mU cr ray Lett Ju Jgmtnt, jrour iwtf r.
inz advocation of them all notUii
KituHMiwrrt hat n yfl lu standing. Upon the probable tendeo.
(if, UJa4, uy win mr f-nri " ty of untried measure, we mi be ex-
aiT,ir) tb uiiW tpUiUi of the WiU Mb pected to dilTsr. Without istumio
Uif,jr,ournprentaUvebCmgrtiMtbt to myself any better opacity to esti-
Grand Jury of Bowse county, el ih no Im mate iht character of proposition. iub-
axmlt imvtr of the Jury to ut r(.iW i milted to the deliberation of Cong re.
Wr. m forth J'!mt-r, thanyou possess, 1 must claim, at least,
bkh tppoart U Ui Patior! Inunifrrwr of to be credited for ordinary .crutiny in-
tU 34 but ind vUck Mr. Uf Km rr)ticitl to the luljccti upon which It limy
w t copy i we do so i and should have lon duty to ict under all the repon.ibili
'to, had s the reoie bee a4. Mr, Long ties of my Italian, The illumination
Us uwrtd , through a private cbtnucl, Df debate, the amy fauthorilier, ind
- wore oat ixiinUd :, )n bit Dum)o to W(h wrcttling btweee ih friends and
.. ...... jv r : 1 r ' tit.
all iffiDurtant lubtect.
nar not unreaoobiy be
liimrviu-d tn ifflnirt mm a triflmiv art.
w.n know, (a. be b---rtJj be beEm.) l i rreprmDutivci of tha
tW tbt UapuUtioa of " ktnbf will oot lint I i i i i
our door. Ha know that oT wages are paid I ' r. ,
ut by ail or sevte bundrad Uuffipnt freemea , , j . V T.
cNortWW.M. and tha adjnlVat .Lom d "b,J ' 10 dC,de' . Th" C0
public arrant (or -hireling, if bo Eke. tbe ught, perhap., .. moat ca
ter better) a proud to ukaowledge ", bespeak the opoioai of a re
a.lr. UtmCHmm. preieniaiife, canaiaiy onerea w inoae
M whom he represents, at le.st a very
To the Centkmra eonpoainf tht Cnnd Jury careful and Impartial examination.
' of Bowm luporior Court, la North Carolina, To youraclrei, gentlemen, I cheerful,
at tba spriiif Term, 1821. ly leave it to say whether, io your re
wtaaiaaraa crrr.arau 7), 1821 pi tO my letter, you each of you m-
Centlemcn: When I made my com- turcly weighed and contested the ub-
fnunication to you on the 29th of jects contained in it before you aave
March laat, I only acted in conformity your veto. It is not my present object,
with my established usage since I have to trouble you with an argumentative
had the honor of being your Reprrsen- replication to sustain the correctness of
tattve in Congress. I h ve adopted and the views which 1 disclosed to you in
continued the practice, not only from my letter. Neither leisure nor space
a belief that it was my duty, but from permit me to dt so. Cut, as 1 think
pctauaaiou that my cooslitucfitl requlr it easy to gireyou pUioer aod fuller
fa oi rac o lummuoitaic vo incm, suiemeni oi reasons, in nppusition to
freely and dicidrdly, my opinion on those measures, at some convenient
subjects deeply involving tbe best in- time I may do ao.
terests of this nation. To address ev Had my letter and your reply not
cry individual singly in my district been published, and made the subject
was utterly impracticable. To ap of disingenuous comment and infer,
pmach as near, however, to that gen. eacc, by certain acute partizin Edi
cralmodeofcommunicatiooaslnsight, tors, I should not have troubled you
was ray inducement to select you aod as I now do. They have attempted to
tile Grand Juries of the other Cuunties show that I have lent myself to a great
which I represent, as the respectable and finished system of intrigue,' to dr.
channels to diffuse my views among ceive the people, and defraud them
mr fellow-citizens. Grand Jurors are of their weight in the selection of our
elected from every section of the next Chief Magistrate. They have
counties in which they reside, and stepped in officiously between the re.
