..J I'X. mX-Lm
SALISnUJtY, N. 0. TUKSDAY, AIIUL 13, 1821.
v " V',A lnuttJ Stalt.
J r: tern.t of tlit Wralern Carolinian will
bencrk follow i T'"
hla in dvnce.
' AdrfrUwmniU m Tl be Inaerted a. 6ny cent
,.per t'j'itrt f'rth firn inacrtion, ik1 twcnty-ove
sent a ir eacu iuH'iwm
Atl letter ail.lrratd to the Mitor. murt b
-M or thry will not be attended to.
1 ItAVF.deefinedactinKuaparlei-? with John
I Murphy, tn the mercantile buwnra in Con
omL with bi consent, and hart rclinquiahed all
claim to any part or portion of the profile of
the concern of Murpby fc notion, va
Mnk , 1824. ' KATH'L. IUTTON.
T Z auWrilwr h fornxd a Copartnership
X ' ua William Drown, in the jnereantiie
botlnrs. st Concord. Cibtmu county, North
Carolina, under the firm of Miefhg U Brwwn
where tlicjr arc opemf a ireta aarwrunent or
Dry Coodi, Cutlery and Hardware
elected with much care, In Philadelphia end
New.York. and botirht on the bet tr rmt. They
detira to continue the bumncie at Concord for
k . 'II ' ' 1
tome year i ana m nr. aiurpny ui nm me
northern cities annually, to procure auppllea,
their ajwNtment will be general and will be
disposed of at fair price fr eah, or on credit,
U du actual cuit amen. Their friend and the
public (enmity, are retpectfully invited to call;
examine qualities bear price, and judge fir
ttemaclrca. , , juiia ssvitriii.
- Has alto, at bk etore In Baliabury, a large
assortment of GOODS, to suit citizens, town and
country people I to be disposed of unusually low
Ibr cash, r country prouuee.
1" .; -" New. Assortment. r
fTfllE aubtcriber fca very recently receded
JL from Philadelphia, an astortment or
Dry GWa, ' V ' ' Cyiffrp, and
Kurd-War,; Dtmtttiut .
cliich-' with the assortment be especta to re
fit ia a abort time, will enable bim to sell .at
ialiafsctory price. The public arif fctpearuuy
invited to csll and examine for thetnsclrea.
r. , - ED W AIU) VKKS9.
SaUsbury, Juj. It, 1823. .. 4- 70
The CotDermithin'i and Tin Plate business,
ircUfore transacted by D. Crew, sen. will ia
iiture b conducted by me, at the same place,
rrhose who favor with their 9nstom, may de-
hend on bavins; their work done with neatnesa.
Uurabiuty and detpstcn. . cuwi. Ktas.
--f" Coach ;Ialihg.T r
HUB subscriber ben leave to return hi
I X rrateful acknowledfrments to bis friends
ksd the public, for the very liberal pstronafre be
Siu received in hi lise oi butine i and Ihform
hh-m. that he hat Drocured a number of work
bnen from Philadelphia and New-York, which
Unable bim to finish work in a style rarely seen
li the western' part of the state. He also ha
continual supply of materisls. of the beet qiial
It and most fasluonable patterns, ' He intend
jkeepinr conttantly on hand, at reduced price
lorcasa oniy, buihici, outc ana rannri uij
JChariotces. Cnachres. Larklaut, Phxton. Ha-
Vouches, Landaulcts, Caravan, and Mail Stages,
Ka superior construction. Kepsir done at the
art eat notice, and in the best manner. Order
tare a distance thankfully received, and punc-
lually attended to. . '
J. U. aiUKac.
CeWaAyJIarrA 1,1834. 96
Fulton Turnpike Boad.
