T lb tkt H'fii-n Curimiun, .
Sir l II it practice sanctioned b long
usage, to acknowledge i be reception of
i St JvCt . IUl ifiUiJ DJTt IIilkcu itir in
to do to, 1 eannol tell urUi it was, tbst
Ar, Crawford wsi I pr'rtf Ctd msn, end
they tlii) it In pity 10 him and lilt friend.
1 he eecond letter dfendt Mr. Craw,
fnrfi from the tharire ef federalism, which
fvor. t iDfcUtlf of lclicr end to tvli, ,nm- tvttnti has unrenerouslr
press ibt liH iftwi feel of obligation t,,rge4 upon tiro. The proof
in our correspondent! but Ihe writer ltr0Dg0f fcl. Innocence, that Ihe tnost
or four letter which I have Uteljr had iU lcrupUioue mrnx be snitfied, not that
p'e.sire of reccMng, his chosen lo con-. thf UgUtit nidresi It any ether than
cel Ms name, and I am not tuflklent- fcjcri tddress every wonl anj icntl
y vemnt In b literary productione or BfM to M Cin perceive, it In ttrict
m rowempomlesto know their works UDil00fihibelrprlnclpUt-buthrnut
br thrir race. I lop mr unknown tor- MtUl that, elibouth It It a federal
respondent W eeUiM o receive ray iddrttt, yet Ar. Crawford, who aided In
acknowledgment! through yoJWulpe- lts production, ! notwithstanding , Br
per. Should he object to IhU method or 0W jt t t0 i rack versatility
hewhf mr good breeding, uH Mm iti heti (httK mm it en ecfrr politician.
the fault, if any. ot fleptrune; irum me Th hlr( kttr defendi bit. Crawford
cuttoroary cwurte, it cbergeawe on mm- from bf lnirjc 0r imrfpie; It reaiy
irlf. v I paint me to read thit letter, to ob terra
My letter writer Ktt out with a rooti wilh wJu, difficulty the wrker deeceidi
dolorous complaint of tne in osage anu ,0 ,he jevej0f (;0f a.rke. But jrhat
precuilon which he tnott truuitomlj I rtjM m fcclinic to their Hgheit licb,
Leaped on the Hon. wrn. u. rw- jt t0 ,,,11 he condeiini dewfortf
ford j a Rentlemiti, whoe eitlted tilenU t0CMTr a lotihtome lod, aMfoflguii
nt ttinuet hve rle d hirrii 11 A Mjrt, j,,a. ctih 1 hi nr. exiled hk txctUentv.
: : . 1 . . . . .t . tt 1. 1 "" ..
to he l.ir iitim 10 ine throuffkout hie Dohtiol rc wwen we
trar or this commonwealth. I, too, Mr.
Kdltor, he etroif ubjectloot to ell UUk
ml bue of Mr. Crawford, or anr other
mn : hut ir I mliuke not, the writer hat
different niotWe rrom mine J for, accor
dinsc to hit reaof(injf in the of Co
r ror Clarke, if he can only make it be
1elieed that Mr. Crawford ii abuted, ill
ire4ted and peneculedi if, I tat ,he can,
b any mum mke thit fact be firmly
a moment oninn n(cur ui mu"
J)id you eer, Air. Prlatet hear of "a
Jagoa" prowioff out of a tuni tree
Doet not its eifitence, 00 he conirarjr,
alwiya auppoae tome degr of vn$oud
urn, of corruption io the hert of the
ubitance wbicb produce It! Urioudf ,
it appeart to me, tl.at alihoujh fr. Ctaw
ford ma not be chargeable in aor degree
with intrigue, yet hi adwate lj ui
feated, in hU second letter, that he ia
hetieved, ii, of itself, will injure him the
aupport of Georgia, whether the perte- ittJe j0 wh roijr b tif r
rution be merited or uamrritcd. Ad ctjjf(j mtVMgtmrnt. And bow doethe e
l.um-n nature ia eerr where the tame, CXite from ,ng cnirc In thit letter
(d, to the honor thereof, it at ttrongljr yhtt forh. br calllne UDon a number
movml br fitv at by ain.o I nr other ofl D ...... rii.iu v.aticir buv m
it compotin p-iria) the iiiference it al ,.!.:. k hther or not they have
.. .. r ' F,in" been nractUed on h th Seretar. fWi
tilde cm be brought to the tupport or U. .,. .. l 'j
.a auuuuiBi in at a w urn 1111 1 il' uh anna man
Mr. Crawford, when added to the votariet
err tied by bit ret I mcriu, or, ir you
pl'ate, by hit talrnii and hi services, hi
elevation will be turr
it teem to m? vmiewhat remarkable,
that thit author, after hint: taken up hit
prn to refuif 1 he calumniiort or Mr.
