i4i.vw tfiu u Vi4Bwft
Tw Urm of the Ww ww 4U
Hcrrvftrr be f .IJows i a"- 'JV1
Advertisements ill be inserted a. CNy cents
per square lor tin tnt Insertion, and twenty-fire
hwi ior tso pioscijueni one, .
. All letters addressed tn the Witor, must be
ft-fxtM, or they j!l not be attended to. .'
State of North-Carolina,-
0W4SJ COCXTT. '" '
1 EQUITY fUce, 224 January, HJ4i Samuel
J Rdvards wan Stcshscjt Cental 11m
defendant til the above case, aivd those inlcrr.
ted, will take notice, that on Monday the 16th
day of February pelt, at my office, at tbe court
house in ftsliifnirv, I will proceed to tak the
sccount subm'itccf (o me la said ease, relative to
tlx value of the negroes mtntioned In the bill
at w'ikli time and place they will please to
3)2 r.RORCE LOCKE, e. . a.
State of North-Carolina,
COURT of Plena and Qusfer Session, Jan.
uary Term, 1 024 1 David Ursdsnaw t. John
8. M tardy j original aUschmetil, levied on land.
It appearing to the court that the defendant in
this eaae is DM an inhabitant of this'ste. it ia
tltcrefore ordered, that publication be made
threo months in the H' m.m Cf-tliuA. fifing
notice tj id defendant to aprsr at the nest
Court of Mom and WuarUr Peaaions to be held
for aaid county, at the court-house in Concord,
on the third Monday of April next, to rcplevr,
plead, or demur, otherwise judgment final will
he entered up against hitn, avd execution awar
ded accordingly. Teati M. Ut NT, e. e. a.
fric adrt. 4. iU3
State of North-Carolina,
MKCKLft nt R(1 COtTT.
riOUltr of Mesa and Q.mrVr ,Seion, No-
J rember ywiona, M2.1: ( harlca F. lloul.
Ricnanl S. flet: Orimnal atUchmeht.
1 Je led in the hawUof Pan Alexander, rwnuhee
1 It appearing to the court that the defendant ia
1 thiae ia unt an inhnli'iUnl .Tll,!a At.l- . il Im
ordered thai publication be made ail wetks is
(tie Western Corolinian, eiriiur notice to the
r said defrndairftn appear at the "neit cwm of
l'Jeat and Qmrnr hcaaion. to be held for aajd
county, at. the cooit-li .ttc in Diarkitte, on tSe
4th Monday in Febnianr neit, to replcry, plead
to issue, or demur, others iae judgment final
will be entered afainat bim. A copy teat,
ISAAC ALEXAN'DKH, c.m.c.
Pne Jr. R2. '93
State or North-Carolinji,
COl!R r of Pleas and Quwur. geu'.on. No-n-mber
5cssionv 182Jt- WJvm All n,
Scymor Taylor : Original attacl.mrnt, levied os
ncero boy Peter, now confined in the public
jail ')( Mecklenburg county s It appearing to
the court that the defendant in this enne i not
an inhabitant of thi State, it il nnh-rrd that
paDlici'ion be made fir six week in the We,
tern Carolinian, printed in Suliilmry, N. C. g:v.
5p notice to the aaid defendant to appear at
the neit Court of !lcaa and Qurtcr Scaiion to
be held for aaij coontv, at the court-house is
Charlotte, on the fourth Monh) in Febninn-
next, to picau to iwir, replevy r .lemur, tuner-,
w. i... v. -h.... .......
A copy : test.
ISAAC ALEXANDER, c.n.e.
State of North-Carolnia,
ROBERT MTOMH, executor of Mary r-'
Comb, t. Jane Kerr : carat to a will. It
appearing to the aat'wfaction of the court, that ,
Margaret, daughter of the bte Uobert Morrison,
since ititcrmarned to some one to (lie court un
known, Wylic Uea and Margnret hi wife, An
drew M'Lerran and Lcena his wife, snd James
Jolinton,a5re inhabitant of snother state i it is
therefore ordered, that publication be made six
weeks in the Western Caroliuiin, thst they ap- j
peir at our next court to be iicbl lor tne county
of Mecklenburg, at the court-house in Charlotte,
on the fourth Monday in February next, and then
and there plead or demur, or judgment will be
entered according to the plaintifPs demand.
