UtCIl 2. 1821.
NO. 1 9S.
IS) AY, M
j . - . - - -t ..-
I I H' .1
paytoie in aAatlke f aroliiuili will
A lrcrtia.-intf.ii 31 be Inserted at fifty tents
par nr iu i liM iwcrtmw, sod 1 went; G
mwi pit fain auijaequrnt on.
' AH letter klilrrwcj to the Editor, must b
siwitj wr wry will ws aOsiaUd
8tenm Uoat Maid of Orleans
rilllK Ui4 of OrUana (having been detained
X r rrpain nvira than a month Umgtt titan
Um time iM-c fled by written entrct) Cm com
anancra nr rtguiaf tnpa to tins plafr, atc rn
fed thU day with t valuable carp of at h ut
130 tons Merchandize.
She ii li be a rtfulir irub-r bvtwen tLie place
ami CltaHe-aon, touching for frelglii ami wa
aertifera at Ceorgrlowa, and will atop on the riv.
cr for any important frrigliia. lia ia euppliad
with Ugliter. ami auch other conveniences aa
warrait hrr Owner In t'ating, conftilcntly, that
the will be able to lay dowa gond at cither
1are, in the lowest tUte of the Kiver, in S lo
10 days i anl o a fair river fnxn to 0 dajs.
Her owner have provided wharfs and ware.
ItouM-t at both places, covenicnt, afe and under
rorr, l"lrv UI a4a .. r '
UJ arVi Uu j4rtr" r fcr u" ror
a cuatoniarv rofitn..-Mn. I hey will ewrOite
anv ord-r at Charleston, Baltimore, Philailrl-
Ehia, or Ne .Yrl4 in each of VxU places t!iey
v ennhllfJitd boiiesi ami tlwy aotirit the
pohlic patronaf-e fur this Boat and their Whole
al More at llis pUer, dy so far aa lley can
make it their interest to uac the one, and buy
from the other. -- -
l onnrcied with the abwve Itoat, tU aubacri
ben hae evtabfialied a Aai Stf, awl a
nre their customer a liberal eonn of dealii
ami fair pricrt, very low, because iheir gouU
have hern bimIwIII be selected from Ihe princi
pal market in the I'nited tttatea, ad under all
poMible advaii aR-s for buying low i ami their
profit shall be chrr-d with a light hand, so
light u to make it the interr-rf of country deal
ers ami others to git many of their suppbew
from this eatahliihinent. By the Mail of Or
leans, thev have this day received oorJoorlli to
oncthird'of their mirrhaaes, (ahich have been
made in New-York, ItofAon, Philadelphia, jid
at some t4 the priori pal manolactories f) the
rl h'.f h m 111 be received bv the next
trip of the IVitt, ay about the 6th loibc h of
Janoarv. 1 lieir putcnaae eonai w m ..---in-f
Idling articles, via: 300 barrela of Whie
k v i 20 hhd. wrtlwrn Hum i 5 do N OrU ans
do ; 3 trv amalra 001W,I. -Ut ,ln ftu
. fare 3J do prime retailing molaises i pipes and
np rmka Cotrnae nralklv i llon'ieaila Gin, Ma-
dcria and other Wines, (some 7 years, oldj) luO
piece Urrndee Bagging. 43 m. 2 Dates iwine
hn rn'.la Bte Uone t 130 ban Co flee I 20 do
pepper and pimento i 20 lob !U edet iron I do
trman Meeij I ao American iWiJu .."-"
ntoukU V 2"do"shot TT do b.tr lead 4 do Hollow
Ware, assorted i 2 do ahot, aaaortcd j 20 Kep
Dononts FF. and FIT. Powder, 150 do wrought
and cut nails , 5 tierces retailing Rice , 30 caaka
chtee, 4 doz. Philadelphia mill ah 1 croa cut
t'ai eak hammer, Carolina hoes, Irace
ehs'ms Trowels, kc. A ves, bundle Spades, Shov
els, an I Frying pan , boae Caiulh , Moan, w in
dow Ilia , JO dox. W hittcmore's Cotton Canla ,
ifKi .In Wool Itatai 50 do Rorainor nantdo, 50
do It. aver do Hlk. and White , 'JO do Children'a
mnmrmiliu h1" t",t "" I
tetl , t'rockery in crates , 20 barrels train or
tanner's oil , 30 Nixon's patent cast iron Hlougha,
the best patent in the Union, aiui wen wonny
the attention of the planters, 20 barrels Shad
and n arUrel; 20 doe. Corn llrooms, rote,
point and duflil WanVcts.