N pursnanee of an set of the General Assem
bhr of North Carolina, nasaed at Raleiirh. tiie
ft day of December, 1823, authorising the
iking a Turnpike Road from Atheviiie, by toe
arm Sprinrt, to tlw Tennessee line, and to
larter a company for that purpose.- We the
lerwritten subscribers, commissioner sppoin-
n by Mid act, do hereby give public notice,
pt book are now open at Aslieville, for the
rpose of receiving- subscriptions for stock in
d ttosd, which books will be kept in the hand
Geo..Bain, P.sq. where sU those who wish
become ttockhofder will please apply. -
Jibe ntilitv of leaking this Kosd, it u prera
d, m o obvious to all, that it ia unnecessary
ay any tbinr on the subject t and a there
p be no doubt that tbeirtock will be the most
antageon. perhaps, of any in the itate, it i
hhr presumable it will be speedily taken up.
f ill, therefore, be well for those whs wish to
ome interested, to make a ipeedv application,
the "bo6k w"dl be "closed, and die eom'psny
tanized, as soon as the smount of fifteen
uasnd dollar is subscribed i of which turn,
re i alresdy five thouand taken by the state.
:"i GEO. SWAINr 7
JAMES PATI ONj yCmmutittm
Am-aeiJIarcA22,1824. 4it02 -
(Ilouse of Entertainment-
FpilE subscriber informs bis friends
J.' snd the nnhlie In nneral. that lie
''iLhaa opened a JftuM Entertainment in
1 own of Concord, a few rods south-esst of
court-houte t where, with unremitted atten.
!; and a dciire tp please, k toperto merit 1
o oi puuiic patronage. Boarding can be
on reasonable terms, by the week or yeafc.
; JAMRS H. CLARK.
:.-He Wm eCi Ired? i lare IhifeleTf
iv "ownmeni nvew-feiUJUS. -ti".
"wvmriarfa 4, i24. f VP , : ?
1 1 good duality, for sale at this office ; 160110
at one dollar twnhtv.Avj kA i.nu.
le dollars, par ream. ,r .("
JLdwt if A'vrfh-CufrJina.
km f t m tm'-nil an Art. entitled An Art rt.
guUUMg Livm pawed in ), jcf 13,9
Be U enacted Sic. l hat no inWi-
uoce shall dricrnd to snr person, a
heir cl the penoa Iataeucd, uulcsi
such per on iA be in life at the dead
9DbspgTJvn.Lat-icizcd, at shall bt
born wahio trr month after the death
of the perion list seized. .
Aa Act to amend the Militia Laws of Uiil 8UI
relative to the t:svslry.
' Whereai there is at lli time a greater
number of Cavalry Officers in tbi State,
than is in proper proportion (o the num
ber of privates enrolled, which greatly
lends to the injury of the militia service ;
and whereas much of the lime of the Le-
gitlsture is taken up in the election of
iuchoGicrj for remedy whereof,
' Dt it enacted h the General Juembly
if lit Slate .Mnk-CanHna, and It it
hereby enacted by the authority if the tame,
That all commissioned officer of Cavalry,
who 'shall not, within eighteen month
from the passing of thSt set, nive enrolled
in their reipette"troop or companies,
st least thirty-two drgons, r:J,vrtt4
and equipped, excluMveof non commit
iionro 'fc"ri ineir .commissioni r
hereby dedtrtd void and it shaJIU the
duty of eipiaina of-infantr, in whose
roaipany district iher retpectively reside
to cause tbem at well as their men, to be
enrolled in the same manner as though
ihey had never been commissioned and
(bat no person shall hereafter be com mis
tioned in any troop of Cavalry, until they
shall Have enrolled Ibe number of dra
goons aforesaid," well armed and equip-
II. And be il further enacted', .That ni
person shall hereafter be commissioned
in any brigwle in this State, at field offi
cer of Cavalry, until the Briirudier-Gcn
eral of such brigade shsll have certifird 10
the .Adjutant-General of the State, that
there -ere at least lour troops of svslry
in said brigade, and it thai be the duty of
the Adjutant Genera thereupon to report
the tame to the succeeding Legislature
III. Jnd be it further enacted That it
shall hereafter be the duty of the Colone
of each aod evert regiment of Csvslry in
this Mate, to make their respective re
turns to the tMgadier Cnrl, wf tb
brigade to which such Colonel of Cavalry
IV. And be it further enacted, That al
laws md clauses of laws cominer within
the purview and meaning of this act, be,
snd the tame are hereby repealed.