By trdcrof court.
Test, ISAAC ALEXANDF.lt, c. n. s.
Price adv. $2. i94
' House and Lot for Sata
rttEuliscrlber wishes to sell Tiis house snd
by himself, ss s tavern. The estatjilishiiieDtJ
so generally known,, that it wmihi be of little
service to dese ribe it parricufcirly litis, perhsns,
the most eligible stand for a public houne in the
r wertern psrt of North-Carolina j it ia within 80
i ) r' ine court-house in Salisbury j is laie
nu ewtivewiem, auHfiitww wn-auHUinga.
A very tnoilerate price will be taken for the ea-
I' tablishmenr, and pavment made eauv. Any
' - ... .' v.... .. :u J. 'ii
jicnun w j.ihiikj w iurviHisr, n iu uu wen in ai'-
. plv soon, ss the subscriber is how determined to
tf sell, and remove to his farm in the country. Lct
ten directed to tlie subscriber, hi Salisbury. N.
C. will be duly attended to.
JOHM HOWARD, Stn. .
SaMitry, JVc. 2, 1823. 83
ON the Subject of the Presidential Election,
addressed to the citizens of North-Csrolin,
i for sale at the cilice of die Western Carolinian,
t j AF a good cjuahty, for sale at thiaofllcei some
K . i w at one dollar twenty-five cents, and a larger
kind at two dollars, per ream.
! ' Vrriting Paper,
'e at onc'Dy therenmj' foolscap
. j A at three dollars, and pot at two dollars and
t fifv swrit per ream: . -
Hemcnt and VIitncr.
CfHf t Dacca U Slatt ttrtrti. - - w r
t r we aiaavB. a larjre aaauiireetn of
CUfio i fctnpr
Teaa ' , . . Copperas '
Horn . Alum '
Drand : Cilauher.Balla
W . ad.kr '
Winee, of all kind I'owdcr nd Jhur"-
repfier Lead. Lc. tut.
M blch thev are determined to aril aa W u
trier can poetibly be afTorded, for nth. Tallow
and fk-cewag received in payment, for whirb the
niKnear mar in pnc iU oe aJIovrd. Countrt
Merchants wlihinr to nurchaae Cwm. kih
do eli to call and eiamine foe liiematKee.
U. 18ZJ. I3t9ft
Steam IJoat 3Iaid of Orleans,
- - ate
Cheap Wholesale Store.
Offttni CHKRAW,; i '
Are. 72, 1823. C
fllllR Itaid of Orleani (harinf; been detained
L for repair more than a month lonrrr than
the time aiHrcdted by written contract) hueom
mencrd her regular tripe to thie place, and arri.
red tl.ii day with taluaolo Cargt ot at Iraat
130 ton 3IVrchandize.
the is to be a rerular trailer bet wren this nUe
sad Charlraton. tnorbinr fur frelrht aitd ma. I
v for anv immirl.ni frriirli. M, ; nnnl,.,i
with LiLtcrt, ami mch othr eonvenience aa
warrant her owner in atatine. eonfukntlv. thil
ahe will hc ahle to lay down jpwda at either
place, in the kmet Hate of the Kim, in 8 to
10 daya j arvl on a fiur rirer from 4 to 6 dava.
Her o nrrt have provided wharfi and are.
hnff at both place, cwenient, eatf and nndt-r
uto'T. Tl.cy uiU alvncr cii and good on
Cotron and prtKlurc !iippl by her, rd II for
a cnuimarv commiaion. Ihey will rtrciite
any onlT at ChHcton, Baltimore, Pluladi-I-
r"it or ,-VrR, in each of which plcrtbrj
' ",Jr eeionaiira nc-m, ant tliry ao'icit the
publ patronage for t!,i Dt snd their Whole
sale Store st this plsee, only so far u the csn
make it thrir interest to ue the one, and buy
from the other.