BF.KRS, BUNNELL k CO.
CAerrw, Dee. 22, 1823. 196
V :r d UhhU 4aid for Cotton, Wheat,
VlaxewUdn Hides, and most kind of pnxl-ice.
S.1LE.V. Stelct county, Xtrth-CantUna,
TVKES this opportunity of informing hit
friends awl the public generally, Uut be
. has commenced the
Coach Making Business,
in all ita various branches, and will (aa
he has received the latest fashions from the
north) to make and repair, in the moat approved
fashion, all kinds of Coaches, Gig. Sulkeya,
Stages, Post-Coaches, &c. He also carriea on
the Wagon Making business , whtre he will be
happv to make 'and repair all that the public
may entrust to him. His prices ahall be pro
' portionate to the times. -Those who inaJtlkjAt
" liimilhThcTrwwk may rest . assured that it
will -be executed with neat ncsSj-dunibilUyAnd
d(ispatchZZ.,---r--,rT - - -
Tlioriias K. Cliristman, "
Also takes this opportunity of informing hit
frienda and the public, that he ha catabhshed
'eSadtftetr ffumwi MarnnT-iftmMi, aim i
renared to do all kinds of iobs in his business.
le also will furnish auch as Whips, Bridles,
Tmnka and Collars, on the most reasonable
terms, for cash or credit. Those wishing to pur
chasewjH do well to call on him.
IIIERrBf givo notice, thut WilliRm Ward,
sen. has posted on mv strajr book, a mare
--itfr. he-i iukeAtabttabouU2.yrars
: very i'ctieslMiQtK
cr a horse colt, a black colour,. itot cut, has a
small star in Ala JorchcaA judgedo. be 2 year
old last spring. Certified by me.
. JAS. MAri('lN, Sen.
' n a. a
COXdllKSS ' Stnate.
Ftb 4. Mr. Holme of Maine, from
the committee oo the Judiciary, rr pried
a bill In further addition to an a w e
ton which red, find patted Io'ai
"And ft ading. . - .
Vi. I Mr. FimJIey presented three
memorials of chiient'of Philadelphia,
pfennig ttmm QilteiiaT- , , . .
Mr. rlndlay 114 on the table retolu
lion ef ihe Legislature of Pennsylvania,
Instructing their senators, and requesting
their IteprctrnUtlvet, in Longrrt. to ue
ibelr efforts to obtain tuch reitin of
the exltting I ariff, ei will lend lo encour
age the domestic manufactures of the
Mr. Hayne presented ihe memorial of
the I barnber of Commerce of Charleston,
S. C. preying ihe establishment of en uni
form lyttem of bnkrup' cr .
VI. 6. The Scnjie were engaged the
greater part oi to day In ditcuising Ike
till providing for the building often sloops
A. 6. Mr. John Taylor, re elected
a Senator from the Stale of Virginia ap
peered end look kit acat.
Mr. Johnston, of K v. pretented ihe pe
tition of WiliUm I'bornton, Supcrintcn
-Mvt Of the jN'.CO' Olh;X.rill.U
uuiiKiii io in-'1' -
Comniit'ce on r'innc.
The Senate returned the unlwisnea
business of Friday laa:, ocmk the bill re
ported by the committer on Nasal affaire,
uthoriting the building of an ad U'iou-I
number of wloop of war for the naval er
vice of the United State.
In nurttunce of a tuteUon whicn
had been made by Mr Smjth, Mr. Bar
barbour moved to fill Ihe blank for the
appropriation, with JJO.000 rtollirt for
ihe piet-nt year, ana juuwj t
nuMly for the three ucrecding year
riiU wa airrced lo, and the out was or
dered lobe engrossed and read a third
time. . .
fib. 10 The Annual Report of the
Cbmmtioner of the Sinking Fund, wat
received, and read. 1
lh hill authorizing the building ol an
additional number of tloop of war, for
the naval service of the United Statei,
wai read the third time and patted.