From the Franklin Gazette.
In a late debate in the British bouse of
commons, Mr. Brougham alluded to the
last annual speech of the President of the
uniiea stsies, ana saia, -inai, sir, is 1
manly and intelligible speech j thr docu
ment describes the' policy of a wie gov
ernment in manner worthy 01 a free
and independent people. - May no mean
jealousy prevent ut from following where
it might hive been our praise to lead ;
nd aa they have the glory, let ue have
our shsre of the advantages ; let us join a
kindred people let ot hold to free insti
tutiona; let ua aid other freemen, who
for liberty's sake, seek to put bounds to
that league of despots, who, after subdu
ng all other freemen, would certainly at
tempt to conquer us. A compliment
ike this to eur country and its chiefs ma
gistrate, from an English statesman like
Mr. Brougham, it well calculated to awa
ken in us feelings of honest nstiona! pride
and exultation. . ,Mr. Bioughsm, in the
same speech, tpoke of M the message of
Mr. Monroe as an event than which none
had ever dispersed greater exultation and
gratitude over all the freemen in Europe.
Lord Lansdown, in the other house of
parliament, '' tpoke, highly of the conduct
of the American republic in regard to
the South American states: ..It had set
an example, he said, in throwing its shield
England ought to have been more prompt
PRESIDENT MONROE. ' !
Under hit administration, the public
debt hat been greatly diminished ; the un
settled ' balances reduced from a fearful
amount to a trifling sum 1 economy has
been made a system; the accountability
or public officers has been secured and
our country hat been blessed With a steady
and happy increase hi prosperity and repu
Chief Magistrate shall retire from office.
he will carry with Jiinr the- gratitude ofj
the Union t the esteem or thejvise and
pxay ert pt tticvu tuoua will accompany
Kim In" his ire Gremeht 1 and the wish will
be simultaneous-, and universal, that hit.
successor may tread in the karne step,
Upholding' the tame principles, and sup
porting Uift tamer pclcjL;.
Tic following aev .U lr the prompt ut
srrkulture, la ascribed to Jw'i Mvpf!! g en-
tkmen well known fr bis dtvo'iua to tb inter-
eU of bi frlto' citiif rvt, by bt c V p'sac
of Internal Jinprofeoicnt, whr.b k kyn adop
ted, and are now in ntwaful pT U t
to the ipeakerof the lloae pfJommone of our
iaat Cenersl Aarnlly, on thy varlou tubjecu
of state policy. . ' r J ' '';-'
, The law respecHng cditor and debtor
must be changed, othenvlse the pour are
destined forever to remftln (he slaves of the
rich, the imprudent lobe sacrificed by the
cunning, and property e the sport of the
ncfariou tpeculator. - must abolish
imprisonment for debt we must exrmpt
the toil of North Caioln from liability
for debt. Let not tNt change affect
txiiilng debts 1 let toddy prepare for the
change let the benerd Assembly ht a
dittaal day, after whict if debit be con
tracted, the creditor shjl not look to the
person of lb ibtor, nr to his lands for
satisfaction. And 1 otjd go fur her, and
exempt the furr.it vre ofhlt bouae, num
per of milch roi of korses tn cultivate
St '. hi f irmtnir itcnaila. aiilt nrovi-
ion for the support of hi) 'family for at
Iraal aJ moutliS. What woul4 be the
consequences f ' ' J
- I. I he poor would enjoy that rjuality
in society, which the frame of w gov
ernment promises to them, but which
they have never yet enjoyed. ' 1 .