have usually extensive intercourse prcsentative and his constituents, and
with their neighbors. 1 have the con. charged that representative with weak,
aolaiion of believing that my comma, ness and folly, for having honestly in.
nicaiions, thus male, have been gen formed those whose servant he was,
rally received with satisfaction. In sentiments which he entertained, and
each and all of them, I have been the path Jie had trodden, in their scr
crapulous to avoid offensive dictation vices, thatthay might advisedly judge
and wilful distortion of the truth. In of the fidelity of his conduct, and the
the spirit of so accountable steward, nature of his policy. Now, I dii-
inteot upon the honest performance of claim all agency in intrigue, and shall
a very sacred trust, I have sought to continue to make free communications
disclose to those who have constituted to my constituents, in- the face of the
me their Representative my apprehen- battery of hireling presses. Of my
ion of the state of the iuterests which opinions in relation to Mr. Caaw.
of Ms Mes Ji, aod tence, too. the i:a
prtiofi Uch has been heiped upon the
llia urate, and through Mm, upon
Iht people of the Unlietl Stales, wnot
rtprtientatVe h Is. We ire rnutb mis'
uktu la th tharat r and spirit of lh
American people, If bis unprecedented
courte can tend to seive the cause of Mr.
Crai6rd. Ut. Morot'a sdmlnlttratlon
Is desrvc('ly populil and we tr coovb
ced, tbst If this couri o msultlag to tbe
Chief Magatrate tji degrading to tbe
oatlon be peieored in, tbe people
oill rsllr roan! Uu eovemment and th
coeratia pJot,it ill bead, aod put
down till friaL .
Urn r sou ten or n.
From tnEfab jj.ptrs to tU STch Mb, recti
Stt at N'-Vitk,k tho atila Londuo.
A Utter from AlUant, Sp!n, dated.
March 6, Mrs" A Dutch squadron, con
ns tI wtiritt iiMi4f,
Mr. SJitorl In teruiing the columfj
a i a . I .1
oi your valuable paper, iacn i rertfts
in mr cottave ilmott crerr week, I am
not ailiiile diverted it the vsrietlet. Con .
they had charged me to promote, and
the rights which they had deputed me
to iriard. Into my motives no ob
lique designs of decorating one public
rnan with unmerited honors, or de
rotating from another by unjust re
flections, have ever entered. But, in
the performance of his incidental ser
vice to my constituents, I knew full
well that, in some parts of my district,
I should be subject to misrepresents
Uon Whit X detailed, as ,thc cunten-
cy 01 opinions araoninuac whii wnuui
I cod verse d, -aod as the result of my
own best reflections, I foresaw might
be onthankfully received by some
whom I have the honor to represent,
and perhaps, turned to my prejudice.
Writing, however, as I did, as the Rep.
resentative of a free people, but able to
judge, I determined not to be deterred
from attending to every portion of my
district, believing that there were some
-inH neighborhoods f ho would wish a
free interchaoge.of ideas, .mt'&.a.'iflew
to forming correct opinions. I did
rot, in addressing you, gentlemen, de.
ign or expect to prrvoke a controver
sy upon any of tlv great topics to
which I adverted. If my opinions aod
""Itatetnenta rmised you-lxinvrstigatf
for yourselves, and stimulated you to
tbe most rigid examination of the
grounds upon which 1 had rested them,
my object would be accomplished.
For the reply to my letters which you
were pleased to send me, 1 give you
my thanks. Although in that reply
,you j.jin issue with me upon every
opinion which J had uttered, yet the
decocu.ni. of your style in the expres
sion of your ihsaem'-rsliiiiinl)Ojrc'C9;
'urmiiog .;th.udiredTrom. me
in the mere spirit of ap7I6wcd'nTfirSU'
diction. True it is, that your bare de
nial of the justice of my views, did not
ahake my couviction of their propriety,
Vht I expressed in. relation to the
policy of this country on the Greek
Question, the South American Ques
tion, the Internal Improvement. Bill,
and the Tariff, I still cherish as the re-
roRD'a fitness for the Presidency, I
have nothing to retract. My letter to
you I humbly conceive will not bear
the constructon which some Editors
have been pleased to give it, respec
ting the Presidential Candidates. I
certainly meant nothing disrespectful
of them, much farther was it from me
to diffuse insidious misrepresentations
against any of them. My observations
were intended to apply to my concep
lB9liUbemDaScmeBt f thetraci rgedrat :ttk ; by - i Court Martiatj : ihd
tive friends, and to shew my decided
preference of Mr. Crawford.--
This I clearly had m right to exprooa.