The Senate, at In committee of the
whole, Mr. Runlet in the chair, procee
ded to consider the bill better to teture
the accountability of public officer, and
1 he first section of ihe bill provide,
that no salary, eompentation, or emolu
ment, shall be paid to.iny perwa who it,
or thai! be, Indebted to ihe United Stalet,
until tuch person hat accounted for, and
paid Into the Treasury, all tumt for which
he may be so indebted.
The seiond tcrtion makes it the duty
of every accountable officer who, in m
king pavment lo ihe United States, i. by
la W authorized to retain hjt fees, or ta
larv. out of the money for which he is ac-
rnuntahlr; and thi is inrlrhtrd V 'h
United Statet, lo pay over, at the tune
required by law for hit payments and ac
coutdability, all hit feet and emoluments,
until he ahull have discharged the turn
lbrMcfrhei indebted t od makeaii
the duty of the Treaaury Department, at
a certain time in each year, to isive no
tice to tuch officers, of the tumt due from
ihenu and makee it the dutv of collec
tort, and other officers, to withhold the
pay of the persona employed by them,
until their debts to the government ate
The third section providet that no per
ton shall be appointed to any oflire, which
entitles him, in any way, to receive, and
makes it hit duty to account for public
moneyt, who thull, at the lime of such
appointment, be indebted to the United
The fourth section makes it the dutv
of the President of the United States to
communicate .to,, f ongrcssj Jn the first
week xiLcachetaioni the names of "per
son7wii65eT)ay" h i withheld ? under ihe
provisions of rhis"MtvTi"'lle"mct.
due, kc. with a proviso, that in all cases
where the pay of any person it withheld,
it shall be the duty of the Accounting Of
fleet s of the I reasuryTlf-demanded by
the person, to report, forthwith, to the
Treasury Department, the balance; and
it thall be the duty of such agent, within
sixty days thereafter, to order tuit to be
his securities. .
"'Feb. II. .Mr. Jackson from the com
mittee on military affairt, reported the
bill for the gradual tupply of cannon,
bomtti-and- howitE, the fortifications.
'The biif barter tb;sttfef
Bilify of piibnc"bfjBcefr"a
read .the third time, passed, and sent to
the other House. .
Feb. 12 Mr. Johnston, of rty. from
the militarr committee. reDorteda bill for
the relief : of Alfred Moore and Sterling
n, ttno prty mr ns p-jn-sm f iv
. r .
dollars, for blacktmitb ork Itrnltkcd the
I enncttee eolunteert. .
mrattoaaiutT run if.
The, Sena'e Uk otf the toidcrtlon
rr'', t-iirodured If vornonof
K., lo abolisli n,r.il.4fi for j,,.
After tome debate en ttW ),
pottponcd to Monday) Ihe ItUh-,
P,b. 13. The til to authiM the
freiHrnrBf "ihr Oitted JXatcrTntiorantirtltf
to he made a miili
road, f mm St
Philip, on the rivet
t Mitaiitioii!. to .hn
i'i i plantation, it an auxiliary tohe
defence of New Crtcant j teal read Se
hird timet and patrd.
HOUSE Of HF.MtESRN fATlVF-S
Fib. 41 he Speaker Uld before the
House a letter from he Serrrlary of Wr,
transmitting fatemtiiia of all cotdractt
made byihe War D. pat ment in the year
1 823 f which wa oidcred to lie on Ihe
The Speaker alto Idd b fore ihe House
a communication fmn the Secretary of
he Treasury, accompnvint a statement
exhibi'i ig ihe duties accruing on mer
chandise imported and drawbacks pave
bh on mrrbndlie exported, duiing the
ver li;0. 1821, and 1822 which were
aid nn the l.il.le.