Conncled with the shore Host, the snbcri.
bcra bane cetabCaiurd iFHrnU and s
sure their cuatomers a liberal course of dealins
and Wr prices, very low, tx cauac their goods
have been and will be aelectrd from the princi
pal markcta in the t'nited Mates and under all
pnaible advan'arc for bnving low ; and their
imBl shall be cliaryed with a ht hand, so
light ss to mske it the interest of country deal
ers and when to (jet manyTif their suppKcs
from this eetablishmetit. By the Jtaid of )r-
UuOO. thmp V .ki- Amp iiiJ - t -fc-
onc-tliiid of their purchaaca, j( which have been
mn& in Kew-Tor, Boston, rix'Uwlelphia, and
at some of the prindnsl marmfactoriet;) the
reaidue of which will he received hy the neit
trip of the Boat, aay about the 6th to the 8th of
January. Hieir purchase conaiat of Hie folios
injr h sding srlicica, viz : 2X) barrel of Whis
key ; 29 Midi, northern Rum , S doS. Orleans
do ; 5 do Jamaica do ; 5 do W. I. do 2() do Su- j
pn i 30 do prime retailing molasaei; pipes and
3r. cnk Cognac Rraixlv j llogsliciui Gin, Ma
eria and othtr Wines, (tome 7 year old:) 100
pu era Dundee Hanging, ii in. t 2 bale twine
30 coils Hale Hope ; 1'JO b ColTee; 20 do
p.ppt.r ,n,j p;n,ento ; CO ton. Sweden imn ; 1 do
ti.riran steel, i iio mencan do i 3 do nlotieh
moulds i 2 do ahot 1 1 do bar lead i 4 do Hollow
t are, aasotcd s 2 do shot, aaaorted ; 20 Krgs
Ihipont FK. and FFF. Powder ; 1 JO do wrought
andnit nails r Stirrers retsilirifricer 2Wesiks
cheese ; 4 dor.. Philadelphia mill ami cross cut
JSwj csaks ot hammers, Carolina hoes, trace-
cluins. Trow els, &c. Axe bundle Spade, Shov.
els and Frying pan ; boscs Candles, Soap, win-
dow Ola; Sodoz. Whittc more ' Cotton Cards;
1 1X1 lo V ool llati j 50 do llorain or napt do ; 50
do B'aver do Blk. and White ; 20 do Children's
morocco do Shoes in trunk and cases, assor
ted; Crockery in crstes i 20 barrel trsin or
tanner's oil s 30 Nixon' putcnt csst iron Ploughs,
the best patent in the Cnion, and well worthy
thu" attention of the planter i 20 barrel fhad
and mackerel; 20 doz. Corn Brooms; rose,
point and dnffil Blanket.
BF.KHS, BUNNELL k CO.
CAcro, Per. 22, 1823. . t96
Cash and Goods paid for Cotton, Wheat,
rwx-Hced,dry Hides, am! most kinds ot produce,
Yadkin Navigation Company.
T17HF.REAS, the bond tsken hy me a an
- f v agent nf thrf compsny, - hsre been trans
reiTedbyjyMcrv to HirsTn Jennings, in payment
oT iihe sceonrttH ordJenmngsMl John Htxon,
spsinst the company and tor the amount o(
which hbrids, Hirhm Jehhirtgs, for himself and
John Hlxon, hat heretofore limited receipts to
the Company; which bond have again been
placed in my hands by said Jennings for collec
lion, as hi syenU .Aaft'cs is, therefore, hereby
given, that unTJaa payments are mide""bjrihe
third Monday of February next, being in the
week of Rowan county Court, or some satisfac
tory arrangement to that end, that immediate
ly after that time all such bonds will be put ia
9t92 A. NESBITT,
Xuv, 25, 1 833. J)srtiUtforH. JrmUngt.
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM the subscriber, on the 25th December
last, a Dajiple Grey MJJtE, about 15 hand
high.-slemler formed, with a gear behind each
shoulder, with a tail rather longer than common
lonir hh. Also, at thr aamr time, a amhll JBuv
ana roach mane ; no other marks or brands re-
eollectedi'' - - - -
Any person'returning said mare and horse,
or giving any satisfactory information of the
isme, to the subscriber, at Society Hill, 3. C.
shall receive a suitable reward, together with
the thatiks of the owner.
DAVID. B. BF.LL.
-8init.g Jank 9, 124, ' JW2
rai ran avoif
Jr, Ml i B ailoeinj Re tok M
lowing iixiiiriet throiiS the rjtium of your
l"" tine eptr,yeu ill eotiV artWle f.
WO our old s-J sliaeeee U taawaa.
1 1 T What Ii the rtaeort tfl I6tt4 peo
ple wMull.faUtVoV)B thtvuih
vvould toiwcr thefr pulomUueri -3.
