fhough we aometimes meet with ihn$
and briira, yrt, in rn'oy places, the .
way ia strewed with flowen. It ia fot
wiae reasons, that the love ef life is
tmplaotedta man, and though its iwceti '
hay in illov of.bhternet yt I therd
is enough of the former to reconcile
him to the latter As this tn'utnre of '
good with'eiril ia Intended to mate him.
aatiafied with hia condition hcrei to on
10c wmer ninu, tnr uienaing evil wittl
the irood ia desirned it nroof f tbi"" "
imperfection ef hit present ttatelnd It r
to. remind, him that hia time here
but t.pilgrimijej where ht hai TfZf:
continuing' city t but that he haa tc ierfc
inother, not made tvith Hands t eternal -
in the heavent. ' ' 1 '
. Physical Anomalies. K gentfemar
in Windaor Cc. Vt. whoae hearing i.
perfect, can amoke for in hour together,
ind puff the amoke out at the tart, liter
nLe!fi Jherti tbladtamuhi s--aame
place, who hai but cine turbinae;,
tedbone to the riaht noatrU f we hate - '
repeatedly seei htm put I nail, 3 in-"
chci Ion j, into hi mou, and push it
out it the nose with hit Vmgue also " 7
put' i cord into his mouth, and with' , .
draw it from the Dote. . ,. , , r
j : i-V. Bum Mcii InU . . '
, . . . . , . .- . i - .
ruV!ly la the name of a pamphlet late . . ?
ly Issued in this city, front the preaa of: '
Phetpa St Farnutn. It purport a to be con- ,
ducted by a clubhand is to appear peri'
odically. . The ingredients in the first
number are sufficiently tplced with bu-
mor, pua aad repartee, to make it palata ,.
ble among the derourera of light foed
Wo bepe it may prove to be the legitH
mate successor of Salmgundi. "".'V ,
''"' iZii'-'ilL .tz!ton Cabxy -
An experiment by carrier-pi geona haj
recently been made by k company s at ;
aria aTmed" 'at ;liegit- eistane;er jrf eSS!fSp:
ety-ve tagaa; "4
flight waiI06ed irCoblehtzVr tlu&nH
of thirty leagues i tw f them reached
home in two hourt and a half. ,- rTZZTt k I.
A Mr. faux haa pobliahed a book' en- ' ?
titled Membrable Daya in America." '
l"he following is bis noted recolleclion of T:
one of those daya r Slept this night 6$ V
miles from Columbia a dreadful tempeat '
II night I Ibund my bed alive with bugsi H"i
fleas, arid other vermin f rose at two, t
shake myself, and en toy aert of respite -ii-l-"
rfrom hese citeptngnormw
iows Un opening my window I was an- :
noy ed by frejfs innum e rable, of two. ape- " w
cJetMltutlQtttUKwbjatlte
like EbKlUh-irrew;;
others. bitterly lamentine, like thousanda - .
of "chickens deserted by their mother
bent othera bellowing like cowa In tor f - t
row for weaning calveaj v. Tbia cortfubiori 5s
fi-om within and from without, from above t
and from below, apoiled my tiight'a rest,
and teemed to carry me back a few score) '-'
of centuriea into Egyptian plpgucn.- :L
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