Mr.Cotke, (i dling lw lt.,. , bv
ion respecting the I'ea rtth,i JtArm4
up and ad-ipti d (
The ..uinriiM. went into a com
mittee of the wh.de. roof, of Lonn.
in ih chair, on the bill faking provision,
kc. on rrtd and caiul.'
Mr. Kitet rom;letl hit remark in
optoitbn to Ihe bill. ,
Mr. Buckner followed, on the oppottte
Mr. M'Duflir, of Soifh Carolina, next
took the fl-Of in tuppo ol the bill, who.
at 4oV-ck, rieldrd to a roci m for ri
,inK aiwl, the eummittle having obtained
leave 'o it again '
The If 0 awtjonrnel.
M s Thr'fl.ueretolvcd itself into
a committee of the whole, VI r. Foot in
the chair, on the bill! for ob aining Ihe
nrcrtary surveys, esimatrs, KC. tor
roadt and ranaU-
Mr. M Duffi - concluded the tpeech he
com mem ed .tsc'ftjv-
Mr. Spattcht, of North Carolina, then
snoke in onoosition to the bill
Mr. Remold' of Tennessee delivered
hit sentiments in favor of the passage of
Mr. T A. South rose, and commenced
course of remark in opposition to the
bill, which he continued till 4 o'clock,
when he ave way for a motion for rising.
The committee rote accordingly, and,
having reported progrest, obtained leave
to sit attain.
Fib. 6 Mr. Forward from the com
mittee on Minuficturct, reported a bill
lavint: a dut on ulet of merchandiie at
,.n,l fr.r nthrr purpotct ; which
wa twice read and rtfirred lo a commit
tee of the whole on the Mate of the Union
Mr. Abbot, of Georgia, in compliance
will) dirertions of the Legislature ol that
irsfcVofTered the foUowiug-ioint-rcsolu.
Rrtnhtd, (c. Tliat the following amendment
of the Constitution of the l-nited SUtes be pro
poidto tlicLepisUiuK-s ofthe several state,
iz: Hut 'o prt of the Const'tution of the
I'nited State ouuh' to be eonstruecl. or shall be
construct, to authorize the importation or in
irn ts nt anv piM-m of color into anv one or the
United States contrary to the laws of such state.
The resolution was twice read and re
ferred to a committee ofthe whole house
on the stttc of union.
The liVuse then .went into a committee
of the whole, Mr. Foot in the chair, on
the bill for obtaining the necessary plans,
estimates, Itc on roads and canals.
Mr. A. Smyth, of Virginia, resumed,
nA (-nnriiiHrd .he argument he com
mcnasd -iesteradj jn -opposition to lb,
btll. .1 '.r
He was followed -by -Mr. Gazlayof
Ohio, who spoke in support ofthe p:in
cinle and expediency of the bill.
... .... . t . j
Mr. Nealc ol Marylano, sucreeai" .
Whn Mr. N eoncluded, a eeieral ca
for the question resounded from all quar
ters ofthe House; when Mr. Livingston,
of Louisiana, eoto, and requested that the
committee might rise.
' The committee then roe, and obtained
leave to tit again. ',
Feb. 9 Mr. F. Johnfton, from the
rommitlee on thef tost Office and I'ost
RoadsTTe ported a bill to reduce int.i on.
DcHrtm wt s'litb;'
On motion of Mr, Vlangurn, 'it w's L,
fo.Tut the Committee on the Post
Office and Post Hoads inquire into the expedicn-
tv nf Mtahlkliine a twist route from Italciirli,
H. C. to Haywood in the rotmlyof Chatham.
Mr. H'lcklifJa offered t retilutlon di
rectlng an inquiry, by a Selec Com-nlttce,
wiist larther stept it wti proper for the
government lo take in lelatlon Ij the im
provemeot of the Mississippi and Ohio
rivers.-- - .
bats resumed the consideration ol five f8
port of ihe committee of the whole, on
m m m M . I a ai i Ow
timates. kc. In relation to Roads and La
Halt. I. . ' - . .
Mr. Randolph moved that the con side
ration of Ihe bill be indefinitely postponed,
and, on hit motion, the yes and oayt
were ordered to be taken upon it.