('raw ford, thould be able to find to few
objections and to few ;cifi:ationt. 1,
ho mind my own aff.iiri, have, by one
meant or other, heard nuny more than
pur, which are all ihe charges he can
rike and tcrape ; aod, even for tome of
thrm he hss to dig among tilth and dirt
enough, quite to ditgutt his delicacy. 1
do not intend, sir, to attempt to disprove
any or the arguments which he so tri-
agemtnt re predicated of Afr. Crawford
that it ia intimated that the procedure is
so indelicate, so open, and so grott, that,
at ia the cite or John Anderson, it it ca
pthte or judicial adjudication?
The fourth letter embraces the subject
or J7r. Crawford a oapability to perform
the duties or President of the United
States; and unquestionably proves (if a
ttrtiont prove any thing) that he is a good,
yet, an ciceilent lawyer; that he is at leatt
a tolerable schoolmaster ; and that he is a
man or plainness and or economy ; and
finally, of good morals and finUhed edu
cation. Be it so. I have no mind at all 10
provoke cither the Secretary or his eham
ftlfiffV I havw tif tin anl iAm fAa ri a .
impMntlr urge, in favor of the man or oIs def nd ba ,
h.ich ,ice. I wish that all be says may lha yt ,or man Xq
be true ; I have no desiie to be convinced,
that man holding the station that he does,
' is destitute of those merits which he at
tributes to Mr. Crawford, much less, that
he possesses the disqualifications which it
is the object or the author to deny and
disprove. It is not, therefore, with any
drtign or fastening the imputations on
Mr. Crawford, that I shall make any stric
tures on those letters, but merely (to evince
tii t l.nvrever, pure and iuimatuUte Mr.
I '.. vfVd may be, he is unfortunate in
tli- irwanre i and, like miny other wor
ihv men, ii likely to sufUr by the unakil-
-fulncav or his advocate.
Our letter wri'er, in his first letter,
takes such a deadly aim at Mr. ..M'Duffie, been h m,By mineMf conducte(J: For
President or the United States who has so
far conformed to the reigning honorablr
practice, as to take away by design, the
life or his fellow mm. Dut at I here
publicly decline all concern in duels, I
will not unnecessarily provoke the letter
writer, nor yet Mr. Crawford, by any ex
amination or hit claimt io this caso ; for
I can very well suppose the delineation to
be a correct one, and yet believe that
there are other persons in the Union as
well or better qualified for the trust un
vation : I dislike the tealout spirit in
which the contest for the Presidency has
ntw eypeirtd u!rb!y evideat it.at ia
rh!au. likely 10 be tncounteted in sue
acc,from more qtiartart than ne, wi
be of no very contemptible chirttter.
' tii a oatut.