Your obedient servant.
JOHN LONG, jun.
fta da Kalrlrft ''
- T, ,
C,r)or, or Judjo fcOarai, sn
enser in ,raiviu, w ..... ....
r-.Aor of Ilrtnois. He bad pnWus!y
betnA j'1 h Supreme Court of
KtnicV, and lately a senator irom nu-
.1 aV. A L a awaaai MSWlaiPhftKta
not 4 rm -
foribe Imperste aod correct manner in
.kUt k diacharrtd bis duties. Ilia
....... f . i ...
judicul'ptntons ate irtqucouf uuotou m
all the ourts b the country. His gen
eral ckrae'er, m judge end a ftobtkian,
ia Infaor to few, ai to abilur, an equal
to Ibaof any man in the community for
Its cetency and purity.
fitrsctofi letter from a member of
conrts to a gentleman in Albany.
Mhould the state olNcw-iera give
hervote (or Mr. Crawford, be cannot be
eloted, his fa'e is sealed. I regret it, for
be.s a vorthr mn, and but for the zeal
fni (rends, bad a prospect ol success
He la no tbe man of my choice, but per
aooallr I 'eel (riendlv to him. From pre-
rnt avpaarsnces. I think myself justified
in SJini Sir. Adams r Gen. Jackson
will be the niit nretident. Should there
be no chtict by tbe electoral colleges,
(anJ I thiik probable there will not be)
Hems. Alans, Jackaon aod Crawford
will, I tling, be the candidates from
which tbe tout of representauves will
hare to mie i selection. SbsuJd it so
happen, Ma Adams' election maybe con
Tha worCa'Kusi always improperly
spelt I: sbjuld not be Caueu but Catut,
after the el.t robber of that name, the
son of Vuiin and this it seen in the
similitude cf characters, and habits of the
two. Caculwas a noted roblxr, and per
turbator of tfk publi- peace -and to is Cau
cus CaeuVof men:t were all by niht,
and cnncealel br derp darknets and to
are thoe of Caucus Witness WashinR
ton snd Richfinnd. Cacus kept his abode
in a dark cat, into which ho drew back
wards by the tail, butU and tatvri. Cau
cu it found nl Xa ftw deep rlowra, otiw
drawt after him butt and tatvr: Cacus
laid hold an that which belongs to others,
without retard to rieht. And so does
Caucus. There It no doubt then, that tbe
orthography of tbe Utter is wrong.
htlnsr of shin of the line, two ff leads talned therein l sod as Ibire nolMnr par
and smaller toaselt, ire cruising cut thehicular to do it present, bating CnUhed
coatl against the Alfteriees. Tbe ibip f bort and rsturned from my
nd fritatcswert in sight of ibis place on flougb bsndlci to my evening Cre ilJc,
the Uiblmt." It bst taken up tbi idea to write you a
Tbe Sardinian vetaal Murrv. Mortes. f fct which re corroborated by Bailf
from Letbom to AleUri. with a carro of observation, and which petbsps msv not
aaval stores sod a diamond crown for the bare a bad euect, although written la my
i .... m . Mca
am not mucn
paper snd letters nart occo Z . 7. Vi r
...A iA iLa iiil. Thee contain se- world, i recouen i vi wr
I tVI V Wowwar - - . I
Gen. William Hull has commenced, in
the Boston newspapers, a aeries of Let
ters, entitled u Memoirs of the Campaign
of ;he Nortbweatem Army, in the year
1113." Of that Army, most of our read
ers will remember, and none, we presume,
are ignorant, Gen. Hull was the Com
mander. His Campaign was closed by
what was considered, at that time, a dis
grace ful surrender of the Post of Detroit,
by which his wkole Army became prison
ers of war. lie was himself carried pris
oner to Montreal, and, on being exchan-
f BOX TI DILAWABB WATCUA.