1 he ouettion wa then taken on inde
NJnlie pot'H)nement, and decided
Yeat, 86-Nayt, 113.
So the House refuted to postpone the
The question wit then put on engrot
tint the lull for alhird reading and the
ye and nayt Ving called for by Mr.
M'Coy, ttood at follows i
Yea, 115 Nayt, 8ft.
So the bill wat ordered to be engrossed
and read third time.
ths Taairr bill.
Mr. Ttxl men moved that the Ihute
go into a committee of the whole on the
ttaie or the Union, wtn a view to uac
up the bill forth. revUton oi im ".
ffentfor mr my i tne e,,..v.,,
hone the boue will do no tut h iIhiik-
The qtietton was then put on Mr. Tod
motion, and carried. Yea 93, Na 82.
The House accordingly went into a
eommjt ee of the whole on the ttate of
the Union. Mr.Cotidict in Ihe Chair, and.
on motion of Mr. TojJ, took up Ihe I arifT
Bill ; which wai twice reau in p"
Some progress bavins been made in
On motion of Mr. Webster,
The committee rose, reported progrets,
nd had leave to i( Rin.
F,b. 1 1 Mr. Flod pretented the fol
lowing i which wat Lid on the table :
" HeJitd, That the President of the United
State be requested to inform thi li'Misf, whe
Ihcr the rule and rrgibtions, compiled by
- b Srntt- fur the rofernmont of the army,
and repealed by an act of Cnngrr of the 7tU
ik? ir. nnw rnforc.d i.i the army, or
any part, thereof and by what authority the
same haa been adopted and enforced."
On motion of lr. Foot, ol N. Y. il was
Benhrd, That the committee on military af
r.'.M K inatmcted to inouire into Ihe expedien
cy of retlueing the term of service in the militia
of the I'nited Statea from 43 to 4iJvear. tel.
ccpt in caaes of inrasion or insurrection.'
- tm c Taairr. -
On motion of .Mr. l od, the house went
into committee of the whole, Mr. Con
did in the chair, on the bill to amend the
several acts for Imposing dutiet on im
Mr. Tod the chairman of the commit
tee who reported the bill, delivered at
large the general viewtof the comroif.ee
in favor of ihe bill.
Frb. 1 3 The resolution offered yet
terday by Mr. Floyd, wat taken up, and
heinu- amended on motion of Mr. Rich,
was agreed to in the following form :
Jtenhrd, That the President of the United
Stalr.he reauested to inform thi House, wheth
er the nih-s and regiilatiohs eonipiled by Gen
eral Scott tor the governmen in mc arm, arc
now enforced in the army, or any part then-of,
ami by what authority the Mine has been adop-
ted and enforced.
THE T RIFF-
Mr. Cambrelcng presented to the bouse
a schedule of the articles proposed lo be
taxed bv the bill now before the commit
tee, which he wished to be printed.
The house then resolved itself into a
committee, on the bill to amend the sev
eral acts for imposing duties on imports,
Mr. Condict in the chair. After a short
aid desultory debate, in which eleven or
twelve members paiticipatcd, the house
Ftb. 13 Mr. Hemphill, from the com-
1 j mittee on roads and canals, reported a bill
; kutborizintr the subscription, of stock in
Th. Deiaware-and Che sapeake.Cnal Com
pany ; uliich was iwice read and co'mn.it
ted. . .
Mr. Cocke called up the consideration
of the bill lor appointing two additional
rerommitted to the committee on Indian
On the motion of Mr. Tod, the house
iljain went into a committee of the whole,
Mr. Condict in the chair, on the bill to
i mend the several acts for imposing du
ies on imports.
I he immediate question, depending
from yesferdiVVwas vn the:,oHoit--of'Mf-
the adaittot,rpppt u ..ujM v . v y.
luties now existing on the importation ol
Ihtilied -spirits,) and insef iiug in lieu
thereof fifty per centum.
I he debate
on this motion was rcsu
Aft. Tom!inon, of Conn, delivered hit
tentlmentt at length in opposition to It.
I he rjutttl-Mt wat then I. ken on Mr.
Tract ' tainUth atid decided in the nega
tive, by .,lgc lllajoliiy.