S. The poor class of the . comnunliy
would improve in their social am moral
character, they would acquire 1 senti
ment of independence, and cheritS, love,
and defend theircountry and its ls.
3. That vile speculation whicl fattens
on human misery, would be in gat part
4. An effectual check would ie given
to that ettensive system of cred,t, which
is often as injurious to him wko gives, at
it is to bim who receives it. '
5r Men would be trusted for thrir hon
esty, and not for their property 1 and in
this way, sound mortality wouM be en
couraged. 6. 1 he agriculture of the state would
Improve rapidly 1 it will derive more en
coursgement from this change in your
aws, than trom all the bounties and pre
nuunikM in -aaaim aI ih umxm can
give. ; A man will have tome heart to
build a good bouse,- and make good
plantation, when he knows, that let him
be unfortunate or imprudent, his house
and pUntation.will remain hiaowo.
7. Emigration would be checked, the
poor. would become endeared to their na
tive state, and not change their certain
condition here, for an uncertain one else
t. People frm other states would emi
grvte to North Carolina.
9. The value 01 our land would greatly
increase. I hi may oe teen on the Vir
ginia line , w lie re a space of twenty feet,
makes a difference of one half in the price
ol lands. .
With a territory not so large at Penn
sylvania, and a population nearly equal to
the whole while population of the United
States, exported, in the last year, of Bread
S'ujf, and other rrvvittont, of the value
ol g 1 3.936.309 II cents. Such isolated
fuTts mi(hl induce a belief that the peo
ple of Ireland c moved as great abundance
of excellent food as any people in the
nrld. It H quite otherwise. We ven
ture to affirm that there are four millions
in Ireland who do not, on an average, eat
meat four timet in yrer. The only
really industrious and manufacturing dis
trict in Iceland, is the province of Ulster,
wad, there the condition of the people,' of
all classes, sects and sexes, It infinitely
better thm in any other part of that coun
try;" Thsy exported in the latt ear of
flfatn vlatihnen, gj,709,28O 70 worth.
Unci. Peartor, of London, in lecturing
some time sin-e upon the stomsch, ob
served -that this organ had lid power" over
substances endued with vitality : and that
of the Prophet Jonai having remained
unaigetteci in me uomacn 01 the whale
for., the space of three days and three
nights. Dr. Pearson's discovery is highly
important, both in a medical and theologi
cal point of vie w. ; , ; , ; : I , ' ! ' . .
clergy of England received, under this
denomination, 3d. per head, of person
above 16 years, Journeyman laborers x;
IMJipiifatfj that a journey;
man maket an ariicre on bis own account
and sella it, he ta liable. ; ;! "-
It ia. calculated that there are
6,000 regularly , ordained clergymen in
the United Statee.f "4 -, "' .
tlttlt HI.VTS TO FAKCKTI.
Corporeal punishmcntt should be
the last retort f never utcd eicept for
an atrocious crime, or 11 miller vat
Ltloatry persisted in, And. ta rcn
der it efficsciout, ar rather tw pttrewt
it becoming a dangerous evil, it thould
be administered with perfect terenitv
4 temper, and affcctioa towards the
fatty kind of punithment that ma
terrify the imagination, ought to be
carefully avoided. The dark closet it
one or that kind. V Severe repfoachet,
rough aodling, and the hasty tlap, if
they do not much terrify, lettcn right
authority, and injure the temper of
Children ahoold not be punished
for mere accident! j but mildly warned
againtt similar carclcitneta in future.
And yet tome people shew much great
er displeasure with a child for accident
ally breaking a piece of china, or tear
ing its clothes, than for telling an tin
truth. Here the lesser it preferred to
the greater, tod the primary object of
education it lott tight of.
' ' . ' PVIDR."
Pride and vanity are blameable in
alf, 'but' in the poorest classes of socie
ty they are particularly disgusting.
. ror .Ifichard aays. 1 ne arunciai
wanta of mankind are becsmc.more
numerous than the natural onea f many
for the aake f a little finery oo their
baiks, have gone with hungry bellies,
and half starved their families.