It appears to be the order of tbe day
at Washington, among the partisans of
Mr. Crawford, to insult and bully the Pre
sident of the United States. The Geor
gia delegation have addressed a letter to
hiroin which they sssume thebrdlv and
dictatorial style ot a master to his vassal ;
and the object of which it to compel him,
in violation of right and humanity, to
drive some unfortunate Indians from their
land which lie within the limits of Geor
gia. Mr. Walter Lowrie, a Senator from
Pennsylvania, having first divulged, and
as there is every rea&onlo telle ve,rntsre'
presented a confidential conversation with
the President, undertakes to menace him
with the disclosure of a private letter,
which, according to his own account of the
matter, woutd seem to have been stolen
from the President's files. In the Houte
of Representatives, too, we find the same
tone of insult, seasoned with nc small por
tion of scurrility,, maintained by the
friends of Mr. Crawford. The speeches
oftr. Floyd and Mr. Forsyth on theme'
moriaforMr.''awarari,'on Monday .last,
wooWURri days offi
. ' inVi:. ::rrfSriy"siTri
pany laiibuur. nil. 11119 t.iuiciicc, iiicw
coarse and vulgar ebullitions, indicate a
loseing game on the part of the actors in
the drama. Mr Monroe, who has bad a
better, opportunity than any other man in
;he nation bf knowing the fitness of Mr.
Crawford for the Presidency v does nbt, it
seems, consider him qualified for that
high office. Hence the pangs and tirocs
sentenced to be shot. Bf the clemency
of the executive, his forfeit was forgiven
him ; and now, after the lapse of twelve
years, he comes before the world in tbe
character of a historian of, that disas
trous campaign. The letter spromise to
be of great length, and we shall not pro
bably be able to copy them. They wilt
be republished, however, by many papers,
from the Boton Statesman and the Bos
ton Courier, in one or the other of which,
they originally appear. Ml. Intell.
- We understand that a person calling
hitoself Lou the ,17A of France, has
mad his appearance in this city. - The
facts he stated are historically true, hut
whether the circumstances In relation to
his ow life, ire correct or not, we are
not suRVientty acquainted with them to
much those of the Bourbon family, his
ge cor-esponds with what the Dauphin's
would hive been, and several incidents
he mentiejs of bis earlv life, serve to ren
der his tab at least plausible. He states, ,
we undertand, that he was carried off
from the ttwet of the 'temple in great set1
crecy, brought up anion the Alps, and.
afterwards sent to the Island of Cuba,
where he leaded the trade of a carpen
ter, and wher he has been till he camo
to th tr couwfyv - He reifind4o ,ho w
certain markspn his head, which he aays
will at once recoenise, and to this la
he has written.rthrough i ; gentleman of
Washington, stating the circumstances
and events of his life. Aftei this brief
statement, e leave it to our readers to
J J ! t l AMnM kk M.M
aciermine, wncuicr mn piavni uo
comfiot. an impostor, or a legitimate Dour
boa. .e;la Journal.
Dey, bat bees captured aod carried into ikwerd wd clumsy nyle.
. Tar Jlona paper, end letter, have been long.r defined fc iMt -
amnesty. 1 ne prtesu, H n aaio, are i-'7"-'r 7"" r
stimulating tbopesssntry to mamcre tbe I. a fact , Mr. Uo r, tojnM day I.