-The .iu:'iu mm recurred on the ,
mo Ion of M(, Fiw.of (inn. to strike out
I'iCJVb'alr nf-lhcfltUit- bfinosiny art In.
tilled apiHii) and, brina; ukrn, Wat de-
. a a f a.aW ... . aW
ia i ha na-ma. mi toie a m l.
Mr. (larnettt of V'a- moved lo ttiiktt
out of the bill the rUue in the following
word,, sit t "Ori oranuet, fifty cents
per hundred i on lemons, twenty five
cents per hundred ( oh timet, ten cents
After debate, this motion wat negatived.
Ar. Conner, of North Carolina, Ibeo
moved lo strike out thirty per centum ad
valorem on all nunulacturet of wool, tnd
insert in lieu thereof, twenty five percent.
I hit motion wat negatived, 106 votes
Mr. Brent of Louisiana, moved to
mend the bill, by ttriking out Ihe clause
which proposet lo lay a duly or 6 ctnte
per yard, on all cotton bagint; imported.
The motion gave rise to a debate which
lasted till the usual hour for adjournment.
a raa wntfca ciauusua,
A French uJ"y"V h V.tvat ff
ingher hu'-b ind't brother ha.l married
a tery lundsnme lady, with a great
fortune, was mightily out oi nuinor ;
insommh, that the perfectly hated all
that spoke in commendation of her
. .ii i
new aitur-in-law. Ana neanng ner
husband also commrntl her at a very
beautiful winvn, the bribed a servant
in that I. dv's family to poison her j
but he discovering the design, nd the
ladv hr'inir renroathrd for it bv the
husband, she poisoned herself, and
Eu)' the word tX fiends, procurer of sad
And only good w hen she herself torments.
Plutarch compares envious persons
to cupping-glasses, which ever drw
the wort humors of the b.dy to them.
Like flies, they retort onlv t the raw
and corrupt purtt of the bodv r if
they light on a tuuud part, m v. t I. uv
blowing upon ttr till llirv have d.spo
sed it to putrefaction. When ! mui
could find no fault with lh- face in the
picture ,f Venun, he pi. krd a q .aritl
with her tlippert. -And io jii den lent
peraons, when they cannot blame the
nStaner. will vet represent the cir
cumstance of men's best anions with
prejudice. The black shadow ia still
oh.rrvrd tr wait unon those who have
been the most illustrious for virtue, or
remarkable Tr some kiod of perfec
tion : and to exult in cither, h it been
an unpardonable crime.
Thr nun "" hehnld with pain
Another's joys, and sicken at his gain.
The man unable to control his ire.
Shall wish undone w hat hate and w rath inspire.
Anger's a short phrenxy : then subdue
Your pasuions, or vo ir paitioni eonqurr you j
Unless) your reason holds the guiilui,; reins
And bend the tyrant in cw-rcivc ehaiii.
When Aristides, t remark ble for
his inviolable artjcomrnt i Justice,
sv.i tried bv the neoolc at A then , and
condemned to banishment, a peasant
nn:i-niiainted with the person oi Aria-
tides, applied to htm to vote agaiust
Aristides: "Has he done you any
" said Aristides. " thatvou are
---o, --- t J
for punishing him in this manner ?
" fCo," replied the countryman ; " I
don't even know him j but I am tired
and angry with hearing every one call
him the Just."
Mutuis, a citizen of Rome, was no
ted to be of.Jucb;.aa envi6i,s and ma-:.
da v observing him to be verj: sd,"
said : " F.ithcr some great evil has
happened to. Mutius, or some great
good tcntnother1 Camlvser kUg f
Persia, seeing his brother Smerdis
draw a stronger bow than any of the "
soldiers in his army. was able to do,
was so inflamed with envy against
him, that he caused him to be slain.
Furtht benrfit of the (iretk. young
m .n una. imiM Lone d in. New .. York., for
i((,iipavmiit. oAiisWs billJor. ni
It is stated that there are six hundred and thir-ty-ninc
wiiiuws iu the town of Newport, (It. I.)
being one-twelfih ofjhc popitlarion of that twn.