An article from Constantinople of Oct
3S, J observes 1 Whilst the joumalt ol
Smyrna and tbtir contemporariet were
tntounclng the drfcit of the Creekt, the
lai :r gained a aignal victory at fjptl, en
Um lt of Oct. and following diys, over
tncchapetalt Albanete or Skodra The
lot) of the Turk 1 were 3000 men. The
Cricks had 200 men killed and I S women
ton he Etolian femelet have formed corp
wncfc do not yield ti valor to their but
bares ad hrwHM. .
hit a curious fact, observe! Lai fafet,
(Win Seneca a Mtdta, the chorot dit
tlactly predicu lha diKovery of America,
which, took place hoo years atier inai
mrii wit wrhlen. In the nattare here
alluded to, Il it laid," A new tiphyt. a ton
of the etrth, will, in tgtt to come, discov
er rcanatv regions towtrdt the West, and
Tkole will no longer be the eitremity of
the universe. ,
fn t time he lias hd him for a mark.
nothing to him, nor to his purpose, anv
further than he can make it be believed
that he is managed by Mr. Calhoun.
Now it appeared to this gentleman neces-
ia st a? 1
sary, 1 suppose, to at tacit anq souse r.
Calhoun in some shape or other, for this
plain reason, that Calhoun miKht be V
thr tpjv of that elevation which he de
sires for Crawford. Here is one blunder,
that he should, because he is persecuted,
think it necessary to become persecutor
in his turn. I wonder that he has no rears
of exciting that same pity and compassion
in favor ol Calhoun, which, in the outset,
lie bespoke for Crawford. I do not under
stand that there was any impropriety in
the instituting the jngmrjcallcd for by
ir. M Duffle; the offence seems to be,
that it should be set on foot by tovkg
"iV'IJiiffief at the' Instance and undcf the
influence of ytunz Calhoun ! I suppose
both of those gentlemen have attained the
ace required by Ihe laws or their coun
my own part, I approve or the conduct
of Lhe J'riend of Jr. Adams, in this sec
tion, who. relying on the superior qualifi
cations or their favorite, do not think it
necessaiy, in order to establish his claims,
to diminish the character of either of his
competitors. Partial as I am to this tru
ly great man, I should feel my confidence
preatly diminished, if his frien?)s wtw
dr iven to such methods of supporting his
claims. a farmem.
L.ITEST FROM EUItOPK.
The packet ship William Thompson ar
rived at N. York rrom Liverpool, haing
be,n obliged to put into Cork, where she
wat detained until the 13th Dec. B
thit arrival the editors of the Commert ijl
Advertiser have received .copious file or
THE SUPREME COURT
of tide State, which had been In twofi for five
weeks In KaWigti adjourned m Saturday, the
31t uhiaM. We publiah below, the deeiaiont
of the Court In mch eaaet a appear te be of b
tertat to oar reader.
JoUah Turner adm'r. . Wis. Whit
ted ciecutor and Lrm. Wbitted ex'r
Fouity Orange. Decree In favor of
Compljinintt, referred to the Clerk to
allot and civide accordingly.
David ll'Vlillan v. Noble Doldeo and
David Mrert Equii Ouncombe. It
t ordered that aurvey and putt of the
Kt4 In controverty he made and iTUd In
th cause before a final dcirte can be
Ji et C. Deatty v. Jimes F. LI lie
Equ rrom Hutherford. The oriitinal
agre nent between purties not bring
filed the cause was continued for the
Jo 1 rkwmn adm'r. v. J4mes Green
lee tinV. and Crurlrs M'Dowell adm'r.
F.dji'y from Hutke. Report to ihe
Clcrlj filed arrording to the order of ref
rreni ut this term, time till next term
to exirpt to the same. ,
Job EJhir v- John Rsy, from Ashe
Rule for a new tritl mde absolute.
I rtrn.,t t lanry and others v. James
B- Dukey and others, trom Orange. Rule
for a lew tritl discharged, and iugdment
afTirmjd with rosts.
lvevn L. t, raves v. Konert Mliott,
from Uuthcrford. Judgment affirmed
Solcmon Craves v. Sarah B. Carter,
rom Ciswcll- R:'e for a new trial made
abtolarf. - - - .