eonstltutlonsllstr Tbe French author!- mora fraught with tlce ind folly than any
tie. had forbidden tha entrance Into Bar- other within roy recol ectloo. Tbera
celona, of tbe member, of the Criminal -a. a Urn. when haugbtiaes. and vanity
Tribanal established by tha Baron d'Er- were itrangen In these pert.i bufnow,
oles, at tbe Seu dUrgel. ! $ b.f itole upon th. people,
Utters from Vittoria, dated March 1 4, and with them, have brought a lamenta
opon tbe authority of which we can rely, ble change Jn or country. There was
statei that at Lognmo ind Ochandlaoo a lime, and not far distant, when our
very wriou. disturbance, bave arisen be- daughter, could spin and weave their
tween tbotroopaend tbi Spanish peas- garments, knit tbelr father istocklog, snd
snts-tbe IstterUing stimulated to ei- "end to culinary anaiwi out now ikoso
cesses by the priests. Several were kill- days are past! and the hour, therein-
ed and wounded. PT0 " I ""ws .tupo0ns,
A privste letter from MadHd, dated are now tpenua long .no udvckqim ivis
u w ii .k.i ik. p.lffn Mini- its. dancing ptrties, card playing, talking
ters retident in tbst c.pital had strongly about neighbor D i s new gipsey, Mits C
remonstrated with Ferdinand upon hit fine plaid silk, gold necklsces and lockets,
delay of the amnesty. Tbe Marquis of wisning ior ...r. ...,.7 .ar,
Campo Saogrado had left lor Barcelona, to arrive with his late fashionsble stock
and was the bearer, it is said, of a repri oL goods, to supple them with silks, a-
mand for tha Baron d'Eroles, upon the lino, crapes, Leghorn hats, c. And
irouod of bis having refused to diaband there wa. alto a ume, r Mor, wnen
bis army, and refoitnif to repair to Ma- Utile girls of the age of 14 and I J could
drid when he received tbe order, of Gov learn their book, at kmoi. ana maae ve
ernment to that effect. ry good scholars but, indeed, I am sorry
A par.gr.ph from Ode,.., dated Feb- ar n T J "
".r , I inr nn. era the arrive .t I., tnev think
ruary 3J, suies, that letters irom on- ; ' - . , . .
tantinopla confirm what h.d been .a- themselves young w omen ; .n d ins e dof
nounced, concerning tbe illness of Said, converting on literature, their whole top
Effendi, tbe delays M. de Mlnziacky bsd i bou he be,ux
met with In his oeeociatlons, and tbe re- Permit me to state another detestable
proacbes which tbe Grand Vitier bad ad tce or which there is a class oi ine com.
dressed to Lord Strangford rejecting the munity guilty i it is a kind of haughunets
assisunce tbe Greeks received from Eng- that causes them to have and utter con
land. People are now anxious to know tempt .nd abhorrence for the industrious;
hew Said. Effendi will receive M. de and if a man is a mechsnic, aitnougn ne
MinxUky, whose conciliating character may be one of the most respectable per
is well known In Constantinople. Saida sons in tbe neighborhood, be is not Took-
Effendi, is a conning and .well informed ed upon, io tbe eyes of that class or peo
Turk; It is pottible that he msy con- pie, .. worthy of society i they view him,
trive some pretence for granting the eve- to use their own language, as M not of the
cuation of the principalities of Moldavia first class j- and, in tbelr own estimation,
and Watlachia, which the Porte bad re- think themselves far superior. New Mr.
r.ied to the Internuncio of Austria, in Editor, do you not think with me, that
KSe omstftat rt filth VAwaaMkAk f ft 1 ft- fa naaaTaW eX ealeftaU
f kiiuN ktci suited
St. IIVIW "0 V V II ilVVVIHUV't ' - IS, - - 14
even sfnrnied that Saida Effendi must for transatlantics, than Americans f that
bave declared to Lord Strangford, some they should be held io the Lion's gratp,
time ago, that he considered the evacua-1 rather than te recunco unuer me cooung
lion of these prioripalities a. a satisfac
tion due to Russia."
We have been favoured with the peru
sal of a printed letter, dated Nuremberg,
March 19, which contains favourable in
telligence for the Greek cause. It ap
pears that Ismael Pacha had marched
against OmerVrione,and completely de
feated htm, so that he is now master of the c4 ,, Professor Oimstrp, of
two bank, or the Upper Aspropwemo, the University of North Carolina, has as
shades of tbe Eagles' wide spreading
Thus far have I intruded on your pa
tience; and Is I have been laboring all
dav, I feel fatigued, and will bid you adieu.
- AM OLD MAR.