What it tbe Dri'ple which ct
Rlcs tome mtrji wh ihty form lecia
lom that areyjuriAJi U partici, tmtfl.
ting to comrson avnir. tod irreconcil
- l ' w
able to theAlictitct of cooicieacef
3. Wha is M reaiea that certain
mechanic cip1ain of the pressure of
thciimesillibcrality of the public, ftnd
want cfetnployraeot, when they can al
ly hod it convenient to leave i profi.
table job to lounge about the taverns ?
4. V hat is the It mod that, whencv
er r pretty.ficrd beau is to be seen in
the Culp;t, the fcnle part of the con
gregation is increased in the ratio of
tiity two and a half per ceotf
5. Why da some people estimate a
nWi resptcuhilitv bv his apparrcl. his
talents by hitrsrafiotjanu his wea"
by his qu page i
.e. W'ht ii the reason th.if eertam
micli .ins. li.urr in the t' to''-
r "caih buMncsMo.ircdif, name
one price for ao jrude Jd charge ao
7. Whv ia nnl rvrrv .tie vilL
two or three hu-xlrrd
casionally furninh. ri st itHh' " d'
dnilies itnd a fe pupixn Ptrol the
streets t night, wh d halloo, Wov
horns, scrape ei6" sf a serenade
ar every con" d charm all nature
. . y t ..it .i
ith thr $i'trt cirvtoi "ijiow, ine
I. Uatisthr reastmthatsorr.epeo.
pie sJutc y-u with wartflprofcsi nsof
frieoilsh'ip, ho io sreret arc r mploi r d
in lo backbiting, and every DHitrmpji-
We artifice to destroy your icputatioo
9. VVhv do the people appcint repre
sent tve to make laws for .fair own
bernefit, in preference t thai of their
10. What is the reason that certain
gentlemen of the bar do not rxamine
their rlaims before they are -put into
the shcrifTs hands for collection, Irst
pcradventurc, some of the delinquent
might prove to be their creditors ?
It. What is the reason thttnmeprr
lor.n, who have the reputation of being
the moat worthy and useful citizens,
are religiously scrupulous against de
voting a few shillings to relieve a fel
low being in distress ?
A GOOD STORT.
Among the first settler of Bruns
wick MinCj was Djnicl Mulrolm, a man
of undaunted courage, and n inveterate
enemy of the Indians, who guve him the
name Sur;urnumby,i.e. very stronj; man.
Enrly in the spring he ventured alone into
the forest for the purpose of splitting rails
from the spruce, not apprehensive of the
return of the Indians so early in the icason.
While engaged in his work, and having
opened a log with small wedges about
half Us length, he was sui priced by Indi
ans, who crept up and secured his imitktt,
standing by hi side. (Siir jmnniby,' said
the chief,4 now me got you ; lonj? me want
you: you Ion? time speak Indian, long
time worry him ; me have got you now,
look up stream to Canada.' 4 Well,' said
Malcolm, with true sang froid, 4 you have
me ; hut just help me opm this Ior before
Igo tLThf .!'iihe in number, agreed.
Malcolm prepared a large woo7rerruedge7
carefully droie ifrtook'oufhrs smM ved'
pes nd told the IndUnsto po: in their fin
gers to the partially clefted wood, and help
to pull it open: they did; he then sudden
ly struck out his blunt wedge and toe alas
tic wood instaniiy closed, fast on their fin
glrsTand tel.eCured Ihenn
Asa Wild, of Amsterdam, N. Y. has
published an account of a glorious -vision
presented to him by the Almighty, in
which he ssys, the Lord told him that the
millennium was near ; that in seven years
there would be scarce a sinner to be fmind
on earth; and that within thai time twn
thirds of the inhabitants of the wrjd would
be destroyed by wars, famine, pestilence,
to Isil piarucuIarly,,oiHhc vatious tlenom
i!??fewng" Ctmstians, alt of
whoro have become extremely corrupt,
and now constitute the New Testament
Babylon. In their stead a new denomi
nation is to bo raised up of small learning,
who will have higher authority, superior
inspiration, ana greater nounessunan was
. a ' a
ever experienced before. ludgrl
CONGItE89...fi Senate. .