Hie President, Directors Ic Co. or the
Bank of Cape Fer v. James Seawelf,
from CumlKi land. Rule for a new trial
Philip Kiler r. A'el Bowles, from
Stokes. Rule far a new trial made abso
lute. Thomas Knight v. Joseph Dobson and
others -Equity from Burke. Decree
that the sale or the land wat fraudulent
that the defendant who purchased .holds,
the same in trust for the payment or the
c6mpljant't demand. Decree that the
(a I t tastt It fore a final decrte 9 a U
made in ihe rt,
fJanismln 3. Br iitaln t . Wm. D. Smith
rrem Uuntombe. Rule for 1 new tria
Charles Datoach, to the use of Hunter
r. Robert Work edm'f. from Iredell
continued for amendment of the trtoa
eript of the record.
ea'rt. from Wilkr t. Rule for a new irU;
discharged. The act of 1715 relative to
limiting actions against dead meo'i e.
titet, it a tir to an action-e gainst an etecu
toi di ion lor.
Thompson Hunt 9. Charles fialn. from
istut. On argument the rule mado abr
solute, and certiorari ordered.
Francis L. Hawks, Esq. of Newbern,
re appointed Reponer of the caiet dec!
did in the Supreme Court.
English anJ lush pipers to the latest I Vtll:rimmrTrt oTrtrrrd
same be sold to satisfy the debt due the
Joah Akxandet y. .John B. Hutchinson,
from Mecklenburg. Kule lor a new tri
al made absolute.
Den on Dem. of Tegsn Tosse v. Rogers
and Browr.,from Buncombe. Rule gran
ted on the Clerk of the Super! jr Court to
shew cause wherefore an attachment
should not be granted. Od the return or
the service of the rule, it is enlarged un
til the next term.
John Yorke v. James Criswell, from
Iredell. The appeal not bring filed
within the three first days or tiir term, is
ordeti d to be ui ken from the (! cket.
Solomon Jicob v. John Fartal, from
Iredell. Rule for a new trial madt abso
The Governor, &c. to the use of Cham
taat yea aiw-voaa aat4.
" We have received from Washington
several letters. The amount of the Intel
ire nee imparled to ut, and it may be re
ceived as authentic, is as follows 1 The
riends of Mr. Clay kavt had a meeting io
relation to a eaotus, and hnt positively
derided thai they would attend one, un-
ess for the purpose or debating its netted,
by voting against any recommendation by
the members of Congress. belher the
atler course would be adopted, or wheth
er the unconstitutional measure should be
defeated by absenting them Ivet, was not
finally decided upon. 1 he fri-nds of Mr.
Adams were also to meet during the pre
sent week, for the same purpose, i. -. to
determine whether they should doom the
caucut to a positive or1 negative death ; or,
io other word, whether they thould kill
the monster, or let it kill itself"
The following is from atjrentlemaq whoae
mean of obtaining correct ?ilrrmatim ara of
the beat kind, and who would not knowingly
miarrprrwnt. In addition to which, what he
here atatta i confirmed by a letter from a mem
ber of Congma from Maryland, ainl one from
western member, now before ui.IUlt. Pal.
Kxlratt lo thr Editor.
wasniaoTO. j a jr. 31.
The report ef Mi of ISO members of
Congress being willing to go into caucus
is entirely incorrect. You ae authorised
to aay distinctly, that according to the
best estimate that can be made, rrem
great pains to find th'e truth or rctt. there
are 181 members of Congress oppoted to
a caucua nomination, 67 in favor, and 1
undetermined, (total 258, the whole num
ber or membera exclusive or two candid
ate!, and the senator in place of Mr.