Vet, yea...iith all my heart, yea. asms.
ccrt.ined that a fine illuminating gat
may be obtained from cotton seed. The
produce of gas from a bushel of seed, it -more
than double the average product of
the same quantity of New Castle Coal,
and greatly exceeds that in illuminating
where he communicates with the Greek
General Longos, who had been sent by
Prince Maurocordsto with reinforce
ments for Ren'ina, whilst a Greek corps
and reserve has been established near
Zapmdi.upon the road to Prevesa, which
umernaa strongly garrisoned, in order oer. It nartaket of the nuritv and
panto, w-hrclf the Tfirli fiTve mucn a! iUnce, inIeed thil Med l known v,
heart. An Ottoman corps, which marched tbound.
from Thessaly in the beginning of Feb- Xhe exprlment lre.dy m.de indue.
r..y, .r Acmy, ..,., u,aui tbe belief that among all substancea hith
by the Greeks, and entirely cut to pieces. erto ,ried for iHumiDauon, this article
The artillery, horses, baggage, fcc, fell wl found the moit eligible, especi
into the hands of the conquerors. tjIy foP our l0Uthern cities, where cotton
Tbe negociation. for the surrender of Kti ctn ba obuined a Ter. trifling ex
Patrss are broken off by the Turkish gar- p:nse . and he ide, ,ugjested that this
nson, which has .till provision for sev- artice mar poibly become of consider
er.I months. ,ble value for exportation. Tha v
A steam packet, built on Annesly and quintity 0f Ie.d .mounting to many mil
Lowerby s patent, ran on the 3 1 st of Jan- Uons of mndy that are annually accumu
uary, between Hull and Selby, no less ated in our cotton districts, forming a pile
than one. hundred and sixty five miles in ,,most ,nd ,ometimes noxious,
twelvehoursl This is, at the rate of al- woud U h .ford materials for
uiu.1 u, iCCU ..our. . illuminating every city in the U. state.
Sir George Ralph Collier, K. C. B., a j, U expecied that Mr. Olmsted will
Captain in the Royal Navy, put an end to ,i,nP,l rMr K5. VrnM-imenti and
i.:. i:r- .u. 0..1. -r i L u r
a,.u M. u7 wiwi"K KienUGc results on this subject tf
ins uiaiiia uui wiiii a pisiui, wim.ll lie
&0 ly.A 1 n m mnm.nt r f fpen... in .ntta..
r . .s j I Letters from rommndnre PoaTIB to
uueiito w-auiuoacvcrcnurea pattea . " :. , . " , , . ,y.
on his official conduct in JameV NaTal theecret.ry tbavydattdjt :
History." He was a son of Admiral Col- sna the 1,8th and Thomson s Islanc the
Her, and had for some time been labour- ISth inst, recapitulate the placet which,
ing under occasional fits of ment.l irrita- ,n lhl8 cJwie h ,haJ touched; tate that
tion. I The stricture, in Jame.' History, """"I!" naa iouhu ....-,
Uuded to, is the account which is there bad seen evidence, that they had been at
give.. - -e "-.-: - L toTil-f1 fflh16 fMeCJplce of rendei-
frtgate Cons, tmion, ana me prizes, no . to6k rteltef alnong we.
Cyane and Levant, from the Bnnih Co,orado; RU, and that he should '
TLSfS'SS: bi. barge, and boat.'in pursuit of hr-
atPortef;Pf.y.Hslandof bt. J,go, during ? South side offo-
tbe late war. The attack censures Capt. J";" ,LyBiracv'-wl
mtmll 11 Sn? nVe, X The Sish
. r.--..-A...-,. ...... ion? nrevaiicu
bei upon the Amenc.nomCea.JwB;
-4krfcihMiiitt.'iieiiibll. of I rt'
The juice of a common strawberry, Brhu) forcef tt thc Isle 0f Fine., ba J
without any previous preparation what- have n informed, caused a dispr10;.
ever, dinolves the tartareous encrusta- Qf lne gang. Nothing but the presence
tion. on the teeth, and makes thc breath strong and active farce can keeft" '
iwcet and agreeable. ia order." . .