Jan. 33 A comraurjlcation was re
ceivc4 from the Legislature of the Sute of
Indiana, praying e donation of Undst-or
grasit of a certain per tentage on the sV.s
of public lands, lor the purpose of making
a Canal from Lake Erie to tbe river Web
asb. , ReferrtsJ to the Committee on
Roads end Canals.
The bill from the House of Reprtsen
tativei luthorldnf road to be made from
Memphis', in Tennessee, to Little Rock,
f the territory of Arkansas, was read the
IhVd time, and passed.
Mr. Jackson from tbe Committee on
Military Affairs, reported bill author!
sing the laying Mil and making a mjlita
ry road from r'crt St. Philip to New Or
leans, snd makiigspproprlation therefor;
which bill was csd, and passed to a se
cond reading, and the report and docu
menu were orrered to be printed.
Jan. 24 Tie Senate did not sit to-day.
Jun. 26-.Ur Smith gave notice that
he sUuld to rorrow ask leave to Intro
d tic" a hill, making appropriation for the
gradual armrfntnt of the new fortresses
of the United States.
Mr. Hsyoe, from the Select Commit
tee to whom, wts referred re solution
from the House of ReDrtsentitJves. oro
vtitne lor the sending ot a shipot the line
to convey the Marquis Lafayette to Amer
ira, reported a new resolution on the sub
ject, as an amendment to tne one iram
ihe other House. 1 Ma resolution rs
fue st the President of the United State
to eipress to the Marquis the grateful
assurance of the respect and gratitude of
the government towards him and also
authorizes the President, whenever the
Marquis intention to visit this country
shall lie made known to him. to aend a
public veel to convey that distinguished
individual io the land to which, in early
life, he had rendered such eminent ser
It was unanimout!' passed to be engros
;edt and rend the third time ; and, subse
quently, had its third reading, by general
consent, snd passed.
Jan. 27 -In pursuance of notice given
yesterday, Mr. Smith asked and obtained
leave to introduce a bill lor the gradual
supply of cannon, bombs, and howitters
for the new fortifications. The bill was
read, and passed to a second reading.
The bill to aholirft imfiritonmntt fur debi
was taken up, and made the order of the
dy for Friday next.
IIOrSE OF REPWF.SKNrATIVES.
Jan. 23 Mr. M'l.sne, from the Com
miMee-of Waya and Means, reported a bill
making appropriations for the support of
Government lor the year 184 ; and a bill
making appropriations for the military
service of the United States, for the year
1824; which were twice read, and com
Mr. Condict, of New Jersey, submitted
for consideration the following rcsolu
44 HetQli-ed. That the Committee of Ns
val Affairs be instructed to inquire how
far it may comport with the public good
to change the mode of compensation to
Navy Officer, substituting a gross sum
per unnum in lieu of all ellowances now
44 Hcnolved, That the committee on
Military Affairs be instructed to inquire
how far it may be expedient and proper
to change tbe mode of payment to army
officers, substituting a gross sum per an
num in lieu of such pay and emoluments
as re now allowed."
On motion of Mr. Vance, of North Ca
rolina, it was
Kettlvcd, That the Committee on the
Post Office and Post Roads be directed to
inquire into the expediency of discontin
uing the post route from Yorkvillc, in
comle -county,, in .Iforth ( Carolina nd
transporiirtg the mail, weekly, from'Lin
co'nton, by Moore's Mill, in Rutherford
county, lo Rtitherfordton, North Carolina.
On motion of Mr. Conway, it was
Ketolvei, That tbe Committee on In
dlarTAffaira be irTbTrucIedTO"1nqu1rr Into
the expediency of authorizing the Presi-
d'jnt of the United Ststes to purchase of
the Indian tribes west of the state of Mis
souri and territory of Arkansas and Mich
igan, as much territory as will be suficient
to give room for those tribes of Indians
Within the present states and territories,
who may wish to migrate westwardly.
THE GBKEK qURSTIOsT.
The JJouse then again resolved itself
inter a Committee of tW' whole," Mr.".'Ty-'
lor injhe xjiairc the Un-
ioik afldJrejumcjJ the consideration of
agent to . Greece, nd the amendment ;
thereto proposed by Mt. Poinsett, which
proposes to limit tbe resolve to the ex-
prenion of a sentiment decisively favora
ble to tbe Greek cause . ' .