Brown) thai of thtae fT, a pari are fad
V-ralit and that of the aame 67, tome
republicans will not vote for Mr. Craw
ford, or reel bound by the result or any
These are facts, and important ones;
and they ought to be known, There is
a lyttrm of misrepresentation on the sub
ject, which ought to be put down. The
confident (one of the National Intrlligcn
cer is the tone or pdicu. It is intended to
keep up a delusion, in order to influence
some- of- the-jnoro-timid f-a a cutictn
nomination is the sole hope of Crawford's
TV? an IS Uniiui'11 tt nt 1 m . .
. w , . Mi,.i,iu, , i.jiiiuniii I, iois
7 C-aiMj CJUCUS. '
W are Informed, from Various njrea, tbi
there probably will be a narw at vVuhlnvtoa.
and we have It from sources alifl bettar, that
if there It a caucus, it will be held by the rW
W ALONE! and that It will disgrace thoa
vbe attend U, In the ruination of the people,
we cannot for a moment doubt, Ifore are, la
all, JW ftica-tWrs of Congrtati of tltoaa. it ia
Mf aaertalned that m kwdr4 4 4gkit
are opposed l 0ines4 wW not ltJ
compoaed of more iba WAry membors Uun
art NO WIT ? i
JI PRECIOUS COXTESSIOXf
, 11e National InlelHgencer publiahe si an.
onymout letter frore Ncw-Tork, die tetitimema
of which the Kdiura very much applaud. 11e
writer ia atrenuoua fr a tautm 1 he tya "
tmat the caucu will iL-tifnalf, in d ie time, Ihi
Republican candidate wh it it Jill tit rfmir Uia
nut fcxir yean. Thia writer mutt be an ktnet
radical, truly 1 there it no hypocritical eaut alnMit
im 1 he baa "let the eat out of ibe Lag," an.)
caifcbMly avows the principle by which the cau.
cutlet are guided. He adrni'a, in effect, that
the pth are mere ImIomii, according to tlie
taucvt aehool of politiea. Ila fervently prava
that the rn.cn will detignat a "candidate,
who W to fill the chair," ic. He aay nothing
about the people' tinting tike Prcaidrnt o,
no! the rnncut ia the legitimate, anvcreig-n pow
er, which ia to take all this trouble off their
Ihmirl Parkf, who wa U warh intimated
waa the autW -f a aerie of arurrilloni picr a
ptibliJird iii tlt Rrgittcr and other rjlicil pa.
pen, oer the ignature of "Ciui," denief
havi'g ever written Uiem. lie deniaa, aU,
having expentlrd the public money for la tat o n
iie. Dut what degree of credit to attach t
Mr. Taikcr1 dcclarslion, we (rare to a tia.
iopte puhlic to decide, afier aeuaintinf tlie a
with the fact, that he i charged on the hooka
(.f the Treaurv ai defiulter, to a Urge inxxm',
for which there U now a Miit pending aaini
him in the I'nilcd S'a'ea court) ami that tie
Washington K-puhliran Jonici hit declaration-,
to hi teeth, axl cliallenjfri him lo alutint la'.e
them, if he can.
-The Judget-of ; tlic-Superior" Courts,
have allotted the Circuits amonir them
selves lor the present year, as follows :
dates ; but the news has principally been
anticipated by other arrivals especially
those from lLvre and Gibraltar
Sfiain and hrr late Colaniet.
The london editors were ull busily en-
ryo-qnfifyhem-forhestticm-they j gaged in diseussin; the addresaof tho R
occupy. But let it ue proper or improp
er, the result, it is said, was honorable to
Mr Crawford ; and .tinl ss ( alhouh i;
ii ,-nk as well a you.g he 4iught to hiye
kn n that it would so turn out. But I
suppose, we rruy constJec this as the coun
terpirt or the organization of a press
agi.uist Mr. Crawford, as shewing the
viiioro, rather than the skill, of the.