Again. " By extravagance, the higher
tort are reduced to poverty, and for
ced tovborrow of those whom they for
merly despised, hut who through in
dustry and frugality, have maintained
elk Ate ateaeailajBi " 'f'Kiai cta ar.aaaaaJi ,
fallen 1 is u 1 h g e e aai a wvvawu
for poor Richard to obsenre, thatf " A
ploughman on his legs is higher, than
a gentleman on his knees.
" Pride it at loud a beggar aa want.
and a great deal more aucy, for when
you have bought one fine thing, you
must buy tea more, that your appear
ance may be all of a piece t but it . ia
easier to suppresa the Erst desire, than
to satisfy all that follow it."
It is as absurd for the poor to ape the
rich, at for the frog to twell with de
sire to equal the ox.
After alt. what .is thia pride of ap
pearance, for which to much ia risked.
to much suffered ? . It cannot promote
health, nor ease pain it doe a not in
crease merit in the person, but createa
envy, hastens misfortune :
What it t butterfly f At best,
lie's but a caterpillar drctt 1
The gaudy fop's hi picture just."
A gentleman near Cupar, Angus, re
ceived the other day an appalling com
munication from his correspondent in
Edinburgh. The latter, after having writ
ten a letter to hie friend, in which he
ststes, that " if any thing new happens
before the hour of post, I shall not fail to
inform you," dropped down in an apo
plectic fit, and expired. The clerk who
wrote the letter to the dictation of the
master, on learning the melancholy catas
trophe, added, in a postscript, " Since
writing me bdovc, i nave uiou, aim uie
!.! .i. - -1 I J" J .
etter waa dispatched accordingly.
Jilson Payne, of .Montgomery county,
Kentucky, has announced himself as a
candidate for in elector, and ia in favor of
Gen. Jackson for President.
We are requested to give place for the
following annunciation of 1 highly. respec
table old gentleman of Scott county t
" Capt. W liliam Hubbell, a revolution
ary soldier from theflring of the first gun
in'mTyVarn77J7an'd during our whole
struggle for American freedom, now liv
ing in Scott county, -in the -3d electoral
district of this state, and who has been a
the vear 1789, tendert hit aervicet at a
candidate for elector, of Pretident and
Vice President of thete United States at
the next Pretidential election, and if elec
ted, will vote forthe Hero of New-Orleans,
OKNtasL Attoiiw Jicxsoif,. for Preti
dent, and some other person of Republi
can principles suitable for the Vice Pre
wdMCy.'i? When an item in the general abpropri-
atioe. bUleppropriating- jja5,000-tW fin-
shing the North forucojDf tfti tteu
dent's House, came under discussion, Mr.
Cuthman, one of .the representatives from
Maine, spoke Latin. Mr. Kremer, onis
of our Pennsylvania represenlativea, was
. . 1 w a srx . a
up to1 him j be answereo; w tt'gnvwn.
. . ' v ' philtdilhhia Gazette.
aUTiMoas, suae 39.
rKOM SOUTH JMEM1CJ.
Captain Edwards ef the thr Abarilla,
arrived here this morning, in I days from .
Lagoyra, Informs that the country remain
ed tranquil since the, capture of-Puertei
Cave-IHl-merchant frrl thttnteivtsmorc) ' u
secure lii their persons snd property Ihso.
bsfore, ; Therw-wee i my lm -portanct
from Bogota, or from the Interi
or; President Bolivtr wit in Pern, and
from his activity and the ample meant pis- '
ced at hitdispotsl, It wst generally tup
posed the wsr in that country would toon ',
be brought to a close, stie" the Spaniards
4 1 he emigrstion of strangers, except
merensntt, ana otoers cngagea in iraoot
wat very limited. -MecbsnicSf such aa .