Mr Cutbbert, (who had, by the custom
of the House, tho right 'to fie flw. hav
Ing moved that the committee rise,,
delivered this sentiments to the house
h was followed by Mr. Clay, and Mr. ,
Randolphjwheri the house adjourned. "
Jan. 24 Mr. n )d laid on the Ue
the fllowag, fur comidciatkw on Moo
day neit i : ; r ' "
feaoA-r, That the PreMent U re
quested to cause to be laid before this
House an estimate of the eipence which
would be Incurred by transporting the
troops now at tbe Ceurall Bluffs io tbe
mouth of ike Columbia or Oregon rivers.
Til 0EII ,1'BSTIOV.
The House then again resolved itself
into i committee of tbe whole, Mr. Tay
lor in the chair, on Mr. Webairr'a reso
lution, for sending an agent lo Greece
and the amendment thereto proposed by
Mr. Poinsett, which proposes to limit the
resolve te the exprestionrof sentiment
decisively favorable to the CVeck cause.
Mr. Randolph then rose and made
speech of some length, and was followed
b Messrs. Webster, Fuller, Daniel, and
Clay t when the House adjourned.
Jan. 26. -Numerous petitions wero
J resented j among which was one from
ohn Wilcox and others, praying Con
gress to take measures to perpetuate
peaco between this country and Great
Mr. Livermore In presenting this pe
tition, aaid, that he feared tbatthc object
of it, however desirable, was unattaina
ble, by any act of legislation ; vet, as the
petition was couched in respectful tertna,
lie had not refused to present it to the
The House then resolved itself into a
committee of the whole.on Mr. Webster's
and Mr. Poinsett's mot ions respecting the
Greeks ; Mr. Taylor in the rhair hen
Mr. A. Smyth of Virginia, cVlitered
his sentiments against tbe resolutions, in
a speech which ocsupied the H use till
Mr. Rich, of Vermont, said, I at he
would respectfully suggrat to tho com
mittee, whelherr considering the diversi-
ty of opinion which was known lo exist,
it would not lie advisable lo rise without
taking the question, cither on the amend
ment offered b the member from South
Carolina, or tlie original resolution. And
with so understanding that, unless in the .
course of the session, something should
occur to create greater unanimity, the '
subject should' not be fun her pressed up
on their .attention. In order to obtain
the sense of the members on thi point,
Mr. R. said, he would more that Ihe com
mittee rise, and he submitted that mo
tion. Tle motion pre v,iled, area 131.
Jan. 57.Mr. Webster, from tlie com
mittee on the Judiciary, reported a bill
more effectually to provide for the pun
ishment of certain crimes against the
United States, and for other purposes ;
which was twice read and committed.
The resolution offered yesterday by
Mr. Mercer, (cslling on the President for
certain information touching the suppres
sion of the Slave Trade,) was culled up
and agreed to. ,
On moiion of Mr. Livingston, it was
Neiolved, That the committee on the
Post Office and Post Roads consider and
report on Ihe propriety of establishing s
more direct communication between the
seat of government and the city of New
Mr. Hemphill moved to postpone the
orders of the day, to ukc up Ihe bill for.
obtaining the necessary sureys, Ice. on
roads and canals. The motion was car
Mr. McLane, of Delaware, then deliv
ered his sentiments, at considerable
length, on the constitutional question in
volved in the bill.
At the lequest of Mr. Archer, of Va.
the committee then rose, reported pro
gress, and had leave to siLagain,
WUDSOK, (k. T) JAN. IS. -
Cttrimt fatt. In one ward of this ritf,
there were 11 and a Tew cetits'sulvscrt-
bed for the relief of the unfortunate suf
ferers who had lost their all at Wiseasset
andrtlna fourwrr fellow tm7ensvand -had
been reduced to the last extremity of
wretchedness and misery, by a destructive
conflagration; but for the relief of the
Greeks, who live upwards of 4,000, miles
off, and of whom we know little either of
their Christianity or civilization, this same
ward has given about 200. I he max
im, that 4 Charity begins at home,' appears -to
hnve been reversed in this instance
So much stronger is enthusiasm than syaa-
patby. '," HTirg. '--
Monitor of ; the 6th inst-tsy the. bilt
which passed the Senate Scme iime since,
to continue the burning system in rela
tion tQ tbe Commonwealth's paper, un
derwen; a change in the House of Repre
sentatives last week : It is intended to
call in the "paper .t the nte of one per
cei U per month and x it ui."