I should not have mentioned the. sup
siaii minister, eount Pozzo dt Borga, to the
king or Spain. The general impression
seemed to be that the term 4 vast domin
ions, used by the count, had a direct refer
ence to the late Spanish American colon
ief. London pspers of the 7th of Dec. were
received in Cork on the 1 1 th. The only
news deserving of notice, seem" to say the
king or Spain still cherishes the hope of
re-conquenng the south American colon
DjU nor. a ptrin man iikc me., can see tiate present sucn a picture 01 me rxisung
but a little of the surface of political mat
ters ; the main springs are as far from
our comprehension, as are the wheels and
other machine of a patent lever. But
J think I read enough last winter about
state of Spain, as leaves not a shadow of
doubt, ir any doubt could have remained,
that that kin grip m is in the most deplorable
condition to which an afflicted country
could hate been reduced even by t,hat most
thoie documeids, to prove to me, beyond I fearful scourge of natiops, jacobinism
itainly aa Mr. Charles! is of course from abroad that 1-erdir
any doubt, that as certainly
ewallpws three sworda at once, so certain- would expect the adequate aid for carry
fy did' those document! suppress them- ing his detins into t fieri, but it has ere
rRiniiTni. ria. 5.
Ctttout. In Uplands the sales, compared
with previous weeka, were much more limited
moatly'at 13 ami 1.14 rents lallhrMiph, a here.
tofore, there are those which will command 15
cenK for the French market. The quantity of
thit description, which has come in inre the
tiol'ln,- has li.-n ltta than nitirht hi.v h-n
Thomas Wiiherspuon, from i expected; and thi circimatance haa aided in
J f 1 . I . a . .1 . t a.
' r.fmml 0v im mm m a rt A Im tin a-irtiniittt aK itY
jyi I at.4 j it, aawait, iiUf 10 tan iifiitr, w iiivm
is now gaining ground, that the crop of the
pre tent "VeafiTrt the Carolina and Georgia, will
be consiilerahly hort of that of the years prece.
John Fesningioii v. Daniel Burnet
r.qtuty from Chatham - Ii.jum liun dis
Alexander Long v. Lewi Beard's ei'r.
from Howan. Decree according to the
t?riTHnt-f hm tiV. ' '. r ..
Brvetly Daniel v. Duncan M'Rae
Equity from Wake. Decree that in
junction be made perpetuA
Alexander Luran executed a note to
the c.ompluinmt, Daniel, nrgotiable ht
the Bank of ihe Upited Stjtesi at Kuvette
villc, which w indoird in blank by
Daniel, and afterwards, at
Lucat, the defenftani lndoi
the note was discounted for the benefit
of the drawer, 1 who failed to nay. .' be
Cotton, 12 to 12J j flour, fine,5i superfine, J 1
h at, 9) c nta ; whiskey, 3"J a 40 ; pcai h bran
dv, 4J a 50 ; apple do. 43 to 45 1 com, 42 to 45 ;
hucon, 7 a 8 ; suit, Turks lalaod, 80 a 85 per
hiiaUelt molAiHoa, 26a28; Uigur, muscovado, 10
to 10 50; coflee, prime, arrecn, 2.1 to 24 ; 2d and
3d quality, 21 a 22 tea, hyson, gl 20 a 1 25 ; flax-
iced, 80 ct tallow, 6 a 7 i beetw ax, 30 a 3 1 ; nee,
the rrouest oT; 350 to4 per 100 lbs., imu. 4J e , t .om...
feed it iii bJank I tobacco leat.J a j manufactured, 5 to 20 pr.cwt.
uVa ttC"n ivtri 1 astir u iii'il
, iiu L v sj ii 1 nuu n aai 11 t moiiivi eauw
tained judme nt. for Uie bniount, paid the
Bank. The opinion or the Court is, that
M'Rae be enjoined h to one hfflf of the
note that the endorsers are co-securities.
. VViliiam pavidsonv. John Beard, from
Mecklenburg. Kuicforancw trial made
Amos Pra'.or v. Andirw Miller Equi
ty from Rutherford. Order of rurvey
CIIERAIV PRICES, Jan. 30.