ctrpenters, blacksmiths, hatters, tyIor, v
shoemakers, cabinet makers, fco. would do '
welt, and meat with encouragement psr. '
llcularly, if they could take with tbem
three or four industrious and eteady ap---
prentices, aa in that country none art to
be procured. - ' '
General Rodriguez Tavro, fi'.ted the
oOire of Intendant of Vcnexuela, but it '
11 reported he wished to retire, being ,
old, and a man of Urge fortune. Cenersl .
boublette wat In Caraccat, and continued
to have the direction of the war in the de
partment wf 2U, Vntiita. and Orin . .
oco. General Bcrmudcl, who had bee
appointed Intendant of Mag'dalena, had re-- -signed
all his offices and titles, and wished
to retire at a private ctuienne wti
waiting for the compliance of hit govern- -ment
to hit request. Gen. Pact was in
the Apurt, and was not expected back;-'
until Beit MayT -r' ; 'i'jrjofa
It Is prolteble that the Canal uniting the
Delaware and the head waters of the Chess
peak, will be completed within a short
time. The Civil Engineer has advertised . .
for contracts for the works. (
The toute of thit Canal commences op-,,
posite Fort Delaware, about 46 miles be-- .
lowPhiUdelphia, and Tuoniiig ia a we stern
ly direction, about 13 miles, 'terminates
on the navigable waters of the Chetapeak
Day. Its dimensions are calculated to
afford passage for steam boat a and sloops
together with a possibility of improvement
for the navigttion of ships drawing 30 feet
water Charletton Courier.
We learn from Africa, that the Kinge r
and Native Chiefa we're holding a Coo "
greitin the Shcrbro country in Novem
ber last. Shocks of an earthquake had
been felt in levers! towna in Africa.
In Free-town and Regents-town, the
shocks occasioned tome alarm. Ia "
the latter town the congregation left the ',
Lhurch 10 which they wrreastembled.
Tie A&vy The Secrettry of the Na
vy hst issued an order, that hereafter, no
officer within the U S. shsll be arretted
without the sanction of the navy depart
ment. Commanding office n may suspend
those under their command, until the plea
sure of the Secretary is known. Had
such an order been issued at an earlier
period, it would have ssved much trouble
snd vexation, and no little heart burning
among our naval officers. It is not how
ever loo late to be of essential service lo
our navy Petertburg Republican.
Jiavtil Court Martial.W't have alrea
dy stated the result of the nsvsl court msr
tisl, by whom Lieut. Kennon was tried .
and honorably acquitted, on charge pre
ferred against him by com. Porter. -Capt.
Sidney Smith, of the navy, waa
tried by the tame court martial by whom
lieut Kennon wat acquitted, and found
guilty of the charge of having violated the
33d article of the act for the better gov
ernment of the navy (forbidding the trans- -
portstion of merchandize in national yes-;,
cia auu aciuGiitcu i on casniercu. 10.
From the Indiana Gazette.
The age, the expenence, the "talen ts,
the tervices, the integrijyandmorality,of . . ...
John Qulncy Adams, recommend him
to the people, as eminently qualified, for
Rrctidcni ; and the senket-durlngihd-
late war, of Andrew Jackson, justly de-
nominated the Hero of New Orleans, next
warms the hearts and unites the affections
of the American people. - We therefore'
think the vote of Indiana will be, Joh
Qvinci Adamb for President, and Aa- .
dbxw Jackson, for Vice Pretident. ;. .
Cafitiol ConvktiQn,ioha,:jQhnsQn. waa
convicted, on the lAth instant, in New
York, of the murder of Jamet Murray, in -
Novembei-laif htfrrhxt etupfed Blir-
one ;diy;:amidlX$ -P
the jury were out puraboutjrj inlnufesi
before they returned a verdict of guilty.
t -r a . a . : H
1 ne ss. iora papers, somewnat iue mo .
Knitlith journals, have given lone: details :.
of the clrcumtonces and proceedings in :
the case CAat. City Gat.