Cotton, 10 a 13 pts. 1 Flotir, new, per bar-
'j!,. 5to 6 j . Corn, bushel 35, 49 .cents ('
Osi, 30 to 35 Ct. 1 reS f to au ct. ; vni
kev, gal. 40 to 45 cts. I.Apple Brandy, 40. to 45 ;
TobaccoJ 3 to 4 j Bceswajc, lb. 29 ct. j Tallow,
4 to 5 els. 1 Bacon, 9 to 12 cts. Lard, 7 to 10 eta.
Mutter, 12-to 20 cts.) Hagjrinjr, 25 to 30 cts. ;
Iron, 5 to 6dols.s Salt, bush. 95 cts. ; Sugar, 10
to 13 dnls ; Coffee, lb. 25 to 28 rts. Twine, b.
45 to 50 ct. 1 MolaMet, 35 to 45.
Accounts from all quarters tend l den're
the prices of cotton, but prime lots still sell at
13 cent In tin town. , Intr"ijmrer.
J.tCrSOX .1.YD C.tlMOU.Y.
The friends ef Wm. II. Crawford, find
ing that all is lost with them in North
Carjlina, unless they can de'ue soma
new scheme lo delude the people, air
making ue of a good deal ef utwUrhaui
work to Induce the Fiend of Gen. Jack
son to start a separate ticket Their plan
is, M to divide ind-conquer ,they think
if three tlckett are started, that then the
tuuut ticket may possibly succeed. But,
in this, they will Ive wofully disappointed.
The friends or the Hero or New-Orleans
are not to be duped in thit ttyle ; they un
derstand their interest and that of the
State too well, to be taken in br such
shallow artifices. On the Peofile'i Tickrt,
of those already announced, there tre scv-
feral avowed friends of Jackson, and no
doubt there will he still others. The gen
crsl understanding ia, thit the People's
Ticket will go for the man whu is strong
est! orwho Cin most likely . bcathc Hti
c Candida teTbe he'jickson, or Calhoun,
or Adams. In the grest State or Penn
sylvania, the friende of Jackson and Cal
houn are acting together in the most
friendly m inner; and, in a great measure,
it depends on that Slate which or the two
will be supported. If Pennsylvania de
cides for Jackson, then It will be worth
nhile making a push for him ; buj if that
state goes against him, then he ran pos
sibly have no chance, and til his interest
will go to his friend, Calhoun. So like
wise as regards Mr. Calhoun. The friends
or Jackson and Calhoun are acting on
firineifilc j they are opposed to eucuing,
lo radieattm, and to Y m. II. Crawford i
they must continue toact together on prin
ciple, or the euueutitet and radicals will
beat them. Let the friends, then, of those
fwo disitnguished Caridjdates,cominue, Bs
they have all along done, lo act together
heart and hand, in support of the People
Ticket. Let them remember, that the
scheme of the eaueutitet is, 44 to divide
and conquer." And, that our motto may
hg former irtt he words-of-VVaHingww,
u united we stund, divided we fall. If
wc, the people, are true to ourselves, our
ticket wil' triumph, by an overwhelming
majority. A friend to Jackson.
rnn raa witsbw ciaaurns.
Ar. rAtitir i' un the list or the toucut
ticket, I observe the name of Henry Sea
wit, of Woke. If I am not mistaken, this
guntleman holds tin office under the U.
Suies. for teuling the price of the ne
groes stolen by the-firitistkurinjf u
last war,. Now, sir, certainly Mr. Scswcll
does hot it peel to be chosen an Elector
or, bow can he ret.xiver that part of the
constitution which esys, " No Senator, or
Representative, or person holding an office-
of trust or profit under the United
States, shall be appointed n elector." 1
un well aw ire, th it some of ktr. Seawell's
fiicnd's get ever it, by saui, t!ut there